Going into the weekend at Texas, Trevor Bayne was holding his own at 4th in the Nationwide Series point standings. But even with the high ranking and three Top 10 finishes in Nationwide so far this year, the #60 Roush Fenway Racing team was unable to secure funding for Texas. What’s next for Bayne and his team?
Bayne spent the race in the stands instead of behind the wheel, falling back to 7th place. And even though he had a ride for the first Sprint Cup race under the lights, his fortunes weren’t much better. Bayne led the final Sprint Cup practice at Texas, but finished 28th in the Samsung Mobile 500 after a run-in with the wall.
Still, he is remarkably positive. He says it’s his faith that God always has him where he’s supposed to be that gets him through. Tori talks Texas, sponsors, faith and life off the track with NASCAR’s Trevor Bayne.