By May 11, 2019 May 13th, 2019 News
Sheldon Creed, No. 2 Chevy Accessories Chevrolet Silverado
START: 9th FINISH: 19th POINTS: 10th
Notes & Quotes:—– Creed had a strong Silverado at Kansas, finishing eighth in stage one and fifth in stage two after leading early in the stage. A penalty on Lap 87 for an uncontrolled tire mired Creed back in the pack where he battled a loose handling Silverado and heavy traffic for the remainder of the race.- Creed led twice for a total of 12 laps.”Our Chevy Accessories Silverado started off good, if just a little loose in the beginning. We ended up eighth in the first stage and we started up front in stage two and stayed out front for a bit. I feel like that was the strongest our truck was all night. One bad pit stop puts you behind and then you need to make up ground from there. I was battling slower trucks and I would get so loose in dirty air and just ended up in the fence and the whole night snowballed from there. That’s how it is sometimes. Our pit guys are good and sometimes situations happen. I made a mistake last week, they made one this week. We win as a team and we lose as a team. Now it’s on to Charlotte.” 
Brett Moffitt, No. 24 Central Plains Cement Company / Concrete Supply Chevrolet Silverado
Notes & Quotes:—– Brett Moffitt qualified inside the top 10 for the seventh consecutive race this season. With an 8th place finish Moffitt earned his fifth top 10 finish of 2019.- Moffitt advances to second in driver standings, 13 points behind the leader.- Moffitt was involved in an incident with the 98 on Lap 140 while battling for the second position. Moffitt was forced to pit to for a flat tire and restarted tail end of the lead lap.”It’s really unfortunate that we got caught up in that incident with the 98 (Grant Enfinger). I feel like we might have been able to give the 52 (Stewart Friesen) a run for his money but we’ll never know. I got pinched down with no room and just had no where to go but up the track and collect him a bit as well. Luckily I was able to save it with minimal damage to our Chevy Silverado. That’s not the first time I’ve been raced hard like that this year and I’m sure it won’t be the last but I’ll remember it moving forward. I just can’t thank my team enough and the entire GMS organization for the opportunity. Our time is coming.”