Harrison Burton and the No. 21 DEX Imaging team are headed to Richmond Raceway for Sunday’s 400-lapper motivated to both honor the memory of a long-time Wood Brothers crew member and get their season back on track.

“It’s a sad week for the Wood Brothers family with the passing of long-time employee Jabo Fulp,” crew chief Jeremy Bullins said. “He would always tell me he was doing ‘whatever they want me to do.’

“It’s a shame more people don’t have his work ethic.”

William “Jabo” Fulp, who worked for the Wood Brothers team for more than 25 years and also owned a successful towing and recovery business, died Monday after an extended illness. The DEX Imaging Mustang will carry a memorial decal this weekend at Richmond.

Bullins said that as he and the DEX Imaging team head to Richmond they are prepared to be like Fulp and do whatever is needed to get Burton and the No. 21 Mustang Dark Horse back toward the front of the field.

“Obviously it hasn’t been the start to the season we were hoping for, and we really need to put some points on the board,” Bullins said. “When I look at the next couple of weeks with Richmond and Martinsville, those are tracks where I know Harrison can run well, and we look forward to making it happen.”

Practice at Richmond is set for Saturday at 10:35 a.m. Eastern Time to be followed by qualifying at 11:15.

Sunday’s 300-mile Toyota Owners 400 on the ¾-mile oval is set to get the green flag just after 7 p.m. with Stage breaks at Laps 70 and 230 of 400.

FOX Sports 1 will carry the TV coverage of practice and qualifying with the coverage switching to FOX for Sunday’s race.