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Doug Rippie/NayKid Racing ready for Texas

NayKid Racing's West Coast Corvettes C500/R Corvette makes its first appearance in Texas when the Speedvision World Challenge comes to the Texas Motor Speedway, September 1-3, 2000. The race is part of the inaugural Texas Grand Prix. Team ...

NayKid Racing's West Coast Corvettes C500/R Corvette makes its first appearance in Texas when the Speedvision World Challenge comes to the Texas Motor Speedway, September 1-3, 2000. The race is part of the inaugural Texas Grand Prix. Team owner/driver Scotty B. White considers Doug Rippie to be the team's secret weapon.

"Doug is personally and actively involved in this racing program," explains White. "Not only did he oversee all aspects on the construction of this fantastic race car, but he is with the team at every race. I am continually amazed at his brilliance and the depth of his experience. I learn something new from him every time I put the car on the track."

White is optimistic about the teams competitiveness at TMS and he looking forward to meeting the Texas Corvette enthusiasts.

"At every event, we fine tune this car and bring it closer to the performance level of the race leaders. We believe we are a threat for a podium finish in every race we enter."

White added, "Texas Corvette owners have a great reputation for their passion of the marques. We hope they will visit us in the paddock and cheer for our distinctive black and screaming green West Coast Corvettes DRM C500/R."

NayKid Racing posted two top-ten finishes during the first half of the 2000 season. In 1999, Scotty B. White scored the first-ever C5 Corvette racing victory when he bested the field at Vancouver. He feels the West Coast Corvettes DRM C500/R and is ready to record its first win in 2000.

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