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2012 Martinsville: Dodge NASCAR Truck Race Preview
Posted by: newsla on Oct 24, 2012 - 06:05 PM
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2012 Martinsville: Dodge NASCAR Truck Race Preview


RYAN BLANEY
– No. 29 Draw-Tite RAM
Crew Chief: Doug Randolph

 

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Career Stats:
Starts: 5
Wins: 1
Top Fives: 1
Top 10s: 3
Poles: 0
Laps Led: 66

2012 Season Stats:
Starts: 5
Wins: 1
Top Fives: 1
Top 10s: 3
Poles: 0
Laps Led: 66
• Will be making his sixth NCWTS start of the season, all in the No. 29 RAM for Brad Keselowski Racing.
• Scored sixth-place finish in most recent start at Talladega Superspeedway (race No. 17).
• Claimed first NCWTS victory at Iowa Speedway in his third series start. The win was the first for RAM since Dennis Setzer won at Martinsville in March 2008.
• Become the youngest winner in series history at 18 years of age when he won at Iowa, surpassing Kyle Busch.
• Has led 66 laps this season – all in the last three consecutive NCWTS races.
• Brad Keselowski Racing is sixth in the NCWTS owner standings, 54 behind leader Richard Childress (No. 3).
• Average finish in five races this season is 7.0 while his average start position is 10.8.
• Will be making his first Martinsville Speedway start this weekend.
• Started fifth and finished sixth in series debut at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
• Has completed 100 percent of total possible laps this season (all 668 laps). Owns one win and two top 10s in two NCWTS short track starts this season.

RAM DRIVER QUOTES
“We tested at Little Rock last week and sorted a few things out; we were really happy with what we found. I think we have a really good RAM for this weekend from the testing and data that I’ve seen. We’ll see when we get out there but I’m really happy with what we did with the truck at Little Rock, the changes we made and how it reacted. I think we can really finish top five. If we can come out of there with a good top five and the front and rear bumpers still intact, that’d be a good day. This will be my first time racing at Martinsville. It’s what I’m used to from late model racing.”
---- Ryan Blaney

THE NUMBERS: MARTINSVILLE SPEEDWAY
• RAM has FIVE wins at Martinsville: Jimmy Hensley (1999), Bobby Hamilton (2000), Scott Riggs (2001), Jamie McMurray (2004) and Dennis Setzer (2008).
• RAM has THREE poles at Martinsville: Joe Ruttman (2001), Ted Musgrave (2003 spring) and Bobby Hamilton Jr. (2006 spring) • RAM has 17 top-five and 40 top-10 finishes at Martinsville.
• At least one RAM driver has finished in the top 10 in 19 of 27 previous NCWTS races at Martinsville.

RAM IN THE CAMPING WORLD TRUCK SERIES
• Bobby Hamilton (2004) and Ted Musgrave (2005) won the season championship driving a RAM.
• RAM has claimed the manufacturer’s title three times in the 17-year history of the series – 2001, 2003 and 2004.
• Tony Raines gave RAM its first win in the series in 1997, winning at I-70 Speedway in Odessa, Mo. There have been 66 trips to victory lane since then.
• RAM won 15 of the 24 NCWTS races during the 2001 season, 13 of 25 in 2003 and 11 of 25 in 2004.
• There have been 436 races in the NCWTS beginning at Phoenix International Raceway on Feb. 2, 1995. There were three RAM drivers – Joe Bessey, Bob Keselowski and Walker Evans – in the 33-truck starting field • RAM’s most recent NCWTS win came at Iowa.

RAM TALK
“Ryan has been around the race track at Martinsville his whole life but never raced on it. He understands some of the challenges that we will be facing there. Track position is huge, so we’ll work on qualifying quite a bit. We did a test at Little Rock. Ryan looks like he’s got a really good line and understanding of what it’s going to take to win there.”
-- Doug Randolph, Crew Chief, No. 29 Draw-Tite RAM


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