Timothy Peters earned a top-10 finish at the inaugural NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (CTMP) last season, coming home eighth after starting from the 15th position.
German Quiroga has one previous start at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park where he finished 15th after qualifying 12th and led for three laps.
Blake Koch is back behind the wheel of the No. 44 Camry this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
After posting a 20th-place finish in last weekend's event at Bristol, Eric McClure is eager to get back behind the wheel of the No. 14 Camry for this weekend's Great Clips 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Mike Bliss will make his ninth NASCAR Nationwide Series start at Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend.
The NASCAR Nationwide Series will make its first and only stop of the season at Atlanta Motor Speedway with the running of the Great Clips 300 Saturday night.
Regan Smith has three top-10 efforts in the five events at 1.5-mile facilities in 2014, bringing his season-long tally to six top-five and 19 top-10 finishes.
James Bickford, the 16-year-old driver of the Sunrise Ford Racing/Interstate Plastics Ford, is inching closer to the NASCAR K&N West Rookie of the Year title as the tour comes to Kern County Raceway Park for the Bakersfield 150 on Saturday.
In eight Nationwide Series starts, Elliott Sadler has one top-five and four top-10 finishes at Atlanta.
Despite finishing seventh in the 5-hour Energy 400 at Kansas, Danica Patrick has shown only minor improvement on the similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks this year. Her five-race average on this course type to date is 23.0 compared to a 26.7 in 2013.
One week after being a part of Roush-Fenway Racing’s sweep of the top 10 at Bristol, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. hopes to help them sweep the top 15 at Atlanta. That would be his first such finish, but he missed last year by only one position—finishing 16th.
Along with Michigan and Auto Club, Atlanta was one of three tracks on which Carl Edwards had almost-perfect records at the start of his career. His first 10 races in Georgia ended in three victories, another second-place finish, two thirds, and two sevenths.
So far in 2014, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has alternated one top-five on a similarly-configured, 1.5-mile track with a result outside the top 15 and if the pattern holds, he is due to finish poorly this week.
In the past two seasons, David Gilliland has finished in the top 20 only twice in 15 similarly-configured, 1.5-mile track races. His best result was a 17th in last year’s Atlanta AdvoCare 500.
Martin Truex Jr. finished in the top five in his last two Atlanta attempts with Michael Waltrip Racing. The No. 78 team finished fourth last year with Kurt Busch behind the wheel and they both hope to keep that momentum alive.