SCOTT WIMMER ON NASHVILLE "I'm really excited about running for Baker Curb at Nashville. Greg Biffle has had strong runs all year long and they have a lot of momentum going. I was able to run the No. 27 at Talladega and had a top 5 run spoiled...
SCOTT WIMMER ON NASHVILLE
"I'm really excited about running for Baker Curb at Nashville. Greg Biffle has had strong runs all year long and they have a lot of momentum going. I was able to run the No. 27 at Talladega and had a top 5 run spoiled when we got caught up in a crash on the last lap. Johnny Sauter was strong in the Red Man Moist Snuff Ford the first time at Nashville and I think we'll be fast again this weekend. I've done a lot of testing for Richard Childress Racing at Nashville and made a lot of laps around the place, so I'm really comfortable there. I'm really strong on the concrete tracks because I know what I need from the car and I'll be able to give Rick the information that he needs to have a real good car during the race. I've won the spring race at Nashville before but it would be extra special to win for Baker Curb Racing in their backyard!"
CREW CHIEF RICK VIERS ON NASHVILLE
"I think that Scott Wimmer will pick up right where Greg Biffle left off and we'll be running in the top 5 competing for a win this weekend at Nashville. I can't say enough about what Greg did for this team in his ten races in our car. He gained a lot of respect for our program and showed that this team can build fast race cars and compete for wins. Our primary car this week is car 83, which is the car Greg ran at Dover and we also ran at the first Nashville race with Johnny Sauter. Scott has had a lot of success at Nashville in the past and he'll be able to give us good feedback on what adjustments we need to make the car fast. Nashville is definitely a place that you need to keep the nose down on the ground and keep the car turning thru the center of the corners.