JASPER® Race Products Performance Report – Daytona


Hill Wins NASCAR Xfinity Series Opener at Daytona with JASPER 4-Speed Transmission, Eckes Third in Truck Series

Running a JASPER 4-Speed Transmission, Austin Hill was declared the winner of Saturday’s Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner. 300, the season opener for the NASCAR Xfinity Series, at Daytona International Speedway. Starting from the pole, Hill was ahead of second-place finisher John Hunter Nemechek when the caution flag was displayed for a crash on the final lap of overtime. The race ended five laps past its scheduled 120-lap distance, with Hill leading a race-high 39 laps. Justin Algaier was third and Myatt Snider finished fifth. Drivers using JASPER products took nine of the top ten finishing positions. Christian Eckes, also running a JASPER 4-Speed Transmission, finished third in Friday’s Nextera Energy 250, the season opener for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, at Daytona. Grant Enfinger finished fifth as drivers using JASPER products took three of the top ten positions at the checkered flag.

A recap of the weekend’s results from Daytona International Speedway follows.

NASCAR Xfinity Series – Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner. 300 – Daytona International Speedway

1st     #12 Austin Hill – Stage 1 Winner

2nd    #20 John Hunter Nemechek

3rd     #7 Justin Allgaier – Stage 2 Winner

5th     #19 Myatt Snider

6th     #98 Riley Herbst

7th     #39 Joe Graf, Jr.

8th     #38 Ryan Sieg

9th     #00 Cole Custer

10th     #10 Justin Haley

12th     #16 Chandler Smith

13th     #45 Stefan Parsons

14th     #9 Brandon Jones

19th     #18 Sammy Smith

21st     #28 Kyle Sieg

22nd    #02 David Starr

25th     #5 Jade Buford

26th     #8 Josh Berry

27th     #1 Sam Mayer

28th     #44 Jeffrey Earnhardt

29th     #25 Brett Moffitt

34th     #2 Sheldon Creed

35th     #43 Ryan Ellis

36th     #11 Daniel Hemric


NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series – Nextera Energy 250 – Daytona International Speedway

3rd     #19 Christian Eckes – Stage 1 Winner

5th     #23 Grant Enfinger

10th     #35 Chase Elliott

20th     #25 Matt DiBennedetto

25th     #30 Chris Hacker

29th     #24 Rajah Caruth

30th     #43 Daniel Dye


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