Niece Companies Fueling David Starr at Kansas

MOORESVILLE, NC – April 17, 2013 – David Starr and the SS Green Light Racing Team look to rebound from a mid-pack finish last week at Rockingham with some old and new faces along for the ride; longtime crew chief Jason Miller is back atop the SS Green Light pit box while new sponsor Niece Companies will adorn the hood of the No. 81 Toyota Tundra.

“I’m really looking forward to Kansas and getting back to a mile and a half speedway,” explained Starr. “Last week we slipped and slid around at Rockingham; it really wasn’t a good race for us. I can’t wait to get to Kansas and regroup and get back on top of things. Kansas is a great track; it’s fast it’s smooth, it was just repaved last year and I’m excited to get up there.”

Backing Starr’s Toyota this weekend will be the Niece Companies of Austin, Texas and Fort Scott, Kansas. Niece Equipment and Niece Products of Kansas manufacture, rent & sell water trucks and fuel/lube trucks to the construction and mining industries. Niece employs over 100 people at its two facilities and not only services local, regional and nationally but is a major exporter to Africa, Australia and South America. Many Niece products are used for dust control in large mines, pits and quarries.

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“I’m looking forward to working with my old friend and crew chief Jason Miller again, and man I’m excited to have Niece on board with us. Al Niece is a good friend, he’s a racing enthusiast and he has a great company with great employees and we are excited to have him be part of our team and showcase the Niece Companies in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.”

“I’ve done a little racing in sprint cars and stock cars a few years back, but this is our first foray into sponsorship in NASCAR racing. We are bringing some of our key employees up to the race and using the opportunity to thank some of our great customers,” said Al Niece. “In construction auto racing is very, very popular so we think this works well for us, we are looking forward to it.”

I’m just super excited to get to Kansas and rebound from last week,” concluded Starr. “I’m looking forward to having a good race for Al, his employees and customers and to put our Niece Toyota up near the front of the pack.”

The SFP 250 is the 296th consecutive NCWTS start for the SS Green Light Racing team and the 310th career start for Starr in the Truck Series. David has 4 victories, 47 top-five and 106 top-ten finishes over the previous fifteen Truck Series seasons. David has 10 previous starts at Kansas Speedway with two top-ten finishes.

There are 37 entries for the SFP 250 will prelude the NASCAR Sprint Cup STP 500 at Kansas Speedway. Jamie Dick will be behind the wheel of the SS Green Light Racing No. 07 on Saturday afternoon.

Practice for the SFP 250 will be Friday, April 19th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. On Saturday, April 20th there will be two laps of qualifying at 10:05 a.m. and the green flag will fly in the SFP 250 at 1:00 p.m. All times Central. The race will be shown live on SPEED TV and will also be broadcast live via on the Motor Racing Network and on SIRIUSXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90.

For over 30 years, Niece Equipment in Austin Texas and Niece Products of Kansas has provided the construction and mining industries with reliable fuel/lube and water equipment products at competitive prices. The Niece reputation is built on service, integrity and dependability. All Niece water and fuel/lube trucks are engineered with quality and durability in mind. Our capability ranges from 2,000-gallon water trucks to 12,000-gallon water towers and fuel/lube trucks range from 600 to 4,000 gallons. To reach Niece Products of Kansas call 800-252-6618, email or visit To contact Niece Equipment, headquartered in Austin, Texas please call 888-643-2372, email or visit our website at

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