Caleb Holman Qualifies 24th at Rockingham SpeedwayPress Release
“We were decent in practice yesterday and this morning. It was a bit loose going in and tight from the center off. Our guys worked hard trying to make it better, but overall it still felt comfortable. We weren’t burning the place up, but we were decent enough,” said Holman after running a lap of 25.631 in qualifying.
Holman, who will be piloting the Food Country USA/Wise Snack Foods Chevrolet tomorrow, failed to make the race two weeks ago at Martinsville Speedway.“After not making the race at Martinsville a few weeks ago we kind of reevaluated everything. We went down to Charlotte and spent some time at Mike Hillman’s shop with some of his guys and worked on getting the truck ready for this weekend. My crew chief and I definitely have a better understanding of these trucks now. It all paid off by making the race today,” said Holman.
Tomorrow will be Holman’s 6th start at The Rock.
“I think we’ve got a good truck in race mode. We’re just going to fill things out at first, stay out of trouble and be there at the end,” commented Holman.
The green flag is set to wave at 1pm tomorrow, April 15th at Rockingham Speedway for the Good Sam Roadside Assistance 200 presented by Cheerwine.
- Henderson Motorsports Press Release
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