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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Daytona International Speeway
In the 2009 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, James Buescher will be the driver of the No. 10 International MaxxForce Diesel Ford F-150 for Circle Bar Racing.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver James Buescher
Buescher will team with series veteran Rick Crawford, who will drive the No. 14 International Truck and Engine F-150. Buescher is on the hunt for Raybestos Rookie-of-the-Year honors with veteran crew chief James Jones. Jones has more than 25 years of racing experience and has a proven track record working with young racing talent all the way to victory lane.
Buescher is only 18-years-old, but has an accomplished racing resume. He won national championships Bandoleros, Legend Cars and Late Models. In 2007 he was the youngest winner in ARCA RE/MAX Series history at USA International Speedway in Lakeland, Florida. In 2008, Buescher completed six NASCAR Nationwide Series races.
“As a driver, we are expected to perform on the race track,” said Buescher. “However, we are only as good as the parts and pieces that make up our trucks. At Circle Bar Racing, we only use K&N Filters in our Roush-Yates engines to provide the ultimate on-track performance. Our engine tuners performed off-season dyno testing that proves we receive maximum horsepower and reliability when we use K&N products in our Fords.”
Circle Bar Racing was established in 1978 and has competed in the Indianapolis 500, CART and NASCAR. “Circle Bar Racing has its roots in Ozona, Texas,” said Lisa Mitchell, Chief Operating Officer. “To have James, a true Texan, represent us is special. We’re looking for James to learn from Rick, make a strong bid for Rookie of the Year and add to the rich racing heritage my father established. Tom Mitchell has prided himself on helping drivers establish themselves in the sport and we feel that Circle Bar Racing can do the same for James.”
The 2009 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series commences on February 13 at Daytona International Speedway. It will be televised live on SPEED-TV.
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