The Truck: "High Boy" Raced at Chicago last week. Norick qualified 3rd and finished 3rd. "High Boy" ran the week before that at Nashville where Norick qualified 11th and finished 9th. This week: Through Aventis Behring's Victory Lane Kids* ...
The Truck: "High Boy" Raced at Chicago last week. Norick qualified 3rd and finished 3rd. "High Boy" ran the week before that at Nashville where Norick qualified 11th and finished 9th.
Through Aventis Behring's Victory Lane Kids* program, patients from all around the Philadelphia area will be able to experience the thrill of NASCAR racing.
* On Thursday August 23rd from 9-10:30AM, Norick will visit patients at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on behalf of his Victory Lane Kids program.
* On Sunday August 26th from 9:30AM-12:30PM, Norick's sponsor, Aventis Behring will host the largest Victory Lane Kids event to date...370 guests of Aventis Behring will be in the stands, cheering for their driver Lance Norick and his #90 ABChoice Chevrolet. In addition to race tickets, guests receive lunch, fantastic gifts (including t-shirts, hats and die-cast collectibles of the #90 ABChoice Chevy Silverado!) They also get to meet Norick and get his autograph at the hospitality suite before the race begins at 12:30PM on Saturday.
NASCAR Craftsman Series Driver Lance Norick says: "It makes me feel great to be able to give something to my community and through the Victory Lane Kids program, I get the chance to do so in just about every city I race. It makes me feel like I am doing more than just racing. I am getting to give back to the fans who make it all possible."
at Nazareth, including working as Crew Chief for Ricky Craven's Nazareth-winning BGN team.
"I like Nazareth...it's a fun place to race. The track is pretty unique...like a left-turn only road course, with lots of bumps and hills. It's definitely not your traditional oval."
"We hope to keep the momentum going from Chicago. Nazareth is right in Aventis Behring's back yard, and they are going to have 370 people at this race, so we really want to do well for them."
John Monsam, Crew Chief: "We're are bringing High Boy again. It has had good runs at both Nashville and Chicago and now we get to see how it will do at Nazareth."
-L & R Motorsports