Matt McCall returns to the No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford for the running of this weekend's NASCAR Busch Series Goody's 250 at Martinsville Speedway. This will be McCall's first Busch Series start at the Virginia short track. He has one previous NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series start at Martinsville in 2003, where he started 28th and finished 21st. McCall, 25, has four prior Busch Series starts to his credit, posting his career best finish of 24th at Bristol Motor Speedway earlier this year.


"I'm looking forward to getting back in the CitiFinancial Ford," said McCall. "I have raced at Martinsville a few times so it will be nice to return to a track where I have some experience. Things have been moving in the right direction for the Busch program at Robert Yates Racing and I'm looking forward to contributing to the success."


The CitiFinancial team is taking chassis No.B6 to Martinsville. This is the same chassis that RYR raced at Richmond (started 32nd, finished 18th), Phoenix (started 38th, finished 32nd), and Milwaukee (started 21st, finished 13th).


The No. 90 CitiFinancial team remains in the 29th position in the owner point standings.


Danny McCall, Matt's father will be handling the spotting duties at Martinsville. Danny previously spotted for Matt when he was competing in the UARA Late Model Series.


Stephen Leicht, co-driver of the No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford will be at Pocono Raceway this weekend for the running of the Pocono 500. Leicht, 19, will be attempting to make his NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series debut.