Sheldon Creed will make his Xfinity Series debut in 2021.


Sheldon Creed will make his Xfinity Series debut in 2021.

Sheldon Creed’s 2021 program concludes with a jam-packed weekend at Phoenix Raceway. On Friday, November 5, the 2020 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion will wrap up his schedule with GMS Racing before making his 2021 Xfinity Series debut on Saturday, November 6.

On Wednesday, November 3, Global Industrial, a national distributor of industrial products and MRO supplies, released a press statement announcing Creed’s participation in the one-mile race in the No. 78 Global Industrial Chevrolet Camaro. This will be Creed’s first outing since a single start for JR Motorsports at Daytona International Speedway in the 2019 season.

Get your engines going! We’ll be racing in the @NASCARXfinity Series Championship Race on Saturday with @NASCAR Champion @SheldonCreed. #wecansupplythat #globalindustrial #xfinityseries #globalindustrialracing @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN @NBCSN

— November 3, 2021, Global Industrial (@Global Indust)

In a press release, Creed remarked, “I’m looking forward to racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Phoenix Raceway, especially with Global Industrial Company on board my Chevrolet.” “I’ve had a lot of success at Phoenix Raceway over the years, including winning the Truck Series there in 2020, so I’m looking forward to bringing some of that success to Global Industrial on November 6th, and I’m glad for the chance.”

On Saturday, November 6, at 8:30 p.m. ET, the race in Phoenix will take place. While Austin Cindric, AJ Allmendinger, Noah Gragson, and Daniel Hemric compete for the championship trophy, Creed will reacclimate himself to the Xfinity Series. The 200-lap race will be broadcast on NBC Sports Network.

In 2022, Creed will become a full-time member of the Xfinity Series.

@sheldoncreed | @WhelenEng #BigPower @sheldoncreed | @WhelenEng

— RCR (@RCRracing) on the 9th of October, 2021

Creed will be able to use the race in Phoenix to prepare for a dramatic move in 2022. He will leave the Camping World Truck Series to pursue a full-time career in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

For all 33 races, Creed will drive the No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro for Richard Childress Racing, with Whelen Engineering as his principal sponsor. The business plans to paint the stock automobile red and white… Nokia News – Quick Recap


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