Nashville Speedway USA - July 10, 1999 No. 52 Oakwood Homes Chevrolet Notes Notes & Quotes Hansen at Nashville: Scott Hansen has won two times at Nashville Speedway USA in the Slim Jim All Pro Series in 1993 and 1995. Equipment: The Oakwood...
Nashville Speedway USA - July 10, 1999
No. 52 Oakwood Homes Chevrolet Notes Notes & Quotes
Hansen at Nashville: Scott Hansen has won two times at Nashville Speedway USA in the Slim Jim All Pro Series in 1993 and 1995.
Equipment: The Oakwood Homes Racing team is taking a truck named "Lisa" to Nashville. The truck competed earlier this year at The Milwaukee Mile, Martinsville Speedway, Mesa Marin Raceway and Evergreen Speedway. It also ran last year at Nashville Speedway USA.
"The truck we are bringing to Nashville is the same truck that finished fifth there last year," crew chief Wally Brown said. "It is suited well for the track and Scott really likes the way this truck handles."
1998 Statistics: The Oakwood Homes Racing team started 16th and finished fifth in last year's race at Nashville Speedway USA.
Scott Hansen / Oakwood Homes Appearance: Hansen will sign autographs on Thursday, July 8th from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Oakwood Homes Sales Center in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Oakwood Homes will give away tickets to the upcoming Federated Auto Parts 250 at Nashville Speedway USA. The Oakwood Homes show truck will also be on-site at the Sales Center, located at 5103 New Nashville Highway. For directions, please call 615-896-7565. Customers may also visit any Oakwood Homes sales center nationwide and register to win a trip to the Richard Petty Driving Experience and a chance to win a Oakwood Dream Home.
Heading into Nashville, Looking Back at Milwaukee
Busy Weekend: In addition to his NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at Milwaukee last weekend, Hansen competed in two other races. He ran in the NASCAR Busch Series race at Milwaukee on Sunday, July 4, in the No. 28 LAR Motorsports Chevrolet and finished 28th. That same night, Hansen competed in a late model event at Slinger Speedway, located 40 miles north of Milwaukee and finished second.