NickHolt Posted September 24, 2014 Report Share Posted September 24, 2014 RAB Racing NNS Event Preview: Dover International SpeedwayTaming the Monster...James Buescher and the No.99 Rheem team return to Dover International Speedway this week coming off a top-15 finish last week at Kentucky Speedway. Buescher has three NASCAR Nationwide Series starts at the 1.0-mile high-banked oval with an average finish of 10.7. Buescher also has five starts at Dover International Speedway in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Buescher and the RAB Racing No.99 Rheem team are looking to capture their third top-10 of the season on Saturday afternoon during the 5-Hour Energy 200.Gotta Have a Rheem...Rheem returns to the No. 99 Toyota Camry this week serving as the primary sponsor for the No. 99 RAB Racing team. Follow Along...Don't forget you can follow James Buescher and his race team, RAB Racing on all social media platforms including twitter and Instagram at @JamesBuescher, @RAB_Racing and on facebook at facebook.com/JamesBuescherRacing and facebook.com/RABRacing. Continue to stay up-to-date with in-race posts, frequent Q&A chats and giveaway contests!Get Your Sharpies Ready...James Buescher and many of his NASCAR Nationwide Series competitors will be signing autographs for the fans from 10:00am-11:00am on Saturday morning at the Delaware Department of Transportation Display located in the Midway in Champion's Park. Be sure to come out early!Chassis Info...RAB Racing will bring chassis No. 041 with them to Dover. This particular chassis was last raced at Richmond International Raceway earlier this month. Tune In...The NASCAR Nationwide Series returns to Dover International Speedway this weekend for the 5-Hour Energy 200. The race can be seen on Saturday, September 27 at 3:30 p.m. EDT on ESPN2. The event can also be heard on SiriusXM Satellite Radio channel 90 and on MRN Radio.James Buescher on racing at Dover International Speedway: "Dover is an interesting race track and it's a lot of fun and high speed. If you have your car handling right then it's a driver's race track. You have to be handling right or you have a really long day. I can almost compare it to being like a roller coaster -- it's also like a big Bristol. We sort of struggled getting the handling right the first time at Dover this year but anytime you can race at a track twice in a year will definitely help with some notes to fall back on. Dover also has one of the coolest trophies and would be a great one to add to the collection for sure." Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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