Wednesday, Nov 29

Hill and FAS Lane Racing Eye Continued Improvemen​t

Timmy Hill and his FAS Lane Racing team head to Dover International Speedway this weekend coming off a solid showing in the longest race of the year - the Coca-Cola 600. While the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season has been a learning process for the 20-year old rookie driver, he welcomes the challenge to improve each and every time he climbs behind the wheel of the team's No. 32 OXYwater Ford.


"With it being time to head to Dover, a smile gets put on my face," stated Timmy. "Dover is a home track for me. I get to spend a lot of time at home with my friends and family along with them coming to watch me race as well. I remember my first time racing at Dover I was a little nervous. Dover is a Monster of a race track which is why it has that name. The speeds are extremely high for a one mile race track and the way the track falls off into the corner makes it for one heck of a ride. I'm really looking forward to taking that ride to the next level by taking to it with our No. 32 OXYwater Ford. I've learned a lot in my previous starts at Dover and have been doing a ton of practice with online simulators. I feel very prepared for this weekend's race and what it may bring as I look to continue to improve each and every week."


Hill, the 2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year, has four previous NASCAR starts at the "Monster Mile" in NASCAR Nationwide Series competition.


"Timmy and this entire team did a great job hanging in there for a long race last week and he had a solid finish to show for it," said FAS Lane Racing owner Frank Stoddard. "Now we need to continue with improvements like this. Dover is a tough track but Timmy has shown he is dedicated to getting better each and every week."




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