Jordan Anderson enters Kentucky Speedway with a new crew chief. Wally Rogers posted on Twitter earlier in the week that he had joined the team. Anderson confirmed via text message that Kevin Eagle, who had previously served as crew chief, has moved on to Niece Motorsports. Rogers, who has served as a crew chief in all three of NASCAR’s top series and has wins in the Xfinity and Truck series, will now sit atop the pit box for Anderson.
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— Jordan Anderson (@j66anderson) July 10, 2019