Windham natives pull their weight at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

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Derek Kneeland is the spotter for the No. 42 Target Chevrolet driven by Kyle Larson on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Kneeland acts as Larson's "eyes in the sky" during the race relaying information from high atop the grandstand via team radios. Larson finished second behind Denny Hamlin in the Overton's 301 on Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway after starting tail end of the field due to a rules violation in qualifying.Photo and caption courtesy of Lori Jo Rich.

LOUDEN, N.H. and WINDHAM, Me. – Derek Kneeland and Brett Morrell, both Windham natives, are on crews for different NASCAR drivers who raced at New Hampshire Motor speedway in Louden, N.H., on the weekend of July 14-16.

Derek Kneeland is the spotter for the No. 42 Target Chevrolet driven by Kyle Larson on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Kneeland acts as Larson’s “eyes in the sky” during the race relaying information from high atop the grandstand via team radios. Larson finished second behind Denny Hamlin in the Overton’s 301 on Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway after starting tail end of the field due to a rules violation in qualifying.

Photo and caption courtesy of Lori Jo Rich.

Brett Morrell is shown here with his dad, Dale, prior to the start of the Overton’s 301 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at NHMS. Morrell is the front tire carrier for Clint Bowyer’s No. 14 Nature’s Bakery/Feeding America Ford. Morrell also works in the Stewart-Haas Racing shop during the week helping to prepare the No. 4 car driven by Kevin Harvick on the MENCS.

Photo and caption courtesy of Lori Jo Rich.

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