We took to the Brickyard this past weekend and brought home a 22nd place finish in our No. 01 Ken Houston Electric Camaro. Our practice day went pretty smooth and we worked on the car as we learned more about the new package that NASCAR had brought for us. We had a larger spoiler and splitter which increased the drag on the race cars as well as increased drag by opening vents in the front nose of the car. Those things along with a restrictor plate made for a very different Indy experience.
We started off the day with one of our best qualifying efforts of the season. We qualified 22nd in first round of qualifying and then 24th in the second round so we rolled off 24th in the race.
When the race began it took a couple laps for our car to gain grip, but once it did we were set on a mission forward. My team did a great job adjusting the car to my needs and the pit stops were great as well. Overall we had a mistake free day and brought it home to finish 18th.
This weekend we are heading to the corn fields of Iowa, oh and there's a race track there too lol! Iowa is always a fun place to go to because it provides that short-track style of racing which fans and drivers really enjoy. Coming off our 22nd place finish last weekend at Michigan, we are looking forward to carrying momentum and hopefully having some strong finishes.
Well after seeing rain in the forecast for the weekend, the NASCAR Xfinity Series seized their window of opportunity to finish the race at the famed Bristol Motor Speedway.
Harrison started the race from the 29th position and set his sights forward. Rhodes started off strong making up ground...
AVONDALE, Ariz. – Harrison Rhodes was the middle man in a remarkable finish for the JD Motorsports with Gary Keller team at Phoenix International Raceway Saturday. The three JD Motorsports drivers finished back-to-back-to-back – all on the lead lap – in the DC Solar 200 Xfinity Series race. Rhodes was 23rd...