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Blue Moon Motorsports Ready to Rumble at NASCAR 360 Truck Series Season Ender

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Lewien and his team currently sit in a solid three place position in the points standing, and they're looking optimistically at finishing in second.
Lewien and his team currently sit in a solid three place position in the points standing, and they're looking optimistically at finishing in second.
With one race remaining in the 2010 NASCAR 360 Truck Series Season, and holding on to a solid third place in the points standing, K&N sponsored David Lewien and the Blue Moon Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado are viewing the glass as three-quarters full. Their optimism is wholly justified, as it was earned throughout the season, one race at a time.
David Lewien and his Blue Moon Motorsport are out to end their 2010 season on a high note, with another win this weekend.
David Lewien and his Blue Moon Motorsport are out to end their 2010 season on a high note, with another win this weekend.


"Well, the last five races have been really good. We have had three top-threes and two second place finishes in the features, along with two wins and three second place finishes in the heat races," explained the Blanco, Texas racer.

"A lot of the credit needs to go to our Truck Chief Terry Tschoerner, and our Crew Chief Aaron Brungot, for putting a fast consistent set-up under the truck. The last race with the upper respiratory infection was a tough one. We only went out for one practice to try and conserve my energy and after the race I was so drained that I had to be helped from the race truck. Fortunately, I am completely recovered and ready to go after a win!"

David and wife Patricia, owners of Blue Moon Motorsports, they brought Crew Chief Brungot onboard midway through the season. "Combined with Truck Chief Terry Tschoerner, we have had a tremendous turnaround from the beginning of the season, when we had a horrific crash in the season opener," says Lewien.

"Our average finish went from 5.77 at the beginning of the year, to a solid four since. We also brought in a new Spotter, Allen Plangklang, at the same time. He has been a tremendous asset in keeping us out of trouble on the race track. We are down to our last race of the 2010 NASCAR 360 Truck Series Season, and believe that we can take home the win this Saturday.

"We are a solid third in the NASCAR points at this time, but we are within striking distance of second place. With only one race left (this weekend October 16), we are mathematically out of the Championship, but we can still feasibly finish second. This, when considering how our season started, and the myriad of mechanical problems we encountered, will be a great accomplishment. Moreover, with the team that we have in place now, we will be real contenders for the 2011 NASCAR 360 Truck Series Championship, especially with K&N Filters as a Sponsor."

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