JASON KELLER/ CJM RACING TEAM FAST FACTS: * The CJM Racing team will make their 16th NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) race attempt this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway (HMS) * CJM Racing is heading into Homestead with four top-10 finishes; ...
JASON KELLER/ CJM RACING TEAM FAST FACTS:
* The CJM Racing team will make their 16th NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) race attempt this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway (HMS)
* CJM Racing is heading into Homestead with four top-10 finishes; an average starting position of 24th and an average finishing position of 18th this season
* In a last minute effort to improve on performance, CJM Racing decided to head to the season finale event at Homestead and compete in the Ford 300
* Team owners Bryan and Tony Mullet have committed to running the first 10 races in 2008 in hopes of securing a sponsorship partner for the entire season
* Keller will close out the 2007 season with the record for all-time starts in the NBS; following this weekend Keller has amassed 422 career starts
* Keller will return to HMS after a two year absence from the mile and a half track; his best finish was third back in 1995
* In 11 starts at HMS; Keller has averaged a starting position of 16th and a finishing position of 18th
* CJM Racing will be running chassis #01 at HMS; #01 is the same chassis run at Dover in the Spring (13th), Michigan (22nd) and Kansas (16th)
YOUR THOUGHTS ON BEING A PART OF THE NASCAR BUSCH SERIES:
"The Busch Series has been a huge part of my life and my families life. I am very proud to say I was a driver in the NASCAR Busch Series. It's been my home and I've accomplished a lot over the course of my career. I guess one word would sum up my feelings and that is proud."
THOUGHTS ON HOMESTEAD-MIAMI SPEEDWAY:
"This is another one of the tracks that I haven't been to in a couple years but I really enjoy racing on. Since they redid the track surface a few years back the track is faster and offers more of an opportunity for side-by-side racing. It's a great facility, a great atmosphere and a great place to finish out the season."