Pelham, New Hampshire driver Sean Caisse willmake his first start in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East in almost two yearsthis Saturday night at Bowman Gray Stadium. The 26 year old will be behind the wheel of the MacDonald MotorsportsNo. 49 Dodge Charger in what will be the fifth K&N Pro Series race of 2012.
“Randyand I have had a lot of discussions in the past about getting me into one ofhis cars but it has never all came together until now,” explained Caisse. “I’ve never been to Bowman Gray before butI’m sure it’s going to be a lot of the normal short track beating andbanging. I’m so pumped to get back intoa racecar and I’m going there with one goal in mind, to bring home the trophy.”
In40 career starts in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series for Sean, he has racked up avery impressive resume. Caisse has sevenwins, 12 poles, 16 top-fives and 24 top-tens. In 2006 and 2007 running for Andy Santerre, Sean finished second in thefinal driver’s standings both seasons.
BowmanGray Stadium, located in Winston-Salem, NC, is a track with an incredible history in racing. “The Madhouse,” is NASCAR’s first weeklytrack that started racing way back in 1949 with Bill France Sr. and AlvinHawkins. A win at Bowman Gray would putyou in the company of some of the greatest drivers of all time. Glen Wood, Richard Petty, Junior Johnson,David Pearson, and Bobby Allison have all won multiple Sprint Cup Series racesat the Stadium in the past.
TheNASCAR Hall of Fame 150 will take the green flag at 8:00PM EST from the famedBowman Gray Stadium this Saturday night. Come out and watch what promises to be one of the most exciting races onthe season and cheer on Caisse as he goes for his eighth win of his K&N ProSeries career.
Fans can also learn more about Sean and follow all of his racing at his website at www.seancaisse.com.