Spencer Boyd No. 76 Grunt Style Chevrolet Camaro Race Preview- California
California 300 – Auto Club Speedway NASCAR Xfinity Series Team and Car Information
Crew Chief: Jason Miller
Engine: Pro Motor Engines (PME) About the No. 76 Camaro: SS Greenlight Racing will bring chassis 704 to Auto Club Speedway this weekend. Spencer Boyd ran this chassis previously at both Atlanta Motor Speedway (finished 29th) and Las Vegas Motor Speedway (finished 36th). News and notes: Spencer Boyd will head back out West for the final stop on the "NASCAR Goes West" tour. After a mechanical failure in Las Vegas and a decent run in Phoenix, Boyd is really focused on leaving California with a great showing. "I'm really excited to get out to California," says Boyd. "There are so many different lines to run and drivers just talk about how fun it is to race there. I can't wait to strap into my Grunt Style chevy and see what we can do." TV/Radio: The California 300 from Auto Club Speedway can be seen live on Saturday, March 17th on FS1. Race coverage will begin at 5:00 p.m. EST, and the event can also be heard live on MRN Radio as well as SiriusXM Radio, channel 90. About Grunt Style: Grunt Style is a lifestyle apparel brand founded by Former US Drill Sergeant, Daniel Alarik. The CEO says himself, “We believe in Pride in Self, in Military, and in Country. The Motorsports Line is all about freedom. We are true rebels at heart and we don’t play by the rules. Whether it be on the open road, trails or track we want you to be comfortable while still looking and feeling totally badass. Our gear is both prideful and practical, rough and rugged but always looks kick ass.” About SS Green Light Racing: As one of the most tenured teams in all of NASCAR, SS Green Light has been a developmental hub for drivers looking to climb the ranks. Led by Co-Owner, Bobby Dotter, the team has fielded entries in either the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series or the Xfinity Series competition since 2001. Coming off a successful 2017 Xfinity campaign, SS Green Light looks to build further momentum with their two-car program.