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June 28, 2020 - Accident Ends Chad Finchum's Day Early at Pocono
1Long Pond, Pennsylvania (06/28/20) - Chad Finchum concluded a busy month of June with a trip to Pennsylvania's Pocono Raceway on Saturday. He took his MBM Motorsports entry into battle in the Pocono Green 225 Recycled by J.P. Mascaro & Sons with the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

Finchum started in the 27th position in his No. 13 entry, but unfortunately his outing came to an early end on lap 73 after being involved in an accident at the 2.5-mile tri-oval.

Chad was ultimately credited with a 26th-place finish in the final rundown.

Full results from the event are available at

June 20, 2020 - Finchum Shows Speed at Talladega Super Speedway
1Talladega, Alabama (06/20/20) - Chad Finchum invaded the 2.5-mile confines of Talladega Super Speedway on Saturday as the NASCAR Xfinity Series sanctioned the Unhinged 300.

Despite starting 30th on the grid in his Mohawk Market No. 13 MBM Motorsports / Smithbilt Homes/ Toyota Chad quickly worked his way to as high as the eighth position before adversity late in the race relegated him to a 22nd-place finish.

"What a day we had at Talladega Super Speedway. We started 30th and worked our way up into the eight position and was inside the Top 12-15 all day long before one oopsie on pit road on my part cost us track position. However, we rebounded from that nicelay and was looking to have a solid day. Unfortuantely, we got caught up in a late wreck with about 10 laps to go and ended up finishing 22nd," Finchum recollected. "I'm very proud of all my guys at MBM Motorsports for all they do for me and thankful for the opportunity from our great partnerhship with Mohawk Market. Next up Pocono!"

Full results from the event are available at

June 14, 2020 - Ups and Downs Highlight Finchum's Miami-Homestead Weekend
1Homestead, Florida (06/14/20) - Chad Finchum traveled to the Sunshine State over the weekend for a double bill of racing action with the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

The pilot of the MBM Motorsports/ CrashClaimsR.US No. 13 Smithbilt Homes/ Toyota experienced a range of highs and lows during the Saturday to Sunday affair.

The first round of the doubleheader came to life on Saturday with the Hooters 250. Starting 19th in the field, Finchum had a fast car from the drop of the green flag. However, difficulties reared their ugly head after Stage One, when he lost power steering.

Despite not having power steering Finchum wrestled his No. 13 inside the Top 25 until an electrical issue struck with just three laps to go, which forced him to retire. Chad was credited with a 30th-place finish.

On Sunday, the team would fair much better. After starting 30th on the grid in the Contender Boats 250, Finchum made gains all day and ultimately crossed the finish line in the 21st position. >>READ MORE

June 6, 2020 - Mechanical Issues Sideline Finchum Early at Atlanta
1Hampton, Georgia (06/06/20) - Saturday was a rough outing for Chad Finchum in his MBM Motorsports/ Carter's Royal Dispose All No. 13 Smithbilt Homes/ Ultra Commercial/ Apple Barn Toyota.

Mechanical issues early in the Echo Park 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway knocked the Tennessee racer out of the NASCAR Xfinity Series event.

"We had a good starting spot for the event in the 18th position, but right off the start of the race we had an issue and ended up falling back quickly. Ultimately, we ended up in the garage and out of the race early," Finchum said. "We had a right-front suspension that couldn't be overcome, but we are so thankful for all of our partners that were on board, including Carter's Royal Dispose All, Smithbilt Homes, Ultra Commercial, and Apple Barn. We will be back strong at Miami next weekend."

Retiring early, Chad was credited with a 34th-place finish.

Full results from the event are available at

June 1, 2020 - Electrical Fire Hampers Chad Finchum at Bristol Motor Speedway
1Bristol, Tennessee (06/01/20) - Monday evening took Chad to his favorite track on the NASCAR Xfinity Series circuit with a trip to Tennessee's Bristol Motor Speedway.

Chad drew the 17th starting spot at the 1/2-mile oval in his MBM Motorsports/ No. 13 Smithbilt Homes/ Toyota Knoxville/ Apple Barn Toyota.

He raced as high as the ninth position before a small fire on the dash forced him pitside. After repairs he rejoined the field and ultimately finished 24th.

"It was an interesting day at Bristol. We drew the 17th-starting spot. We were really good in the race battling between ninth and 15th, until we had an electrical fire under the dash during Stage 2," Finchum shared. "We had to spend some time on pit road with the team rewiring some things under the dash. After that our day was pretty much over. We got back out there and salvaged a 24th."