Kaden Honeycutt on Saturday’s Race at Bristol Motor Speedway: “I’ve been looking forward to getting back on track with this Niece Motorsports group,” said Honeycutt. “We had a great run in Atlanta, and I’m ready to build on that this weekend. I really enjoy short track racing, and have some experience at Bristol in a truck that should help me.”

By The Numbers: Saturday’s race marks Honeycutt’s 22nd NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series start, and his third at Bristol Motor Speedway.

On the Truck: Honeycutt’s No. 45 Chevrolet Silverado will race with support from Chevy Accessories. Visit chevy.com/accessories to browse the latest accessories to personalize and enhance your vehicle.

Recapping the Last Race: In his first Truck Series start of the season, Connor Mosack and the No 45 team qualified the Chevy Accessories 19th for Friday night’s race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Mosack and team ran a clean race, battling for position inside the top-20 for much of the race, ultimately ending the night in 19th-place.

Mosack on Last Race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway: “Definitely a lot of learning for me,” said Mosack. “I feel like at the beginning of the race I was a little too conservative with the truck, wanting to get comfortable with it. The truck started to get tight and didn’t realize how tight we were until we got later on in the run. We got it freed up later in the race and our speed was where it needed to be. I think there’s some things I can do to help that so I can be better for the next one. Thanks to Niece and Phil [Gould] for bringing a great truck and we’ll be ready for the next one.”

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