* Veteran driver, Scott Riggs will be back behind the wheel of the No. 09 Ford Fusion for the third consecutive race on the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule with RAB Racing. * Although RAB Racing only has 26 laps of track-time in one start...
* Veteran driver, Scott Riggs will be back behind the wheel of the No. 09 Ford Fusion for the third consecutive race on the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule with RAB Racing.
* Although RAB Racing only has 26 laps of track-time in one start at LVMS the team has the experience of veteran driver, Scott Riggs on their side. Riggs has 10 starts at the 1.5-mile D-shaped oval in four different series, leading 67 laps and bringing home one top-5 finish.
Keep Up the Momentum: Scott Riggs along with rookie crew chief, Ben Gable and the No. 09 RAB Racing team have done what no one else has done before with this team in just the first two races of the season. The sophomore team improved their best finish at Daytona by six, finishing 15th in the DRIVE4COPD 300 and matched that by improving their Auto Club Speedway finishing position by one, finishing 16th in the Stater Bros. 300 at ACS last weekend. The RAB Racing team has had a strong start to the 2010 season, and hopes to carry that momentum forward to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend for the Sam's Town 300 on Saturday.
Double Down in "Sin City" for a Good Cause: Scott Riggs will join other NASCAR celebrities in the Dale Earnhardt Foundation Celebrity Poker Tournament on Thursday afternoon, February 25th at the Stratosphere. The event will start at 4:00 p.m. local time in the Theater of the Star Showroom.
Points Check: Following a top-20 performance at Auto Club Speedway, the No. 09 Ford Fusion owned by Robby Benton moved up one position to 14th; 26 points outside the top-10. This is the highest point's position the sophomore team has held since its inception into the series (September, 2008).
This Week's No. 09 Ford: Scott Riggs will pilot chassis No. 032 in the Sam's Town 300 at LVMS this weekend. This chassis was raced seven times during the 2009 season, most recently at Texas Motor Speedway (November, 2008) finishing 18th.
Las Vegas is a gambling town and drivers are usually considered gamblers on the race track. Would you consider yourself a gambler?
"I think I'm willing to roll the dice if necessary, but I guess it all depends on the situation. As a driver when you are put in the right situation where you need to gamble, I'll take the chance and do what I have to do to see how it all turns out. In the situation we are in at RAB Racing though, I feel like we need to play it safe and showcase our potential on the track and save our cars. However, if you can put yourself in those positions to make those gambles, that usually means you are doing something right. I'm not a huge gambler, but I will in the right situation."
-source: rab racing