Bristol II: Toyota Motorsports quotes, notes 2009-08-18

Reutimann Returns to Braun Racing NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) NEWS, NOTES & ...

Reutimann Returns to Braun Racing

NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS)

NEWS, NOTES & NUMBERS: Toyota Camry drivers have recorded 10 wins (Busch -- California, Texas, Richmond, Nashville- 2, New Hampshire and St. Louis; Logano -- Nashville-1, Kentucky, Chicagoland; Ambrose -- Watkins Glen), 43 top-fives and 81 top-10 finishes through 23 NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) races this season ... Busch leads the NNS point standings by 339 points over second-place Edwards ... Busch's series record streak of 10 straight top-two finishes was snapped last weekend at Michigan when the 24-year-old Las Vegas-native finished third ... Brian Scott will make his fifth NNS start of the season Friday night, but his first in the CJM Racing No. 11 Ridemakerz Camry.

DAVID REUTIMANN, No. 32 Dollar General Stores Toyota Camry, Braun Racing

How strenuous is driving both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup races at Bristol? "Driving double duty at Bristol is a workout. Any race at Bristol, no matter the length, is tough on a driver -- not only physically, but mentally. However, as competitors we wouldn't have it any other way. Any chance to get that additional seat time at a race track like Bristol is a welcomed opportunity. To be honest, I don't see any disadvantages -- usually at a bigger track you would say that the driving difference between the Nationwide car and the Sprint Cup car would be noticeable in the handling, but at Bristol it's slight enough that it's not that big of a deal."

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