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Deborah On Gateway: Deborah is looking to rebound after a disappointing 28th place finish last time out at the Martinsville Speedway. "Gateway is a completely different track than from any other on the circuit. We tested there a few...

Deborah On Gateway:

Deborah is looking to rebound after a disappointing 28th place finish last time out at the Martinsville Speedway.

"Gateway is a completely different track than from any other on the circuit. We tested there a few weeks ago and that was my first time seeing the track. It is a track where it is crucial to get the best balance as possible underneath your truck and then go out there and hit your marks on each lap. I know I will have my work cut out for me but I really look forward to the race as the track is fun to get around. This Craftsman Truck Series always puts on a great show for the fans at Gateway and I expect that again on Saturday night."

Deborah Welcomes Aboard New Sponsor:

Deborah and her BHR2 team announced last week the addition of a new sponsor to their program. CallSource, (www.callsource.com), has signed on as an associate sponsor for the remainder of the 2005 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series season. CallSource will also be the primary sponsor on the No. 8 DODGE for the upcoming event at the Lowe's Motor Speedway on May 20th.

"We are all excited about having CallSource come on board with us for the rest of this season," stated Deborah. "The company and its people have a lot of enthusiasm for this program and I think we will have a lot of fun together. As a team we look forward to representing CallSource in a professional manner and help them achieve their marketing and sales goals by utilizing our program."

Deborah On Gateway Testing:

"We came and tested for two days a few weeks ago and that track time here at Gateway is going to be very helpful this weekend. We worked a lot on different set-ups so we could find that right handling for our No. 8 DODGE. Bobby (Hamilton) was at the first day of the test and his advice helped me to adapt to the track a little quicker and figure out the best line. We made some good progress during our two days of testing and that will help us when we unload this weekend."

Career at Gateway:

Deborah will be making her career debut at the 1.25-mile layout of the Gateway International Raceway.

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Deborah Renshaw