David Starr No. 81 Arrington Racing Toyota Tundra race to Chicagoland Speedway
The Build Your Future campaign’s sponsored NASCAR driver David Starr and the Arrington Racing team head to the Chicagoland Speedway. Starr will make his 300thTruck Series start at the 1.5 – mile speedway for the American Ethanol 225 on Saturday night.
The veteran driver is proud to be racing in his 300th career race with the support of many of his friends and sponsors. Starr is 5th on the list for career starts in the Truck Series.
Starr is currently 16th in points for the season and finished in 28th place during last week’s American Ethanol 200 at the Iowa Speedway after mechanical issues ended hisrace early.
Several new sponsors have joined in this week to help David celebrate his 300th start including: Niece Equipment, Thoroughbred Contractors, LLC, Jerry Squires, HR Fix, Aubrey Health Mart Pharmacy, ASC Environmental Services, John Avary with Light Tower Rentals, Don Hanvey with Oil Interests Inc., BRG Motorsports, A – Affordable Office Furniture, RedTopRacing.net, and season supporter the Build Your Future campaign and NCCER.
“Everyone involved with NCCER is excited to congratulate David on his 300th NASCAR race and we are pleased to play a small role in helping David to achieve this significant accomplishment!” stated Don Whyte, president of NCCER. “David is an outstanding ambassador for Career and Technical Education through the Build Your Future campaign, and NCCER is proud to be associated with David and the Arrington Racing Team.”
In the 2012 NCWTS season, Starr races with primary sponsorship from longtime supporter San Antonio-based Zachry Holdings, Inc. Other sponsors throughout the season include: AdvoCare, Striping Technologies, Chasco Constructors, and fentonmotors.com.
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