Kluever on racing in New Hampshire: "New Hampshire is a lot like Milwaukee, where we raced last weekend. I think we learned a lot about what our set-up needs, and what didn't work at Milwaukee which we can use at New Hampshire. As I've said ...
Kluever on racing in New Hampshire:
"New Hampshire is a lot like Milwaukee, where we raced last weekend. I think we learned a lot about what our set-up needs, and what didn't work at Milwaukee which we can use at New Hampshire. As I've said before, I'm not a fan of flat tracks, but I think we could have had a top-10 finish at Milwaukee if we didn't have to pit out of sequence to fix the fender. Restarting at the end of the lead lap followed by the longest green-flag run of the race put us a lap down which we could never get back. If we can have a good, clean race at New Hampshire than I believe we can get a good finish."
Eddie Pardue on racing in New Hampshire:
"We're taking chassis 190 to New Hampshire this weekend. Todd raced this car at Milwaukee last year, and then it went to one of our other Busch teams for a while, and now we have it back. I think it's a good car and with the information we learned at Milwaukee last week we should have a good showing on Saturday."
-Kluever has bettered his average finish by four positions this season compared to the same 11 races last year.
-The first annual "Todd Kluever Ride To Cure Diabetes" raised $19,500 to benefit the American Diabetes Association and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation last Sunday. Just over 150 riders participated in the 75-mile ride.