Tolsma Anticipating Success at Nazareth

NAZARETH, Pa. - The No. 25 CITGO-SUPERGARD Motor Oil Dodge team is looking forward to the one mile Nazareth Speedway in Pennsylvania for this weekend's running of the CHEVY SILVERADO 200. "Teamwork has been a big part of the success we have...

NAZARETH, Pa. - The No. 25 CITGO-SUPERGARD Motor Oil Dodge team is looking forward to the one mile Nazareth Speedway in Pennsylvania for this weekend's running of the CHEVY SILVERADO 200.

"Teamwork has been a big part of the success we have shared this season," said driver Randy Tolsma. "The guys work so hard at the shop week in and week out. After how well we've run so far, I couldn't imagine getting through this year without winning at least one race. It's great to be sixth in points and I'm proud to be the top Dodge in the series, but our goals go much beyond this. This No. 25 team has overcome many setbacks this year, and we're still up front every week. That says a lot about the guys. We came into this year with a winning mentality and I know the best is yet to come."

Tolsma is having his career best season in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. In the last six races he has notched six consecutive top-10 finishes, which included two 2nd and two 3rd place finishes. Last year at Nazareth Tolsma finished fifth.

Tolsma’s thoughts on Nazareth's superspeedway?

"Nazareth is one of the toughest tracks on the schedule. It's critical to have a good set up right from the time we unload. All four corners are challenging and there are critical places, like the back straightaway, where you can pass. For such a demanding track it's important to have a good chassis setup. We've been good there in the past, so I'm anticipating a good showing for the CITGO-SUPERGARD Motor Oil Dodge team."

Bud Pole qualifying for the CHEVY SILVERADO 200 takes place on Friday July 14, 2000 at 3:00 p.m. EST. The green flag will drop for the race on Saturday July 15, 2000 at 1:30 p.m. EST. CBS and MRN Radio will broadcast the event live.

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Randy Tolsma