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Dylan Lupton Looking for Redemption in the Desert

  • Dylan Lupton has two previous NASCAR Xfinity Series starts at ISM Raceway; he finished 19th in both events (spring of 2015 and spring of 2016)
  • This will be Lupton’s first Phoenix start with JGL Racing
  • The west coast native has participated in five events at the track in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West
  • In those five K&N starts, he earned one top five and two top-10 finishes, bringing home a best finish of fifth in November of 2014
  • Lupton also made one NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at the Phoenix facility in 2016
  • Last week, Lupton announced a new partnership with west coast-based Fatal Clothing, which will be on the B-post of the No. 28 throughout the season


“We’re looking to get our season back on track this weekend at ISM Raceway after a rough weekend that ended early in Vegas. This will be my ninth visit to ISM Raceway and third Xfinity race there, so I am excited to get to a track that I have experience at and where JGL Racing has shown strength in the last few years. ISM Raceway always produces fun racing, especially with the dogleg that you’re able to cut leading into Turn 3. I would like to thank thinQ Technology Partners and Fatal Clothing for their support this weekend.”

Crash Ends Lupton's Day Early in Las Vegas

  • Start: 22nd
  • Stage 1 End: Out
  • Stage 2 End: Out
  • Finish: 40th
  • Status: Accident
  • Laps Completed: 5/200
  • Driver Standings: 28th

This was Dylan Lupton’s first start at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

“Today was a disappointing way to start off the West Coast swing. We were all right in practice and qualifying; we were struggling with handling over the bumps through Turn 1 and 2 and we were loose in Turns 3 and 4. We fired off pretty good in the beginning of the race and started making a few passes, but then our race was cut short. Coming off Turn 4, I came through the tri-oval and was turned while fighting for the same real estate as the No. 39 car. After that, we made hard contact with the inside wall and that sent us to the garage. I hate that our day ended the way it did, especially because we had a good racecar. We will work hard these next few days and get ready for Phoenix and California. I want to thank my guys for all their hard work and thinQ Technology Partners and Fatal Clothing for their support.”