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Ryan Preece (pictured) and Landon Cassill both advanced to the NBC eSports Short Track iRacing Challenge finale on Wednesday. (HHP/Barry Cantrell Photo)
Ryan Preece, who drives for JTG Daughtery Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series, is making a return to his modified roots this weekend.
Invert Puts Preece
For the second time this season, finishing 20th in the first half of a NASCAR Cup Series doubleheader paid dividends for Ryan Preece.
Ryan Preece will start from the pole in Wednesday's Toyota 500 at Darlington Raceway. (HHP/Harold Hinson Photo)
While a 20th-place finish wasn't exactly what Ryan Preece was looking for on Sunday during NASCAR's return to competition at Darlington Raceway, it did result in one big positive.
Ryan Preece (pictured) and Landon Cassill both advanced to the NBC eSports Short Track iRacing Challenge finale on Wednesday. (HHP/Barry Cantrell Photo)
Ryan Preece and Landon Cassill became the final two drivers to advance to the NBC eSports Short Track iRacing Challenge finale Wednesday thanks to victories at virtual Myrtle Beach Speedway.
Preece Confident
When he came to the Daytona 500 last year, past NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Ryan Preece was a relative unknown just trying to make his way into the NASCAR Cup Series.
JTG Daugherty No. 47
JTG Daugherty Racing has announced its driver, car number and crew chief lineups for the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series season.
Ryan Preece will pay tribute to Ron Bouchard during the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.
For Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year contender Ryan Preece, his first Darlington Raceway throwback weekend means more than a new paint scheme.
Ryan Preece is set to take on Michigan Int'l Speedway of the first time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this weekend. (Todd Ridgeway Photo)
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series rookie Ryan Preece, a mainstay in the Northeast modified world, says he still has a lot to learn at the top level of NASCAR.
Preece
As a driver who grew up cutting his teeth on the short tracks of New England, Ryan Preece is understandably optimistic any time he rolls in to compete at a bullring-style facility.
Making it to the top level of NASCAR has always been about money, now more than ever.

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