“New Hampshire is very similar to Milwaukee, a flat one-mile racetrack,” said Kvapil. “We feel like we’ll be able to take some of what worked for us there and apply it to this race. I won here a few years ago in the truck series, so it’s a place I’ve got of lot of confidence heading back to. It’s another one of the tracks where the fans really take us in, so that is another thing we are really looking forward to.”
“Any time we head to a racetrack where we’ve won or Travis has won, it gives us a little extra confidence,” said Crew Chief Mike Beam. “Travis won here back in 2004, and we ran well in this race last year despite some problems on the track and on pit road. We ran well at Milwaukee earlier in the year, but not as well as we would have liked. We fell like we can build off what we accomplished there and get a good result this weekend at New Hampshire.”
The No.6 K&N Filters team will be bringing chassis RK330-45 to New Hampshire. This chassis last raced at Bristol, where Kvapil started first and finished 11th. This will be race 18 of 25 in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.
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