Ryan Preece wins again in NASCAR Truck Series race at Nashville Superspeedway

Lebanon - Ryan Preece is unbeaten at Nashville Superspeedway.

The 31 -year -old driver from Berlin, Connecticut, won the Camping World Nascar Rackley Raofing 200 

world truck series in 2021 and was repeated Friday night before the estimated crowd of 7,000.

Preece, who was on the pole, had entered eight truck races in his career. 

The only victory came to Nashville.

"I think I really have to learn how to play," Preece said after receiving the second custom guitar trophy. 

"Winning is always fun. Race is a mental sport like anything.

 I am a person who is very confident. It's a little closer than I want, but I'm glad we can finish it."

Preece is also included in the Xfinity Nascar Xfinity Tennessee Lottery 250 series at Nashville Superspeedway.

"This will be a completely different race just because of the weather; it will be in the middle of the day, 

instead of the night like tonight," Preece said. "I will say that they have brought the great United Ford 

Mustang to me, and hopefully I will return to talk to you again tomorrow."

The Friday race is the last of eight consecutive weeks -according to the race in this series.

Preece LEDs for 74 out of 150 rounds on the D D. concrete track. 

He runs a limited schedule in the truck series this season.

 That is the finish of the top-10 fifth.

Zane Smith, who leads after the first stage (45 rounds), finish second.

 The original population of Huntington Beach, 23 -year -old California led a total of 70 rounds. He was fourth year ago.

Carson Hocevar is the third Friday followed by Ty Majeski in Fourth and Stewart Friesen in fifth place.


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