Race: Coca-Cola 250 presented by Fred’s

Location: Talladega Superspeedway

Starting Position: 19th

American Muscle

Finishing Position: Fifth

Owner Points Position: 19th

Huntersville, NC (Oct. 23, 2011) – In his fifth NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start at Talladega Superspeedway, Jason White brought home Joe Denette Motorsports its second top-five of the 2011 season, finishing fifth in the Coca-Cola 250 presented by Fred’s on Saturday evening. The solid effort was the veteran driver’s career-best finish at the 2.5-mile superspeedway.

Starting 19th, White got shuffled back in the opening laps of 94-lap event. Utilizing pit strategy, the series veteran moved back up to the front and maintained his position inside the top-15 for the remainder of the evening.

With less than 10 laps remaining in the event, White teamed up with the No. 5of Todd Bodine and together, the two made a sprint to the finish. Because of that final push, White crossed the finish line in the fifth position behind race winner, Mike Wallace.

Jason White Quotes:

“This race was all about having a ‘dancing partner’ and the two KHI trucks really showed everyone that tonight. I wanted to hook up with Todd (Bodine) a lot sooner, but it just never worked out. We finally got to each other with less than 10 laps to go and man were we good together. I really feel like if that last caution flag wouldn’t have come out, we really could have had it. We got a run on the high-side and we were coming, fast. It was a solid night for this GunBroker.com team; we stayed out of trouble, came home in one piece and had a solid finish. I had fun.”


. White spent 86.2 percent of the 94 laps in Saturday’s Coca-Cola 250 in the top-15. . White had a driver rating of 106.0

. In 22 starts, the Joe Denette Motorsports team has two top-five, four top-10, nine top-15 and 14 top-20 finishes.

. White currently has an average starting position of 18.6 and an average finishing position of 17.5 this season

. The veteran driver has led 50 laps and completed 95.16 percent of laps attempted (3208 of 3371).

. White moved up one position to 16th in the 2011 NCWTS driver point standings.

Up Next:

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will make its second stop of the season at Martinsville Speedway for the Kroger 200 on Saturday, October 29. White, making his ninth

career-start at the .526-mile oval has led seven laps en route to one top-five finish.

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

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