Driver Touts Successful Results at High-Banked Superspeedway
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (April 30, 2013) – The Nationwide Series returns to restrictor-plate racing this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. For Jason White, driver of the No. 24 Toyota, that’s a reason to smile. White knows his way around the 2.66-mile tri-oval. He’s driven to two top-10s and one top-five in six Truck Series starts at Talladega. He’s looking for similar results when he hops behind the wheel of his SR2 Motorsports-fielded Camry in Saturday’s Aaron’s 312.
White will be racing with JW Demolition onboard his Camry at Talladega. In business since 2000, JW Demolition is a licensed demolition and hazardous materials remediation contractor serving commercial and industrial clients in the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic states, and Mid-West. Their experience and safety record in both areas makes us uniquely qualified to take the lead in plant decommissioning and commercial redevelopment.
White comments on racing at Talladega:
“I’m really excited about Talladega. I can’t help but smile when I think about racing there. It’s anyone’s race. With the rules packages that we have at restrictor plate tracks, it really bunches up the competition and keeps the field pretty close. We’ll be really competitive this week. This is a track that we can get a top-10 or top-five and that’s really exciting. We know that we can get one of our best finishes of the season this weekend, so we’ll do all we can to capitalize on it.
“I’m really excited to have JW Demolition on our car this week. Given the craziness that can happen at Talladega, I’d say their a natural fit for this race.
“Hopefully my teammate and I can work together during the race. It’s always nice when you have a teammate close by that you can draft with. It would be great if we can stick together all day and help one another get to the front.
“It takes a lot of trust between you and your spotter at Talladega. Cars are everywhere and the field is constantly changing. One second you’ll be clear, then a split second later you’ll be in the middle going three wide. That happens all the time at Talladega, so you’ve got to trust that your spotter will let you know what’s going on around you immediately. You also need to believe that he can keep an eye on the competition and help find the right drafting partners to line you up with. It’s truly a team effort at Talladega.”