Roush Fenway Racing releases No. 60 Ford development team driver schedule
Roush Fenway Racing has announced the full 2018 driver schedule for the No. 60 Ford Mustang, that will feature the trio of talented young up-and-coming Ford Development drivers Austin Cindric, Chase Briscoe and Ty Majeski competing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series.
The trio are part of a development team, known as #TheProgram60, designed to continue the progression and development of the three drivers with collaboration from Ford Performance and Team Penske.
The trio will look to build on the rich history of Roush Fenway’s No. 60 that includes a NASCAR record 93 wins and almost 16,000 laps led. NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin was a dominating fixture in the car in the 90s and Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle and Chris Buescher each drove the car to NXS championships.
Drummond picked up his fourth foul early in the third quarter, sending him back to the bench. Brooklyn quickly moved the lead to 11 as Detroit struggled to get open shots.
Detroit trailed by nine going into the fourth quarter. Smith’s 3-pointer with 2:58 left tied it at 92.
This was huge, said Joe Harris, who had 12 points for Brooklyn. We’re getting into these games and we’re finally starting to finish them.
Nets: D’Angelo Russell played 14 minutes in his second game back from a knee injury, finishing with three points and one assist. … The win ended Brooklyn’s four-game losing streak in Detroit.
Not only did Harrison play a solid amount, but the Patriots also dropped him in coverage repeatedly — it’s telling that the newly acquired veteran could immediately be New England’s best linebacker in space. Harrison also displayed an ability to set the edge versus the run, which was something younger Pats defenders have struggled with this season.
Coach Bill Belichick praised the effort Harrison put in leading up to the game.