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Past Fantasy Outlooks
Hasn't raced in NASCAR since 2017, and is largely inactive at this point.
Keselowski and Logano will be expected to make the maximum of seven starts each behind the wheel of the No. 22 Ford. Aside from that all-star duo we should see a steady diet of Blaney, Sam Hornish Jr. and possibly even Austin Cindric. This team amassed a four-combined victories among this same driver rotation last season. That speaks to the incredible speed, team strength and resources available at Penske. Given the team’s all-star driving lineup, and unquestionable strength and expertise, the No. 22 Ford team should be among the top multi-driver teams in the Xfinity Series again in 2018. Hornish made six starts for Penske in 2017, collecting one win and three Top-10 finishes.
Hornish is a free agent driver in 2016.
Hornish will return and challenge for the Nationwide Series championship again this season. The Penske veteran was quite consistent in 2012 with 22 Top-10 finishes and an average finish of 9.7 that was among the best in the series. However, Hornish was held out of victory lane despite all his consistency. The No. 12 Ford team will refocus under new leadership in the upcoming season. Gone is crew chief Chad Walter, and in his place atop the war wagon is veteran chief Greg Erwin. Erwin has Sprint Cup Series victories and Chase appearances in his resume with Roush driver Greg Biffle. The knowledge and experience he brings to the table should help the No. 12 team and Hornish, but it will take the prerequisite time period for the two develop some chemistry.
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Runner-up Finish at Charlotte
Hornish Jr. finished second in the Drive for the Cure 300 Xfinity Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway Saturday night.
Leads Finaly Xfinity Practice at Charlotte
Hornish Jr. was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the Drive for the Cure 300 Xfinity Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway Saturday. He turned a fast lap of 182.420 mph.
Wins the First Energy Trans Am 100
Hornish Jr. won the First Energy Tans Am 100 Xfinity Series race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Saturday afternoon.
Wins Xfinity Pole at Mid-Ohio
Hornish Jr. won the pole for the First Energy Tans Am 100 Xfinity Series race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Saturday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 96.863 mph.
Fast Xfinity Practice at Mid-Ohio
Hornish Jr. was fastest in Happy Hour practice for the First Energy Tans Am 100 Xfinity Series race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Saturday morning. He turned a fast lap of 94.857 mph.