Chase Briscoe finishes 16th as Chase Elliott takes the checkered flag in Atlanta Sunday

ATLANTA – Chase Briscoe, driver of the No. 14 Rush Truck Centers/Cummins Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) finished 16th at Quaker State 400 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday, after beginning the race in the 14th position.

Chase Elliott took the checkered flag under caution during Sunday’s race after it had been littered with wrecks and multiple caution flags after starting in the pole position and leading the race most of the way.

With only seven races remaining in the season, Briscoe is currently ranked 18th with 443 points, one victory and three top five finishes.

“I felt like balance was definitely more of an issue than the first (Atlanta) race, for sure, with the hotter temperatures,” Briscoe said. “I felt like we got it to where we were pretty decent and I was able to start working the wall a little more than a couple of other guys. I went to pass the 10 and as soon as I did, I guess I just got too high and got to where it was dirty still and killed the right-rear quarterpanel and everything else, so that kind of affected the rest of our day. I’m happy we were able to somewhat salvage a 16th, but I felt like if we didn’t have the damage, it would’ve been a lot better day. We’ll go on to New Hampshire next week and see if we can improve on it.” 

The next event on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule is the Ambetter 301 on Sunday, July 17 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. The race begins at 3 p.m. EDT.

All of the SHR cars travel from race to race in haulers from Rush Truck Centers, the premier service solutions provider to the commercial vehicle industry. And those haulers are supported by the RushCare team of parts and service experts, who also provide concierge-level service and maintenance, technical support, schedule mobile service, dispatch roadside assistance, help locate the nearest dealer, and more. 

Rush Truck Centers is the largest network of commercial vehicle dealerships in the United States with 139 locations, and takes pride in its integrated approach to customer needs – from vehicle sales to aftermarket parts, service, and body shop operations, plus financing, insurance, leasing, and rental, as well as alternate fuel systems and other vehicle technologies.

Rush Truck Centers is also a leader in all-makes parts for the commercial vehicle industry and has released its third All-Makes Parts Catalog. The catalog features 16,000 parts from more than 125 manufacturers, the most common parts needed for commercial vehicles. No matter what brand of truck you drive, you’ll find what you need in this catalog. It also is filled with product and technical tips to help keep you up and running.  Contact a local Rush Truck Centers location to pick up a copy today.

Indiana-based Cummins, from car owner Tony Stewart’s hometown of Columbus, is also along for the ride to Atlanta. Cummins is a corporation of complementary business segments that design, manufacture, distribute and service a broad portfolio of power solutions. It is best known for its diesel truck engines. Since its founding in 1919, Cummins now employs approximately 61,600 people and serves customers in about 190 countries and territories through a network of some 8,000 wholly-owned and independent dealer and distributor locations.