BUSCH: Rockingham: Kenny Wallace preview

KENNY WALLACE ON DRIVING AT THE ROCK... "Rockingham was the place of my last win in the fall of 2001. I am really looking forward to going back to Rockingham and repeating that finish. I love the racetrack because it has a variety of lanes. I...

KENNY WALLACE ON DRIVING AT THE ROCK...

"Rockingham was the place of my last win in the fall of 2001. I am really looking forward to going back to Rockingham and repeating that finish. I love the racetrack because it has a variety of lanes. I can search for the fastest groove to get around the track. Some people like to run low while others like to run high. There is a lot of side by side racing which makes going there fun not only for the drivers but also for the fans. I am disappointed that we only go the Rockingham once this year, but times are changing and that is OK. I am going to miss going there, but NASCAR always makes the right decisions."

Get to Know Jack...

Jack Sable is a one-year-old boy that suffers from a rare chromosome disorder. His debilitating disease prevents him from eating, sitting up, using the bathroom independently or doing any other activities common among toddlers. Stacker 2 heard about this little boy and was touched by the courage and strength of the entire Sable family. The Stacker 2 family has created a great fundraiser to help the Sable family. For every lap that Wallace and the Stacker 2/YJ Stinger team completes this year, Stacker 2 will donate $1 to Jack and his family to help pay for medical expenses. There will be an in-car camera in the No. 23 Chevrolet this weekend that will promote this program. If you would like to find out more about Jack and the "Get to Know Jack" program, race over to Stacker2Racing.com and click on the "Get to Know Jack" icon.

Race to Bee Safe...

Stacker 2 announced that it will continue to promote safe driving with the YJ Stinger "Race to Bee Safe" program. Wallace will visit schools all over the U.S., talking to high school students about the responsibilities that go along with driving a vehicle. Wallace sends a positive message to the teens, but also adds some of his own personality to make for fun, informative events for students. Wallace visited eight schools in 2003, and the response was very positive. The 2004 program will begin in Las Vegas in two weeks.

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Series NASCAR XFINITY
Drivers Kenny Wallace