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Dakoda Armstrong has four prior starts at Dover International Raceway between the XFINITY Series and Camping World Truck Series.

Armstrong earned his track best finish of 16th at the spring XFINITY Series race in 2014. With fast corner speed and a slick racing surface, Dover compliments his sprint car background. He hopes to capitalize on that experience during his fifth race at the track. Currently, Armstrong sits 15th in the XFINITY Series Championship Point Standings.-Breaking Limits
May 27 - 9:56 PM

This weekend will be the first time Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender Daniel Hemric takes on Dover's Monster Mile.

His only competition on a one-mile racetrack came at Phoenix International Raceway in 2013, when Hemric finished 13th. However, he took on the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series' other concrete racetrack, Bristol Motor Speedway, in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race in April. Hemric laid down the third-fastest qualifying time before taking the checkered flag in the eighth position.-NTS Motorsports
May 27 - 9:52 PM

In six starts at Dover International Speedway since 2009, Johnny Sauter has 1147 of 1151 laps completed (99.7%), Two top-five finishes, Three top-10 finishes, Best start: Third (2010), Best finish: Third (2010), an Average start: 5.7 and an Average finish: 10.8.

According to NASCAR's Loop Data Statistics, Sauter ranks: Fourth in Average Running Position (8.9), Third in Driver Rating: 96.9, Second in Fastest Laps Run: 32 and Third in Laps in the Top 15: 979.-ThorSport Racing
May 27 - 9:47 PM

In 14 starts since 2001 at Dover International Speedway, Matt Crafton has three top-five finishes, eight top-10 finishes, 2375 of 2751 laps completed (86.3%) and 72 laps led.

He has an average start: 15.6 and an average finish: 13.6. According to NASCAR's Loop Data Statistics, Crafton ranks: Sixth in Average Running Position (10.4); Fourth in Driver Rating (96.7); First in Laps In the Top 15: 1495 and First in Laps Led: 69.-ThorSport Racing
May 27 - 9:43 PM

Although Cameron Hayley will be making his sixth track debut of 2015 behind the wheel of his No. 13 Carolina Nut Co. Toyota Tundra, the ThorSport Racing driver has previous experience on Dover's high banks in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.

In 2014, Hayley started second, and led 53 laps, until a flat right front tire late in the race left the Canadian driver mired two laps down, relegating him to a 13th-place finish. Using his previous track experience, partnered with a recent rookie test at the "Monster Mile," the ThorSport Racing driver is eager to put his new knowledge to the test and chase after his first NCWTS win in Friday's Lucas Oil 200.-ThorSport Racing
May 27 - 9:39 PM

Ryan Blaney makes his first NCWTS start of the 2015 season behind the wheel of the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150 Friday in the Lucas Oil 200 at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.

Has two previous starts at Dover (second in 2014 and third in 2013). Finished second in the 2014 series championship standings behind the wheel of the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150. Has 53 career NCWTS starts dating back to 2012 - all with Brad Keselowski Racing - and owns three wins, 22 top fives and four poles.-Brad Keselowski Racing
May 27 - 9:36 PM

Tyler Reddick will be making his second NCWTS Dover start in the Lucas Oil 200 Friday afternoon at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.

The driver of the No. 19 Broken Bow Records Ford F-150 is third in the series championship standings, 18 points behind the leader. He grabbed his first series victory in season opening race at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway by .173 seconds over Erik Jones. Scored an eighth place finish in his first Dover NCWTS start in 2014. 2014 Dover race was his first top 10 finish and came in his fourth career start. Owns four top five finishes in five starts this season.-Brad Keselowski Racing
May 27 - 9:32 PM

This weekend marks John Hunter Nemechek’s second Dover International Speedway appearance with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

In six NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts on short tracks (less than one mile in length), Nemechek has recorded two top-10 finishes, with an average starting spot of 17.8 and an average finish of 14.2 on these racetracks. MeetBall, a real-time location sharing navigation application, will be the primary partner on the No. 8 Chevrolet Silverado at the Dover International Speedway for the Lucas Oil 200. In April, John Hunter Nemechek was announced as the free mobile app's exclusive NASCAR brand ambassador.-NEMCO Motorsports
May 27 - 9:29 PM

Cole Custer will be behind the wheel of the No. 00 Haas Automation Chevrolet Silverado in his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) event since racing at Martinsville Speedway in March.

Earlier this month at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kasey Kahne drove the No. 00 Chevrolet to the team’s first NCWTS victory. Custer has three starts to his credit at Dover, one in NCWTS competition and two in the K&N Pro Series East. His best finish was 14th in both series. Custer holds two starts at the concrete facilities of Dover International Raceway and Bristol Motor Speedway in NCWTS competition. He’s earned an average finish of 11.0 in those events.-JR Motorsports
May 27 - 9:23 PM

Ben Kennedy has one start at Dover International Speedway in 2014, his rookie season.

The 23-year-old driver started in the 10th position and earned a seventh-place finish, completing all 200 laps. Kennedy also has three K&N Series East starts at the one-mile facility, with one top-10 finish.-Red Horse Racing
May 27 - 9:18 PM

In eight previous starts at the Monster Mile, Timothy Peters has recorded four top-10 finishes.

In 2014, Peters recorded his best start at the track, qualifying third. The veteran NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver finished the event in the 10th position. Peters will drive chassis number 015, which Peters raced three times in 2014, at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Dover International Speedway and Kentucky Speedway, recording a top finish of fourth at Kentucky.-Red Horse Racing
May 27 - 9:12 PM

The Carolina Nut Co. will adorn the No. 97 Toyota Tundra of NASCAR Next driver, Jesse Little in his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) debut at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.

With three career starts at the proverbial Monster Mile in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, including a pole in 2014 and a fifth-place finish in 2013, Little has amassed one win, 11 top-five and 19 top-10 finishes across 39 career starts in the series since 2012. In addition to making his NCWTS debut at Dover on Friday, Little is scheduled to compete in the series at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta (July 9), Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth (November 6), and the season finale at Homestead-Miami (Fla.) Speedway (November 20).-ThorSport Racing
May 27 - 9:09 PM

Jamie McMurray’s crew chief Matt McCall has been place on probation through December 31st after receiving a P2 penalty from NASCAR. The punishment was for modifying the right rear quarter panel opening after qualifying inspection for the Coke 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

So long as McCall does not get dinged by NASCAR again, the impact of this penalty will not be felt, but he will face harsher fines if caught with another infraction. That will make the team slightly more conservative in future races.
May 27 - 6:12 PM

Jimmie Johnson and Justin Allgaier have received P1 penalties from NASCAR for taking too many passes through the inspection line during the All-star and Coke 600 weekends. No matter how well they qualify at Dover International Speedway for the FedEx 400, they will have the last two pit stall selections.

On a tight pit road like Dover, that is a significant penalty and it is going to have a negative impact on Johnson’s ability to win. Allgaier qualified 35th in two of his last three starts and will not feel the impact nearly as much.
May 27 - 6:06 PM

Jimmie Johnson and Justin Allgaier have received P1 penalties from NASCAR for taking too many passes through the inspection line during the All-star and Coke 600 weekends. No matter how well they qualify at Dover International Speedway for the FedEx 400, they will have the last two pit stall selections.

On a tight pit road like Dover, that is a significant penalty and it is going to have a negative impact on Johnson’s ability to win. Allgaier qualified 35th in two of his last three starts and will not feel the impact nearly as much.
May 27 - 6:05 PM


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