Scott Riggs is looking for a 'three-peat' heading into Nashville: Scott Riggs, driver of the No. 10 NestlÃ© Nesquik Ford Taurus, looks forward to returning to Nashville where he won his first Busch Series trophy. "I love the Music City!" said ...
Scott Riggs is looking for a 'three-peat' heading into Nashville: Scott Riggs, driver of the No. 10 Nestlé Nesquik Ford Taurus, looks forward to returning to Nashville where he won his first Busch Series trophy.
"I love the Music City!" said Riggs. "The concrete surface has real bite, and when you add in Yates horsepower, it will be a good show all around. I am sitting two for two going into Nashville, I would really like to make it a three-peat."
Riggs is on 'Baby Watch': Scott and Jai are expecting their first child on or around June 8.
Harold Holly on Nashville: Holly thinks they are facing a completely different track heading back to Nashville.
"Running under the lights will change the track which will affect the set-ups on the cars," said Holly. "It will be interesting to see the changes. This Nesquik Racing Team is ready to make whatever changes we need to give Scott the winning car. We want to go back to victory lane. Trophies are COOL!"
Equipment: The Nesquik Racing Team is taking the same car to Nashville Superspeedway that Riggs drove to Victory Lane in April. In addition to Nashville, Riggs won the pole in Bristol with this car (March '02-finished ninth). Jeff Green dominated the fall Rockingham race with this car in 2001, leading 118 of the 197 laps. In addition to Bristol and Rockingham (^Ò 01), this car competed last year at Nashville (outside pole, led 51 laps, finished 8th), Kentucky (outside pole, led 69 laps before getting involved in an accident) and St. Louis (qualified 3rd, finished 5th).