Spencer Boyd’s Upcoming Lone Star Trek
This will be Spencer’s first visit to Texas Motor Speedway and the new track configuration. Boyd remarked on going to another new track, “I’ve heard Texas is kind of like Charlotte, but I’ve learned in my short career that each track has its own unique characteristics. I’ll approach it with respect, listen to my crew chief, and learn it as quickly as possible. This race is also my last scheduled race of the year so I’ll be soaking it all in.” Boyd will drive full-time next season for SS Green Light Racing in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition with the No. 76 Grunt Style Chevrolet Camaro.
There will be some familiar names on the No. 07 at Texas. Excessive Carts of Prosper, TX is a major associate for this weekend. As the official golf cart sponsor of Spencer Boyd Racing, fans usually see Spencer riding around in the campground, but they’ll see the custom cart maker’s logo on the car at their home track too. 1-800 Popcorn, an associate sponsor from the Daytona 500 weekend, will also rejoin the team in the Lone Star State. Zak Products will be riding along as usual, but as this is also home for them, the race has a bit more emphasis. Joining for the first time, and opening weekend for hunters in Texas will be Ground Bound Calls, a custom handmade duck call maker. Many thanks and much appreciation go to all of our sponsors for making it all possible.
The O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 from Texas Motor Speedway can be seen live on Saturday, November 3rd on NBCSN. Race coverage will begin at 8:30 p.m. EDT, and the event can also be heard live on PRN Radio as well as SiriusXM Radio, channel 90.
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