Jack Sprague No. 60 Con-Way Toyota Tundra Career at California Speedway: Jack Sprague will be competing for the 10th time in his career at the California Speedway when he takes the green flag for the Racetickets.com 200 NASCAR Craftsman Truck...
No. 60 Con-Way Toyota Tundra
Career at California Speedway:
Jack Sprague will be competing for the 10th time in his career at the California Speedway when he takes the green flag for the Racetickets.com 200 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race Friday, February 24th in the No. 60 Con-Way Tundra. Sprague will be making his first appearance in a race at the California Speedway driving a Toyota. Sprague hails two wins in seven previous starts in the Craftsman Truck Series, one pole and one top-five in his only start in the Busch Series and one start in the NEXTEL (Winston) Cup Series at the 2 mile Superspeedway.
Jack comments on racing at the California Speedway:
"I have had good luck at the California Speedway since the first Craftsman Truck Series race there. I love that track, it is a fun place to race and the trucks always put on a good show for the fans. I've had two wins in the Craftsman Truck Series and a pole in the Busch Series. If we came to California more than once in a season I'd be happy. Tony Furr and the Wyler Racing crew have built a fast truck for the California race and I'm hoping to bring home another win there - this time in the No. 60 Con-Way Tundra."
Jack discusses the California race being back to back after Daytona:
"I like having back to back races. It is much easier to get a momentum going and keep it going when the races are closer together. We already have a good start to the 2006 season leaving Daytona with a top-five finish and taking our truck home without a scratch on it which will give us some momentum going into California."
Jack comments on Con-Way Racing:
"We had a good run for the 20,000 plus employees of Con-Way in Daytona coming close to a win. There will be a large group of employees in the stands this weekend and I wouldn't like anything better then to get my third win at the California Speedway for them in the No. 60 Con-Way Tundra."