DGR NASCAR Tenting World Truck Collection Race Advance: Bristol Dust


Hailie Deegan, No. 1 Monster Energy F-150

  • Deegan will start the season of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in the Monster Energy Ford F-150 No. 1 for the fifth time in the Dirt Race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway on Saturday evening. The rookie driver will take part in a qualifying race to to determine their launch site.
  • Deegan has four starts in Bristol. An ARCA series started in September 2020 where it took sixth place. Two K & N East Series will start in 2019 with a best ninth place and one in 2018 with a 22nd place.
  • Deegan has made three starts on a dirt track in a stock car – two in the K&N Pro Series West on the Las Vegas Dirt Track, which included a win and a pole award. She has a start in the ARCA Menards Series on the Springfield Dirt Mile in Illinois.
  • Last weekend, Deegan started 28th at Atlanta Motor Speedway and finished 21st on her first start on the one and a half mile circuit.
  • Seasoned crew chief Mike Hillman Jr. has contested five truck series dirt races in his career, all at the Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, which was previously on the truck schedule.
  • click Here for Deegan’s career stats.

Deegan on Bristol Dirt:

Will your time on the Las Vegas dirt track translate into racing in Bristol?

“The Las Vegas Dirt Track and the Bristol Dirt Track are going to have two completely different feelings. Vegas Dirt feels and looks completely different because it gets so dry there. There’s a very noticeable difference in the colors of the Dirt – Vegas Dirt is a lot lighter When you get to the trail of where they’re bringing the dirt in, it’s more like clay and holds the moisture so much better. “

What is the noticeable difference between dirt and pavement for you?

“Dirt is hard and very uncomfortable for people who are used to driving on sidewalks. People who have driven on a lot of dirt feel uncomfortable. The road surface is super smooth and there is a lot of grip little out of control, but you try to be precise. ”