NASCAR driver Austin Wayne Self to attend 2017 Presidential Inaugural Ball

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – While members of his AM Racing team are readily preparing for the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season, driver Austin Wayne Self joined by AM Racing president Tim Self will attend Thursday night’s Black Tie & Boots Presidential Inaugural Ball at the Gaylord National Harbor in Maryland.

Self’s No. 22 ‘Trump-Pence Make America Great Again’ Toyota Tundra that competed in last October’s fred’s 250 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway will also be on display for event attendees.

Designated as a V.I.P. for the black-tie affair, Self will sign autographs from 10:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. at the National Harbor Sports Bar as part of his entertainment responsibilities on Jan. 19.

20-year-old Self participated in his first presidential election this past November and has been vocal about showing his support for president-elect Donald Trump and vice president Mike Pence.

“I’m very humbled to have the opportunity to represent AM Racing at Thursday night’s Black Tie & Boots Presidential Inaugural Ball,” said driver Austin Wayne Self. “We were proud of our commitment to show support to the Republican party at Talladega with a strong top-15 finish.

“While I’m excited to have our Talladega truck on display, I said last October that politics has never been really that important to me until recently, but now more than ever we need change. President elect Donald Trump and his values are in line with my beliefs. I’m a big supporter of his business background and believe his experience is what our country has been waiting for. I’m excited to continue to show my support with those closest to me as we welcome a new president into office.”

The state of Texas, home of both Self and his primary partner AM Technical Solutions, has a strong reputation for its longstanding support of the Republican Party. For team principal and owner Tim Self, he is proud to be a part of a historical event.

“Our mission with the ‘Trump-Pence Make America Great Again’ truck was to make a small difference,” said AM Racing owner Tim Self. “I felt we did that and more. Now, we’re proud to stand beside our new president and his staff and rebuild our country on a foundation of Godly values.

“Thursday night will be a remarkable night for our AM Racing team and I couldn’t be more proud.”

News of AM Racing’s Trump-Pence presidential support garnished high marks in their home state of Texas. As a proud partner of the Texas Departure of Agriculture’s GO TEXAS agri-business program, the second-year NASCAR team received kudos from the commissioner of Agriculture, among other supporters.

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About AM Racing:

AM Racing is a second-year NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Mooresville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance. The team has named Austin Wayne Self and Justin Fontaine as AM Racing drivers for 2017.

 

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Austin Wayne Self set for return to AM Racing for 2017 Truck Series season

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Officials from AM Racing announced that 20-year-old Austin Wayne Self will return to the team to compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) next season.
Self, a native of Austin, Texas competed in 22 of the 23 races this past season earning a season-best ninth place finish on the dirt at Eldora Speedway. Despite sitting out Martinsville (Va.) Speedway this past October, the 2014 ARCA Scott Rookie of the Year finished 15th in the overall series standings.
aws22Other highlights in his rookie season included a 13th place finish at his home track of Texas Motor Speedway in June, a 15th on the road course at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park and a 14th place finish at Talladega Superspeedway, where the AM Racing team showed their support of the then upcoming presidential election with a Trump- Pence support paint scheme.
“I’m thankful for the opportunity to return to AM Racing next season,” said Self. “I learned a lot in my first year of competition and I’m eager to take that knowledge and return to the track and earn better results. I have a great team and supporters behind me and I will continue to work hard for them both on and off the track.”

Returning alongside Self for 2017 will be longtime supporter AM Technical Solutions.

Austin-based AM Technical Solutions (AMTS) is a leading construction management, project management and facility solutions firm for high-tech markets. AMTS provides diverse integrated solutions across a facilities life cycle to include new cleanroom construction, integrated construction management, total quality programs, capital asset solutions and cleanroom certification and testing.

“I’m proud to have AM Technical Solutions on board with me again this season in Trucks,” Self said. “I’m overwhelmed and thankful for the amazing support they continue to provide. 2017 will be the sixth season where I’m able to pursue my dreams because of them. Our team and I remain committed to doing everything it takes to AMTS and their clients, all of our fans and partners proud.”

AM Racing team principal Tim Self said the overall improvement in Austin Wayne Self throughout the season justified the team’s decision for 2017.
“We’re proud of the progress Austin made in 2016,” Tim Self said. “We knew being his rookie year that there would be trial and tribulations, but Austin never gave up on and off the race track. It was only justified to keep him apart of AM Racing next season with the understanding that we want to enhance and continue to build on the program as a whole.”

Prior to joining the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2016, Self, competed for two season in the ARCA Racing Series where he earned one win (Winchester 2015), finished second in the championship standings and won the S&S Volvo Most Laps Completed award.

The Texan says his experience in ARCA attributed to some of his stronger runs in 2016, including his top-10 performance at Eldora Speedway this past summer.TMS

“Like 2016, I hope to lean on my past experiences to help make me a better driver,” he added. “Without my prior experience on the dirt in ARCA, I don’t think I would have adapted as well as I did at Eldora.

“AM Racing is still a new team, but we are a growing quickly. At the end of every race, results are important not only for our manufacturer and marketing partners, but for our team too. We’re excited about the progress we’ve made with our superspeedway program and hope that yields a strong showing at Daytona in February.”

To learn more information on AM Racing please visit awsracing.com.For more on Austin Wayne Self and AM Racing, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf.
PHOTO CAPTION: Austin Wayne Self, driver of the No. 22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota Tundra for AM Racing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. (Photo Credit: Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images).
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Justin Fontaine Set to make NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Debut at Martinsville

jpfAustin, Texas (October 25, 2016) – AM Racing announced today that 19-year old Justin Fontaine will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) debut driving the team’s No.22 ProMATIC Automation Toyota Tundra during the Texas Roadhouse 200 on October 29 at Martinsville Speedway.

Justin Fontaine, a native of Ashville, NC and freshman at UNC Charlotte is a three-year veteran of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series with four NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts in 2016.  Making the move up the ranks, Fontaine began his career racing Quarter Midgets, Mini Cup and Late Models on local short tracks throughout North Carolina and Tennessee.

“I couldn’t be more excited to be joining AM Racing for my upcoming NASCAR Truck event at Martinsville Speedway,” says Justin Fontaine.  “After spending time at the shop with the team and going over the truck I feel confident our ProMATIC Automation Toyota Tundra will be fast off the truck.  I can’t thank everyone at the team for the effort they’ve put in to get us ready for the race.”

Fontaine occupying the seat normally reserved for NCWTS rookie Austin Wayne Self, was part of a decision between AM Racing and driver Self to lay the foundation for the team’s long term strategic growth plans of fielding multiple fulltime trucks in the series starting in ’17.

“The best interest of the team always comes first.  This was a business decision made in the best interest of the team,” said Self.  “I’m excited for Justin and the direction our team is headed.  Allowing him (Fontaine) to get behind the wheel at Martinsville is a big step for our team and allows Justin the opportunity to gain valuable seat time so he can come back and compete with us in a larger role.  I’ll be offering him all the support I can while I prepare for my next start at Texas.”

Fontaine will rely on the vast experience of crew chief, Rick Ren, for setup and insight as the North Carolina teenager prepares for his first NASCAR Series start.

Justin Fontaine is the younger cousin of longtime NCWTS competitor Chris Fontaine. jpf-truck

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – Texas Roadhouse 200 presented by Alpha Energy Solutions from Martinsville Speedway will air LIVE on FOX Sports 1, Saturday, October 29 at 1:30 PM EST.

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ProMATIC Automation, Inc. specializes in the design and build of custom factory automation equipment. With complete in-house capabilities of design, programming, fabrication, machining, electrical and mechanical assembly, ProMATIC can manage project resources and coordinate manufacturing efforts to provide quality, on-time automation project implementation. ProMATIC Automation, Inc. has extensive experience in the integration of high-level automation technologies like robotics, laser, vision, and dispensing systems along with many years of combined experience in the design and machining of custom manufactured components.  For more information on ProMATIC Automation please visit www.promaticautomation.com.

About AM Racing

AM Racing is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team that fields a full-time truck. Piloting the No. 22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota Tundra is 2016 Rookie of the Year contender, Austin Wayne Self.  Established in December 2015, AM Racing is located in “Race Capital USA” Mooresville, North Carolina. Owned and operated by successful businessman, Tim Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on Faith, Honesty and Intelligent Performance. For additional information about AM Racing or Austin Wayne Self, visit www.awsracing.com.

Austin Wayne Self is Off to Michigan International Speedway

Austin Wayne Self

No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota Tundra

Hometown: Austin, Texas

Age: 20BMS3

 

2016 NCWTS Stats:

  • 2016 NCWTS Point Standings – 15th
  • Last Race: 21st Place Finish at Bristol
  • Best Finish: 9th at Eldora Speedway
  • Average Finish: 20th
  • Best Finish: 9th (Eldora Speedway)AM Technical Solutions Team Notes:Recently announced, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team AM Racing and ARCA Championship team, Win-Tron Racing, have joined forces for the remainder of the 2016 and for the full 2017 racing seasons. The newly formed partnership leverages the cost efficiencies associated with shared assets and resources while exploiting the knowledge and experience of its two principle members, Kevin Cywinski and Tim Self. The joint effort will deliver cost efficient quality racing programs to selected drivers in both the NCWTS and the ARCA Series.AWS Michigan International Speedway Race Quote:

    “Michigan has always been a good track for me. Although it’s only my first start in the truck I’ve had some strong runs the last couple years in the ARCA Series. I’m going in with some experience so it should reduce the learning curve. Rick (Ren) has put together a good game plan and the guys in the shop have worked hard preparing a good piece for the weekend – I’m hopeful, expecting a strong run. -Austin Wayne Self

    MIS track surface receives prep prior to NASCAR Weekend:

    Michigan International Speedway is doing some extra preparation to its track surface before the return of NASCAR action this weekend. The speedway has been utilizing a “tire dragger” – which is dragged along the surface to help apply extra rubber. It’s the same device used by Kentucky Speedway after its repave and Bristol after it “polished” the lower racing groove.

 

Track: Michigan International Speedway

Race: Careers for Veterans 200 presented by Cooper Standard

 

100-Laps/200 Miles (NCWTS Event 14 of 23)

 

Date: Saturday, August 27, 2016

Broadcast Information: 1:00 PM EST. LIVE on FOX SPORTS 1

Practice: Friday, August 26

 

  • First Practice: 1:30 PM-2:55 PM  (FOX SPORTS 1)
  • Final Practice: 4:00 PM-4:55 PM (FOX SPORTS 1)

 

NCWTS Keystone Light Pole Qualifying:

 

  • Saturday, August 27 at 9:45 AM (FOX SPORTS 1)

 

Michigan International Speedway Specifications:

 

Superspeedway: 2-mile D-Shape Oval

Banking: 12 to 18 Degrees

Straights: 2,600 Ft. front stretch 2,242 Ft. back stretch

AM Racing and Win-Tron Racing Join Forces

joining forcesMooresville, NC (August 10, 2016) – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team AM Racing and ARCA Championship team, Win-Tron Racing, have joined forces for the remainder of the 2016 and for the full 2017 racing seasons.

 

The newly formed partnership leverages the cost efficiencies associated with shared assets and resources while exploiting the knowledge and experience of its two principle members, Kevin Cywinski and Tim Self. The joint effort will deliver cost efficient quality racing programs to selected drivers in both the NCWTS and the ARCA Series.

 

“Kevin has a proven track record in the racing business as evidenced by his multiple wins and Championships,” commented Tim Self, AM Racing team owner. “I bring efficient business processes and cost models along with a sales and marketing component that coalesces the Driver/Team/Sponsorship/Activation Model and delivers the best value for all partners.”

 

As the owner of Central Texas Speedway located in Kyle, Texas, Self has been involved in the motorsports industry for over fifteen years. Since 2013, Tim Self has acquired a, now successful, 3/8 mile asphalt track and started a new up and coming NASCAR CWTS team, with driver, Austin Wayne Self.

 

“Tim’s experience in business administration is outstanding albeit apparent, but his ability to build high value partnerships and bring new partners to the table is very exciting,” said Win-Tron Racing owner, Kevin Cywinski. “The foundation and team he has assembled in 2016 for their first, seven months is incredible, given that they started this season from scratch in December. Just look at all of the great brands they have been able to bring onboard. We are going to do some really great things together, both on and off the track, before the season is over.”

 

The co-branded operation will be based out of Win-Tron’s existing facility in Mooresville, NC, in the motorsports complex. In addition to providing full time racing programs, the consolidated entity will provide race teams support services such as Logistics, Transporation, Set Up and Pull Down.

 

Win-Tron is currently assembling a two car program for the 2017 ARCA Series, The No. 32 Toyota will have one full-time driver and the No. 33 Toyota will multiple developmental drivers behind the wheel. In addition, AM Racing will field the No. 22 Toyota Tundra full-time, with a second truck that will run a partial season.

 

For more information on Win-Tron Racing, visit their website at www.wintronracing.com. Additional information on AM Racing can be found on their website at www.awsracing.com.

Austin Wayne Self Headed To “The World’s Fastest Half-Mile”

PoconoAustin Wayne Self

No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota Tundra

Hometown: Austin, Texas

Age: 20

2016 NCWTS Stats:

2016 NCWTS Point Standings – 16th

  • Last Race: 25th Place Finish at Pocono
  • Best Finish: 9th at Eldora Speedway
  • Best Finish: 9th (Eldora Speedway)

Bristol Motor Speedway Race Notes:

After nearly a three-week hiatus, The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to action for a rare Wednesday night race under the lights at Bristol Motor Speedway.  Known as Thunder Valley or the Last Coliseum, Bristol Motor Speedway is considered one of the most popular venues in the sporting world.

Bristol Motor Speedway Team Notes:

The Texas Connection! AM Racing welcomes the support from YETI® Coolers.  YETI® Coolers, based in Austin, Texas, are the well-known producers of premium coolers and drinkware.  The AM Racing race team is proud to have them onboard, outfitting their hometown NASCAR Camping World Series driver, Austin Wayne Self with their superior products.

Bristol Motor Speedway Race Quote:

“We’ve had a long break and it’s now time to get back to work.  I’m really looking forward to getting back in the seat and on the road with my AM Technical Solutions Toyota team.  We’ve made a lot of positive gains the last couple races.  I’m optimistic this trend will continue at Bristol.  The time off served us well.  The guys in the shop have done a great job all around. We’re definitely getting better.  This will be my first start at Bristol.  It’s a fast half mile with lots of opportunity for trouble.  The key for us this week will be patience – staying up on the wheel for 200-laps and making smart decisions.” said Austin “The No. 22 team will have a big challenge this week at Bristol, and the AMTS team will be providing our complete support. We are especially excited to see other Texas based companies supporting our Texan driver. Thank you to Yeti Coolers for the awesome gear!” says Dan Codi, CEO of AM Technical Solutions.

Track: Bristol Motor Speedway

Race: UNOH 200

  • 200-Laps/106.6 Miles (NCWTS Event 13 of 23)

Date: Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Broadcast Information: 8:30 PM EST. LIVE on FOX SPORTS 1

Practice: Wednesday, August 17

First Practice: 9:30 AM-10:25 AM

  • Final Practice: 11:30 AM-12:25 PM

NCWTS Keystone Light Pole Qualifying:

Wednesday, August 17 at 4:45 PM

Bristol Motor Speedway Specifications:

Short Track: 0.553 concrete oval

Banking: 24 to 30 Degrees

Straights: 650 Feet w/ 4 to 9 Degrees Bankin

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AM Racing and Austin Wayne Self Looking for More at Iowa

TMSAUSTIN, TEXAS (June 15, 2016) – A rare weekend off for the Sprint Cup Series gives way for a NASCAR XFINITY – Camping World Truck Series weekend double header at Iowa Speedway.

Austin Wayne Self, coming off a career best 13th place finish at Texas Motor Speedway, looks to continue his progression in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series when the tour takes its turn Saturday, June 18th in the running of the Speediatrics 200.

“We’ve been working hard all season-long – taking the good with the bad,” said Self.  “Last weekend was a small victory for our team.  There’s a lot of season left for us to improve.  I’m really excited.   We’re headed in the right direction and looking for more this weekend at Iowa.”

Self, in his NASCAR rookie season driving the No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota, has notched two top-15 finishes in his first seven series attempts.  Last week’s 13th place finish set a new team best for the first year truck team.

“The truck series is super competitive,” commented Self.  “There are a lot well-established teams and drivers who make this look easy.  I can assure you they’ve all payed their dues to get to this point.  We’re on our way.  This team is dedicated and focused on getting better both on and off the track each week.  I’m really thankful for the opportunity and excited for our future.”

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This Week’s NCWTS Schedule:

NCWTS action from Iowa Speedway will begin with two practice sessions on Friday, June 17. The opening practice session starts at 3:00 p.m., with the final practice session starting at 6:00 p.m.  Keystone Light Pole Qualifying will take place Saturday, June 18 at 4:45 p.m. Follow Live on FS1.

Coverage for the Speediatrics 200 (200 laps, 175 miles) begins at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night.  Note: All Times Eastern Standard Time. Follow NASCAR.com for results.

NCWTS Speediatrics 200 Television Broadcast Schedule for Saturday, June 18

Catch all the action from Texas on FOX SPORTS 1 and FOX SPORTS 2!

4:45 PM EST – NCWST Keystone Light Pole Qualifying (FS2)

8:30 PM EST – Start of the Speediatrics 200 (FS1)

Note: All Times Eastern Standard Time.

Career Best NASCAR Finish for Austin Wayne Self at Texas

KS5_5068 rsz_1tmsAUSTIN, TEXAS  (June 12, 2016) – Austin Wayne Self turned in a career best 13th place finish in his highly anticipated home track debut in Friday’s  NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Rattlesnake 400 at Texas Motor Speedway.

 

“What a thrill! This was a big night for me and our team,” said Self, who delivered a solid performance in front of his home state fans.  “I’ve been coming here since I was a kid and have watched hundreds of laps.  I think tonight might have been bigger than starting at Daytona at the beginning of the year.”

 

“After struggling the last few races our AM Racing team stepped up and rebounded at the perfect time. Our guys did a great job all night long and gave me the opportunity to finish strong.  I can’t wait to come back in November and do this all over again.”

 

After a busy homecoming week filled with media appearances, Self, excitedly made his way to Texas Motor Speedway filled with optimism.  Starting 18th on the grid, the native Texan quickly raced his way inside the top-15 where he’d remain throughout the course of 250-mile event.

 

“Everything went pretty smooth this weekend.  The truck handled great and we had good speed all night long.  We made very few adjustments.  I think we learned a lot which will really help us in the future.”

 

“It was cool having a lot of our team partners at the track weekend.  I can’t thank everyone enough for their continued support.  Without them none of this is possible.  Big thanks to AM Technical Solutions, Sid Miller (Texas Department of Agriculture), Don’t Mess with Texas, Go Texan, Big Ass Fans, Rick’s Salsa, Texas Tea, and Four Escobars.”

 

Friday’s finish was Self’s second top-15 and fourth top-20 finish in seven NCWTS attempts.  He maintains 20th position in the overall series driver point standings.

 

Next up on the schedule is the SPEEDIATRICS 200 from Iowa Speedway on Saturday, June 18.

 

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Native Texan and NASCAR Driver, Austin Wayne Self, Featured in New Commercial for Don’t Mess with Texas Campaign

DMWT2AUSTIN, TEXAS (May 27, 2016) – As part of his ongoing partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), Texas native and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Wayne Self will soon be featured in a new statewide television commercial produced by FSSW featuring the Don’t mess with Texas® Trash & Treasure Hunt community cleanup awareness program.

Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the popular Don’t mess with Texas public awareness campaign, Austin Wayne Self, driver of the AM Racing Toyota, has been selected as a celebrity spokesperson to encourage participation in the Trash & Treasure Hunt initiative.

During the course of the year, Don’t Mess with Texas will host 25 Trash & Treasure Hunt cleanup events across the state. Part trash pick-up, part treasure hunt, the events are designed to keep the environment clean and promote awareness about the real cost of littering. Volunteers who pick up litter have a chance to receive a variety of prizes.DMWT

The new PSA commercial featuring Austin Wayne Self, which is scheduled for broadcast later this month, will air during MLB Texas Rangers baseball games and other programming on the FOX Sports Southwest network.

“It’s such an honor to take part in this worthy cause and since Texas is my home state, it’s extra special,” said Self. “The Texas Department of Transportation and the Don’t Mess with Texas initiative have supported our racing program for many years. It’s really something special for me to help out and contribute to such a great cause, helping to preserve the beauty of our great state.”

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Austin Wayne Self Travels to America’s Heartland Riding Momentum

May 3, 2016 (Austin, Texas) – Coming off his career best finish at Martinsville (15th) in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), Austin Wayne Self has renewed confidence heading into Friday’s NCWTS Toyota Tundra 250 at Kansas Speedway.

“After my last run I’m really looking forward to strapping back into the seat at Kansas,” said Self.  “Our AM Technical Solutions team continues to make big strides on and off the tra12794741_967824813267498_8255410450086602087_ock.  I’m focused on doing my part and keeping up the momentum this weekend.”

Riding momentum, the 20-year old driver looks to continue his steady improvement behind the wheel of the No.22 AM Technical Solutions-Black’s Barbeque Toyota.  Self, driving for the newly formed AM Technical Solutions Toyota team has scored three top-20 finishes thus far during his NCWTS rookie campaign – placing him third in the highly competitive ’16 Rookie of the Year contest.

“Austin and team are coming off of their best finish of his Truck Series career at Martinsville, so we are really looking forward to cheering them on in Kansas. They’ve been able to learn so many valuable lessons, and apply what they’ve learned to consistently improve race after race. We expect their commitment to teamwork and communication to continue, and we hope to see the team get their first Top 10!” says Dan Codi, CEO of AM Technical Solutions.

Self, currently occupying the 15th spot in the NCWTS driver championship point standings, has bettered his finishing spot each week since the series opener at Daytona in mid-February – Finishing 19th, 16th and 15th, the Texas native maintains a respectable 16.7 average race finish.

Looking ahead to a busy month of racing Self and the AM Technical Solutions Toyota team had a successful test last week at the Monster Mile in preparation for the May 13th event at Dover International Speedway.

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This Week’s NCWTS Schedule:

NCWTS action from Kansas Speedway will begin with three practice sessions on Thursday, May 5.  Follow NASCAR.com for results.  Keystone Light Pole Qualifying will take place Friday, May 6 at 4:30 p.m. Follow Live on FS1. The Toyota Tundra 200 (167 laps, 250.5 miles) begins at 8:30 p.m. Friday night.  Note: All Times Eastern Standard Time.

NCWTS Toyota Tundra 250 Television Broadcast Schedule for Friday, May 6

Catch all the action from Kansas Speedway on FOX SPORTS 1!

4:30 PM EST – NCWST Keystone Light Pole Qualifying (FS1)

8:00 PM EST – NCWTS “Series Set-Up” (FS1)

8:30 PM EST – Start of the Toyota Tundra 20 (FS1)

Note: All Times Eastern Standard Time.