Jeb Burton to make the XFinity career of -100 begins in Darlington

Competing in the full time of the second season at the Nascar Xfinity Series, Jeb Burton is within the initial reach of the milestone.

Competing on the Xfinity event this weekend at Darlington Raceway, driver No. 27

We Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro will make his -100 career begins at the Xfinity Circuit.

A native of Halifax, Virginia, and Putra Champion Daytona 500 2002, Ward Burton,

Jeb made his first presence at the Xfinity Circuit in Kentucky Speedway in September 2013.

At that time, he competed to get the title of the world trucking series with the World Turner Scott series Motorsports

and has achieved its first series victory at Texas Motor Speedway in June.

Driving Chevrolet Camaro No. 34 for TSM, Burton starts to -13 and is in the eighth sequence of its Xfinity debut.

He then made his own Xfinity in early 2014 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May with the Denbeste Racing, where he finished 15th.

Two years later, Burton joined Richard Petty Motorsports with a full -time XFINITY competitor at Ford Mustang No. 43.

He started the season with the 25th place in Daytona International Speedway in February,

but rebounds during the following weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway by finishing in the 10th place.

However, after 11 events scheduled for the first,

Burton was left without a full time journey after the Xfinity RPM team stopped operating.

He finally rejointed with racing Biabagi-Denbete for three events for the rest of the season,

where he finished in the top 20 in all starting.

In 2017, Burton made a total of six Xfinity begins with JGL Racing, where he scored his first five career in Daytona in July with the fourth finish.

He then made a total of three starts for Richard Childress Racing in 2018,

where he reached a pair of 12th place in Richmond Raceway in April and at the Speedway Motor Dover in May.


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