NEWS, NOTES & NUMBERS: This year, Toyota drivers have combined for four wins, 19 top-five results, 41 top-10 finishes and five poles after 10 of 35 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) races ... Eight Camry drivers are in the top-15 in the NNS point ...
NEWS, NOTES & NUMBERS: This year, Toyota drivers have combined for four wins, 19 top-five results, 41 top-10 finishes and five poles after 10 of 35 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) races ... Eight Camry drivers are in the top-15 in the NNS point standings heading into Saturday's race at Dover -- Kyle Busch (second), Joey Logano (seventh), Jason Leffler (ninth), Trevor Bayne (11th), Brian Scott (12th), Brendan Gaughan (13th), Steve Wallace (14th) and Michael Annett (15th) ... Busch (7,737 laps) is 347 laps shy of passing Mark Martin (8,083 laps) for the all-time lead in Nationwide Series career laps led ... Leffler earned his first career NASCAR victory at Dover in 2003 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS).
JASON LEFFLER, No. 10 ABF Freight Toyota Camry, Braun Racing
How much momentum did the top-five finish at Darlington give your race team? "This season has been bumpier than I had expected, but after a strong run last weekend at Darlington I can feel things turning around. This is such a great group of hard-working guys and it has been tough on us all. Change is never easy but sometimes it is necessary to get things turned in a more positive direction. Everyone within the Braun Racing organization has really stepped in to help this team get back on track and I think we proved something last weekend with a top-five finish."
BRIAN SCOTT, No. 11 AccuDoc Solutions Toyota Camry, Braun Racing
Are you looking forward to racing at Dover after your win there in the Truck Series last year? "Dover is definitely my favorite track. The win last year in the Camping World Truck Series was a huge confidence booster for me and reaffirmed everything that I had done the past three years to get to where I was. It was a big win for the whole team and for everyone at Albertson's. I have never been to the track in a Nationwide Series car, but hopefully some of the characteristics will transfer from the truck to the car. I'm excited to go back to Dover and hopefully we can have a repeat result."
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