Leffler Knows the Way to Victory Lane at Nashville Superspeedway... In 2004 (June), Jason Leffler captured his first career NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) victory at Nashville Superspeedway. In that race, he started from the outside pole and led for 61 laps before taking the checkered flag.
This week's Impala.... This weekend at Nashville Superspeedway, the No. 38 team will unload chassis TM-123. This chassis last saw track time at Auto Club Speedway where Leffler brought home an 11th-place finish after starting 16th.
Leader of the pack... With 15th-place finish last weekend at Talladega Superspeedway, Leffler regained control of the NNS point standings. The rest of the top-five in the standings includes Justin Allgaier (-2), Elliott Sadler (-5), Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. (-8) and Reed Sorenson (-9).
Leffler on Racing at Nashville Superspeedway
"I always enjoy going back to Nashville. I have great memories of the place, having got my first Nationwide Series win there back in 2004. It's funny though, I have definitely had my fair share of highs and lows at Nashville - winning in 2004 and going back the next time and suffering an engine failure. It seems like I either finish really good there or have some sort of mechanical failure. I don't see that being a problem this time around, not with the equipment this Turner Motorsports team provides. We just need to capitalize on our previous success at this track by qualifying up front, running a smooth race and being there at the end to contend for the win. I already have one customized Gibson guitar trophy but I would love another one to add to the collection for my son, Charlie! There is a lot to be said for momentum in this sport and we are definitely riding a strong wave of it right now."
-source: turner motorsports