Milwaukee: Toyota Motorsports quotes, notes

Cook to Make 300th Truck Series Start NEWS, NOTES &; NUMBERS: In nine NCWTS races in 2009, Toyota Tundra drivers have combined for six wins (Todd Bodine -- Daytona and Texas; Busch -- California and Atlanta; Mike Skinner -- Kansas; Brian Scott...

Cook to Make 300th Truck Series Start

NEWS, NOTES &; NUMBERS: In nine NCWTS races in 2009, Toyota Tundra drivers have combined for six wins (Todd Bodine -- Daytona and Texas; Busch -- California and Atlanta; Mike Skinner -- Kansas; Brian Scott -- Dover), 26 top-fives and 47 top-10 finishes ... In addition, Tundra drivers have recorded three poles and led 748 laps ... Tundra driver Terry Cook will make his 300th NCWTS start this weekend. In 14 years of racing in the series, Cook has earned six victories, 108 top-10 finishes and eight poles ... Despite breaking his right wrist from a crash in last weekend's Michigan race, Brian Scott will race this weekend in Milwaukee.

TERRY COOK, No. 25 Harris Trucking-Cajun Industries Toyota Tundra, HT Motorsports

What does it mean that your 300th series start is at Milwaukee? "It's pretty neat to think that my 300th career start is going to come at the track where I made my first career start. I have a lot of special memories from Milwaukee. I had the opportunity to run really well there -- won a race there -- had a pole or two there and it's been a very good track for me. I always look forward to going to Milwaukee. We have great fans wherever we go, but the Wisconsin fans -- they are passionate. The Milwaukee Mile does a great job letting the fans intermix with the drivers and the teams on tech day -- getting ready for the race. They're passionate, they're knowledgeable and they love their racing in Milwaukee."

-credit: toyota motorsports

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Todd Bodine , Mike Skinner , Terry Cook , Brian Scott