Chase Briscoe set for late model debut (Paint Scheme)

NASCAR driver Chase Briscoe will race at North Wilkesboro Speedway on May 17

Chase Briscoe is an avid dirt racer, coming from the 410 sprint car ranks. While he races at the highest level of pavement racing in America, he’s never raced an asphalt late model.

That’s set to change. Briscoe is ready for his late model debut at North Wilkesboro Speedway on May 17.

Briscoe is an ARCA Menards Series champion.

Briscoe tweeted, “Gonna be so fun to race with my good buddy Chad Bryant again, we haven’t been able to race together since our ARCA championship in 2016, this is something we’ve both talked about for a long time and something we’re both really excited to do.”

Currently, Kevin Harvick and Dale Earnhardt Jr are two other NASCAR drivers that will run the event.

Chase Briscoe to miss dirt track race due to broken finger

Briscoe recently sustained an injury while racing a dirt late model. He’s had finger surgery and while he nurses the injury the driver won’t attend a race at Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex.

The driver posted the following on Wednesday:

“As I continue the recovery process for my surgically repaired finger, and after consulting with my doctor and the team, I have decided that it’s best to focus on getting healed completely and on being prepared as possible for the Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway,” Briscoe opened.

“Unfortunately, that means that I won’t be competing in the dirt race at Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex on Friday night, as originally planned.”

Briscoe concluded, “I’m really bummed for the fans that are attending but can’t wait to get back to 100% and back on dirt again soon.”

Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex is a 1/6-mile dirt oval. The track is located in Sweet Springs, Missouri.

Chase Briscoe
Asphalt Late Model

Chase Briscoe - Asphalt Late Model
Chase Briscoe – Asphalt Late Model

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