In the past month or so a billboard of the No. 24 wrecking into the No. 84 at the May Coca-Cola 600 at Lowe's Motor Speedway has been popping up around the Charlotte area with the phrase - "Beast Attack!" (For those of you who live in the Mooresville area, the billboard above can be seen going South on I-77 on the left before Exit 33).
We are hoping both AJ and BV make it through the weekend with out the "beast attacking!" Both guys say they are looking forward to being able to sleep in their own bed's this weekend. No. 84 crew chief Ricky Viers said racing in Charlotte is kind of like being the home team in a baseball game with the home field advantage. And these things can only help as Red Bull Racing prepares to qualify both cars into the field Thursday night!
AJ's seat-time experiment continues in the No. 42 Busch car. He’ll drive the Chip Ganassi Racing-owned and Memorex-sponsored Dodge in Friday night’s Dollar General 300. His qualifying efforts have been solid, with three top-15 starts in four tries. There is room for improvement in the results column, as his best Busch Series finish is 14th on Sept. 7 at Richmond.