Ryan Preece 25th In XFINITY Series Action At Auto Club Speedway

(Press Release from JD Motorsports)

Ryan Preece (Photo: JD Motorsports)

Ryan Preece (Photo: JD Motorsports)

FONTANA, Calif. – Rookie Ryan Preece finished 25th in Saturday’s TreatMyClot.com 300 Xfinity Series race at Auto Club Speedway.

Preece rebounded from a lap-10 incident in which his left rear tire blew, sending him into a spin and causing the race’s first caution flag.

Rallying, Preece raced as high as 17th on a warm and sunny afternoon.

“It was a tough start,” Preece said, “but the car really wasn’t hurt and we were able to charge back and get in a good finish. I appreciate the guys responding so well. Got in some good laps and good seat time here. A tough track but one you can do well on after you get the lines down.”

Preece, driving the UPTick Vineyards Chevrolet, stayed in 17th in Xfinity driver series standings.

The next Xfinity race is April 8 at Texas Motor Speedway.


  1. Another flat tire really as a driver that has got to be getting to him.

  2. darealgoodfella says

    Hendrick needs a driver in the 5.

  3. Very disappointing day. Needs to start getting more aggressive and start making some moves. Looks like he’s driving not to crash. Let it all hang out and go for it. You only get one shot. Have to do something to get noticed. Straight out of Brad k mouth when he was anoncing Saturdays race.

  4. I wuold agree franky but you need your team to step it up there i something not right if u keep getting flat tires

  5. You have to admit, getting all those flats is getting his sponsors some air time that they otherwise would not have.. These last few weeks when Kyle was lapping him he was only on the tv for what 2-3 seconds???

    bring a caution out, or even better, bring the first one out a couple laps into the race and boom!! You’re on tv for at least 30 seconds if not longer whilst the commentators analyze what happened.. I think I may be onto somethang here..

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