REUTIMANN EXPECTS RESULTS AT THE MILWAUKEE MILE CORNELIUS, N.C (June 19, 2007) -- In the past, David Reutimann has delivered strong finishes at the Milwaukee Mile in both the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and NASCAR Busch Series. This ...
REUTIMANN EXPECTS RESULTS AT THE MILWAUKEE MILE
CORNELIUS, N.C (June 19, 2007) -- In the past, David Reutimann has delivered strong finishes at the Milwaukee Mile in both the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and NASCAR Busch Series. This Saturday, Reutimann expects nothing less in the No. 99 Aaron's Dream Machine Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Busch Series AT&T 250.
"Milwaukee is a great track with such great history," said Reutimann. "It is a track I seem to get along with. Also, this weekend, I will have an opportunity to spend more time with my Aaron's Dream Machine team. We have such a solid team which makes racing and spending time with them so enjoyable."
Reutimann has raced twice in a NASCAR Busch Series entry at the 1-mile oval. Last season, Reutimann finished 10th with Michael Waltrip Racing and he finished fifth with NEMCO Motorsports (No. 87 entry) in 2003. Additionally, Reutimann has three NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series starts at this track, posting a fifth place finish there last year.
"We've had solid finishes there in a truck," Reutimann said. "I've led some laps at Milwaukee before so I have a good feel for the track. Hopefully, this track experience will carry over to this season. We have been working for that win and hope to deliver it for Aaron's this weekend."
Looking to recover from a loose wheel issue last week at Kentucky Speedway, Reutimann aims to take over the third position in the point standings (34 points out) and he has the team to do it.
"The guys in the pits work hard every week to give us the best car and improve track position," Reutimann said, who finished 16th in the most recent NASCAR Busch Series event. "We just had some bad luck last weekend but hope to turn it around this Saturday."
Live coverage of the NASCAR Busch Series AT&T 250 at The Milwaukee Mile on Saturday, June 23rd airs on ESPN2 and begins at 8 p.m. Eastern.