Race:O’Reilly Auto Parts 250

Date: June 4, 2011

Location: Kansas Speedway

American Muscle

Starting Position: 13th

Finishing Position: 17th

Owner Points Position: 20th

Kansas City, KS(6-5-11)-The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series headed west for the 400th series start at Kansas Speedway on Saturday, June 4. Jason White, one of only four drivers that competed in the inaugural race in 2001 at Kansas Speedway, started the eighth event on the 2011 schedule in the 13th position, but battled handling issues on his GunBroker.com Chevrolet for most of the 167-lap event to finish 17th in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 250.                                                                                        

Quotes: “It was a disappointing finish for us today. My GunBroker.com Chevrolet was just loose all day and we never got it dialed-in. I got some lucky breaks throughout the day with cautions and pit strategy but when we got up front, I just didn’t have the truck to stay up there. Unfortunately, we hurt our momentum in the points today, but don’t count us out just yet.” 

Notes:  ·         White is currently 18th in the 2011 NCWTS driver point standings. ·         In sevenstarts, the Joe Denette Motorsports team has one top-10 and fourtop-15 finishes. ·         White currently has an average starting position of 18.37and an average finishing           position of 19.12in 2011. 

The Joe Denette Motorsports team willmake the 1,100-mile trip to Texas Motor Speedway for the WinStar World Casino 400k on Friday night, June 10. Jason White has nine series starts at the 1.5-mile quad-oval.   For more information on Joe Denette Motorsports please visit: www.JoeDenetteMotorsports.com For more information on Jason White and GunBroker.com please visit: www.GunBrokerRacing.com Follow Joe Denette Motorsports on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/TeamJDM23 Follow Jason White on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/JasonWhite23 Follow GunBroker.com on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/GunBroker

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