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  • In the 2019 race, only 9 drivers have finished the race, including Ross Chastain who finished his career-best 3rd place.NextEra Energy 250-Wikipedia
  • At Dover, Ross Chastain made his Cup Series debut, where he finished 20th which is the team's best non-super-speedway finish.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • However, Premium removed Sorenson from the 15 for Dover, replacing him with Ross Chastain.Reed Sorenson-Wikipedia
  • At Watkins Glen International in August, Ross Chastain sent Allgaier spinning off track in the bus stop section of the circuit.Justin Allgaier-Wikipedia
  • Moffitt won his first race with GMS at Iowa after Ross Chastain was disqualified when his truck failed the post-race inspection.GMS Racing-Wikipedia
  • 4 as usual driver Ross Chastain is with Kaulig Racing for the event.Landon Cassill-Wikipedia
  • 08, and was driven by Florida native Ross Chastain in 2012.SS-Green Light Racing-Wikipedia
  • He finished 2nd at Homestead to Austin Hill and 2 spots ahead of Ross Chastain to claim his 3rd career Truck Series Championship.Matt Crafton-Wikipedia
  • Ross Chastain was the fastest in the first practice session with a time of 38.724 seconds and a speed of 185.931 mph.2019 Corrigan Oil 200-Wikipedia
  • Ross Chastain would dominate most of the race, leading 116 laps.2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series-Wikipedia
  • 15 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 full-time for Ross Chastain, Garrett Smithley, Quin Houff, and Joe Nemechek and the No.Premium Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Ross Chastain returned to HRE to attempt to qualify at Michigan, but failed to qualify.Hattori Racing Enterprises-Wikipedia
  • 27 Camaro part-time for Reed Sorenson, Ross Chastain, Quin Houff, Joe Nemechek and Ryan SiegPremium Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Ross Chastain scored the pole for the race with a time of 29.007 and a speed of 169.531 mph.2018 Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200-Wikipedia
  • Ross Chastain finished 3rd in the rookie battle, while John Wes Townley, despite missing Daytona, had two top-10s.2012 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series-Wikipedia
  • Trekking out to the Phoenix International Raceway, it would be an all-night duel between young drivers Erik Jones and Ross Chastain.2013 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series-Wikipedia
  • For 2015, Ross Chastain drove the No.JD Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Despite also concluding 2019 without winning a race, Crafton made his 2nd-ever Championship 4 appearance and beat out Ross Chastain by 2 spots by to claim his 3rd career Truck Series Championship.ThorSport Racing-Wikipedia
  • Ross Chastain ran 3 races (Bristol, Texas 2 and Homestead-Miami) with the best finish of 12th at Bristol.Niece Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • 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.Brett Moffitt-Wikipedia
  • 4 Camaro full-time for Scott Lagasse Jr. and Ross Chastain, and the No.JD Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Ross Chastain had been hired to drive the No.Chip Ganassi Racing (NASCAR)-Wikipedia
  • On June 27, 2019, Kaulig announced Ross Chastain would drive a third car, the No.Kaulig Racing-Wikipedia
  • On November 8, 2013, Jones became the youngest driver ever to win in the history of NASCAR's top-level competition to that time, winning the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix International Raceway over Ross Chastain at the age of 17 years, five months and eight days.Erik Jones-Wikipedia
  • 19 truck, the races shared by Ross Chastain (14), Keselowski (4), Joey Logano (3), and Ryan Blaney (1).Brad Keselowski Racing-Wikipedia
  • Unfortunately, he was caught up in a multi car crash late when he got turned while leading by the lap car of Ross Chastain following a crash between the lapped cars of Ryan Reed and Brennan Poole which collected Bell and Chastain.Christopher Bell (racing driver)-Wikipedia
  • 16 Camaro part-time for Ross Chastain.Kaulig Racing-Wikipedia
  • 45 Silverado full-time for Ross Chastain and Kyle Benjamin.Niece Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • 38 Chevrolet Silverado part-time for T. J. Bell and Ross Chastain, the No.Niece Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • After that race, Hattori was quoted as saying "we have decided that we need to focus more on our Nationwide Series program,”. Sauter would pilot Hattori's Toyota for two more races, finishing 16th at Charlotte Motor Speedway and 15th at the Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona. Starting at Michigan, Ross Chastain piloted the car for four races, turning in a best finish of tenth at Kentucky Speedway. Alex Bowman ran one race for Hattori, at Dover International Speedway.Hattori Racing Enterprises-Wikipedia

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