BUSCH: Darlington II: Kenny Wallace preview

Kenny Wallace on Darlington... "I'm looking forward to getting back to Darlington. The Stacker 2®/YJ Stinger® Chevy ran really well there in the spring, so I can't wait to race at the Lady in Black again. "Being a Busch Series veteran ...

Kenny Wallace on Darlington...

"I'm looking forward to getting back to Darlington. The Stacker 2®/YJ Stinger® Chevy ran really well there in the spring, so I can't wait to race at the Lady in Black again.

"Being a Busch Series veteran really is an advantage at this track. You have to know how to manage your tires because they really wear out really fast on the abrasive surface. The more laps a driver has around this track, the more of an advantage he has. I have over 2,500 race laps around the track Too Tough to Tame, so I think that it gives my Stacker 2®/YJ Stinger® team a definite advantage.

"My Stacker 2®/YJ Stinger® team has really been on its game the last five weeks. They have given me great cars, and we have some really strong finishes. We really want to finish off the year on a high note, and I am looking forward to Saturday's race. We've really learned a lot about the cars this year, and it has shown in the past couple of weeks. We need to hold on to our top-10 spot in the NASCAR Busch Series points, and I think that a solid finish this weekend will solidify a spot at the banquet in Orlando."

Kenny Wallace Happenings ...

Wallace will make the final stop on the 2004 Race to Bee Safe tour at Hartsville (S.C.) High School, Thursday, Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. Wallace will talk to the students about the responsibilities that go along with driving a vehicle. Wallace and a local law enforcement officer try to convey to the high school students that a car is a weapon and needs to be treated with respect. The 2004 Race to BEE Safe program has been an overwhelming success not only for the students to which Wallace has spoken, but also Wallace personally because he has educated students on the importance of safe driving and the responsibilities that go along with being behind the wheel of a vehicle.

Get to Know Jack...One-year-old Jack Sable suffers from a chromosome disorder that affects many people in the United States. When Stacker 2® heard about Jack and his condition, it took the family under its wing. For every lap Wallace and the Stacker 2®/YJ Stinger® team completes this year, NVE Pharmaceuticals, the parent company of Stacker 2®, will donate $1 to the Sable family to help pay for Jack's medical costs. With the strong finishes that Kenny Wallace and the Stacker 2®/YJ Stinger® team have had this season they have raised over $6,000 to help the Sable family with the medical bills that Jack has occurred in his short life. Stacker 2® is looking forward to presenting a check to the Sable's at the conclusion of the 2004 NASCAR Busch Series season.

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