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Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Chase Briscoe
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Stewart Haas Racing and Biagi-DenBeste Racing have decided to take this team from part-time to full-time in 2019. This team's successes in part-time competition are well documented. Aric Almirola, Kevin Harvick and Briscoe have taken this team to victory lane four times in the last three seasons. After last year's two wins and four Top-5 finishes in 12 starts it was decided to bring in Briscoe and go full-time. Briscoe made 17 starts last season between this team and the No. 60 of Roush Fenway Racing. It was his first foray into the Xfinity Series. The 24-year-old driver still has a lot to learn, but it's clear that he has exceptional talent. This team's success in part-time racing teases the possibilities of a full 33-race slate with this up-and-coming driver.
With the closure of Brad Keselowski's truck series operation, Briscoe and Cindric became two very good young drivers in search of a ride. Roush Fenway Racing stepped in and revived their No. 60 team in an opportunistic situation. This team was named Ford's development driver team, and the two truck series aces will head up the effort. Majeski is a 23-year-old product of kart racing and late model stocks. He made three starts for this team in 2017, and collected a Top-10 finish in the season finale at Homestead. The driver distribution for this team has yet to be announced, but we can only imagine it will be a heavy dose of Cindric and Briscoe, followed by a lesser dose of Majeski. This team should be pretty competitive given the talent behind the wheel.
Briscoe was named a Ford development driver and named to the No. 29 BKR Ford truck in mid-January. He'll replace the departed Tyler Reddick in the driver's seat of the team's truck. Briscoe got a taste of success last year as he piloted Cunningham Motorsports' No. 77 Ford to six victories and a championship in the ARCA Series. The 22-year-old driver from Indiana has never raced a competitive lap in a Camping World Truck Series truck. However, it's abundantly clear that he has the gift of wheeling a stock car around an oval. Briscoe will not only take over a strong team, but he'll be paired with one of the veteran crew chiefs in this garage area. Mike Hillman Jr. will be calling the shots from atop the team's war wagon. If the variables fall into the right slots, Briscoe could push this team into the Top 5 of the driver rankings.
Signed with Brad Keselowski Racing and Ford Performance in January 2017 as a development driver and competitor in the Camping World Truck Series.
More Fantasy News
HighPoint, a leading customer service and technology solutions company, has partnered with Stewart-Haas Racing to become the team's official IT solutions provider and a primary sponsor of its No. 98 NASCAR Xfinity Series entry with driver Briscoe, Stewart Haas Racing PR reports.
Returning to Stewart Haas Racing
Rumored Returning to SHR
Named Xfinity Series Rookie of the Year
Briscoe was awarded the 2019 Xfinity Series Rookie of the Year honors after claiming the award by 49 points over John Hunter Nemechek
Third in Ford EcoBoost 300
Briscoe finished third in the Ford EcoBoost 300 Xfinity Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway Saturday.