Tommy Baldwin Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Advance


Kansas Speedway

Race: STP 400
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: 13 of 36
Track: Kansas Speedway
Track Length: 1.5 miles
Date: June 5, 2011
 
Dave Blaney will pilot the No. 36 Accell Construction Chevrolet in the STP 400. The Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) team looks to continue its steady climb in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) point standings with a solid finish at Kansas Speedway.
 
TBR AT KANSAS – The STP 400 will mark TBR’s second start at the 1.5-mile track. JJ Yeley drove the No. 36 in TBR’s sole start. He started 39th and finished 42nd with electrical problems.
 
BLANEY AT KANSAS – Blaney will make his 10th start this weekend at Kansas Speedway. He scored his best finish of 10th in his first start at the speedway in 2001. He wheeled to his best starting spot of 17th in 2006.

ACCELL CONSTRUCTION – Accell Construction will return to the No. 36 Chevrolet this weekend for the STP 400. Short for acceleration, Accell Construction has a 20-year history of finishing civil construction projects on time or early. The Oklahoma-based company sponsored TBR at Phoenix, Las Vegas, Bristol and Texas this season. For more information, visit accellconstructioninc.com.

CHASSIS NO. 78 – Blaney will drive the No. 78 chassis this weekend at Kansas Speedway. The Accell Construction team last ran the No. 78 at Richmond International Raceway and finished 13th, the team’s best finish.   

IN THE POINTS – The 27th-place finish in the Coca-Cola 600 extended the TBR team’s lead over 36th and kept the team 32nd in the NSCS Owners Point Standings. Blaney also held onto the 31st spot in NSCS Driver Points, 22 points behind David Gilliland in 30th.
 
KEEPING UP WITH TBR – Keep up with TBR by following twitter.com/TBR_Racing and facebook.com/TBR.HBR.
 
Dave Blaney Quotes:
ON THE RACING AT KANSAS SPEEDWAY – “I’m excited to get back into the car we ran at Richmond. It ran really well last time. I like the area around the track, and it's close to the Accell Construction headquarters, so that’s pretty cool. The racetrack is a mile and a half, but it is flatter and slower than most the mile-and-a-half tracks. It’s similar to Chicagoland, but it’s a little different than the others. There is a stronger focus on handling and grip than the other mile-and-a-half tracks, which makes it more challenging.”

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