HUNGRY DRIVERS RACING NOTES & QUOTES: Last Race Casey Atwood, drove the No. 6 Country CrockÂ® Dodge Charger to a 9th place finish last weekend at Kentucky Speedway. The 9th place finish was the third top-10 finish of the season for the...
HUNGRY DRIVERS RACING NOTES & QUOTES:
Casey Atwood, drove the No. 6 Country Crock® Dodge Charger to a 9th place finish last weekend at Kentucky Speedway. The 9th place finish was the third top-10 finish of the season for the Hungry Drivers team.
Hines Rejoins the Hungry Drivers Racing Program
Last season, Tracy Hines was one of four drivers to participate in the Hungry Drivers program for sponsors, Country Crock®, Ragu® and Hellmann's®. This weekend, Hines will rejoin the Hungry Drivers program by driving the No. 6 Country Crock® Dodge in this weekend's SBC 250. Saturday night's event will mark Hines' second NASCAR Busch Series start this season, the first coming in California driving the No. 43 car. Plans at this time call for Hines to be back in the No. 6 Dodge in August at Indianapolis Raceway Park.
Hines, on Driving the No. 6 Hungry Drivers Dodge in Milwaukee
"It's an honor to do anything with Ray Evernham, and to drive for him in the Busch Series is an incredible opportunity. They've worked hard to make their Busch series program competitive on a week in and week out basis, and I know when we roll off the trailer in Milwaukee we'll have a real good car and a good chance to run up front in the race. I can't thank the people at Unilever enough for allowing me to represent them once more. I will give my best effort to give them another good finish this weekend in Milwaukee."
Hines will compete with chassis No. 12 in this weekend's SBC 250 in Milwaukee. This is the same chassis that Kasey Kahne drove earlier this season at Phoenix International Raceway where he won the Busch Pole award.
Shedd's Spread Country Crock® will serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 6 Dodge Charger in this weekend's event.