Charlotte, NC, September 21, 2016.- Daniel Suarez came to the famed NASCAR Chase Xfinity Series and now what remains is to stay alive, then look for the series championship. The first challenge comes this weekend at the Kentucky Speedway.
Mexico is ready to go for the victory that will allow moving to the second phase of the playoffs and thus closer to its goal of being champion. The first date and belonging to this format will be held this Saturday at the Oval 1.52 miles in length.
Every three races four riders will be eliminated, ie, the pilot ARRIS will have three opportunities to stay in the Chase: Kentucky, Dover and Charlotte.
Upon reaching the second stage will be reset points, each driver will be 3000 and again three more races. In the last stage the points will be reset to 4000 and in the final at Homestead champion will win the race.
Before starting the most exciting phase Xfinity NASCAR Series, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver said: "The most important stage of the year is here with the Chase. Everything we learned during the year is time to test it. Kentucky is a place that I like and I'm sure we'll start with the right foot. "
Chase score starts with Daniel in the third position with 2003, Erik Jones is leader with 2012 points and Elliott Sadler with 2006 second.
The activities of the so-called VisitMyrtleBeach.com begin Friday with the double practice session, while Saturday will be held qualifying and the race, agreed to 200 turns.