(October 14, 2003) HARDEEVILLE, SC- Dusty Williams, driver of the Dixie Excavating Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the NASCAR Kodak Southeastern Series, has verbally committed to test again this Saturday, October 18, 2003 beginning at 10:00 am at the ...
(October 14, 2003) HARDEEVILLE, SC- Dusty Williams, driver of the Dixie Excavating Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the NASCAR Kodak Southeastern Series, has verbally committed to test again this Saturday, October 18, 2003 beginning at 10:00 am at the Hardeeville Motor Speedway in Hardeeville, SC. Williams, who finished 10th in the NASCAR Kodak Series, tested at Hardeeville Motor Speedway late last week and concentrated on getting his Monte Carlo to turn better in the corners.
"We've never been able to turn well here at Hardeeville and since this track is very, very similar in the corners as far as turning is concerned, we want to test as much as possible here", said Williams. After his initial testing last week, Williams said his crew needs "some shop time to make changes to the front end since we're still not turning real well in the corners". Williams did not hesitate when asked what message, if any, would he have for any of the drivers in the southwest or west series, simply advising them "don't expect to be upfront where you always have been".
Speedway officials will be on hand and the public is welcome to attend the practice session until 2:00pm.
Williams and another local driver, AJ Frank of Bluffton, SC will both be driving in the Toyota All Star Showdown at Irwindale Speedway in California in November. The All Star event will be broadcast live November 8th on Speedvision Network.
For more information, contact the Hardeeville Motor Speedway at 843-784-7223 or go online at www.hardeevillespeedway.com. The Hardeeville Motor Speedway is located on U.S. Rt. 17, 2 miles south of Hardeeville, SC at exit 5 from I-95 and just minutes north of Savannah, GA.