TOYOTA TALK: Loudon Special Place For Scott NEWS, NOTES & NUMBERS: In 18 NCWTS races in 2009, Toyota Tundra drivers have combined for 10 wins (Todd Bodine -- Daytona and Texas; Busch -- California, Atlanta, Bristol and Chicagoland; Mike ...
Loudon Special Place For Scott
NEWS, NOTES & NUMBERS: In 18 NCWTS races in 2009, Toyota Tundra drivers have combined for 10 wins (Todd Bodine -- Daytona and Texas; Busch -- California, Atlanta, Bristol and Chicagoland; Mike Skinner -- Kansas, Iowa and Gateway; and Brian Scott -- Dover), 48 top-fives and 98 top-10 finishes ... Tundra drivers have won four consecutive NCWTS races including Bristol, Chicagoland, Iowa and Gateway ... Skinner looks to earn his third straight victory this weekend at New Hampshire after winning back-to-back races at Iowa and Gateway ... In six series starts at Loudon, Skinner has earned two top-five finishes and two poles (1996 and 2007) ... Toyota drivers in the top-10 in the championship point standings are Skinner (third), Scott (fourth), Bodine (fifth) and David Starr (seventh).
TODD BODINE, No. 30 Lumber Liquidators Tundra, Germain Racing
Do you enjoy racing at New Hampshire? "We always seem to have a pretty decent setup for the Lumber Liquidators Tundra when we get to New Hampshire. I've always run well at the track and I love New England. Racing at Loudon is like going home. I get to see all my friends racing in the Modifieds. It's a great trip and I hope we can make it special for Lumber Liquidators."
BRIAN SCOTT, No. 16 Albertsons Tundra, Xpress Motorsports
Why is New Hampshire such a special track for you? "It is a fun track. It is flat with long sweeping corners which also allows you to carry speed. It is a very racy track, you can run a variety of grooves. It is a rhythm racetrack. You have two corners which are similar. You get a rhythm in a green flag run at Loudon and you can make up some positions. Track position will be important and pit strategy will be important. New Hampshire is special to me because I got my first truck series start there."
TERRY COOK, No. 25 Cajun Industries-Harris Trucking Tundra, HT Motorsports
Do you enjoy racing at New Hampshire? "New Hampshire is one of the flattest tracks that we go to. I was fortunate enough to get a victory there in 2002, but ever since they added that second groove a few years ago, it's really fun to race on. The trucks usually put on a great show at Loudon, and this year will be no exception. I really feel like the Cajun Industries-Harris Trucking Tundra is making some great strides and we're looking forward to getting to New Hampshire and compete for the win."
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