RFK Looks At ‘Big Picture’ Ahead Of Martinsville Must-Win

17 RFK Racing NASCAR Cup Series team not to hang their heads in disappointment after driver Chris Buescher opened the Round of 8 with two finishes outside the top 10. Buescher’s 21st-place finish last week at Homestead-Miami Speedway put the No. What you’ve done this year has exceeded expectations,’” said crew chief Scott Graves. While the Round of 8 is the farthest the Buescher and Graves combination has made it in the playoffs, both want to push onward to the Championship 4. “It’s still in front of us to get if we want it,” Graves said. “Not just Chris (Buescher) and I, but the engineers, car chief — it’s brought us all a little closer in terms of communication,” Graves said. “This is all a learning experience for us,” Graves said.

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