BUSCH: Mark Green heads to "the Rock"

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-As the NASCAR Busch Series heads to the North Carolina Speedway, in Rockingham, N.C., for the second time of the season, Mark Green awaits his chance to finish what he started at the track in February. Green, driver of the...

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-As the NASCAR Busch Series heads to the North Carolina Speedway, in Rockingham, N.C., for the second time of the season, Mark Green awaits his chance to finish what he started at the track in February. Green, driver of the No. 63 Superflo Chevrolet, qualified 10th for February's ALLTEL 200, but went onto finish in the 26th position. Now with only four races left in the 2000 season, Green and his Superflo/HMV Motorsports team head to "the Rock" with hopes of putting together both a strong qualifying and raceday run at the Sam's Club 200. "Rockingham is one of my favorite racetracks," commented Green. "I have had two top-10 finishes in the past and qualified 10th in the spring. Going into the last four races of the season we need to finish strong by qualifying well and running clean, consistent races." Exxon Superflo Motor Oil is proven to withstand the harsh environment of auto racing as well as provide unsurpassed protection in everyday driving conditions. Superflo is uniquely formulated to speed protection to your engine at start-up when your engine is most vulnerable to wear and tear. Exxon Superflo Lubricants are products of ExxonMobil Lubricant and Petroleum Specialties Company, headquartered in Fairfax, Va. Exxon Superflo. Protection That's Fast. Protection That Lasts! HMV Motorsports (Hensley Racing), based in Ridgeway, Va., is the only NASCAR Busch Series team that has competed full time in the series since its inception in 1982. HMV Motorsports is owned by Hubert Hensley. You can now visit HMV Motorsports on the World Wide Web at www.hmvmotorsports.com.

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Series NASCAR XFINITY
Drivers Mark Green