Jason Leffler looks to return to his winning ways at Phoenix * Leffler a solid contender at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR)... In 12 Nationwide Series starts at the Avondale, Ariz. track, Leffler has claimed two poles (2000 and 2006), two...
Jason Leffler looks to return to his winning ways at Phoenix
* Leffler a solid contender at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR)... In 12 Nationwide Series starts at the Avondale, Ariz. track, Leffler has claimed two poles (2000 and 2006), two top-five (2nd in 2000 and 2009) and four top-ten finishes. He has finished outside the top-20 on only two occasions and has led for 121 laps.
Leffler on racing at Phoenix International Raceway
"Phoenix is pretty much my favorite track on the NASCAR circuit. I spent a lot of time out there as a kid and ran the Copper Classic for a number of years. It's a slick, old race track and unique in that both ends are so different and the surface is so worn out. You slide around a lot but really like having to drive that way. The Great Clips team is having s strong run here at the end, after what has been a really up and down season. Still, ending the year strong can give you a lot of momentum going into the next season. With everything we have going on at Turner Motorsports, we all have a lot to be excited about! We would love nothing more than to end the season with a win! We are going to have a big contingency of Great Clips franchisees with us for the race on Saturday and we would love for them to be able to experience a celebration in victory lane with us."
The No. 38 Great Clips team will hit the track with chassis #017 in this weekend's WYPALL 200. Leffler drove this chassis in races at Gateway (July) and O'Reilly Raceway Park this year, finishing 23rd and 30th, respectively. Leffler drove chassis #017 to the win at ORP in 2007 to give Toyota its first-ever NNS victory
-source: braun racing