Purdy running for rebound in Kansas

Searching for a recovery… Chase Purdy returns to Kansas Speedway for the fourth time in his career in search of a throwback. The driver of the #61 BAMA Buggies Toyota Tundra TRD Pro is eager to deliver a resilient performance Saturday night after being crashed in last weekend’s crash at Darlington Raceway. Kansas’s spacious, spacious 1.5-mile layout could be the perfect antidote for Purdy as he earned two top-15 finishes in three previous starts.

lift bar… In his six starts this season, Purdy has scored the best track finishes in his half. The culmination of her career in Kansas, Miss Meridian, was 10 yearsy– 1st place in race 2 of the double race in July 2020. Given Purdy’s track record of running at the best performance of his career this year, sprinting back to the top for best result on the track would earn him the best young season finish.

Greetings from Human Rights Education… Both HRE’s 16th and 61st teams will learn about military veterans close to team members during the NASCAR Salutes campaign this May. Purdy will carry Paul Baker aboard the right-hand door in Kansas Saturday night, a close family friend and mentor to Andrew Dale, the 61st Purdy tire specialist. Baker’s first job post was in Iwakuni, Japan when he joined the Marines in 1980. In 1997, he was Baker is the test team leader on the V22 Osprey based in Pax River, Maryland. He retired from the rank of Staff Sergeant in 2000.

Chassis selection… Crew chief Matt Lucas and the BAMA Buggies team prepared the number 018 chassis for Saturday’s 200-mile race in Kansas. Purdy recently drove this chassis to 14yFinish the race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in March.

adjust… All activities on the track will be performed live on FOX Sports 1 on Saturday in Kansas, beginning with practice and qualifying at Noon ET, followed by the Green Flag at 8:00 p.m. ET. Stay in touch with the 61st BAMA Buggies Team by following @Hattori_Racing on Twitter, hattoriracing on Instagram, and Hattori Racing Enterprises on Facebook.

Purdy chase quote:

On his fourth start at Kansas Speedway:

“Kansas looks like a typical 1.5-mile trail, but it has developed a lot of character. There are many options of lanes to run with progressive banking, so you have a few things you can try to change the way you drive your truck. We offer the same BAMA Buggies Toyota Tundra TRD Pro that We finished it 15th in Las Vegas even after we got some damage so I have great confidence in Matt (Lucas) and the guys we’re going to have some raw speed this weekend.We’ve had a lot of races where we’ve been fast, but we want to keep moving up up our game and get our first top 10 races this weekend.”

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