* This Week's Tundra... The No. 81 Cash America Toyota Tundra team will compete with chassis RMM-40 this weekend at Nashville Superspeedway. The chassis was raced at Gateway International Raceway where Starr finished in the 13th ...
* This Week's Tundra... The No. 81 Cash America Toyota Tundra team will compete with chassis RMM-40 this weekend at Nashville Superspeedway. The chassis was raced at Gateway International Raceway where Starr finished in the 13th position.
career, Starr has proven to be one of the top drivers at Nashville Superspeedway. He is currently tied for fourth on the all-time top-10 list with four top-10 finishes in eight starts at the Tennessee superspeedway. Additionally, Starr is tied for third-place on the list for the most top-five finishes around the 1.33-mile oval with three top-five finishes throughout his career. Since Nashville Superspeedway made its debut on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule in 2001, Starr has competed in nine races at the track, making him one of the most experienced drivers in Saturday night's field.
David Starr on driving at Nashville Superspeedway
"I've always loved going to Nashville. It's a cool city to go visit, and on top of that they throw a race in! Ever since we started racing at the Nashville Fairgrounds, I've just always loved going there. Being from Texas I'm a big country music fan, and the Nashville Superspeedway is a great place to race too with the banking and the concrete track--it's always a really fun weekend."
Crew Chief Doug Wolcott on racing at Nashville Superspeedway
"Our team is looking forward to getting back to Nashville Superspeedway and to having another chance at that track. We missed the setup for the spring race and struggled all weekend, but we learned a lot while we were there. We've been working really hard to create a new package that we think will work much better at [Nashville Superspeedway]. Hopefully we'll get a little bit of good luck and we'll have a really good day."
-source: randy moss motorsports