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After Chase Briscoe’s first NASCAR XFINITY Series win in Charlotte, he will go on and do better things in the future with plenty of talent inside the fast race car

First of all, congratulations to Chase Briscoe on winning his first race at Charlotte Motor Speedway from Saturday.

It’s during Race 28 of the 2018 NASCAR XFINITY Series Season with the Drive for the Cure 200.

With the beautiful No.98, Ford Mustang supplied from Stewart-Haas Racing, Briscoe’s able to execute the best of his ability.

Credit to his crew members and the organization on making that moment happen.

It’s the same precise race car that Kevin Harvick won in Atlanta during the second race of this year.

Now, there is some talk regarding his plans for 2019.

After 2017, Briscoe had to race part-time in the second tier.

A full-time schedule would be nice firsthand having established himself at Truck level.

But he can only bring the best of his driving ability and not the flexibility with money to cover the entire year.

Based on his part-time run in an XFINITY Series car, Briscoe has performed very well on a certain number of events.

He scored Four Top 10s plus a win & Top 5 in the last seven races.

His 2018 Season so far.

  • 14 Starts
  • 2288 of 2529 Laps Completed, 90.5%
  • 45 Laps Led
  • One Win & Top 5, 7.1%
  • Four Top 10, 28.6%
  • Average Start: 15.8 & Finish: 17.7
  • DNF: Three

Results

  • 15th, Atlanta
  • 11th, Texas
  • 23rd, Bristol
  • 26th, Richmond
  • 16th, Talladega
  • 11th, Charlotte
  • 38th/Crash, Pocono
  • 9th, Chicago
  • 10th, Iowa
  • 14th, Mid-Ohio
  • 34th/Crash, Bristol 2
  • 9th, Indianapolis
  • 31st/Crash, Las Vegas
  • 1st, Charlotte Roval

Where should Chase Briscoe head in 2019?

Briscoe should head to Stewart-Haas Racing full-time in the 2nd car which is the No.98 car.

Kevin Harvick or some of their Cup guys within SHR aren’t interested in taking this ride for a few times.

Another scenario will be if Cole Custer moves to Cup, Briscoe can easily fill-in his shoes in the lone No.00 Ford.

If not, he should follow what Austin Cindric experienced with his full-time roster:

  • Majority of the running with Team Penske
  • A few races with Roush Fenway Racing

The same would go with Briscoe half & half of the time with both Roush and Stewart-Haas organizations.

It’s the same kind of split schedule Briscoe would give the thumbs up as long as he’s here to fight for the Championship.

Either way, a full-time ride would be his next step of giving his all having performed outstandingly on a part-time deal.

Yes, the official announcement is a long way away as Chase Briscoe is heavily focusing on producing his best.

But for now, it’s only a few ideas on this post about his plans regarding next year.

See when Briscoe brings so much talent, he’s outstanding in a race car.

And his first visit in victory lane on an XFINITY Series car last Saturday has justified his statement of intent.

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