Whitt readies for built Ford tough 225 in Kentucky Second truck race in two weeks caps off Midwest road trip for Clean Line Motorsports SPARTA, Kentucky (July 10, 2003) - For the past four weeks, Brandon Whitt and Clean Line Motorsports have...
Whitt readies for built Ford tough 225 in Kentucky
Second truck race in two weeks caps off Midwest road trip for Clean Line Motorsports
SPARTA, Kentucky (July 10, 2003) - For the past four weeks, Brandon Whitt and Clean Line Motorsports have been racing non-stop at some of the most challenging racetracks in America. Brandon and his team have tested themselves on diverse track types and in a range of taxing track conditions, from night races on short tracks to speedway-length events run in the scorching heat of the day.
This weekend, the demanding stretch run that started on June 7th in Irwindale will conclude with a night start in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at the Kentucky Speedway. The race will mark the second Truck Series start in two weeks for Brandon and his No. 38 McMillin Realty/Moen Faucets/Berryman Products/Simpson GS3 Chevrolet Silverado.
The Clean Line team received timely support from Herb Kinman Chevrolet in Carrolton, KY, who generously donated the use of their facilities so that the team could get ready for Saturday night's event.
"The staff at Herb Kinman Chevrolet has been great to us," said Clean Line team owner Dan Whitt. "Our team came out here prepared in every way possible, but it really helps us to have these facilities at our disposal. On behalf of the team I want to thank everyone at Herb Kinman Chevrolet for all of their kind support."
The Built Ford Tough 225 presented by the Greater Cincinnati Ford Dealers gets underway Saturday night at 8:00PM Eastern time.