The "Monster Makeover" at Dover International Speedway in 2009 included the elimination of all grass on the front stretch and in Turn 4 to make way for a new entrance to pit road, as well as a wider drive lane in that area.
Luckily, the fans of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) will see the return of the grass with Max Gresham at the "Monster Mile" next week as his No. 8 Chevrolet will carry the only grass in the infield in the form of a special Trimmer Assist paint scheme.
Trimmer Assist will be the primary sponsor on Gresham's No. 8 Chevrolet from Eddie Sharp Racing (ESR) for the Lucas Oil 200 on May 31. Gresham captured his NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship in 2011 at the 1-mile high-banked concrete oval.
The No. 8 Trimmer Assist Chevrolet will feature a green and blue fading paint scheme with a silver trimmer on both sides of the car and red trimmer string intertwining with the paint scheme.
In addition to the No. 8 Trimmer Assist Chevrolet sponsorship at Dover, Trimmer Assist served as an associate sponsor for the AmWINS Chevrolet at Charlotte Motor Speedway last week, when Gresham finished third in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200.