HERMIE SADLER ON CHARLOTTE "I'm really looking forward to running my second race for Baker Curb Racing. In Richmond, we got off to a little bit of a slow start but by the end of the race we were running top-10 lap times. This time around ...
HERMIE SADLER ON CHARLOTTE
"I'm really looking forward to running my second race for Baker Curb Racing. In Richmond, we got off to a little bit of a slow start but by the end of the race we were running top-10 lap times. This time around everything should go much smoother because I'm more familiar with the team and vice versa. We have an open practice on Wednesday, and that will allow me to run several laps and get acquainted with this new car on a bigger track. These new cars drive somewhat similar to the trucks, so having run the truck race at Charlotte in May should help as well. I think the second time around we will be a lot more competitive and I look forward to bringing home a solid finish for Baker Curb in the No. 27 CruiseOne/enMotion Mustang."
CREW CHIEF JOHN REESE ON CHARLOTTE
"This week in Charlotte will be very beneficial to Baker Curb Racing. Being a small team, we haven't been able to go out and test the new Nationwide Series cars like a lot of the bigger teams have. We get an extra day of testing this week and all the data that we acquire will be extremely helpful for not only the race on Friday but for when we go to running these cars full time next season. Charlotte is a challenging track. It is very fast and very slick. The track is extremely sensitive to temperature changes, so the Thursday evening practice will be very important because the conditions will be closest to what it will be like in the race. It will be our second race working with Hermie, so we know what he likes on the setup of the car. After making some adjustments in the Richmond race, we had a real strong car so we'll have a good starting point for Charlotte."
-source: baker curb racing