Acronis makes its 2020 debut aboard Ryan Newman’s machine this weekend in Kentucky. Acronis was the primary for select races in the 2019 campaign and was set to make its season debut at Atlanta in March, but adjusted its schedule due to implications from COVID-19.
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Newman will make his 10th Cup start at Kentucky Speedway on Sunday. In nine prior events, Newman has an average finish of 14.4 with three top-fives.
Most recently, Newman earned a ninth-place finish last July at the 1.5-mile track after leading 15 laps. He also has a pair of third-place results, the first in 2014 and again in 2016. He also crossed the line fourth in the first-ever Cup series race back in 2011.
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