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Quiet Day Nets Love Eighth Place In Darlington Debut

May 12, 2024

DARLINGTON, S.C. – An uneventful afternoon at the Track Too Tough to Tame left Jesse Love with an eighth-place finish in Saturday’s Crown Royal Purple Bag Project 200. Love, who was making his debut at historic Darlington Raceway, comfortably earned points in both stages and ran among the top 10 all day at the 1.366-mile,…

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Flat Tire Derails Jesse Love’s Solid Dover Afternoon

April 28, 2024

DOVER, Del. – Jesse Love led laps during Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series BetRivers 200 before a mid-race flat tire scuttled his afternoon at Dover Motor Speedway. Love used pit strategy to “flip the script” at the first stage break of the day, pitting under caution at lap 30 and then staying out at the lap-45 benchmark to gain track position…

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‘Dega Win For Love Highlights Banner Race Face Weekend

April 22, 2024

NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. (April 22, 2024) – Race Face Brand Development’s lineup of drivers put together one of the organization’s most successful stretches of racing ever over the weekend. Led by Jesse Love’s breakthrough NASCAR Xfinity Series victory at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, racers working with Race Face’s team of branding professionals combined for four…

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Love Finally Drafts To First Xfinity Series Victory

April 20, 2024

TALLADEGA, Ala. – The third time on a drafting track turned out to be the charm for NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie Jesse Love. Finishing the job that he couldn’t quite achieve two months ago at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway, Love made an extended fuel run of 55 laps pay off Saturday in double overtime at…

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Love Extends Xfinity Series Top-10 Streak In Texas

April 15, 2024

FORT WORTH, Texas – After starting from the pole and slipping back early, Jesse Love soldiered to his fifth-straight top-10 finish in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway. Love started his weekend off at the 1.5-mile quad-oval by writing another chapter of history into the Xfinity Series record books, earning his third career pole in just his…

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Love Nabs Fourth-Straight Xfinity Series Top 10

April 8, 2024

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – It might not have been pretty at times, but Jesse Love and Richard Childress Racing still got out of Martinsville Speedway with a ninth-place finish over the weekend. After qualifying 11th for the DUDE Wipes 250, Love scrapped among the top-10 runners for most of Saturday night’s race before an overtime scramble…

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Late Strategy Call Lifts Love To Richmond Top-Five

March 31, 2024

RICHMOND, Va. – It wasn’t necessarily flashy, but Jesse Love snagged his third consecutive top-six finish Saturday during the NASCAR Xfinity Series‘ ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway. Love, who qualified eighth but spent most of the first half of the race battling just outside the top 10 at the three-quarter-mile oval, benefited from late-race pit strategy to carve…

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‘Bittersweet Domination’ As Love’s Fuel Runs Dry

February 24, 2024

HAMPTON, Ga. – As heartbroken as Jesse Love was in the first moments after he climbed from his racecar Saturday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway, he still could do nothing but chuckle. That was the dichotomy of the moment for the 19-year-old NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie, who utterly dominated the Raptor King of Tough 250, only to come up short…

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Love Makes Xfinity Series History In Atlanta Qualifying

February 23, 2024

HAMPTON, Ga. – Not even two weeks into his NASCAR Xfinity Series career, 19-year-old Jesse Love continues to make history with Richard Childress Racing. Love rocketed to the pole position during Friday evening’s qualifying session at Atlanta Motor Speedway, posting a blistering time of 31.874 seconds (173.935 mph) in the second and final knockout round with his No. 2 Whelen Chevrolet…

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‘Big Steam’ Carries Love To Daytona Xfinity Pole

February 17, 2024

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Richard Childress Racing continued its superspeedway qualifying mastery Saturday afternoon at Daytona Int’l Speedway, but not with the driver everyone expected. Rookie Jesse Love, making his first ever NASCAR Xfinity Series appearance, rocketed to the pole for the season opening United Rentals 300. It marked the third straight Daytona Xfinity pole for RCR. Driving the No. 2…

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