Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 10/19/14
Team: No. 6 Cargill Ford Mustang Crew Chief: Mike Kelley Chassis: RK-782 – New Chassis Bayne in Ft. Worth, TX: Previous Nationwide races: Nov. 2011 – started 10th, finished 1st Apr. 2011 – started 6th, finished 13th Nov. 2010 – started 14th, finished 12th Apr. 2010 – started 14th, finished 14th Nov. 2009 – started 11th, finished 13th Trevor Bayne earned his first career NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) win at Texas Motor Speedway (TMS). In five starts, Bayne holds an average running position of seventh and also ranks second in the number of quality passes (green-flag passes while in the top-15). Local Connections: No.6 Plate Assistant Kenny Deguisto hails from Garland, TX – a Dallas suburb less than an hour drive from TMS. Shock Specialist EC Nichols is from Woodland, TX – a Houston suburb nearly four hours from Fort Worth. Career stats (NNS & NSCS): 126 starts, 2 wins, 15 top fives, 36 top tens, 6 poles, 378 laps led Trevor Bayne on Racing at Texas: “I love Texas. Somehow we’ve always been fast there and it seems like big things happen there every time. In 2010, I got my first Cup start there. In 2011, we got our first Nationwide win. I’d love to be able to go back and get a Nationwide win there again. I love rockin’ that cowboy hat in Victory Lane.” Bayne on getting back to the track after two weeks off: “It was a good reset button for us to be able to go test at Kansas and learn some things that hopefully we can take to Texas. We were fast in Las Vegas, and that’s kind of our Texas setup, so hopefully we can go out and lead laps and try to win a race here soon. I think we need a win to give us that kick in the butt to move us up in the standings and get us rolling for the rest of the season.”
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