PR - Pavement B.J. McLeod Motorsports (BJMM) will welcome back Ryan Preece, as the driver of the team’s No. 5 Ford Mustang at Nashville this weekend...


When the NASCAR Xfinity Series returns to Nashville Superspeedway on June 25th, B.J. McLeod
Motorsports (BJMM) will welcome back Ryan Preece, as the driver of the team’s No. 5 Ford

Making his final scheduled Xfinity Series start in 2022, the two-time series winner and Stewart-
Haas Racing “reserve driver” last competed for BJMM at Charlotte, in May. Preece started 3rd and
finished 5th in that event while leading ten laps. Preece is the defending winner of the Camping
World Truck Series race at Nashville and will again compete in that event, preceding the Xfinity
Series race, for David Gilliland Racing.

“B.J. McLeod Motorsports is honored to have Ryan join forces with our team for his last
scheduled Xfinity Series start of the year,” said B.J. McLeod Motorsports owner, B.J. McLeod.
“Preece is a talented and top-performing driver on the track and we are excited to see what he
can accomplish in the Tennessee Lottery 250.”

Joining Preece and BJMM for the event at Nashville will be United Rentals. The world’s largest
equipment rental company has previously sponsored Preece in three Camping World Truck
Series events in 2022, as well as his Cup Series start at Dover, in early May.


At Nashville, Preece and United Rentals will continue to show their support for military veterans
and their families, through the Turns for Troops program. For every lap that the No. 5 Ford
Mustang completes, United Rentals will donate $50 to Operation Homefront, a national
nonprofit founded in the wake of September 11 to build strong, stable and secure military
families. To date, in 2022, United Rentals has raised over $88,000 through the Turns for Troops
program and their motorsports sponsorships. To learn more about Turns for Troops and to find
out how you can Operation Homefront, visit

“It’s such an honor for me to represent United Rentals and to be a part of what they are doing for
veterans and their families, through Turns for Troops”, said Preece. “We raised $20,000 for
Operation Homefront at Dover and I’m looking forward to adding to that total at Nashville”.
“We've had fast Ford Mustangs in both races I’ve competed in for BJMM this season and
Nashville has been a great track for me, personally, so I’m confident we will be able to pick right
back up from where we were at Charlotte, battling at the front”.

B.J. McLeod Motorsports looks forward to seeing Ryan Preece pilot the No. 5 and is excited to see
what they can accomplish together. All parties are eager to hit the track and encourage Ryan
Preece and BJMM fans to tune in on Saturday, June 25th, at 3:30 PM EST to watch the race on