Jason White and the SS Green Light Racing team got just the start to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series they were looking for as they look toward the 2010 NCWTS Points battle. Following the impressive performance at Daytona that included a ...
Jason White and the SS Green Light Racing team got just the start to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series they were looking for as they look toward the 2010 NCWTS Points battle.
Following the impressive performance at Daytona that included a top-five finish and White's first ever pole, the Virginia native sits fourth in the standings behind Daytona winner Timothy Peters and looks to repeat his performance at the fast mile and a half Atlanta Motor Speedway Saturday in the Atlanta 200.
White had his career best finish of third in the GunBroker.com Dodge last September at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and the team is bringing the same truck to Atlanta, the home of longtime sponsor, GunBroker.com. Knowing he has a competitive truck, White believes the team will have another strong run this weekend.
"Doug Howe and the guys worked hard all winter to start the year strong," White stated. "We showed at Daytona what this team is capable of doing and I believe we can do it week in and week out. I'm excited and ready to show what we can do on the downforce tracks this year."
Howe is proud of his team but knows there is more hard work to do. "It was great to get the pole and run up front at Daytona and that momentum has carried right back to the shop. The guys see what we can do with hard work and how much potential this team has and I think they are ready to show it again at Atlanta."
Bobby Dotter, General Manager of SS Green Light Racing feels the GunBroker.com team is poised for further success in 2010. "I was very happy with all three of our teams at Daytona and I think we have two great trucks ready for Atlanta. The guys in both shops are working hard to be ready for later in the year. I think the 23 team will turn a few more heads in the next couple of races."
Steve Urvan, CEO of GunBroker.com, said "Jason looked like a seasoned veteran at Daytona. He stayed out of trouble and put himself in a position to win the race on the last lap. If we continue executing like that the wins will come."