Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Carl Edwards still searching for first restrictor-plate win

Carl Edwards finished fifth in the 2016 Daytona 500.
Carl Edwards / No. 19 Subway Toyota Preview
Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway

No. 19 Subway Toyota News and Notes:

: NASCAR is on their return trip to Daytona International Speedway this weekend. SUBWAY will return as the primary sponsor on Edwards’ and the No. 19 team’s Toyota. SUBWAY has teamed up with the USO and Edwards will be working with both of them and spending time with some of the troops while at Daytona this weekend.

EDWARDS BY THE NUMBERS: In 23 Sprint Cup Series starts at Daytona International Speedway, Edwards has completed 3,781 of 4,113 laps (91.9 percent) and has led for a total of 15 laps. Edwards has earned five top-five and nine top-ten finishes there. His average start is 16.9 and his average finish is 19.6.

Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway (2.5-mile) begins at 7:45 p.m. ET on Saturday, July 2nd. The race will be broadcast live on NBC, Sirius XM Channel 90 and MRN Radio.

Edwards’ 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Season Stats:
StartsWinsTop 5Top 10PolesLaps LedAvg. StartAvg. Finish
Edwards’ Career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Stats:
StartsWinsTop 5Top 10PolesLaps LedAvg. StartAvg. Finish

From the Cockpit:
Carl Edwards
: “We are coming off of a great race at Sonoma and headed to Daytona in the SUBWAY Toyota Camry for an opportunity to go to Victory Lane. I don’t have a Cup win there so it would be nice to get one of those. We’ve been really close. We have a great Superspeedway program. This weekend we celebrate America’s independence. It’s always a fun weekend for the fans. We’ve got SUBWAY on board. They’ve been an amazing partner and done a ton for the USO. The SUBWAY Firecracker 250 is on Friday and I’ll be watching that and cheering for our Joe Gibbs Racing teammates. Andon Saturday we’re going to try to get a trophy.”

From the Pit Box:
Dave Rogers
: “There’s always an indescribable allure to racing at Daytona whether it’s in February or July. The Daytona 500 is “super-bowl” of our sport, but the 4th of July race is also of great significance. We have the opportunity to celebrate our country’s independence by doing what we love to do – racing automobiles at a fantastic sporting facility. SUBWAY has made this coming weekend even more special for us by teaming up with USO and supporting the troops that protect the freedoms we enjoy so much. We look forward to putting on a great show for our soldiers and fans alike.”

No. 19 Subway Toyota / Joe Gibbs Racing Team:

Driver – Carl Edwards Crew Chief – Dave Rogers Car Chief – Eric Phillips
Engineer – Lee Hallman Engineer – Kenny Oates Tire Specialist – Jamie Turski
Mechanic – Zack Miller Mechanic – Jerad Hewitt Mechanic – Joe Florelli
Engine Tuner – James Dudley Spotter – Jason Hedlesky Shock Specialist – Ron Denton
Jackman – Trey Burklin Front Tire Changer – Clay Robinson Rear Tire Changer – Kip Wolfmeir
Pit Support – Matt Tyrrell Front Tire Carrier – Kevin Harris Rear Tire Carrier – Matt Ver Meer
Pit Support – Ben Surface Gasman – Kenneth Purcell Truck Drivers – Kyle Bazzell & Jeff Icenhour

- Joe Gibbs Racing

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