DAVID STARR, NO. 75 SPEARS MANUFACTURING SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 8TH: "I am pretty happy with our qualifying effort for tonight's race. Starting in the top-10 is critical in any NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race because the competition is so tough...
DAVID STARR, NO. 75 SPEARS MANUFACTURING SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 8TH: "I am pretty happy with our qualifying effort for tonight's race. Starting in the top-10 is critical in any NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race because the competition is so tough out there, it is important to get track position as early as possible. Dave McCarty (crew chief) and the guys have a good setup to start the race. We got our first-ever win here; this would be a good place to get our Spears Manufacturing Chevy team back to victory lane.
RON HORNADAY, NO. 6 GM GOODWRENCH SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 11TH:"Our first lap was awesome, I never lifted all the way around. I thought the second lap was going to be the same way with an ever better time, but I had to lift in three and four or risk wrecking it. We got our GM Goodwrench Silverado just a little loose but it is a decent starting spot and we can race our way up front and take this Chevy to victory lane."
JACK SPRAGUE, NO 16 CHEVY TRUCKS SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 20TH: "It is just a starting spot. We loosened the truck up for qualifying so we didn't get quite the starting sport we wanted. But I think we will have a good race truck because the track will cool down quite a bit before the race even starts. I am looking forward to the race and getting a shot at taking our Chevy Trucks Silverado home for a win."
DENNIS SETZER, NO 46 CHEVROLET Z71 SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 22ND:"We were way loose in qualifying but that was about the hottest part of the day. The track is going to cool down a lot when the sun goes down and it starts getting dark I think the track and the race will come to us so I am looking forward to the race. I know my Chevrolet Silverado pit crew will give me the best stops on pit road and we will work our way up toward the front."