Keller Looks to Become the First Multiple Winner at NH * The America's Incredible Pizza Company race team is heading into Loudon, NH this weekend with back-to-back top-10 finishes at Kentucky (10th) and Milwaukee (9th). * ...
Keller Looks to Become the First Multiple Winner at NH
* The America's Incredible Pizza Company race team is heading into Loudon, NH this weekend with back-to-back top-10 finishes at Kentucky (10th) and Milwaukee (9th).
* Keller currently sits 11th in the driver point standings; 50 points shy of the 10th position
* Keller has 15 starts at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a win back in 2001
* Keller hopes to become the first ever multiple winner at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. There have been 21 different race winners at New Hampshire in 21 races
* Keller has accumulated one win, two top-five and five top-10 finishes at the 1.058-mile oval
* In 439 career starts; Keller has 10 wins, 81 top-five and 165 top-10 finishes. He currently holds the all-time career start record and winning's in the NASCAR Nationwide Series
* CJM Racing crew member John Kowalski is from Framingham, MA and now resides in Henniker, NH. John serves as the crews catch can man on race day
* The America's Incredible Pizza Company Racing Team will be running chassis #09 at New Hampshire; #09 is a brand new chassis and will see its first ever track time during practice on Friday
KELLER'S THOUGHTS ON HITTING THE HALFWAY MARK THIS SEASON:
"It's hard to believe we are hitting the halfway point of the season already. Our season has been filled with so many ups and downs. More positive than negative though. We came into the season not knowing what our future would be in this series. The crew never gave up and fortunately America's Incredible Pizza Company saw what this team could do and signed on so CJM could run a full season. I feel very blessed for this opportunity. Over the course of the month or so our program has really turned a corner. I'm hoping that momentum will continue into the second half of the season."
KELLER'S THOUGHTS ON NEW HAMPSHIRE MOTOR SPEEDWAY:
"These last few years New Hampshire hasn't been very good to me and I'm hoping to change that this weekend. I'm familiar with the track and it's a place I definitely enjoy going to but I've had a string of bad luck. I'd like nothing more than for my luck to change and go down in the record books as the only driver to win multiple (NNS) races in New Hampshire."