Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 9/1/14
Team: No. 6 Cargill Ford Mustang Crew Chief: Mike Kelley Chassis: RK-763 – Ran three times in 2012, taking one win and two top-five finishes Bayne in Fontana: Previous Nationwide races: 2012 – started 9th, finished 14th 2011 – started 9th, finished 6th 2010 – started 20th, finished 11th 2010 – started 10th, finished 11th 2009 – started 11th, finished 19th Average running position is in the top 10 Second fastest driver late in a run (last 25% of laps run since a pit) Second best Quality passer (passing a top 15 car while under green) The Car: RK-763 – Finished first in Chicago in September, Second in Chicago in July, and fourth in Texas. Crew Chief Mike Kelley says the chassis has been updated for this season and he expects the car to, “keep its batting average high.” Local Connections: Crew member Larry Lally is from Westchester Calif., a Los Angeles neighborhood about an hour’s drive west of Fontana. Roush Fenway Racing in the Royal Purple 300: 2012 – The No.6 team started 10th and went on to finish second with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. behind the wheel. Career stats (NNS & NSCS): 125 starts, 2 wins, 15 top fives, 35 top tens, 6 poles, 378 laps led Bayne on Racing at Fontana: “It’s always exciting to head out to California to race. The track at Fontana has a lot of seams in it, so it’ll be important to find the best lines during practice.” Bayne on gaining momentum before the break: “It’s great to have momentum after bringing a fast car to Daytona, then having two top-five finishes early in the season. We’ve done well, but we need a good finish at Fontana. That’s important going into the off weeks to carry that momentum through to the long stretch ahead.”
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