BUSCH: Martinsville: Jason White preview

The Return of Martinsville: After nearly a 12-year hiatus, the NASCAR Busch Series returns to Martinsville Speedway for Saturday's Goody's 250. Ashton Gray Racing will look to make their Martinsville Speedway debut this weekend. 2006 NASCAR...

The Return of Martinsville: After nearly a 12-year hiatus, the NASCAR Busch Series returns to Martinsville Speedway for Saturday's Goody's 250. Ashton Gray Racing will look to make their Martinsville Speedway debut this weekend.

2006 NASCAR Busch Series Underway: Ashton Gray Racing (AGR) with driver Jason White will look to make their third NBS start of the 2006 season this weekend at Martinsville Speedway. Last month, Ashton Gray Racing made their second NBS (NASCAR Busch Series) start at The Milwaukee Mile. After starting 33rd, White kept his nose clean and finished 30th.

Strong Backing: GunBroker.com, the world's largest online auction of firearms and accessories will return as the primary sponsor of the No. 08 Dodge Charger. Martinsville Speedway is the third of five races as primary sponsor of AGR's No. 08 machine.

No. 08 GunBroker.com Chassis: The AGR crew will unload a brand new chassis this weekend at Martinsville. The GunBroker.com Racing Team will unveil a swift looking Dodge Charger for their anticipated short track debut. The team is confident in the chassis and believes they will unload strong on Friday. Arrington Racing Engines will provide the horsepower this weekend

The Heat Is On: Unlike The Milwaukee Mile, the AGR team will have to qualify on time to earn a berth in the Goody's 250. The preliminary entry list states 47 drivers and teams have entered for 43 spots in their return to Martinsville Speedway. With the top-30 teams locked into the field based upon their owner's points, Ashton Gray Racing will be one of 17 cars eyeing 13 spots.

Jason White, Ashton Gray Racing Martinsville Speedway Pre-Race Quotes:

Jason White, driver of the No. 08 GunBroker.com Dodge Charger

On The Last Race; The Milwaukee Mile: "We weren't happy with the finish, but we weren't disappointed either. We are a new team, I have to remember that. We didn't finish the race at Nashville (brakes), but we took the checkered flag at The Milwaukee Mile and that was one of our goals. We used Milwaukee as a testing session and we're looking forward to the rest of the season."

On GunBroker.com Returning As Primary Sponsor: "Can't say enough about GunBroker.com. I'm really excited to have them on board for one of my hometown races. This is an important race to me and I would like nothing more than to give GunBroker.com and Ashton Gray Racing our first top ten finish together."

On Martinsville Speedway: "I'm looking forward to returning to Martinsville. It's been five years since I've competed in a race at the track. In 2001, I scored my career best NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series finish of 13th driving the No. 86 Dodge. I love short track racing and I know how to get around Martinsville, I think we're a sleeper for this weekend's race."

Dwayne Gaulding, co-owner of the No. 08 GunBroker.com Dodge Charger:

On The Last Race; The Milwaukee Mile: "Everyone at Ashton Gray Racing is pleased with the progress we are making. The Milwaukee Mile presented a great challenge to this race team and I think we faired well. We survived the race and brought the car home in one piece, that's a plus in itself. The Milwaukee Mile was definitely a step in the right direction."

On Martinsville Speedway: "The Ashton Gray Racing team cannot wait to get to Martinsville Speedway. This is one of my favorite races we've selected this year. Jason is a hero to the fans in the stands this weekend and that's great exposure for us. We're looking forward to strong results for our GunBroker.com Racing team."

-Ashton Gray Racing

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Series NASCAR XFINITY
Drivers Jason White