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June 16, 2019 - Chad Finchum Finishes 21st at Iowa Speedway on Father's Day
1 Newton, Iowa (06/16/19) - Chad Finchum celebrated Father's Day on Sunday with his family, while chasing glory at Iowa Speedway in his No. 42 MBM Motorsports/ Smithbilt Homes Toyota Supra.

Finchum enjoyed another great run. He battled in the Top-20 for the majority of the day before crossing the finish line in the 21st position in the 250.

"Wow, things got crazy late in the race, but that's short track racing, and you have to love it," Finchum said. "We were running in the Top 20 all day and got as high as the 14th position, and then made some late race adjustments that just didn't work.

"Overall, it was a great day for our team, and I look forward to coming back here in a month. This is a fun track with some of the best fans in the sport." >>READ MORE

June 8, 2019 - Chad Finchum Motors to 22nd-Place Finish at Michigan
1Brooklyn, Michigan (06/08/19) - After battling adversity and bad luck the past few weeks, Chad Finchum was finally able to get back to good again on Saturday in his Irish Hills Collision & Service No. 42 MBM Motorsports/ Smithbilt Homes Toyota Supra.

The Tennessee racer started 28th on the grid before advancing to a 22nd-place finish. It marked his best-career finish at Michigan and his best finish since early April.

"We started the weekend with some adversity once again, but it shows just how tough and great everyone at MBM Motorsports truly is. We took basically off the suspension parts off the car after Friday's practice and rebuilt the setup for the whole package," Finchum commented. "Brian Keselowski made some great calls all weekend, and I want to thank him and the whole team for their great work.

"I definitely want to thank Irish Hills Collision & Service for coming on board this week. They are located just five minutes down the road from the track, and it was awesome to have them on board today. We'll take this momentum and head to Iowa next week." >>READ MORE

June 1, 2019 - Chad Finchum Gets KO'd Early at Pocono
1Long Pond, Pennsylvania (06/01/19) - Chad Finchum was eager to get back to Pocono Raceway on Saturday for the Pocono Green 250. While a lot of drivers aren't big fans of the track, known as the "Tricky Triangle," the pilot of the A-1 Finchum Heating & Cooling No. 42 MBM Motorsports/ Smithbilt Homes Toyota Supra enjoys racing there.

Unfortunately, Finchum's love for the track was thwarted early in the 100-lapper when contact from another driver knocked him from contention.

"Pocono is a tricky place but I was looking forward to getting back there this season," Finchum said. "We qualified 26th and picked up seven spots fairly quick in the race. Unfortunately, we got turned into the inside wall on lap-10 and that was all she wrote for us. It was definitely a tough and disappointing end to our day."

Following his lap-10 departure, Finchum was credited with a 37th-place finish in the final rundown.

Full results from the event are available at

May 25, 2019 - Chad Finchum's Charlotte Outing Ends Early with Mechanical Failure
1Concord, North Carolina (05/25/19) - Chad Finchum's outing on Saturday afternoon in the Alsco 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway came to an end before it ever really got started.

A mechanical failure on lap-5 brought Finchum's day to a screeching halt in his A-1 Finchum Heating & Cooling No. 42 MBM Motorsports/ Smithbilt Homes Toyota.

"We thought we had a Top-15 car for Charlotte, but circumstances just went against us," Finchum said. "It was very disappointing, but was just something totally out of our control.

"The bigger picture is that we wouldn't have had this opportunity without the incredibly brave men and women, who defend our freedom around the globe. This Memorial Day weekend is about them, and I just want to thank them all for everything that they do." >>READ MORE

May 4, 2019 - Finchum Battles Challenges to 30th-Place Finish at the Monster Mile
1Dover, Delaware (05/04/19) - Chad Finchum battled past track-bar issues and an untimely caution to finish 30th at Dover International Speedway in his Garrison Homes No. 42 MBM Motorsports/ Smithbilt Homes Toyota.

"This mile is definitely a monster, and he's definitely tough to tame," Finchum said. "The Garrison Homes Toyota was awesome today, but we had a track bar break late in the race and then changed everything.

" I think we had a 22nd-place car or so before we broke the part, but that's just how it goes sometimes. We'll take these next two off weeks and prepare for Charlotte, where we'll be back in the Toyota Supra."

Chad qualified 27th on the grid for the Allied Steel Buildings 200 at the tricky, one-mile confines of Dover International Speedway. At the end of the first stage he resided in the 24th position. >>READ MORE

April 26, 2019 - Mechanical Gremlins Strike Again; Sideline Finchum Early at 'Dega
1 Talladega, Alabama (04/26/19) - Chad Finchum was in new digs for Saturday's MoneyLion 300 at Talladega Superspeedway. He was behind the wheel of the Crash Claims R Us No. 13 MBM Motorsports/ James Carter Attorney at Law Toyota Supra. With a new look for the event at the 2.5-mile oval, Chad was hoping he would find better luck than he had a week earlier at Richmond.

As fate would have it, mechanical gremlins would again strike, ending Finchum's day early.

"We didn't have the day that we planned. Our car was pretty good and we were drafting up through the field early with our teammate, Max Tullman. Then, it all went south when we had a mechanical failure just before the end of the first round that sent us behind the wall, ending our day," Finchum recounted. "Next week I'll be back in the No. 42 at Dover, and I'm really looking forward to that. We'll see what we can do there and look for better luck."

Finchum was credited with a 36th-place finish after seeing his day come to an end on lap 36.

Full results from the event are available at

April 13, 2019 - Chad Finchum KO'd By Mechanical Failure at Richmond
1Richmond, Virginia (04/15/19) - With momentum in his corner, Chad Finchum was eager to get to Richmond International Raceway for the weekend's NASCAR Xfinity Series event. Unfortunately, luck would not be in the corner of the driver of the MBM Motorsports No. 40 Smithbilt Homes Toyota Supra. The culprit was a master cylinder failure that ended his day before the end of Stage 2.

"This MBM Motorsports Toyota Supra has been running just great the past few weeks, and we really thought we had a chance for a great run at Richmond, but I guess it just wasn't meant to be," Finchum said. "We were just outside the Top 20 at the end of Stage 1, and then we were running real good in Stage 2, when we lost the master cylinder. It's disappointing, but we won't let it get us down, and we'll focus on the next one.

"Thanks so much to each and every person, who supports our program."

Chad qualified 25th on the grid for Saturday's Toyota Care 250. By the end of Stage 1, he sat on the lead lap in the 21st position. Before the end of Stage 2, brake problems forced the team to take their No. 40 behind the wall. It was discovered that there was a master cylinder failure, forcing the team to retire to a 34th-place finish.

Full results from the event are available at

April 6, 2019 - Chad Finchum Races to Top-20 Performance in NASCAR Xfinity Series "Home Game"
1Bristol, Tennessee (04/06/19) - There's not a track on the NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule that is closer to home for Chad Finchum than Bristol Motor Speedway. In fact, it's the track that Finchum considers to be a home game.

On Saturday afternoon he capitalized on racing in familiary territory to take his Amana Brand Heating & Air Conditiong MBM Motorsports/ Kingsport Speedway No. 40 Smithbilt Homes Toyota Supra to a 20th-place.

"We were so fast in qualifying, and ended up 18th, which is our best qualifying effort of the season. I thought at one point we might be as high as 14th or so but we just missed it barely," Finchum said. "In the race we were good the whole day, and I thought we were going to end up with a Top-15 finish. I'm not disappointed with this finish by any means, but the flat tire late definitely cost us some spots. I couldn't be more proud to have such a great run with this great team at my home track." >>READ MORE