Huffman, No. 12 Toyota/White House Foods Preview: Dover
Robert Huffman, fresh off of his best finish of the season and rookie of the race honors, is looking forward to racing at the “Monster Mile”.
When asked about his thoughts on racing at Dover for the first time, Huffman said, “I’m really looking forward to racing at Dover. Dover is a different animal, but having raced at Bristol and Nashville which are also concrete tracks, hopefully that will help my learning curve.” He continued, “I’m not too worried because I know that Rick (Crew Chief, Rick Gay) and the boys will give me a good truck that I can work with, just like they have done all season.”
Parker, Jr., No. 21 Innovative Motorsports/Toyota Preview: Dover
After battling carburetor problems and picking up his fourth Top-25 finish of the season at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, Hank Parker, Jr. is ready to take on the “Monster Mile.”
Excited to be racing at Dover International Speedway again, Parker, Jr. said, “I feel like this race team is continuing to get stronger, and I am excited to be racing at Dover again. I missed not racing at the “Monster Mile” last year and I am really looking forward to going back there and showing what this team is capable of doing.” He continued, “Dover is a fast track, and it always makes for a interesting race. Passing will be tough, so hopefully we’ll be able to start towards the front and stay there all race.