Jason Leffler Ready to Learn the Texas Two Step in Victory Lane at Texas * Texas the Site of Leffler's First Career Nationwide Series Pole In his first start at Texas Motor Speedway in 2000, Leffler captured his first Nationwide Series...
Jason Leffler Ready to Learn the Texas Two Step in Victory Lane at Texas
* Texas the Site of Leffler's First Career Nationwide Series Pole
In his first start at Texas Motor Speedway in 2000, Leffler captured his first Nationwide Series pole. Two years later, he sat on the pole for his first Camping World Truck Series race at the Fort Worth track.
* Leffler's Texas Nationwide Series Highlights
Leffler has nine Nationwide Series starts at Texas with one pole (2000), three top-10 finishes and five top-15 finishes. In the series' last stop at the 1.5-mile tri-oval, Leffler posted a 17th place finish after starting from ninth.
* Braun Racing Fielding Three Cars at Texas
Leffler will have two teammates this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway as Burney Lamar will pilot the No. 32 Dollar General Toyota and David Reutimann will drive the No. 10 Beringer Toyota.
* Testing, Testing 1, 2, 3
Jason Leffler and the Great Clips team spent gearing up for the series' upcoming short track races by testing at Motor Mile Speedway in Radford, VA on Monday.
LEFFLER ON TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY
"Texas is an awesome track - fast and slick with a wide racing surface. The older the track gets the slicker it gets and the wider the groove gets in the race allowing you to run pretty much wherever you want to. It's a lot of fun to race there, especially when you get up there right against the fence. Turn two is the trouble spot there. The banking holds you really good and then at last second the banking falls off so if you aren't careful you can get caught out there and pick up a bad push at the very end or if you're pushing before that it can snap you loose. It definitely has its own unique characteristics but it a great track and the racing is always really good there."
Chassis no. 38 will make its debut in the Braun Racing rotation this weekend!