No. 32 AccuDoc Solutions Chevrolet
New Hampshire Motor Speedway – F.W. Webb 175
September 24, 2011
. Last Time Out For Blake… Three weeks ago at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Blake Feese earned a career-best fourth-place finish. Feese started from the 27th position and drove his way inside the top-five by the end of 200 laps. Under race conditions, Feese ranked seventh among successful green-flag passes, making 75 passes from start to finish.
. This Week’s Silverado…The No. 32 AccuDoc Solutions Chevrolet Silverado team will unload chassis TMS-017 for Saturday afternoon’s 200-mile event. This chassis last saw action at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis, where Steve Arpin started 19th and finished in the 13th spot. TMS-017 also has a pair of starts earlier this season at Martinsville Speedway where Brad Sweet started 18th and finished 15th and Nashville Superspeedway where Sweet started 21st and finished in the 28th position.
. Pole For One Pole For All… All three Turner Motorsports NCWTS teams have claimed pole awards this season. James Buescher started from the point position at his home track this past June at Texas Motor Speedway. Additionally, Ricky Carmichael earned his first career pole just two races ago at Atlanta Motor Speedway, while Steve Arpin also picked up his first career pole and set a new track record this past weekend at Chicagoland Speedway.
. AccuDoc Solutions… AccuDoc Solutions will serve as primary sponsor of the No. 32 Chevy Silverado this Saturday afternoon at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. AccuDoc Solutions is based in Morrisville, N.C. and provides billing- statement printing and processing to hospitals and hospital-based physicians. The Turner Motorsports marketing partner also adorns the hood of Jason Leffler’s No. 30 machine in several NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) events in 2011.
. About Blake… Feese got his start racing quarter midgets at the age of 10. He progressed through the winged sprint car ranks over the years winning championships and prestigious races including wins at Knoxville Speedway, Eldora Speedway and the Dirt Track at Charlotte. In 2003, he made the switch to stock cars, competing in the ARCA Racing Series (ARS). In 2004, he partnered with Hendrick Motorsports, winning his first ARS event at Nashville Superspeedway. He went on to earn two wins, two top-five and four top-10 finishes that year. The next year he competed in six NNS races and also made his NCWTS debut at Kentucky Speedway. Following a year running the sprit car circuit, he returned to the ARS in 2007, running a limited schedule and earning one top-five and four top-10 finishes in four starts. In 2009, he made his second NCWTS start at Nashville Superspeedway finishing in the 12th position. Just a few weeks ago he brought home a career-best finish of fourth at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
. Live On The Airwaves & Radiowaves… Live coverage of the F.W. Webb 175 from New Hampshire Motor Speedway will take the green flag Saturday, Sept. 24 beginning at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time. The race will be televised live on SPEED and broadcast on the Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90.
Blake Feese on New Hampshire Motor Speedway:
“This weekend will be my first visit to New Hampshire, so I’m going in looking to learn and build on the team’s success as of late. We’re coming off a top-five finish in Atlanta and the team had a great run with Steve Arpin last weekend, so we have momentum and confidence on our side. I’ll rely on my teammates past experiences at the track and look to adapt my own driving style to bring home the AccuDoc Solutions Chevy with a good finish.”