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PIT CREW ATHLETES

 

Blake Houston

NO. 11 FRONT CHANGER

Thomas Hatcher

NO. 18 FRONT CHANGER

Hunter Masling

NO. 19 FRONT CHANGER

Jackson Gibbs

NO. 20 FRONT CHANGER

Houston Stamper

NO. 23 FRONT CHANGER

Bryan Backus

NO. 45 FRONT CHANGER

Mike Hicks

NO. 11 REAR CHANGER

Lee Cunningham

NO. 18 REAR CHANGER

Deven Youker

NO. 19 REAR CHANGER

AJ Rosini

NO. 20 REAR CHANGER

Adam Riley

NO. 23 REAR CHANGER

Marcus Horton

NO. 45 REAR CHANGER

Jake Holmes

NO. 11 CARRIER

CJ Bailey

NO. 18 CARRIER

Dylan Dowell

NO. 19 CARRIER

Nick McBeath

NO. 20 CARRIER

Joe Crossen

NO. 23 CARRIER

Josh Shipplett

NO. 45 CARRIER

Derrell Edwards

NO. 11 JACKMAN

Kellen Mills

NO. 18 JACKMAN

Joel Bouagnon

NO. 19 JACKMAN

Caleb Dirks

NO. 20 JACKMAN

Nate McBride

NO. 23 JACKMAN

Jorden Paige

NO. 45 JACKMAN

Justin White

NO. 11 GASMAN

Matt Tyrrell

NO. 18 GASMAN

Kenneth Purcell

NO. 19 GASMAN

Josh Pech

NO. 20 GASMAN

Bailey Walker

NO. 23 GASMAN

Brian Dheel

NO. 45 GASMAN

PIT STOP STATISTICS

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A NASCAR Cup Series four-tire pit stop is broken up into nine specific statistics based on position that Joe Gibbs Racing uses to determine speed and efficiency for each member of a five-person pit crew.

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Jackman Stats
 

RSTI (Right Side Tire Install) – The time it takes the jackman to mount a new wheel on the right side of the car. The clock starts when the car stops and ends when the jackman’s new right-side wheel is mounted.

 

RSLS-JM (Right Side to Left Side Jackman Transition) – The time it takes the jackman to move from the right to the left side of the car. The clock starts when he drops the jack on the right side and stops once he jacks the car up on the left side.

 

LSTI (Left Side Tire Install) – The time it takes the jackman to lift and mount a new wheel on the left side of the car. The clock starts when the car is lifted up on the left side and ends when the jackman’s new left-side wheel is mounted.

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Tire Carrier Stats

 

RSTI (Right Side Tire Install) – The time it takes the tire carrier to lift and mount a new wheel on the right side of the car. The clock starts when the car stops and ends when the carrier’s new right-side wheel is mounted.

 

RSLS-CA (Right Side to Left Side Carrier Transition) – The time it takes to carry the old right-side wheel and tire around the front the of the car, collect a new wheel and tire, and mount it onto the left-side hub.

 

LSTI (Left Side Tire Install) – The time it takes the tire carrier to mount a new wheel on the left side of the car. The clock starts when the car is lifted up on the left side and ends when the carrier’s new left-side wheel is mounted.

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Tire Changer Stats

 

RSTR (Right Side Tire Removal) – The time it takes the tire changer to remove the used wheel on the right side of the car. The clock starts when the car stops and ends when the tire changer’s old right-side wheel is removed.

 

RSLS-TCH (Right Side to Left Side Tire Changer Transition) – The time it takes the tire changer to move from the right side of the car to the left side. The clock begins once the tire changer completes install of the right-side lug nut and stops once the tire changer removes the left-side lug nut.

 

LSTR (Left Side Tire Removal) – The time it takes the tire changer to remove the used wheel on the left side of the car. The clock starts when the car is lifted up on the left side and ends when the tire changer’s old left-side wheel is removed.

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Gasman Stats

 

RFS1 (Refueling Speed Can 1) – The time it takes the gasman to plug the first fuel can into to the fuel opening once the car comes to a stop. The clock starts when the car stops and ends when the gasman plugs in/starts flowing fuel with the first fuel can.

 

RFS2 (Refueling Speed Can 2) – The time it takes the gasman to plug the second fuel can into to the fuel opening after removing the first fuel can. The clock starts when the gasman unplugs/stops flowing fuel with the first fuel can, and ends when the gasman plugs in/starts flowing fuel with the second fuel can.

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