USAR: Jennerstown: Scott Baker race notes

Scott Baker, and his Bullet Racing team were running well, and enjoying the door to door racing with Eric Corbett when the right front tire of the ...

Scott Baker, and his Bullet Racing team were running well, and enjoying the door to door racing with Eric Corbett when the right front tire of the #11 Tallmadge Asphalt Chevrolet Monte Carlo went down. As a result, there was some suspension damage, and the team was not able to return to the track to finish the event.

"Steve Scheffer, my crew chief, and the rest of the crew, really gave me a great car, she was handling well, and I felt confident that I would be able to give our sponsor and team owner a good finish," stated Baker. "I am truly disappointed, not only for our crew, but especially for Tallmadge Asphalt and the Speed Channel." "It was the first time we had an in-car camera for the sponsor, I just hope we were able to get 115 laps of some good footage for Speed, and good exposure for our sponsor." "Tallmadge Asphalt's owners, Mike and Pam Sekulich, have been friends to me and the team, and their support of Bullet Racing over the years has been incredible, Baker continued.

The team will be back on the track at Lonesome Pine on April 26th, and then on to their home track at Mansfield Motorsports Speedway on May 3rd.

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