Buescher to make NASCAR Truck return at Texas
Former Truck Sequence champion James Buescher will make his first NASCAR begin in over 5 years with a return to the sequence subsequent weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.
Niece Motorsports introduced Friday that Buescher, the 2012 sequence champion (pictured above), will compete with the workforce on Oct. 25 with sponsorship from FHE FracLock on his Chevrolet Silverado. It is going to be Buescher’s first begin within the sequence since Martinsville within the spring of 2015.
“I’m grateful for everybody at Niece Motorsports and FHE for believing in me and offering me this chance to get again behind the wheel and as soon as once more showcase my skills,” mentioned Buescher. “Once I exited the game again in 2015, it was not by myself phrases. We had quite a bit happening at residence in 2015; typically it’s a must to take a step again and take note of God’s plan to your life.
“Proper now, the whole lot has fallen into place to return again and race at my residence monitor at Texas Motor Speedway, and I couldn’t be extra excited. It’s going to be difficult after greater than 5 years away from racing, however I’m up for the problem and might’t watch for the inexperienced flag to drop.”
In 119 begins within the Truck Sequence, Buescher earned six wins and 62 top-10 finishes. From 2011-13, Buescher completed third within the level standings twice and gained the 2012 championship over Timothy Peters, Joey Coulter, Ty Dillon, and Parker Kligerman.
Upon leaving racing, Buescher and his spouse Kris grew to become profitable in the true property market.
“We’re grateful to have James be part of the workforce in Texas,” mentioned Niece Motorsports common supervisor Cody Efaw. “James has an incredible quantity of expertise within the Truck Sequence and at Texas Motor Speedway. We’re excited for the wealth of data and expertise that he’ll carry to the desk.”
Buescher has 10 begins at Texas within the Truck Sequence, his most up-to-date in 2013. His finest end on the monitor is sixth.