Dover II: Jamie McMurray preview

HAVOLINE TEAM FACTS: Chassis: The Havoline team will race chassis ...


Chassis: The Havoline team will race chassis #304. Chassis #304 has been raced six times in 2003 and has scored two top-five, four top-10 and six top-15 finishes. McMurray scored a pair of fifth-place finishes in chassis #304 earlier this year (Rockingham - 5th; Fontana - 5th). McMurray raced chassis #304 to a 13th-place finish at Dover this past May.

Jamie McMurray was the top Raybestos® Rookie last weekend at New Hampshire International Speedway. McMurray finished 10th and scored his eighth top-10 finish of the 2003 season. He took top Raybestos® Rookie honors for the 13th time this year and has been the highest finishing rookie in six of the last seven races. Entering the MBNA America 400 at Dover International Speedway, McMurray holds a 16-point advantage (249-233) over Greg Biffle.

In his last seven races, McMurray has scored three top-five and four top-10 finishes.

McMurray has scored more top-five (five) and top-10 (eight) finishes than any other Raybestos® Rookie this season.

McMurray comes to Dover 18th in NASCAR Winston Cup Series points.


"Dover is definitely one of those places that if you can avoid the wrecks and be around at the end, you'll have a good finish. Things happen so fast at Dover that you don't have much time to react if something goes wrong in front of you."

"We're taking a proven car this weekend to Dover. This is the same car we've run at tracks like Rockingham, Fontana and Chicago with, and it's the same car we had at Dover back in May, so I feel very confident heading into the race."

"The Havoline team has a lot of momentum on its side. We've had some strong runs the past few weeks and have put ourselves in contention to win races. I think Dover is going to be another momentum builder for the Havoline team."


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Series NASCAR Cup
Drivers Greg Biffle , Jamie McMurray