Listen in as Darrell discusses how he is looking forward to going to Kansas with new sponsor Liberty Tire on his truck.
Kyle Busch celebrated his 300th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tonight with a dominating victory in the NRA 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Busch completed the weekend sweep in Texas after winning the NASCAR Nationwide Series the night before.
Meanwhile Brian Vickers brought home a solid eighth-place finish filling in for the injury Denny Hamlin, while Matt Kenseth raced most of the day in the top five, but was caught in a late restart and finished 12th.
How big is Texas Motor Speedway, by the numbers.
Tune in to here Darrell Wallace discuss racing at Rockingham, how he has enjoyed the Camping World Series so far, his team at KBM, and how good a trophy would look in his living room.
From Darian Grubb
What was it like to have Denny next to you during practices rather than in the car?
“It’s entertaining — he (Hamlin) said that he learned more in the one hour of watching practice than he typically learns in three or four months of practice himself. Just being able to watch other drivers and scan radios and those things. He says he learned a lot more about what he can pick up and help us on feedback. I hope it’s going to be a positive move for us in the long run.”
How will the learning curve of the new car be impacted with Denny in the car at test events?
“I think it gives us a little more broad perspective on everything we’re doing and the importance of every little detail. With Denny (Hamlin) being out of the car and sitting back and watching some of those things and we will go to Texas and we have the test day there — it’s nice for him to see what we do to prep every week and what we’re doing now. He’s more active in that so it makes him appreciate more of what we do and the time we spend on it. We get even closer feedback on his opinions and stuff — he realizes how important it is now because all we can see is what we can physically see on the track with the car going around. We can’t tell a lot about the handling usually with that. We see general trends, but that’s it. The detail feedback and scans of other drivers and listening to the way Mark (Martin) and Brian (Vickers) are describing cars is going to be a big eye-opening thing for him.”