DAVID REUTIMANN QUICK FACTS
No. 11 Rexall Toyota Camry
November 20, 2010
• Back home for David Reutimann… The driver of the No. 11 Rexall Camry is returning to his home state as the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) heads to Florida this weekend for the 2010 season finale. Reutimann hails from Zephyrhills, Fla. which is about 300 miles north of Homestead-Miami Speedway.
• Rexall™ colors on the hood and Reutimann behind the wheel of the No. 11… The No. 11 will feature primary sponsor, Rexall, this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The orange and blue Rexall car comes to the Nationwide Series as the nearly 100 year-old line of health care products makes their debut at Dollar General stores around the country. Reutimann brought home two hard-fought top-15 finishes at Charlotte Motor Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway in the Rexall Camry.
• Homestead-Miami Speedway: By the numbers… Reutimann has made six NNS starts at Homestead-Miami Speedway with one top-10 finish to his credit. He has an average starting position of 21.0 and average finishing position of 19.2. He is also listed in the top-five in several categories in NASCAR’s pre-race loop data statistics including closers (3rd), passes under green-flag conditions (4th) and passes by straightaway [both frontstretch and backstretch] (1st).
• Turner Motorsports 2011 plans announced… Turner Motorsports recently announced that its driver line-up for the 2011 season will include the return of a number of familiar faces such as Kasey Kahne, Reed Sorenson, Jason Leffler, James Buescher, Ricky Carmichael and USAC superstar, Brad Sweet. The team has also added NASCAR Nationwide Series standout, Justin Allgaier, to their stable of drivers. Turner Motorsports will continue their relationship with General Motors and the Chevrolet brand and has created alliances with Hendrick Motorsports, who will provide engine support for both its NNS and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) programs, Kevin Harvick Inc. for body and aero support, and Earnhardt Technology Group for drive train and suspension technology assistance. The team will field three full-time entries in both the NCWTS and NNS.
Reutimann on racing with Turner Motorsports
“It’s been really great working with Turner Motorsports. They build really good cars and I’ve really enjoyed working with Stewart [Cooper, crew chief] and the No. 11 guys. I’m looking forward to finishing out the season on a high note and hopefully contending for the win at Homestead! I’ve been very fortunate to be able to work closely with Dollar General, and now with Rexall, over the last two seasons. They are great supporters of racing and we are lucky to have such great partners behind us. I really want to be able to get the win for Rexall in my last race with them!”
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The No. 11 Rexall team will battle for the win with chassis No. BR044 this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway. This chassis last hit the track at Texas Motor Speedway where Reutimann drove it to a 15th place finish. BR044 also saw track time at Auto Club Speedway with driver James Buescher, where he finished 17th after starting in the 18th.
Career NASCAR Nationwide Series NNS Stats at Homestead-Miami Speedway
No. Starts: 120
Top-5 Finishes: 17
Top-10 Finishes: 43
Average Start: 17.2
Average Finish: 15.6
Laps Led: 503 No. Starts: 6
Top-5 Finishes: 0
Top-10 Finishes: 1
Average Start: 21.0
Average Finish: 19.2
Laps Led: 0