James Buescher, former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion and current NASCAR Nationwide Series driver for RAB Racing, and his wife Kris announced on Twitter this morning that their daughter Presley Mercedes was born last night.
It's the second child for the Bueschers, who adopted son Stetson Rees last summer. Born on July 26, Stetson celebrated his first trip to the track 22 days later by going to Victory Lane at Michigan International Speedway following his father's win in a Camping World Truck Series event.
If Presley wants to match her brother's feat, she should attend the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. July 12 would be 24 days after her birth.
Both parents tweeted the news this morning, and from Kris's image, it appears that she's resting comfortably.
James Buescher is scheduled to drive his No. 99 Rheem Toyota in the Gardner Denver 200 Fired Up By Johnsonville at Road America on Saturday at 2:45 p.m. ET on ABC.
Welcome to the world princess! Presley Mercedes 5 lbs 13 oz 17 inches born at 9:31 PM pic.twitter.com/86yo6d9r02— Kris Buescher (@Kris_Buescher) June 19, 2014
What a whirlwind yesterday was! Welcome to the world Presley Mercedes! 5 lbs 13 oz 17 in born at 9:31 PM. pic.twitter.com/fD9w7m78NZ— James Buescher (@JamesBuescher) June 19, 2014