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James Buescher heading for Indy for a Nationwide Indy 250

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James Buescher

No. 30 ABF Chevrolet

Indianapolis Motor Speedway – Indy 250

July 28, 2012


No. 30 Car 2012 NNS Season Totals


* Starts 17

* Wins 2

* Poles 0

* Top-Fives 3

* Top-10s 9

* DNF 1

* Money won $526,036


No. 30 ABF Chevrolet News and Notes

· This Week’s Impala… The No. 30 ABF Chevrolet Impala team will bring chassis TMS-331 to the inaugural Indy 250 at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. TMS-331 is a brand-new chassis to the No. 30 ABF Chevrolet team.

· Welcome Back… Long time Turner Motorsports partner ABF will again adorn the sides of the No. 30 Chevrolet Impala this weekend in Indianapolis.

· What a Comeback… James Buescher and his No. 31 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team captured their third victory of the season last Saturday night at Chicagoland Speedway in dramatic fashion. The 22-year-old rebounded from being two laps down because of a carburetor change to take the win. With the victory, Buescher sits 35 points behind point leader Timothy Peters with 12 events left to run on the schedule.

· Come and See Me… James Buescher will participate in Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series autograph session at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS). He, along with his Turner Motorsports teammates, will sign autographs for fans on Saturday, July 28th from 10:30 am-11:30 EST right outside the infield pagoda. The 22-year-old will also make a visit to the Team Chevy display, located in the infield of IMS, on Saturday, July 28th at 2:30 pm EST.

· Follow Me… Visit www.twitter.com/jamesbuescher or www.facebook.com/jamesbuescherracing for the latest news and updates on James Buescher and the No. 30 ABF Chevrolet team.

· Watch and Listen… The Indy 250 can be seen live on Saturday, July 28th on ESPN. Race coverage will begin at 4 pm EST. The event can also be heard live on MRN Radio as well as Sirius Satellite Radio, channel 90.


James Buescher on racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

“This is going to be a monumental weekend for the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Indianapolis Motor Speedway is an iconic venue, and to be able to say that I raced in the first [NASCAR] Nationwide Series race there is very special. There is so much rich racing history in Indianapolis. We have had quite a bit of success at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis, and I hope that we can carry over that success at the big track. To be able to kiss the bricks at the end of the day would mean so much to everyone at Turner Motorsports. We know it is going to be a tough race, but feel like we have as good a shot as any to get our ABF Chevrolet into victory lane.”

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