Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Up-And-Coming Young Racing Professional Is Making All The Right Moves On His Path To NASCAR Stardom

Ross Chastain
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Ross Chastain: Born December 4th, 1992 is from Alva Florida. Ross attended Riverdale High school and he currently is attending Florida Gulf Coast University. While working on his family's watermelon farm, he was always dreaming of racing.
At the age of 12 Ross started his racing career and he didn’t look back. This young gun has build an impressive racing resume in his young career. 50+ feature wins, 2007 Fast Kids Points Champion, 2008 Fast Truck Champion, 2008 Fast Truck 6 pack Champion, 2008 Punta Gorda speedway Late Model Champion, he was third in points for the 2009 Punta Gorda Speedway Late Model Championship, 2010 Orlando speedworld Late Model Champion and 2011 World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Auto Racing Late Model Champion.He won a race in his first attempt at driving a legends car. Ross ran ASA Late Model South Series last year with GMR Motorsports. 
Friday July 29th, Ross got a wonderful opportunity to build on to his racing resume  and possibly move forward in his racing career. He made his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis for Turn One Racing. In qualifying Ross qualified the #66 Turn One Racing truck in 15th position for the race. During the race: After some adjuments to the truck, great pits stops by the crew and great driving by the talented guy in the truck, Ross ended the 200 lap race in a impressive 10th place! Because of his impressive NASCAR Truck Series debut, Ross is getting another great opportunity to drive for Turn One Racing this Wednesday, August 24that Bristol Motor Speedway.
Ross was given a true talent in racing and I truly believe he will do great at Bristol this Wednesday. You don’t see many drivers make there debut in the truck series and finish a impressive 10th place. In the future I truly believe Ross will be in the truck series soon and in a couple years I am sure we will see him in the Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series. Keep your eye on this very talented young gun, you may hear the name Ross Chastain as a Champion in one of NASCAR’S Top three divisions in a few years, you never know.
Attention All race fans: Don’t miss the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race - 8 p.m. ET Wednesday only on Speed!
To Ross Chastain: Congratulations on your impressive debut in the NASCAR Truck series and on getting a opportunity to make your second career NASCAR Truck Series start! Good luck this Wednesday at Bristol!

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