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2014 Phoenix: James Buescher NASCAR Nationwide Race Preview
Posted by: newsla on Feb 26, 2014 - 06:56 AM
2014 Phoenix: James Buescher NASCAR Nationwide Race Preview

· Buescher in 2013

o Buescher made seven starts with Roush Fenway Racing finishing 34th in NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) points

o His best start was eighth at Michigan with an average series start of 14.4

o His best finish was seventh which he accomplished twice, once at Bristol and Michigan


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· Buescher at Phoenix International Raceway

o 2014 will mark Buescher’s first start at the 1 mile track

o Buescher has 6 NNS starts on tracks that measure between 1-2 miles with an average start of 16.5 and average finish of 18.8

· The Car

o Chassis RK-809 is a new chassis

· EcoBoost

o For 2014, EcoBoost will be available on more than 90% of the FORD nameplates, rising to 95% by 2015.

o EcoBoost technology combines smaller overall size with turbocharging, direct injection and variable valve timing for outstanding performance and fuel economy.

o Better fuel efficiency and lower fuel bills are the top reasons for EcoBoost engines.

Chris Buescher on Phoenix:
“I am looking forward to a fresh start in Phoenix and am ready to get the season started. The only work that I have done in Phoenix was holding a pit sign for Ryan Reed, so there will be a big learning curve here. We should have plenty of time on the track to learn about it and get going.”

Scott Graves on Phoenix:
“Phoenix is a tough track, you have to keep momentum up for a good lap, but the groove is very narrow as well so it is easy to get in trouble. We will focus on getting Chris familiar with the track and running a lot of laps in practice to make sure he has a lot of confidence to start the race.”

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