Billy Venturini Earns Cometic Crew Chief of the Race Award at Five Flags

Billy Venturini Earns Cometic Crew Chief of the Race Award at Five Flags

Billy Venturini earned the Cometic Crew Chief of the Race award at the ARCA Pensacola 200 Presented by Inspectra Thermal Solutions by leading driver Chandler Smith (No. 20 Craftsman Toyota) to a fourth place finish after starting on the pole. Venturini also moves to the top of the season standings.

The Cometic Crew Chief of the Race honors were originally given to Shannon Rursch, crew chief of Pensacola winner Michael Self (No. 25 Sinclair Oil Toyota), but Billy Venturini inherited the award after penalties were incurred against the No. 25 team for being too low in post-race inspection.

The Cometic Crew Chief of the Race is awarded to the crew chief whose driver has the lowest combined number when their starting and finishing positions are added together. Billy Venturini has now surpassed fellow Venturini Motorsports crew chief Kevin Reed of Christian Eckes’ No. 15 JBL Audio Toyota as the crew chief currently on top of the standings with 11 points. Reed is in second place with 15 points. Paul Andrews, crew chief for Corey Heim (No. 22 Speedway Children’s Charities Ford) and Connor Hall (No. 22 Marlow Yachts Ford) at Chad Bryant Racing, is in third place with 30 points. Mark McFarland, the crew chief for Ty Gibbs & Riley Herbst’s No. 18 Monster Energy/ORCA Coolers/Advance Auto Parts Toyota, is in a tie for fourth place with Dan Glauz, crew chief of Travis Braden (No. 27 MatrixCare/Consonus Healthcare Ford) at 39 points.

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RobbyG83

I say that venturini motorsports are running away with this award again this year.