Go Green Racing will head back north to Dover, Delaware this weekend with Joey Gase. It will be the teams second and final trip to the famed "Monster Mile" this season. Gase will be returning to the Sparks Energy Inc. yellow and black lightning bolt machine for the Bar Harbor 200 on Saturday. The team brought home a 20th place finish back in May in the OneMain Financial 200.
With the team being brand new this year and running cars they hadn't had any notes on in the spring; the team was fighting a tight Sparks Energy Inc. Chevy the entire weekend back in May. The team is looking forward to heading to Dover a second time with notes to build off of. A top 20 result this spring is fueling confidence in the team heading into their final clash with the Monster Mile.
This weekend will mark Gase's 13th start at Dover International Speedway while the team will be seeking its 13th top 20 finish of the 2018 season. The result from May's race was Gase's career best finish at the mile long track and this weekend they will look to improve that mark even more.
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The haulers are set to enter the track later this evening and the first practice session for the Bar Harbor 200 will begin tomorrow afternoon at 12:05 p.m. ET. on NBCSN. Final practice for the NASCAR XFINITY Series will begin later on in the day at 2:30 p.m. ET. However, final practice can only be seen streaming on the NBCSN Sports App.
Saturday, October 6th at 3:00 p.m. is the scheduled green flag for the Bar Harbor 200 at Dover International Speedway. You can catch live coverage on NBCSN, you can listen in on MRN Radio, as well as Sirius XM Radio, channel 90.
About Sparks Energy Inc.:
Sparks Energy, Inc. was founded in 2007 to address a growing need by both Investor Owned Utilities and Electric Co-ops for a quality workforce to perform storm response and energy restoration services. The Sparks Energy, Inc. team has over 35 years of experience in utility construction and management.
Sparks is a committed leader in Energy Restoration Management. Their crews are qualified for overhead/underground distribution, transmission, substation and ROW operations. They are composed of both union and non-union crews. The crews remain non-associated with mutual aid giving them the ability to move throughout the U.S. without having to request RMAG releases.
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