Chase Briscoe, who scored the first top-10 finish of his NASCAR Cup Series career this past weekend at Circuit of the Americas, will make his third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start of the 2021 season in the No. 04 Roper Racing Ford F-150 at Knoxville Raceway on July 9th.
Briscoe, a native of Indiana, will be piloting a sharp paint scheme featuring the colors of Circle B Diecasts. Dan Asher Designs created the scheme and this is actually the first design that Asher has ever had placed on a NASCAR National Series race vehicle.
“Well I started designing in 2009,” Asher told TobyChristie.com. “The goal was to get a design on track. The dream was to have my favorite driver race in one of my designs. So to check both boxes off on the first go is pretty cool. I poured hours into this to make it as clean and perfect, and unique as I could something that’ll make it stand out some, and I was really happy with the result. Hopefully, Chase will give it a good run.”
For only $10, fans also have the opportunity to get their name on Briscoe’s truck bed as well for the race.
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The 26-year old driver has two-career wins in the Truck Series, one of which came on the dirt at Eldora back in 2018, and Briscoe has a best finish of fifth, which came at the Bristol Dirt race, one of his two Truck Series starts so far in 2021. Briscoe who has built an extensive dirt background before moving up the NASCAR ladder, should be in the mix for the win on the Iowa dirt at Knoxville.
Cory Roper sports the No. 04 team’s best-ever finish as he scored a third-place finish in the 2021 season-opening race at Daytona International Speedway. Briscoe will look to better that finish for the team when he gets back behind the wheel for the team on the dirt.
Briscoe will also race this weekend’s event at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the No. 99 BJ McLeod Motorsports entry.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at Knoxville Raceway will take place on July 9th. FS1 will provide the television broadcast of the race starting at 9:00 PM ET.