Trey Hutchens Racing has Strong Showing in Corrigan Oil 200
Winston-Salem, N.C. (August 12, 2019) – This past weekend’s Corrigan Oil 200 at Michigan International Speedway marked the end of the regular season for the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. It was also the first race back in competition for the Trey Hutchens Racing No. 14 Team since Texas Motor Speedway in early June.
“It felt great to get back truck racing this weekend,” Trey Hutchens said. “Michigan is a place I’ve dreamed of racing at since I was kid and it was really special driving in the racetrack on Friday knowing I was going to fulfill that dream.”
After posting a qualifying effort of 24th (180.239 mph), the Black’s Tire Chevrolet Silverado raced around the Top-20 for much of the event. On a late race restart the North Carolina State University Senior found himself racing inside the Top-15; however, the No. 14 was ultimately awarded a sixteenth-place finish.
“I think we put a check mark next to all the boxes today. We ran 200 miles, built a notebook, and are going to load it in the hauler with all four wheels pointing in the same direction. This means Dad and I can get back to the shop and apply what we learned to make it better. Truck racing is extremely competitive and it’s going to take time for Dad and I to get our program where we want it to be, but weekends like this are what we need to build our foundation on.”