Paul Wolfe is no stranger to New Hampshire International Raceway, having competed there several times during his tenure in the NASCAR Busch North Series. In eight starts at "The Magic Mile" Wolfe has three top-five and five top-10 finishes, and...
Paul Wolfe is no stranger to New Hampshire International Raceway, having competed there several times during his tenure in the NASCAR Busch North Series. In eight starts at "The Magic Mile" Wolfe has three top-five and five top-10 finishes, and has finished outside of the top-15 only twice. He is very anxious to get back behind the wheel of the No. 6 Hungry Drivers Dodge, especially at a track where he has had much success.
Paul Wolfe on New Hampshire International Raceway:
"Going back to New Hampshire International Speedway is almost like going home for me," said Wolfe. "I have had success there in the Busch North Series and look forward to that same kind of success next weekend. Knowing that I have a good amount of track time there gives me a lot of confidence in our chances for a good solid finish. My goal is to give the Hungry Drivers program and Tommy Baldwin Racing their best finish of the season. Tommy has seen his share of success at New Hampshire, and between him and crew chief Ron Otto, I know that we will be pretty close on our set-up when we unload the truck. From there, we can make the changes necessary to ensure a good qualifying run and a finishing position up front."
Car Owner, Tommy Baldwin, on the new Green, White, Checkered finish format:
"The Green, White, Checkered format is going to change our strategy some as far as fuel mileage, but overall I think it's great for the sport and for our fans," said Baldwin. "One thing is for sure, the new rule is going to make for some wild finishes."
This Week's Primary Sponsor:
Hellmann's mayonnaise will serve as the primary sponsor on the No. 6 Dodge this weekend in the Siemens 200.