Winchester: Bryan Silas pre-race notes

Bryan Silas, Fast Track Racing, No. 11 Nortrax-Holland Pump-Shell Rotella T- Palm Beach Grading (PBG) Chevrolet Monte Carlo Kansas Recap: In his ARCA RE/MAX Series (ARS) debut at Kansas Speedway, Silas finished 22nd after matching a career-best...

Bryan Silas, Fast Track Racing, No. 11 Nortrax-Holland Pump-Shell Rotella T- Palm Beach Grading (PBG) Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Kansas Recap: In his ARCA RE/MAX Series (ARS) debut at Kansas Speedway, Silas finished 22nd after matching a career-best speedway qualifying effort of 16th last Friday. Silas also made his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS) debut in last Saturday's O'Reilly 250 starting 36th and finishing a respected 29th.

Inaugural Winchester Event: Silas will make his first ever ARCA RE/MAX Series start at Winchester Speedway on Sunday afternoon. While Silas's resume includes the short tracks of Berlin Raceway, Toledo Speedway, USA International Speedway and Salem Speedway, the Winchester ARCA 200 will be the first ever battle at Central Indiana-based track.

Testing, Testing, Testing: Bryan Silas and Fast Track Racing quickly headed from Kansas Speedway to Kentucky Speedway this past weekend to participate in the open test session at the 1.5-mile speed plant on Monday. Silas is preparing for his Bluegrass debut at the Sparta-Kentucky based track next weekend.

Fast Track Racing, Winchester Pre-Race Quotes:

Bryan Silas

On Kansas: "We didn't have the run we were looking for in the ARCA RE/MAX Series, but we'll regroup and try again this weekend at Winchester. The last time we were on a short track, we had a top-10 finish; we'll look to do that again on Sunday."

On His NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Debut At Kansas: "It was something I will never forget it. I think we did everything we needed to do last Saturday. The run paid off because NASCAR approved us to run the next truck race at Lowes Motor Speedway in two weeks, so it will be a busy couple of weeks for us, but we'll be ready."

On Winchester Speedway: "I like short track racing. It should be a weekend of fun. I honestly think we have a chance at running up front and winning the race. If we can't win, we just want to finish the best we can and collect some points and stay in the hunt."

On Early Season Success: "We're ahead of our game. I think we've made some excellent progress with our ARCA program this season and we still have a long way to go. I only think our start and finishes will only improve and I wouldn't count us out for a win or two by seasons end."

-credit: ftr

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