Link-Belt Construction Equipment 225 Contact: Craig Bailey July 11-12, 1997 (704) 375-8587 Louisville, Kentucky BrewcoMS@aol.com
Scot Walters/Red Man Racing Notes
Louisville, Kentucky native Scot Walters is making his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut driving the Brewco Motorsports No. 37 Red Man Chevrolet in the Link-Belt Construction Equipment 225 at Louisville Motor Speedway. "Louisville Speedway is a racers racetrack," said Walters. "You need to be smooth to get around the track quickly. It is extremely difficult because each corner is radically different." The Bluegrass State native is familiar with getting around Louisville's 0.4375 mile short-track. He set the track record and scored the pole in last season's NASCAR Slim Jim All Pro Series race. Scot Walters is the third different driver of the Brewco Motorsports No. 37 Red Man Chevrolet in as many races. He follows David and Mark Green who raced at Nazareth Speedway and the Milwaukee Mile respectively. Mark Green will drive the No. 37 truck next in the Cummins 200 at Indianapolis Raceway Park on July 31. Green also drives Brewco Motorsports No. 37 Timber Wolf Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the NASCAR Busch Series. Located in Central City, Kentucky, Brewco Motorsports is entering eight NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series events in 1997 with David Green, Mark Green and Scot Walters alternating driving duties.
Miller Hartman, the total convenience store supplier with distribution centers in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Leitchfield, Kentucky, is an associate sponsor on the No. 37 Red Man Chevrolet for the Link-Belt Construction Equipment 225 at Louisville Motor Speedway.
Red Man Racing 1997 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Results
TRACK START FINISH MONEY WON STATUS LAPS DRIVER
Nazareth 4 8 $7,100 Running 200 of 200 D. Green Milwaukee 10 12 6,575 Running 199 of 200 M. Green
TOTALS $13,675 399 of 400 (99.8%)