LOUDON, N.H. — is paying tribute to crew chief Nick Harrison, who died overnight after Saturday’s .

announced Harrison’s death during the driver’s meeting before Sunday’s race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and honored him with a pre-race moment of silence. No details were given.

The 37-year-old Harrison was crew chief for Justin Haley, who finished in 13th place Saturday. In Harrison’s first season with Kaulig Racing, Haley had two top-five finishes and finished 12 times in the top 10.

“Not just a crew chief, but a friend to everyone who knew him,” Haley wrote on Twitter. “I, and everyone at Kaulig Racing are devastated. He will be greatly missed.”

According to , Harrison was a veteran crew chief with all three national series since 2006. His teams won five s with drivers Austin Dillon, Paul Menard and Kurt Busch, who were all driving Sunday.

“We all lost a friend last night. We love you Nick Harrison. You were a leader, and a great friend to all,” Busch posted on Twitter. “Nick really helped me rebuild my career when I was at a low point. RIP.”