Eric McClure, No. 14 Hefty®/Reynolds Wrap® Camry
Eric McClure ready to take on the "Corn State": Eric McClure will make his eighth start at Iowa Speedway under the lights on Saturday night. McClure's best finish in Iowa came back in the spring of 2013, when he brought home an 18th place finish. After last weekend's finish at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, McClure is looking for redemption in the "American Heartland." The No. 14 Camry will run a Reynolds Wrap® paint scheme this weekend with Hefty® adorning the TV Panel.
McClure's thoughts on Iowa Speedway: "Iowa is such a great experience all around. From the track to the fans it's one of our favorite stops. Although we were not happy with our race in May, coming back for a second event gives our team an opportunity to better our result." (complete release)
Hal Martin, No. 44 American Custom Yachts Camry
The "Ragin Cajun" is Back at Iowa Speedway: Hal Martin is back behind the wheel of the No. 44 American Custom Yachts Camry this weekend at Iowa Speedway. This will be Martin's second race with TriStar Motorsports this season and his second career start at the Speedway. Earlier this season, Martin started 27th and finished in the 26th position. Martin is ready to be back behind the wheel of a Toyota Camry this weekend in the "Corn State".
Martin's thoughts on Iowa Speedway: "It's an honor to represent American Custom Yachts again this season behind the wheel of the No. 44 Toyota Camry for TriStar Motorsports. I can't thank Mark and Kathy Smith enough for giving me another opportunity to drive for them. I am looking to build off of the experience I gained racing at Iowa Speedway earlier this year and hope for a strong finish for both TriStar Motorsports and American Custom Yachts." (complete release)
Mike Bliss, No. 19 TriStar Motorsports Camry
Looking for Redemption in "the American Heartland": After finishing 22nd this past weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Mike Bliss is looking forward to returning to Iowa Speedway this weekend. In his nine previous starts at the speedway, Bliss has one top-10 finish and has an average starting position of 19.4 and an average finishing position of 17.9. Earlier this season when the Nationwide Series visited the .875-mile track, Bliss was unable to finish the race due to front-end damage after making contact with the wall.
Bliss's thoughts on Iowa Speedway: "I'm looking forward to heading back to Iowa this weekend. It's (Iowa) a great track with even better fans. We experienced some bad luck during the spring event, so I'm hoping we can redeem ourselves and have some success this time around." (complete release)