RBR Enterprises NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Advance:
Charlotte Motor Speedway
Race: North Carolina Education Lottery 200
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series: 7 of 25
Track: Charlotte Motor Speedway
Track Length: 1.50 miles
Date: May 20, 2011
Driver Clay Rogers and the RBR Enterprises BTS Tire and Wheel Distributors/fleetHQ.com No. 92 Chevy Silverado team enter the 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in eighth place in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver standings following a 20th-place finish in the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway.
RBR at Charlotte: RBR Enterprises will be making its second start at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200. Last year, the team finished 30th with driver Dennis Setzer.
Rogers at Dover: Clay Rogers will be making his third career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at Charlotte in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200. In his previous two starts, he has a 14th- and a 36th-place finish.
Last race recap: The No. 92 BTS Tire and Wheel Distributors/fleetHQ.com team qualified 26th for the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover International Speedway last week. The team brought home a 20th place finish after battling an ill-handling truck all weekend. Despite the issues, the finish was the team’s fifth top-20 finish in six races in 2011
Camping World Truck Series Points: Rogers remains in eighth in the NCWTS points, 57 points behind leader Matt Crafton. Rogers finds himself five points behind seventh-place Max Papis and three points ahead of ninth-place Todd Bodine.
Clay Rogers quotes:
On Dover race: “We just didn’t have enough information going there (Dover). It was the first track that we’ve been to this year that neither the team nor I have raced at. Add the new tire that gave everyone trouble and it was the first weekend that we’ve struggled with the handling on the truck from start to finish.”
On racing at Charlotte: “Now Charlotte is a place we know. The team had a great truck there last year before a blown tire ended their run. As a driver, I have a lot of confidence – it’s a place I’ve been coming to a long time.
“We have a good piece for this race and a ton of information and we are ready to put our best foot forward and have a great run.”
Owner Ricky Benton Quotes:
On racing in North Carolina: “It’s good to be coming home this week. North and South Carolina are definitely Black’s Tire and Auto Service country. We are looking forward to Clay and the team bringing home a good finish in front of all of our fans”
2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Season – RBR Enterprises:
18-FebNextEra Energy Resources 250Daytona, Fla.1931032Running42
25-FebLucas Oil 150Phoenix, Ari.13161500Running28
12-MarToo Tough to Tame 200Darlington, S.C.26111470Running33
2-AprKroger 250Martinsville, Va.14162500Running28
22-AprBully Hill 200Lebanon, Tenn.25311470Running13
12-MayLucas Oil 200Dover, Del.26201970Running24
About fleetHQ: fleetHQ is a business solutions provider for commercial trucking fleets and service tire dealers all across North America. fleetHQ provides 24-hour support, and helps fleets reduce operating cost while making it easier to do business.
About BTS Tire and Wheel Distributors: BTS Tire & Wheel Distributors offers wholesale distribution services to tire and automotive dealers across the Southeast, operating out of locations in North and South Carolina.
About RBR Enterprises: RBR has been racing in numerous touring series throughout the Southeast for nearly 20 years. Competing extensively in the USAR Pro Cup Series – winning a champion in 2002 in that series – the team has made forays into the ARCA Series and several NASCAR Touring Series. In 2010, RBR joined the NCWTS with driver Dennis Setzer, competing in eight races.
RBR teamed up with Rogers for the 2011 season. Originally, the team was committed to the first five races and 15 races total for the year. The schedule has expanded to include Dover and could expand more if additional sponsorship can be secured.
For more information or to learn how you can partner with RBR Enterprises in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, contact Rick Benton II at 910.840.6857 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.