ROOKIE HOPES TO GAIN GROUND AT MADISON, WI Danny Jackson Looks to Improve in Third Hooters Pro Cup Start CINCINNATI, OH (May 22, 2007) As Rookie Danny Jackson looked over his mangled car after Shenandoah, VA, he wondered what happened to all ...
ROOKIE HOPES TO GAIN GROUND AT MADISON, WI
Danny Jackson Looks to Improve in Third Hooters Pro Cup Start
CINCINNATI, OH (May 22, 2007) As Rookie Danny Jackson looked over his mangled car after Shenandoah, VA, he wondered what happened to all of his good fortunes? With all of the luck he had last year in the CRA Super Series only doing minor damage to his Redbank Transport/Tri-State Sterling/Lykins Companies/Ultra Lube/Beamer Brothers a few times throughout the season, Jackson hopes his luck has not run out.
Looking ahead to Madison International Speedway in Wisconsin on Saturday, May 26th, Jackson is anxious to get back on the track. After weeks of hard work to get the DaJak, Inc. Chevy ready to go, Jackson hopes he has gained enough experience to be a possible contender this week.
Jackson currently sits 17th in points in the Northern Division, which is not bad considering he has spent the majority of the off weeks repairing engines, doing body and rear end work every night in hopes of getting the car ready for the next race. Jackson finished 17th after a late race wreck collected Jackson as well as his hopes of a top 10 finish at Shenandoah. He is hoping that in his third start, things will turn around.
?I feel pretty good about this week. Madison International Speedway better suits my driving style so I am looking forward to this ½ mile. I expect to post a good finish. From this point on, I need to work on finishing races and working my way up. Once we get into practice on Saturday, I should have a better feel for things and should make a good qualifying run.?
Jackson has not raced at Madison International, as is with most of the tracks he will be at this year. This will give him good experience for future races and learning to adapt will play a big part in his success.
Race time on Saturday is 7 p.m.