Eric Phillips: “He wants to tell me what left rear spring to run.”
Ryan Preece doesn’t fit the mold of a new NASCAR driver. As of late, it’s almost a requirement to be teenager.
At age 27, Ryan Preece is whooping all their asses. In his last 7 starts, Preece has two wins, a runner-up and six top-10 runs. Most recently, he claimed the NASCAR Xfinity Series win at Bristol Motor Speedway.
He didn’t come through the ranks of a manufacture’s development program. Preece took out a loan from friends, went to victory lane and now he’s being paid as a part-time driver for Joe Gibbs Racing.
What does Ryan Preece bring to Joe Gibbs Racing that the development drivers do not?