Creed Fights Through Frustrating Day At The Lady In Black

May 12, 2024

DARLINGTON, S.C. – Sheldon Creed climbed out of his Toyota GR Supra after a steamy Saturday at Darlington Raceway and appeared visibly perplexed at his team’s struggles. Creed’s journey through the Crown Royal Purple Bag Project 200 was a rollercoaster throughout. He fought a tight race car early in green-flag runs, and though his speed would build over the…

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Creed Is Fourth At Dover After Frantic Lead Battle

April 28, 2024

DOVER, Del. – Sheldon Creed battled for the win late in Saturday’s BetRivers 200 at Dover Motor Speedway before ending up with a fourth-place finish for Joe Gibbs Racing. Driving the No. 18 Friends of Jaclyn Foundation Toyota GR Supra, Creed stayed among the top five virtually all afternoon, earning 13 stage points before inserting himself into the middle of…

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Creed Snags Sixth-Place Finish Amid ‘Dega Chaos

April 20, 2024

TALLADEGA, Ala. – A mile of good fortune on the final lap of Saturday’s Ag-Pro 300 allowed Sheldon Creed to escape Talladega Superspeedway with a sixth-place finish. Working through the chaotic lead pack through the tri-oval, Creed flared out to the extreme high lane and used a push from defending NASCAR Xfinity Seres champion Cole…

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Mechanical Issue Derails Sheldon Creed At Richmond

March 30, 2024

RICHMOND, Va. – A frustrating spring stretch in the NASCAR Xfinity Series continued Saturday for Sheldon Creed, after a third problem in four races resulted in his first DNF of the year. Creed, who has three top-five finishes to his credit in his first season with Joe Gibbs Racing, fell out of Saturday’s ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway just before the…

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Creed On Atlanta: ‘The Racing Was Really Bad’

February 25, 2024

HAMPTON, Ga. – Sheldon Creed may have left Atlanta Motor Speedway with his fourth straight top-five finish in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition Saturday night, but he was hardly impressed by the on-track product. Creed capitalized late as several frontrunners ran out of fuel during an overtime restart at the end of the Raptor King of Tough 250, ultimately ending up fourth…

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Creed Serving As A Champion In The Fight Against Cancer

February 18, 2024

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Sheldon Creed is kicking off his new NASCAR Xfinity Series chapter with Joe Gibbs Racing with a worthwhile cause aboard his No. 18 Toyota GR Supra. Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, in partnership with Leukemia Dare to Dream and the Team Parker initiative, is adorning Creed’s racecar for the first two races of the Xfinity Series season at Daytona…

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Sheldon Creed acquires Whelen sponsorship, replacing Myatt Snider in RCR #2

October 10, 2021

When he begins his NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie season in 2022, Sheldon Creed will be sporting a red-and-white livery. Richard Childress Racing announced Saturday that Creed will drive the #2 Chevrolet Camaro with sponsorship from Whelen Engineering. Creed, currently in the hunt for his second straight Camping World Truck Series championship, signed with RCR in mid-September for the full 2022 Xfinity season. He made three starts…

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LiftKits4Less Partner with Sheldon Creed and GMS Racing

May 27, 2021

GMS Racing officials announced today that will sponsor Sheldon Creed’s No. 2 Chevrolet Silverado for 12 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races this season beginning on Friday night’s event at Charlotte Motor Speedway. “I’m extremely thankful to for coming on board with us this season,” said Creed. “Our team is competitive week in…

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Truck Series champ Sheldon Creed wins at Darlington

May 7, 2021

DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) – Reigning NASCAR Truck Series champion Sheldon Creed won for the first time this season, moving past Ben Rhodes on a restart three laps from the end and holding on for victory at Darlington Raceway on Friday night. Creed raced to his sixth career victory. He’d been shut out since he won…

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Runner-up Sheldon Creed at odds with Ben Rhodes after Daytona Road Course run-ins

February 20, 2021

By Zack Albert February 20, 2021  at 12:03 AM Sheldon Creed won the Camping World Truck Series’ first crack at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course last August, calling his Triple Truck Challenge bonus cash-in “rad.” The second go-round on the 3.61-mile circuit was gnarly in its own mixed-fortune way, but the defending series champion still contended…

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