Gray Gaulding will go full-time racing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series with SS-Greenlight Racing in 2019.
Gaulding will pilot the No. 08 PURE Chevrolet SS beginning at Daytona in February. He has eight starts in the XFINITY Series with a career-best finish of 13th at Bristol and Richmond in 2016 with Roush Fenway Racing.
“I’m extremely excited to represent the PURE brand both on and off the track each week, in addition to improving my health and performance by using their products,” said Gaulding in the release. “NASCAR is a great platform to showcase outstanding companies like PURE, and I’m proud to return to my original 08 number with Chevrolet engines to go for wins while promoting my PURE business.”
Along with those eight starts, Gaulding also has 49 starts in the Cup Series and 17 starts in the Camping World Truck Series. In NASCAR’s top-three series, he has a career-best finish of fourth at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park with NTS Motorsports. Gaulding has recorded one career victory in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West at ISM Raceway in 2013.
Spencer Boyd currently drives for SS-Green Light Racing and has made 30 starts for the organization so far this season. So far this season, Boyd has earned the best finish of 17th at Daytona in July. Along with those 30 starts with the organization, Boyd made six starts with SS-Green Light Racing in 2017 with a best finish of 27th at New Hampshire.
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Apparently this kid is s ride buyer who seeks out the cheapest rides he can get in. I suppose whatever makes a dude happy. Me personally I’d rather get myself in a good car 15 to 20 times instead of a crap ride for 32 races. Oh well I don’t think he could win regardless of his equipment and maybe he knows that too.
maybe their are other ride buyers with more money in the better cars? Or, in the world of fairy tales all the best cars are driven by folks who it strictly because of talent.