Kentucky: Mike Skinner preview

* This Week's Tundra... The No. 5 International Truck/Monaco RVs team will race chassis RMM-105 this weekend at Kentucky Speedway. Skinner drove this particular chassis last Friday night at Chicagoland Speedway where he raced inside the top-10 and...

* This Week's Tundra... The No. 5 International Truck/Monaco RVs team will race chassis RMM-105 this weekend at Kentucky Speedway. Skinner drove this particular chassis last Friday night at Chicagoland Speedway where he raced inside the top-10 and praised the crew for preparing a truck that handled so well. Unfortunately, a mechanical failure late in the race ultimately resulted in a 23rd-place finish.

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Mike Skinner on racing at Kentucky Speedway

"Kentucky Speedway is a great track. The staff there has put in a tremendous effort to make it a world-class facility and they have done a great job. Kentucky [Speedway] lends itself to a lot of tough racing and great competition and I'm looking forward to our race there on Friday night. I won the race in 2007, sat on the pole in 2008, and have led a bunch of laps around the track. The International Truck/Monaco RVs team has been improving week after week and I'm looking forward to seeing what we can do this weekend."

Crew Chief Stacy Johnson on competing at Kentucky Speedway

"The entire International Truck/Monaco RVs team is looking forward to racing at Kentucky Speedway this weekend. We're taking the same truck that we ran last weekend and Mike continually said how great the chassis handled. It's a truck that rotates smoothly through the corners and one that we can adjust on pretty well, so we're looking forward to it. Hopefully we will have a little luck and bring home a good, solid finish."

-source: randy moss racing

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Mike Skinner