Kentucky Preview No. 8 CallSource DODGE Venue: Kentucky Speedway Event: Built Ford Tough 225 Date: Saturday, July 9, 2005 Laps/Miles: 150 LAPS / 225 MILES TV: SPEED Channel @ 8:00 p.m.
No. 8 CallSource DODGE
Venue: Kentucky Speedway
Event: Built Ford Tough 225
Date: Saturday, July 9, 2005
Laps/Miles: 150 LAPS / 225 MILES
TV: SPEED Channel @ 8:00 p.m. EST
Radio: MRN / XM Radio @ 8:00 p.m. EST
Qualifying: Saturday, July 9, 2005 @ 5:00 p.m. EST
Career at Kentucky:
This will be Deborah Renshaw's second start at the Kentucky Speedway in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and she also has two career starts at the track in the ARCA RE/MAX Series.
Deborah On Kentucky Speedway:
"Kentucky and Nashville are the tracks that I consider my home track. I made my NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series career debut here at Kentucky last year as well as my first start in the ARCA RE/MAX Series about three years ago - so the place has some special meaning for me. I probably have the most amount of experience at the Kentucky track that any other track we race at all year. I know that my No. 8 DODGE truck will be strong this week and I need to get a good run in. We were on a roll there for a few weeks but lately it seems like we have struggled and I am not really sure why. I think that this week will be a perfect place to get back to our solid runs and gain some positive momentum going into an off week."
CallSource To Ride Along As Primary Sponsor For Renshaw In Kentucky:
CallSource will ride along with Renshaw as the primary sponsor this week on her No. 8 DODGE. The company also was the primary sponsor for the Lowe's race earlier this season.
A group of 130 auto dealers will attend the Kentucky race courtesy of CallSource, to cheer on Deborah Renshaw in the #8 CallSource Dodge. The Westlake Village, California-based company is hosting a hospitality event for members of the Kentucky Automobile Dealers Association (KADA) and other national dealers. Jack Kain, chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) will be attending the CallSource event and Deborah's race, as will Ron Jackson, KADA's executive vice president.
CallSource, which provides call-tracking and recording, performance analysis and sales training solutions to dealerships nationwide, joined the BHR2 team as Deborah's sponsor in April 2005 and will be her primary sponsor for the Kentucky race. "We are overwhelmed by the level of interest and support Deborah has received from her hometown dealers and are delighted that Ron Jackson and Jack Kain will be joining us for the race," said CallSource CEO Jerry Feldman. "Deborah has been finishing very strong in recent races and we hope that having her local 'dealer fan club' in attendance will help her achieve one of her best performances this season."
Deborah On Racing In Home State:
"I think most of the drivers like to race close to their hometown and I am in a unique situation as I have two tracks that I consider my home track -- Kentucky and Nashville. Kentucky is my home state and it is special that the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series has a race in the state. We always have a lot of friends and family come to Kentucky and root us on and that means a lot. We are also having a big sponsor outing this time around and that will be pretty neat as it kind of ties in with my dad's car dealerships. Hopefully we can put on a good show for everyone in attendance cheering for us and I think there will be plenty of them this week."