KEN SCHRADER HOMESTEAD MOTORSPORTS COMPLEX NASCAR BUSCH SERIES NOTES AND QUOTES Ken Schrader will make his third start at the Homestead Motorsports Complex. He ran the inaugural NASCAR Busch Series event in 1995 and the inaugural NASCAR...
KEN SCHRADER HOMESTEAD MOTORSPORTS COMPLEX NASCAR BUSCH SERIES NOTES AND QUOTES
Ken Schrader will make his third start at the Homestead Motorsports Complex. He ran the inaugural NASCAR Busch Series event in 1995 and the inaugural NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race in 1996.
"The track has changed since the last time I was there and the speeds will be faster with the new configuration," said Ken Schrader, driver of the No. 15 Oakwood Homes Chevrolet. "If the track changes mirror the excellent facility, it should be a good weekend. It will also be a good opportunity to experience the track changes and make preparations for when we run the Winston Cup cars there next year."
Andy Petree Racing is taking their flat track car to Homestead. The car has competed at Richmond and Indianapolis Raceway Park earlier this year.
Oakwood Homes has renewed their sponsorship with Ken Schrader and Andy Petree Racing on the NASCAR Busch Series. The No. 15 Oakwood Homes Chevrolet will compete in 14 NASCAR Busch Series events in 1999 and one Winston West event.
Oakwood Homes will conclude their "Racin' Sellabration" promotion Monday, November 16 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Twenty-four winners and employees will participate in the Richard Petty Driving Experience throughout the day. Oakwood Homes will give away a Sunrise Dream Home at 4:30 p.m. to one of nine contestants. Mike Snow of Speedway Scene won the media contest held at Atlanta Motor Speedway and he will participate in the Richard Petty Driving Experience. Radio personalities John Boy & Billy of 99.7 "The Fox" will broadcast live from 3-5 p.m. and Ken Schrader will be on hand for those hours as well.