– Sheldon Creed qualified 24th for Thursday night’s UNOH 200, but was forced to start at the rear of the field for unapproved adjustments when the team made repairs to the engine that was only running on seven cylinders during his qualifying run.
– Thursday night’s sixth-place finish marked Creed’s third consecutive top-ten finish. It is his seventh top ten of the season.
“We had some motor issues in qualifying which was a bummer because I felt like we could’ve qualified better than where we did. I knew our Silverado was good in race trim so I just had to be patient and keep my truck clean coming up through the pack. We charged hard all night in order to be in contention for the win. I can’t thank GMS and Chevy enough for the support. I feel like I’m getting my mojo back in the last few weeks.”