One of the feel good stories of the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series could be a force to be reckon with next season.
Confirmed by the team’s technical director Collin Fern, Brandonbilt Motorsports and the No. 68 entry will return to the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2021. In addition, Doug Randolph will return to the team as crew chief.
68 is going to be back with Dougie Fresh as crew chief…
— Collin Fern (@Collin_Fern) October 15, 2020
The No. 68 team and driver Brandon Brown have been enjoying a historic season for the team.
Brown drove the No. 68 Camaro to five top-10 finishes, and an average finish of 16.5, leading to a seed in the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series playoffs.
The team wanted to put all their chips in to the playoff run, going as far as leasing a ECR engine for both the Las Vegas race weekend, as well as Talladega.The investment gave the team a boost at the superspeedway, coming home in the 9th position.
While the team has been eliminated following the Charlotte Roval race, Brown currently sits 10th in the standings, guaranteeing a better finishing position than 2019’s 15th.