IT Coalition teams up with Kaz Grala and Fury Race Cars for NASCAR Xfinity race at Chicagoland

NASCAR driver Kaz Grala's carKaz Grala announced on Tuesday via his website that new sponsorship will allow him to continue his racing season this Saturday in the Overton’s 300 at the Chicagoland Speedway. “I am so excited to continue our streak with Fury Race Cars this weekend. I can’t thank Kiklos and IT Coalition enough for stepping up in a time when we needed it most to be able to make it to the racetrack. We debuted on a mile-and-a-half track about a month ago and picked up a top-10 finish, so I feel great about our program going into Chicagoland. We’re getting very close to the driver Playoff bubble and to the top-30 in owner points, which would be huge milestones for our company. Not only are we hungry to make our sponsors proud this weekend, but another solid performance could move us one step closer to our championship aspirations.” Grala enters this week’s race 15th in the Xfinity Series playoff point standings. The top 12 drivers in the standings will make the playoffs, so a good showing byt Grala this week could position him well for the playoff. Last season, at just 18 years old, Grala became the youngest driver in NASCAR history to win a national series race at Daytona.

TV coverage will begin on NBC Sports Network and Motor Racing Network Saturday June 30th at 3:30 PM ET. The race can also be streamed online at NBCsports.com.

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