Crocker Makes Final Busch Series Start of the Year at Phoenix Erin Crocker will make her last Busch Series start of the season in this weekend's Arizona 200 driving the No. 6 RaguÂ® Dodge. Crocker Pulling Double Duty Crocker will pull ...
Crocker Makes Final Busch Series Start of the Year at Phoenix
Erin Crocker will make her last Busch Series start of the season in this weekend's Arizona 200 driving the No. 6 Ragu® Dodge.
Crocker Pulling Double Duty
Crocker will pull double duty this weekend, driving in the NASCAR Truck Series race on Friday and the NASCAR Busch Series race on Saturday
Crocker on Phoenix
"I look forward to going to Phoenix this weekend and to running in both the truck race and the Busch race. I think the additional seat time I get from practicing and racing on the truck side will be very helpful in the Busch race on Saturday. In my final Busch race of the year, I just want to complete every lap, stay out of trouble and put up a solid finish. If we can do that, I will go home satisfied.
Crew Chief, Trip Bruce on Phoenix
"Phoenix is a somewhat of a tricky track. You have two different corners, one being wide and sweeping and the other being a little more narrow. So you are setting a car up to get around a track that is different everywhere you go. If you are really good in one and two, you might have to give a little in three and four. You're not going to be perfect at both ends of the track, but if you can get it close you'll have a good day."
Crocker will compete with chassis, No. 11, in this weekend's event in Phoenix. Chassis No. 11 has taken the Hungry Drivers™ team to two top-ten finishes this season including Mike Wallace's 2nd place finish at Gateway International Raceway in July.