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Germain Racing Hoping for Free but Not Loose Tundra for Bodine at Nashville


Bodine Leads Truck Series Driver’s Points by 149-point margin

Has One Pole Award, Four Top-Five and Five Top-Ten Finishes at Nashville

August 3, 2010 (Mooresville, N.C.) - As the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads into race No. 14 on the schedule, Todd Bodine and the No. 30 Tundra are focused on the same goals they always are...making better, faster race trucks and winning races. Bodine and the oldest team in the Germain Racing stable have led the Truck Series points since May and plan to keep that streak alive following Saturday night’s racing action at Nashville Superspeedway.

“I enjoy racing at Nashville. There the truck has to be free enough to go fast, but not too loose. In the Spring at Nashville, we got the Tundra too loose. Mike Jr. and the crew have worked hard to figure out some things and we are all looking forward to returning to Nashville to race,” said Bodine, the 2006 Truck Series champion who has led four of six races at Nashville.

Mike Hillman Jr. says chassis TRD-131, which made its track debut at Nashville in the spring and has since earned one victory, two runner-up finishes and six top-five’s in six races, should be even better this trip to Tennessee than last.

“Every time we go to the track, whether it’s to race or test the 30 or to work with any of our other teams in Cup, Nationwide or K&N Pro Series East, our goal at Germain Racing is to continue learning how we can improve the cars and trucks we are putting on the track. We’ve learned some things to help Todd have a little more fun at Nashville this weekend,” said Hillman.

Bodine, a racer to the core, loves competing on the concrete banking of Nashville Superspeedway. He also loves the opportunity he usually gets to visit with a dear friend, Bo Bice, when he’s in Music City area.

“My wife and I love going to Nashville for the racing, and we also love getting a chance to visit with Bo. This trip, we won’t get to see him because he’ll be at The Glen singing the national anthem,” said Bodine.

Bodine has finished fourth or better in five consecutive, full-time seasons in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He holds a 149-point lead over fellow Tundra driver Aric Almirola in this year’s championship battle. Watch Bodine battle Almirola in Saturday’s 150 lap/200 mile Truck Series race at Nashville Superspeedway at 9:00 PM Eastern. SPEED coverage begins at 8:30 PM, or fans can tune in to their local MRN affiliate.

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