"...we’ve prepared the truck to be in all of the practice runs, and we will finish this race!” - Reynolds Crew Chief, Scott Coyle.
Trumansburg, NY (PRWEB) September 12, 2012
Ben Reynolds descends upon Newton, Iowa this week as he and his Reynolds Racing team prepare for their second run at the American Ethanol 200 on Saturday, September 15. Qualifying for the race begins at 6:00 p.m. EDT, with the race following at 8:00 p.m. The American Ethanol 200 will be televised on SPEED.
Reynolds, 27, of Trumansburg, NY, attempted his first NASCAR Camping World Truck debut in the July 14th Iowa race but fell 0.3 seconds short of qualifying. His #47 Reynolds Racing Chevrolet was the second of three trucks that didn’t qualify. “With July being our first Camping World Truck Series competition, it was a big learning curve for us.” said Reynolds. “We’ve been working hard ever since, and are ready to take on Iowa again.” He added.
Be sure to keep your eyes on #47, whose lifelong dream was to drive in NASCAR. It will likely not be the last time he and his Reynolds Racing family drive over 1000 miles to compete in a race. “We are dead set on qualifying this week; we’ve prepared the truck to be in all of the practice runs, and we will finish this race!” remarked Reynolds’ Crew Chief, Scott Coyle.
About Ben Reynolds
Racing since the age of 10, Ben Reynolds moved into the modified class in 2004 where he placed 9th in points at the Tioga Motorsports Park in Owego, NY, winning one feature race and one heat race. He placed 14th out of 32 in his first ever Race of Champions at Tioga and 18th out of 62 in the 54th Annual 200-Lap Race of Champions. Since then, Ben raced in the Modified Asphalt Tour from 2005-2008, and competed with a late model in 2009 and 2010. Ben is a second-generation driver, following in his grandfather’s footsteps, Wayne Reynolds, who was a driver back in the 1970’s. For more information about Reynolds Racing, or to become a sponsor for Ben Reynolds, please email us at lcapogrossi (at) fortemarketingsolutions (dot) com or call 607-227-6112.