Ryan Heuser finally ended his 2022 winless streak by capturing his first career road course victory two weeks ago at Sonoma. The Championship may be a loss for the QSM #138 team, but the confidence strikes in perfect time to fly back into the power rankings. Bill Werkheiser earns the pole for the time since Indianapolis of last year, leading two laps before falling to the wolves for an 18th place finish. This pole may present a different story as the #6 has shown plenty of speed over the past several events. Werkhesier has finished 16th or better in the previous six races, looking to secure his first victory in over a half-decade. Atop the standings, Johnny Reed Foley's five-straight top-8 finishes has propelled him only 49 points behind leader Tony Pizzaro. Both Pizzaro and Zach Michael have been slumping as of late, still ahead of the rest of the field despite enduring a 13th-place average finish this season. It's been competitive all year. Look for another surprise winner at Nashville Superspeedway!