No. 51 ARRIS Toyota Tundra News and Notes:
- Double Duty in Kentucky: Daniel Suárez returns to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) this weekend at Kentucky Speedway for another double-duty weekend. In addition to running the NCWTS race on Thursday night, Suárez will also be in his ARRIS Camry for the NASCAR XFINITY Series race on Friday evening. In his previous outing in the NCWTS at Iowa Speedway three weeks ago, Suárez started 17th and battled back to finish sixth for his second top-10 finish of the 2016 season.
- Suárez at Kentucky: Suárez has made one-career start at the newly repaved 1.5-mile Kentucky Speedway, coming last year when he started fourth and finished fourth in the ARRIS Tundra.
- KBM at Kentucky: Kyle Busch Motorsports has 14 NCWTS starts at Kentucky Speedway and has earned two wins, eight top-five, and 10 top-10 finishes. The championship-winning organization has led 453 laps, has an average start of 6.7 and an average finish of 9.5 at the 1.5-mile speedway.
- RACE INFO: The NCWTS race at Kentucky Speedway is scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, July 7th. The race will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1, Sirius XM Channel 90 and MRN Radio.
From the Cockpit:
Daniel Suárez: “I’m looking forward to this week and getting on the newly repaved Kentucky Speedway. I really enjoyed the old track, so I’m looking forward to getting in my ARRIS Tundra and figuring out the new surface on Wednesday. We have three practice sessions to get our Toyota Tundra dialled in, so we will work hard to find the right set up for Thursday night, and hopefully come away with our first victory of the 2016 season in the truck series.”
From the Pit Box:
Bono Manion: “I’m looking forward to racing under the lights on Thursday night at Kentucky Speedway and working hard on Wednesday to get our ARRIS Tundra dialed in. Wednesday’s practice sessions will be really important with the new surface, but I think we have a great game plan and I’m looking forward to the challenge. Everyone here at KBM has been working really hard to get the ARRIS Tundra in victory lane, and it would be great to get it started on Thursday night in Kentucky.”