The Indiana One Lap Team stand with their First and Second Place Trophies in the Alternate Fuel Class.
Front Row L-R Assembly Assistant General Manager Todd McConnell, Engineering Co-op Grace Cox, Plastics Engineer Patricia Pastrana, and Quality Engineer Luis Marroquin
Back Row L-R Quality Engineer Andy Grayson, Engineering Assistant Manager James Nichols, and Quality Engineer Kelly Esser
The West Virginia One Lap team (left to right) Team Leader, Chris Furby, Quality Team Member, Brian Jacobs, Quality Control Team Member Mark Wageman and Engineering Assistant Manager Dale Henry, pose with their car and their Economy Class Third Place Trophy.
In his first-ever NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Friday, Spencer Davis wheeled his No. 51 Tundra to a seventh-place finish with Kyle Busch Motorsports.
Leavine Family Racing owner Bob Leavine (left), Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt DiBenedetto (center) and Toyota Racing Development President David Wilson (right) announce Leavine Family Racing will field Toyota Camrys in 2019.
Leavine Family Racing owner Bob Leavine (left), Toyota Racing Development President David Wilson (center) and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Matt DiBenedetto (right) pose with the No. 95 Camry.
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