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American professional racing driver and television commentator, working as an analyst for IMSA on NBC and NASCAR America. He also competes in the NASCAR Xfinity and Cup Series for Kaulig Racing, driving the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro on a full-time basis in the former and part-time in the latter. Wikipedia
Sentences forRoss Chastain
- Allmendinger formally moved to the No. 16, Kaulig's part-time third car, for 2020 because the No. 10 was taken over full-time by Ross Chastain.
- Allmendinger was leading going into the final corner of the August Daytona oval race but wrecked after contact with his Kaulig teammate Ross Chastain.
- McDonald's continued working with the No. 42 under new driver Ross Chastain in 2021 and also joined Wallace's new team 23XI Racing as a "founding partner".
- At Dover, Ross Chastain made his Cup Series debut, where he finished 20th which is the team's best non-super-speedway finish.
- On September 21, Chip Ganassi Racing announced that Ross Chastain would replace Kenseth in 2021.
- However, Premium removed Sorenson from the 15 for Dover, replacing him with Ross Chastain.
- At Watkins Glen International in August, Ross Chastain sent Allgaier spinning off track in the bus stop section of the circuit.
- Ross Chastain replaced Newman in the No. 6 starting with the Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas.
- In April 2019, Cassill returned to JD Motorsports for the Talladega Xfinity race, driving the No. 4 as usual driver Ross Chastain was with Kaulig Racing for the event.
- The truck number was changed back to the No. 08, and was driven by Florida native Ross Chastain in 2012.
- He finished 26th at the Daytona 500 due to a collision with Ross Chastain.
- He finished 2nd at Homestead to Austin Hill and 2 spots ahead of Ross Chastain to claim his 3rd career Truck Series Championship.
- Ross Chastain had been hired to drive the No. 42 full-time for 2019 at the time of the shutdown announcement, and remains "tied to us" according to a team statement.
- Despite also concluding 2019 without winning a race, Crafton made his third-ever Championship 4 appearance and beat out Ross Chastain by two spots to claim his third career Truck Series Championship.
- Ross Chastain would dominate most of the race, leading 116 laps.
- He finished second in the 2019 Daytona July race to Kaulig teammate Ross Chastain.
- Spire and Chip Ganassi Racing rekindled their partnership in 2020, fielding the No. 77 for Ross Chastain at the Daytona 500 and Coca-Cola 600.
- Despite not leading a lap and finishing second in June's 2019 M&M's 200 at Iowa, Moffitt was declared the winner after unofficial winner Ross Chastain's truck failed post race inspection, thus making Moffitt the declared winner.
- Ross Chastain returned to HRE to attempt to qualify at Michigan, but failed to qualify.
- Hill made the most NASCAR national series (Cup, Xfinity and Truck) starts of any driver in 2020, with a total of 75 races (all 36 in Cup, 29 of 33 in Xfinity, and 10 of 23 in Truck), ranking third all-time behind Kyle Busch (who accomplished this four years) and 2018 and 2019 holder Ross Chastain.
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