DENNIS SETZER, NO. 46 CHEVROLET SILVERADO (QUALIFIED 23rd, FINISHED 10TH
AND 2ND IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS):
ON TODAY'S RACE: "We just were so loose at the start. We made a
lot of adjustments on our Chevrolet Silverado and we were getting...
JON WOOD-50-Roush Racing Ford F-150 (Finished 36th)
"THIS IS OBVIOUSLY NOT
THE WAY YOU WANTED TO END THE SEASON. WHAT HAPPENED? "It's not, and it's
frustrating any time you get in an accident. It just seems like Kelly
Sutton is always looking...
Roush Announces 2005 Craftsman Truck Series Line-Up
HOMESTEAD, Fla. -- Roush Racing announced today its line-up of drivers
for the 2005 NASCAR Craftsman Truck season. Nextel Cup veteran Ricky
Craven and Roush's "Race for the Ride" winner Todd ...
Busch named Rookie of the Year: After a hard fought season battling the
Busch series title with Martin Truex, Jr., Kyle Busch has been selected
Rookie of the Year for 2004.
Busch will finish second to Truex in series points this season. Next ...
Ford 200 pole winner David Reutimann, driver of the No. 17 NTN Bearings
"To be able to start first at Homestead-Miami Speedway is really big for
me. I knew our first lap was going to be our best lap. One lap was really
all we needed. To...
MATT CRAFTON, NO. 6 GM GOODWRENCH SILVERADO (QUALIFIED 2ND):
being the last truck out because you know right away what you need to do
and where you end up. This is our best qualifying effort so far. It
seemed like we were one of the...
Reutimann Establishes Track Qualifying Record at Homestead-Miami
Speedway on Way to Pole.
HOMESTEAD, FL (November 18, 2004) - David Reutimann scored his
second career NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Bud Pole Award in the No. 17
JON WOOD-50-Roush Racing Ford F-150 (Qualified 30th)
"We're just fighting
it; that's about it. We haven't been good since we unloaded and we need to
use every minute of Happy Hour to get it turned around. Passing isn't a
problem here, so it's...
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Press Conference
2004 Championship Contenders
Nov. 18, 2004
(Driver of the No. 4 Square D Dodge) - Current points leader
Dennis Setzer (Driver of the No. 46 Silverado Chevrolet) - 2nd in
Renshaw Will Display Northwood University Colors at Homestead
Deborah Renshaw will proudly display the colors of her college alma mater
this weekend at the Homestead-Miami Speedway as she will carry the Northwood
University logo on the hood of...
MIAMI (November 17, 2004)--The following are pre-race quotes and
notes of interest from Jamie McMurray and Duraflame RWI Racing regarding
Saturday's Ford 300 NASCAR Busch Series event at Homestead-Miami
David Starr and Spears Motorsports Set For a Great Grand Finale
Ready to end the season on an extremely positive note, David Starr and
the Spears Motorsports crew are ready to strut their stuff at the Ford
200, the grand finale of the 2004...
13 different winners one shy of single-season record
NEWS & NOTES
New series record for wins a possibility ... When Kasey Kahne (No. 2 Team
ASE/Carquest Dodge) captured the Nov. 13 Darlington 200, the list of 2004
winners reached 13. The...
Championship battle goes to final race for ninth time
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 17, 2004) -- The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
championship will be settled in Friday's season-ending Ford 200 at
Christmas Comes Early for Regan Smith at Homestead
Mooresville, NC (November 17, 2004) -- It's been two years since he's
competed in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, but Regan Smith will
attempt to end the dry spell this weekend at ...
Roush Racing Quotes of The Week
Week of Nov. 15, 2004
Roush Drivers Talk Turkey
TOPIC: With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we took the opportunity to ask the Roush Racing drivers what their favorite Thanksgiving dish is. Here is what...
Dennis Setzer Fast Facts:
Dennis Setzer sits only 70 points out of the overall NASCAR Craftsman Truck
Series point lead coming into the series finale this weekend. Setzer fell
9 points short of the 2003 NCTS championship.
Dennis Setzer's ...
This Week in Ford Racing
November 16, 2004
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
It's down to the final race of the season for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck
Series and it's still a four-man chase for the championship heading to