NASCAR Real Time: NASCAR Xfinity Series Superlative Award Recipents

The liveriesd for the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series have been released. Here are liveries associated with awards by Driver

Seriws ChampionL #98 Chase Briscoe/Stewart-Haas Racing

Chase Briscoe will have a breakout season this year. After Bell, Custer, and Reddick advanced into the NASCAR Cup Series, there is a void left at Richard Childress Racing and at Joe Gibbs Racing, two of three of his closest competition in 2018, in particular. The paimy scheme looks outstanding as well. Happy to see a new sponsor in the Series.

Most Valuable Driver: 7-Justin Allgaier/JR Motorsports

Image of Justin Allgaier’s #7 Klondike (new) Livery/JR Motorsports
By: Jayski.com

This scheme looks outstanding! Does anyone else get hungry after looking at this scheme? Justin Alllgaier should be the Most Valuable Driver because he is the most accomplished Driver at JR Motorsports, and this team will have a breakout seaon collectively.

Standout Driver Of The Year: Noah Gragson

It is crucial for Gragson to have a standout season in 2020 beacause Tyler Ankrum may be ready to replace him and more importantly, the #48 might well be up for his taking.

Most Popular Driver: #10-Ross Chastain/Kaulig Racing

Image of Chastain’s #10 Nutrien Chevrolet Camaro/Kaulig Racing
By: Jayski.com

Ross Chastain is back in the NASCAR Xfinity and with a sneaky consistent team. Aftrr tresearching Justin Haley’s statistics from his Rookie Season, he finished inside the Top-10 in approximately 60 percent of races. With Ross as a teammate, he will surely contend for Standout Driver of the Year. Chastain will handily win the Most Popular Driver Award.

Rising Star Award: Myatt Snider

Snider willl be rotating between this team car and the #21 TaxSlayer Chevrolet Camaro for RCR

Snider
Image of Myatt Snider’s #21 TaxSlayer.com Chevrolet Camaro/Richard Childress Racing

Snider will win the Rising Star Award, which is an award given to Rookies who compete full-time for multiple teams. He could possibly win the Rookie Of The Year as well.

Published by Michael Salvagni

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