Carson Hocevar – The Heart of America 200 Race Progress

Hocevar in Kansas: “We have a lot to look forward to in Kansas this week. Making back-to-back Finals second is a big thing not only for me, but Niece Motorsports and Team #42 as well. It’s really good to show the improvements we’ve made and to have Lots of points in the bank that we didn’t have three weeks ago. Being able to show our speed on three very different racetracks over the past month is encouraging and I have great confidence in our middle program.”

Hocevar on honoring the Flint Police Department and National Police Week with this week’s paint scheme: “It is a great honor to be able to honor Captain Colin Bernie during Saturday night National Police Week in Kansas with Premier Security Solutions. The 42 Chevrolet Silverado will bear the names of the 12 police officers who fell in community of Flint, Michigan, and we look forward to paying tribute to them. I truly appreciate all of Premier Security Solutions’ efforts to get this scheme on the right track as well as their commitment to the Flint community. We hope to make them proud of a strong run on Saturday night.”

Hocevar at Kansas Speedway: Hocevar makes his second career start for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in Kansas Saturday night. He ran to 23rd on his Kansas debut last season after starting 11th.

On the truck: The #42 Chevrolet Silverado Hossevar Premium Security Solution makes a new look this week in Kansas, where the Flint Police Department was honored during National Police Week. The blue van proudly displays the Flint Police Department on the cover and the names of the Flint Police officers who fell to bed. Captain Colin Bernie’s name will be displayed above the driver’s side door.

Last Time Out (Dead On Tools 200 – Start: 6th/Finish: 2nd): Hocevar quickly made his way into the top five on Friday night and was a mainstay at the front of the field. After four tires under caution on lap 20, he returned to the top ten and eventually crossed the third line at the end of the first stage. Team #42 put in one of its best stops of the night during the stage break to put Hocevar in the front row to start stage two and ran behind race leader Ross Chastain for most of the stage. After four more tires stopped under caution on lap 76, Hocevar made a pass on Chastain with three to reach the second stage and go on to claim a victory in the first stage of his career.

After making adjustments to address loose handling under caution on lap 116, Hocevar was back in second place in the final laps of the race but was unable to follow race winner John Hunter Nemechek due to an electrical problem that plagued him. .42 on the last lap.

Hocevar advanced twice for nine laps on his way to second in a row this season.

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