Indy ORP: Ken Schrader preview

SCHRADER TO ATTEMPT DOUBLE DUTY WEEKEND AT INDY Ken Schrader will be making his fifth career start at O'Reilly Raceway Park when he pilots the No. 18 Fastenal Dodge on Friday night. He has three previous NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series starts and...

SCHRADER TO ATTEMPT DOUBLE DUTY WEEKEND AT INDY

Ken Schrader will be making his fifth career start at O'Reilly Raceway Park when he pilots the No. 18 Fastenal Dodge on Friday night. He has three previous NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series starts and two in the NASCAR Busch Series at this track. J

The Power Stroke Diesel 200 will mark Schrader's 81st NCTS start. In his previous 80 races Schrader has an average starting position of 22nd and finishing of 18th.

Schrader will pilot "Slim" this weekend at ORP. Schrader drove this particular chassis to a third place finish at Mansfield in May.

Double Duty Weekend: Ken Schrader will attempt to make the Allstate 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend for Bam Racing. The Nextel Cup veteran has 12 starts and two top-10 finishes at the Brickyard. He will pilot the No. 49 Dodge and must qualify on time due to the team's position in the current owner's points standings.J

Schrader on Short Track Racing at ORP: "I am tickled to death to be heading back to a short track this weekend. Our best finish this season so far came at Mansfield back in May. For a driver, short track racing can be a lot of fun but for the teams it can be hard when you have to fix all the damage. It can be grueling at times due to how tight the track is, but it is one of the few times we can beat and bang and not get in trouble for it. Well, you can still get in trouble, but you can get away with more things."

-credit: bhr

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Ken Schrader