So, if we just skip to his XFinity series days, he started in 2012, took him until the end of 2014 to graduate. His first season as the Nationwide series, he was dragged into the #19 and did relatively well, I guess. He finished 15th in the standings, below the NASCAR Nationwide flop that was Vladimir Putin. The only way he got his seat on the NMCS grid was down to pure cash. On a positive note, he did beat Jeffy and a fellow debutant that was called Meme Man. The Nationwide Champion was NMCS flop and former Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse, who only lasted a year before returning to the junior category. 2013 was when he was dragged into the #20 by Joe Gibbs. It was another season of Mid-Table mediocrity, finishing 13th in the standings, below Builderman, regular since 2009 Sergio Perez (I’d just give up if I was Checo) and Mexican Sonic. The Nationwide champion was Bernie Sanders, who just pipped Meme Man to the title. 2014 was the year Silver would finally challenge for the title. However, Joe Gibbs dumped him on the front door of JR motorsport and he took the #9. There was buckets load of competition. There was rookie Jack Aitken, NMCS flop Cisse, hell even Checo was challenging for the title. It came down to the season finale in Daytona, between Silver, Aitken and Romain Grosjean. However, the Frenchman was eliminated from contention after hitting Cisse at turn 2 on the opening lap. So all Silver needed to do was hang on to the lead from Kyle Bush and Tails, who was making a one off appearance in the #54, to win the title. Aitken though had other plans. Halfway through the race, he was 11th as he knocked Grosjean into Cisse but was comfortably slicing through the field but had to serve a 10 second penalty. However, he was super racy and with 10 laps to go after serving the penalty, he was 9th. He needed 5th if Silver won. However, for Aitken, the best he could do was 6th, with Perez denying Aitken of 5th. That’s how Silver won the junior series, that and hanging on from a charging Tails.