Brett Moffitt and the No.02 Fr8 Auction Our Motorsports Chevrolet started thirteenth and brought home a seventeenth place finish after remaining in the top ten for several laps in the AgPro 300 at Talladega Super Speedway. Our Motorsports program continues to show impressive speed and talent throughout the entirety of the race. Natalie Decker and the No. 23 Red Street Records Our Motorsports Chevrolet started thirty-eighth and finished twenty-fourth.
In the first stage of the race, Moffitt ran mostly in the top fifteen positions throughout the stage. The No. 23 car of Decker came into pit for fuel only during the first pit stop of the race. The No.02 of Moffitt came in for four tires and fuel during that stop. Moffitt and Decker started stage two in position twenty-sixth and twenty-eighth. Early in the stage, Moffitt redeemed himself and began running tenth by lap thirty-seven. Decker was running thirty-fifth for the majority of the stage. During the pit stops after the stage, the No.02 of Moffitt pitted for four tires and fuel. In the final stage, Moffitt started in position eleven. While Decker was twenty-seventh. At lap seventy-fifth, a caution came out that Moffitt was able to impressively maneuver his way out of untouched. With twenty-three laps to go, the red flag came out due to weather. This resulted in Moffitt’s No.02 Fr8 Auction Chevy finishing the race fifteenth and Decker’s No. 23 Red Street Record Chevy finishing twenty-fourth.
Natalie Decker, “I had a great time at talladega! I was with a new team so it was our first race together. The car was fast and we were playing our strategy of hanging in the back to try and miss the big one. Rain came sooner then we thought and ended the race short so we never got the opportunity to be race hard. We were 24th when the called the race. I’m really happy with how the whole weekend went. Thank you to all you amazing fans and thank you Red Street Records, N/29, Alabama Institute for deaf and blind for supporting me and my team!”
Fr8 Auction was represented in a camo, orange, and white scheme highlighting the e-auction company. Fr8 is a business that partners with freight lines, distribution companies and consumer product-based businesses. They have a strong relationship with NASCAR. Red Street Records was represented in a white and red car No.23 car. It promoted the fast-rising artist Cade Thompson with the hood adorning the artwork for his single, “Every Step of the Way.” Red Street Records is a company owned by Jay DeMarcus of country group Rascal Flatts. The new Christian music label will support their artistry and ministries by providing a label that will give access to the highest standards in the recording industry.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series and the Our Motorsports team are headed to Darlington Raceway on May 8th for the Steakhouse Elite 200. Fans can catch the action on FS1, MRN/Sirius XM NASCAR, and other local radio affiliates at 1:00 pm and by following Our Motorsports on social media.