LAS VEGAS SETUP
Race: Rhino Linings 350 – 219 miles / 146 laps
Track: Las Vegas Motor Speedway (1.5-mile oval)
Driver: Mason Mingus (@Mason_Mingus)
Truck: No. 15 Call 811 Before You Dig Chevrolet Silverado
Broadcast: Friday, October 3 at 10:00 pm ET on FOX Sports 1
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MINGUS AT NEW HAMPSHIRE… The No. 15 Call 811 Before You Dig Chevrolet Silverado driven by Mason Mingus heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway (LVMS) this weekend for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Rhino Linings 350.
RACE RECAP… The 20-year-old was last on track in the No. 15 Call 811 Before You Dig Chevy in the UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Mingus rolled off 17th for the 175-lap event and finished 14th, capturing his fifth top-15 finish of the season for Billy Boat Motorsports (BBM).
VEGAS FAST FACTS… BBM made their NCWTS debut last year with the Brentwood,Tennessee native at LVMS. Mingus qualified 22nd and finished 18th.
CALL 811… Common Ground Alliance is the leading association created specifically to work with all industry stakeholders in an effort to prevent damage to underground utility infrastructure and ensure public safety and environmental protection. Along with the new 811-number, CGA and its 1,400 members and sponsors have launched the national “Call Before You Dig” campaign to increase public awareness about the importance of using 811, having utility lines marked before digging and protecting America’s vast underground infrastructure of pipelines, conduits, wires and cables. Learn more at www.call811.com and www.commongroundalliance.com.
MEET MINGUS… The driver of the No. 15 Chevy will be at the NCWTS autograph session on Saturday, October 3 from 2 – 2:45 at LVMS.
FROM THE DRIVER… “I am looking forward to Vegas,” said Mingus. “This was the first race I ran with BBM last year and I think we can take what we learned and build on it for this weekend. We have a fast Call 811 Before You Dig Chevy and I hope we can come back with a top-10 finish before we head into the last stretch of the season.”