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James Buescher / Rab Racing NSS event preview: Richmond International Raceway


Friday Night Under the Lights...After a cut left-front tire spoiled the No. 99 RAB Racingteams chances for their first top-10 of the season at Darlington Raceway, the Rheem team comes to Richmond regrouped and looking to string together some solid results. James Buescher has four previous NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) starts at the 0.75 D-shaped oval. In those four starts, he has three top-15 finishes.

Gotta Have a Rheem...For 27 races in 2014, Rheem will adorn the sides of the RAB Racing No. 99 Toyota Camry.

Now Appearing...Buescher will stop by the Toyota PitPass display on Friday at 2:00pm EDT for a question and answer session. James will also sign some autographs for the fans in attendance. The Toyota PitPass display is located in the vendor midway outside the front stretch of the track.

Get Social...Don't forget you can follow James Buescher and his race team, RAB Racing on all social media platforms including twitter and Instagram, @JamesBuescher, @RAB_Racing and on facebook at facebook.com/JamesBuescherRacing and facebook.com/RABRacing. Continue to stay up-to-date with in-race updates, frequent Q&A chats and giveaway contests!

Tune In...After a weekend off, The NASCAR Nationwide Series is back in action at their second short track of the season. The Toyota Care 250 at Richmond International Raceway will be run on Friday, April 25 at 7:00 pm EDT. The event can be seen on ESPNNEWSand can be heard on SiriusXM Satellite Radio, channel 90 and on MRN Radio.

How was it to have a weekend off?

"It felt really good to be at home and spend some quality time with my family and friends. I was able to get some projects around the house done and just be able to relax. I feel reenergized and I know the guys at the shop have been hard at work so I'm looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of our No. 99 Rheem Toyota Camry at Richmond."

What would it mean to win at Richmond?

"Richmond is Chris Rice's (crew chief) home race track -- he's really excited about going to Richmond. Richmond has been one of my least favorite tracks to go to honestly. I've already told him that, but I'm going to learn to like it and we're going to figure it out. I'm hoping that we can do well there. It seems like we did well out in Phoenix before the rain came and the two-tire pit stop came so I'm hoping we will have a good run at Richmond for another short track race.

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