Texas: GM teams qualifying quotes

GM Racing Chevrolet Silverdo Texas Qualifying Notes and Quotes David Starr Qualifies No. 75 Spears Silverado Third for Chex 400K DAVID STARR, NO. 75 SPEARS MANUFACTURING SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 3RD" "During practice today, we are starting this...

GM Racing Chevrolet Silverdo Texas Qualifying Notes and Quotes
David Starr Qualifies No. 75 Spears Silverado Third for Chex 400K

DAVID STARR, NO. 75 SPEARS MANUFACTURING SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 3RD"

"During practice today, we are starting this race right where we expected to be starting. This is a good spot for the GM Goodwrench Chevrolet. We picked up some time from practice and now it is time to go out and race. I don't think that starting position is all that important out here, but these guys have this truck ready to go.

JACK SPRAGUE, NO 16 CHEVY TRUCKS SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 7TH"

"We were where we practiced our qualifying runs so that isn't too bad. We would have loved to have had a shot at the pole, but we still have a good starting spot and our Chevy Trucks Silverado will race good. Everyone picked up quite a bit for qualifying so we are happy qualifying where we did, like I said, we have a great truck, the Right Truck, now we need the right luck."

DENNIS SETZER, NO 46 CHEVROLET Z71 SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 13TH"

"My Z71 Chevrolet Silverado is pretty good, we ran better than we did in practice but everyone else picked up quite a bit too. This isn't a bad starting spot, we have a good starting point for the race tomorrow night and as it cools down, we can let the track come to us."

RON HORNADAY, NO. 6 GM GOODWRENCH SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 14TH"

"We are starting this race right where we expected to be starting. This is a good spot for the GM Goodwrench Chevrolet. We picked up some time from practice and now it is time to go out and race. I don't think that starting position is all that important out here, but these guys have this truck ready to go.

ERIC NORRIS, NO. 07 PAVESTONE SILVERADO, QUALIFIED 12TH"

"We are really happy with our qualifying run. We picked up a bunch from where we practiced, at least a half a second. The crew made some great changes between practice and qualifying. It is a good starting position. The key to any of the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races is to avoid the melees that might occur, especially behind where we are starting so that is the critical part of our qualifying closer to the front. We were consistent all day so I am really happy with our effort"

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Series NASCAR Truck
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