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Contesting the pink #76 BSI Racing entry in the Toyota GR Cup North America program, Steven Clemons Jr. will return to the track this weekend at Road America. Set to take on the 4.048-mile, 14-turn Road America, Clemons is looking to build upon the momentum gained at the most recent on-track action during the Music City Grand Prix in Nashville, Tennessee.

“Road America is a fast track and often turns out to be a game of chess in these lower horsepower cars,” explained BSI Racing’s Shea Holbrook. “I am confident that both team and driver are prepared as we look to continue to build upon our recent top-ten performance from Nashville.”

Starting deeper in the field due to thunderstorms canceling qualifying, Clemons drove into the top-ten despite the race being slowed due to several caution periods. Finishing behind the pace car and unable to attack for additional positions late in the race, the #76 BSI Racing machine crossed the line just inside the top-ten with a ninth-place result.

Holbrook continued, “Steven proved that he has the speed and race prowess to advance forward. It was a shame that qualifying was canceled and that the race ended under yellow, as I truly believe that he could have fought for a top-five result.”

Switching from the barrier-lined street circuit to the picturesque and wide-open Road America, Clemons and BSI Racing will hit the track Friday for a pair of practice sessions. Saturday and Sunday will feature two separate race days with qualifying in the morning and wheel-to-wheel racing in the afternoon.

Shea Holbrook added, “It is a big change going from a street circuit to a natural terrain permanent road course, but we are ready for both Road America and the rest of the season.”

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Photo: Halston Pitman

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