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November 17, 2018 - Late-Race Part's Failure Slows Chad Finchum Late at Homestead-Miami Speedway
1Homestead, Florida (11/17/18) - Chad Finchum brought his 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie campaign to a close on Saturday afternoon at Miami-Homestead Speedway.

Finchum took the Triton Trailer Sales/ Amana Brand Heating & Air Conditioning #66 Smithbilt Homes/ MBM Motorsports/ No. 66 Toyota Camry into battle in the Ford Ecoboost 300.

After being 20th fastest in the final practice Chad registered the 25th-fastest time in qualifications. >>READ MORE

November 10, 2018 - Mechanical Failure Sidelines Chad Finchum at ISM
1Phoenix, Arizona (11/10/18) - With momentum in his corner Chad Finchum had high hopes heading into the Wheelen Drive for Success 200 on Saturday at ISM Raceway.

Finchum hit the ground running with a fast-qualifying effort behind the wheel of his Smithbilt Homes/ MBM Motorsports/No. 40 Toyota Camry. He zoomed to the 22nd-fastest time in qualifications.

"We started the day really fast with another great qualifying effort," Finchum said. "Unfortunately we realized early in the race that we were experiencing rear-end issues. We nursed it the best that we could, but it ultimately let go. It's a really disappointing way to end the day, but we'll hold our heads high and get ready for the finale at Homestead." >>READ MORE

November 3, 2018 - Chad Finchum Records 17th-Place Finish in Texas
1Justin, Texas (11/03/18) - On the heels of his best qualifying effort of the season, Chad Finchum raced his Smithbilt Homes/ MBM Motorsports/No. 40 Toyota Camry to a 17th-place finish on Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway in the O'Reilly Auto Parts 300.

"This was the first time that we've made it to round two of qualifying, and we were able to earn the 19th-starting spot for the race," Finchum noted. "We had a lot of speed when we came here back in the spring but just ran into some real bad luck. This time we were fast all weekend, and were able to come away with a great finish at the checkered flag.

" I thought we might have a chance at a Top-15, but on the long runs we were just a little off with the car. Overall though, it was phenomenal day and I'm really excited about the final two races of the season " >>READ MORE

October 20, 2018 - Chad Finchum Has Career Outing with the NASCAR Xfinity Series in Kansas
1Kansas City, Kansas (10/20/18) - Chad Finchum piloted his Smithbilt Homes/ MBM Motorsports/No. 40 Toyota Camry to the best finish of young NASCAR Xfinity Series career on Saturday afternoon.

The Tennessee racer survived a chaotic event at Kansas Speedway to advance from his 33rd starting spot to a 16th-place finish. The performance marked his best to date with the series.

"I'm almost at a loss for words," an elated Finchum said following his 16th-place run in the Kansas Lottery 300 on Saturday afternoon. "This is the raciest we've been all year. This year has been full of trials with a lot of ups and downs. We ran 11th for almost an entire stage before a lugnut issue on pit road, but we bounced back from that too. I'm really pumped for this whole team, and I can't wait to get down to Texas in two weeks for our next event." >>READ MORE

October 6, 2018 - Suspension Woes Slow Chad Finchum at the Monster Mile
1Dover, Delaware (10/06/18) - Chad Finchum found a promising outing in the Bar Harbor 200 at Dover International Speedway interrupted by a suspension failure early in the 200-lap affair.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series rolled into the Monster Mile, where he qualified 26th fastest in qualifying. His hopes for a career outing in his Smithbilt Homes/ MBM Motorsports/No. 40 Toyota Camry went south from there.

"The MBM Motorsports organization provided one fast race car, and we had our second-best qualifying effort of the year with the 26th-starting position," Finchum said. "We were up in the Top 20 and just before the end of Stage 1 I radioed the crew and told them something was wrong. We entered the next corner and had a shock break. It took us a while to find the parts we needed to make the repairs, and then we had more damage than we thought.". >>READ MORE