Homestead Miami Speedway Hosts NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series

Travis Kvapil will make his fifth NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series start at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the No. 6 K&N Filters Ford F-150.

K&N Filters team
K&N Filters team
Kvapil at Las Vegas
Kvapil at Las Vegas
Kvapil enters Homestead third in NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series points, seven markers ahead of Todd Bodine. The No. 6 K&N Filters team will bring chassis RK253-36 to Florida. This chassis last raced at Texas in the spring, where Kvapil started third and finished sixth.
No. 6 K&N Filters Ford-150
No. 6 K&N Filters Ford F-150

The Roush Fenway Racer caught a lucky break when the third caution of the event flew at lap75.
“Homestead is a really great track,” said Kvapil. “They reconfigured it a few years back. It’s a special place to me because I clinched the truck series championship back in 2003. You can run three and four wide, there’s so much room to move around. It’s probably one of the best tracks as far as putting on a show for the fans.”

In 24 starts this season, Kvapil has four wins at Michigan, Memphis, Nashville and Las Vegas. He also has eight top-five and 12 top-ten finishes.

“We’ve really had a tough end of the season,” said crew chief Mike Beam. “This is our last race with Travis and we’d like to end our relationship on a positive note. It would be great to win this time around.”

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