EPPING, N.H. -- Bryan Kruczek and the Bobby Webber Racing team are completing final preparations for the Granite State Pro Stock Series event at Star Speedway on Saturday, May 8. Returning to the home track, owned by race team owner Bobby Webber, Kruczek is looking to put together a strong run for the fans, sponsors and supporters that will be in attendance.
The team opened the Granite State Pro Stock Series season at Stafford Motor Speedway with a 12th place finish after struggling with speed most of the day. But some practice at Star, and a fresh setup under the hood, should bring the No. 19 Vynorius, Hedges Excavating machine to the front of the pack at Star.
"I'm definitely excited and ready for the weekend to get here," Kruczek said. "With the race being at our home track, in front of all of the sponsors, supporters, friends and family, it really means a lot to me and our team to go out there and be our best. I think our hard work over the last week in the shop and the track will allow us to go out there and be up front."
There will be a practice session on Friday, May 7, before the Saturday, May 8 race day at Star. Race day begins with practice from 12:20-12:45 p.m., followed by a final session from 1:05-1:30 p.m. Time trials will take place at 2:30 p.m., followed by heat races and the feature event. The estimated green flag for the Hedges Excavating 100 is 5:15 p.m.
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