KYLE BUSCH, NO. 51 FLANDERS BEEF PATTIES SILVERADO: "We have a pretty good truck. We worked on it an awful lot today, burned up a set of tires doing it. I think we will be ok. I think we have a pretty good truck; there are a couple of other...
KYLE BUSCH, NO. 51 FLANDERS BEEF PATTIES SILVERADO:
"We have a pretty good truck. We worked on it an awful lot today, burned up a set of tires doing it. I think we will be ok. I think we have a pretty good truck; there are a couple of other really good ones too. We will see how it plays out tomorrow.
"Starting top-10 or top-12 in a truck isn't too bad. On the Cup side we definitely want a top-10. In the truck, we won the pole here two years ago so I think we can qualifying in the top-10 somewhere."
BRENDAN GAUGHAN, NO 77 SOUTH POINT HOTEL SILVERADO:
"What really was nice about today was how well the guys performed during both practices. We definitely got the most out of both practices, and the guys really good job getting changes in after each and every run.
"I think our South Point Chevrolet is decent. We were 17th in both practices, but that could be a little deceiving because we never did one qualifying run. We worked on our race setup all day. Tomorrow we're going to sticker and tape it up and see how much horsepower we have.
"I'm optimistic that our Chevrolet Silverado can have a good run. We're just going to try and not have anyone wreck me this week."
KEVIN HARVICK, NO. 2 CAMPING WORLD SILVERADO:
"Our Silverado was pretty good in practice. Obviously our goal is to do as much as possible to help the No. 33 (Ron Hornaday, Jr.) and that team get all the information they possibly can. They are running for race wins and championships, so that is the focus. But I have a good enough truck to go out there tomorrow and have fun."
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