“I think we have a good car that can win tomorrow,” said Chase Briscoe confident of winning the race as he secured pole for the Enjoy Illinois 300

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Hunt Briscoe

Hunt Briscoe driving the #14 Ford Mustang Stewart-Haas race as full time NASCAR Cup Series driver and as a part-time competitor in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Driving the Ford Mustang #08 for SS green light race won the pole first in qualifying World Wide Technology Raceway and will start before the pack in the Enjoy Illinois 300 This is the first time the national event has been held at the track, leaving the racers and teams both excited and terrified at how things will pan out on race day.

The Cup Series race is the first-ever event at this dedicated track to feature only the Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series The races were held before and on Friday 3rd JuneapproxNASCAR legend Richard Petti opened the Enjoy Illinois 300 Practice Event, which lasted an hour to give the riders extra practice time as it is also a new track for the Next generation car who has also never been to this demanding circuit and both teams and drivers will learn a lot about the circuit once they have driven it.

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“Doing it at an inaugural event is even cooler,” says Chase Briscoe as he takes pole at WWTR

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Chase Briscoe’s #14 Mustang at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Chase Briscoe was awarded pole position for the Enjoy Illinois 300 after setting the fastest lap and passing all post-qualification inspections. He lives just a few hours from his hometown and is really looking forward to putting on a good show for his family and family. He is also excited about his first career pole position which is very special for him.

“Outside of Indianapolis, this is definitely the circuit closest to my hometown. It’s only three or four hours. I have a lot of people here so I’m hoping to put on a show tomorrow. Yeah, I mean it’s cool to be on the pole, isn’t it? I say it all the time, to be able to say you’re a Cup Series winner and now a pole winner is really special. said Chase Briscoe.

Chase Briscoe added that there is a lot more to putting in a performance like this at an inaugural event and what matters to him is the actual race, he feels like he didn’t drive well this year and with a car that was fast enough to make it to the top, he hopes to win the race as well.

“Doing it at a launch event is even cooler. That’s what pays the points and what you came here to race, not qualify for. Qualifying is just the icing on the cake. I think we have a good car capable of winning tomorrow, which is something I haven’t done well enough as a driver this year. Hopefully we can put everything together tomorrow.” concluded Chase Briscoe.

With a pole position for the Enjoy Illinois 300 and a 13thth 1st overall, a win at this distance will do Chase Briscoe a lot of good.

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https://firstsportz.com/nascar-news-i-think-we-have-a-good-car-that-is-capable-of-winning-tomorrow-chase-briscoe-confident-about-winning-the-race-as-he-acquires-pole-for-the-enjoy-illinois-300/ “I think we have a good car that can win tomorrow,” said Chase Briscoe confident of winning the race as he secured pole for the Enjoy Illinois 300

Subhankar Mondal

Subhankar Mondal is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Subhankar Mondal joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: subhankarmondal@24ssports.com.

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