Kenseth seeking redemption in Richmond. MATT KENSETH'S THOUGHTS ON RICHMOND: "We came from two laps down last Richmond race to finish sixth. I think we should be pretty good on the .75 mile track. I hope we can just forget last week at...
Kenseth seeking redemption in Richmond.
MATT KENSETH'S THOUGHTS ON RICHMOND:
"We came from two laps down last Richmond race to finish sixth. I think we should be pretty good on the .75 mile track. I hope we can just forget last week at Darlington, and get back to chasing the points."
CREW CHIEF ROBBIE REISER'S THOUGHTS ON RICHMOND:
"We are taking a new car No. 23 to Richmond. It is a sister car to the one we raced at Loudon and we are going to try it out. It should run well for us, since we dominated in Loudon before the flat tire ruined our chances for a win."
SPOTTER MIKE CALINOFF'S THOUGHTS ON RICHMOND:
"The spotters stand in Richmond offers a decent view from turn one. However, the difficult part is being able to see the cars when they wreck. The sealer that they apply produces thick white smoke and with the reflection of the lights it seems as though a wall is created."
NOTES OF INTEREST:
APPEARANCE: Matt Kenseth will make an appearance at DEWALT's Rolling Thunder display at Richmond from 3:30 - 4:15pm- there will be 300 tickets handed out on race day.
BLOOMIN' FAVORITE: Matt Kenseth still leads the series in the Outback Steakhouse Bloomin' Favorite Driver of the race award. The payoff is $75,000 at the end of the season.
LOCAL BOY: Gasman Benjy Grubbs is from Richmond, Va.
LAP LEADERS: Kenseth has led at least one lap in 12 of the 25 races run this season.
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