It is tough to break the surface and get into the glitzy world of NASCAR. But whoever has done this will attest that staying your ground in this competitive environment is the real challenge. This is not something that the faint of hearts can accomplish. People like Hamlin, Harvick, and Busch have held their ground for years because of one singular factor, consistency. Still, there are a lot more factors that come into play.
The Grand Comeback
In the competitive world of NASCAR, some racers attain the status of a god amongst mortals. While some are just destined to grovel in the darkness. One such case is Jack Roush’s former driver Ryan Reed. Reed is a former racer who broke into the NASCAR scene back in the 2010s. The RFR team backed Reed, and when the team folded back in 2018, Reed vanished along with it.
Years later, the #66 racer is believed to be preparing for his comeback. But is he worth saving? Well, racing fans will be quite surprised to know that the former part-time driver has been part of an impressive number of 171 races over the course of 6 years in Xfinity. Out of all these races, the driver clinched two victories and managed to be in the top 10 in at least 27 races. In fact, he was one of the rising stars of NASCAR who showed a great deal of promise, even after being diagnosed with diabetes around the same time. The last time anybody saw Reed in his element was back in 2018.
Cut to the present, MBM Motorsport just dropped the news that Ryan Reed is all set to re-enter the Xfinity Series and will tear up the tarmac in Las Vegas this October 14th. In an elaborate post, Dustin Albino broke the news to NASCAR fans saying, “MBM Motorsports has Ryan Reed listed as the driver of the No. 66 this weekend. Reed hasn’t made a NASCAR start since 2021. No Xfinity starts since 2018.” This definitely piqued fans’ interest as they are eager to witness re-entry into the circuit. Keep following our page for more sports-related content.