Mansfield: Butch Miller race notes

Butch Miller drives to a tenth place finish in the No. 07 ditech.com Chevrolet Silverado for the sold out crowd at Mansfield Speedway Butch Miller drove his No. 07 ditech.com Chevrolet Silverado to a solid tenth place finish in the UAW/GM Ohio...

Butch Miller drives to a tenth place finish in the No. 07 ditech.com Chevrolet Silverado for the sold out crowd at Mansfield Speedway

Butch Miller drove his No. 07 ditech.com Chevrolet Silverado to a solid tenth place finish in the UAW/GM Ohio 250 Craftsman Truck Race at Mansfield Speedway. Miller started the race in 16th and battled his way into the top ten to challenge the series regulars. After some trouble on pit road he dropped back to 26th. Miller came back through the field avoiding several wrecks to regain the top ten. It was the short track legends 111th Craftsman Truck start. "My ditech.com Chevrolet ran really well today and was capable of a top five finish but I'm still very happy with the top ten. Miller Said.

His great performance earned him another race with the SS Racing/Green Light Racing team for the Charlotte Tailgate 200 coming up May 20th at Lowes Motor Speedway. Miller hopes to carry the momentum from the short track of Mansfield to Charlotte's super speedway. "The team and I are fired up and we hope to carry the momentum into Charlotte. I had a lot of fun short track racing today and am just really excited about racing in the Craftsman Truck Series no matter if it's a short track or super speedway" Said Miller. SS Racing may announce more Craftsman Truck Series races for Miller this year but after the Charlotte race he'll return to his primary role as a crew chief for Jarit Johnson in their second ASL event held June 8th at Hawkeye Downs.

-ssr-

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Butch Miller , Jarit Johnson