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Koch to drive No. 44 at Homestead 10-22-2014
Blake Koch
Blake Koch is back with TriStar Motorsports for the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. He will pilot the No. 44 Celsius Flo Fusion Camry, as he will attempt to top his break out performance from the 2013 season finale. Koch is teaming up with Grammy nominated and multi-award winning hip-hop artist, Flo Rida for the final race of 2014. Both who call Southern Florida home, have teamed up to promote Flo Rida's new work out powder, Celsius Flo Fusion.-TriStar Motorsports NC
Matt Crafton at Martinsville Speedway 10-22-2014
Matt Crafton
If experience is key to success at Martinsville Speedway, Matt Crafton is a sure bet. The Tulare, Calif. native has more series starts (25) at the .526-mile track than any other driver entered into the 32nd annual event, and has completed the most laps around the Virginia track (5,552). Since 2001, the Menards driver has recorded one win (March, 2014), one pole (October, 2011), five top-five and 13 top-10 finishes.-ThorSport Racing
Joey Coulter History at Martinsville Speedway 10-22-2014
This weekend marks Joey Coulter's second Martinsville Speedway appearance with GMS Racing. In March, the Miami Springs, Fla., driver qualified 18th and finished in 17th-place. Coulter has made seven other NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts at the .526-mile track. He has earned an average starting position of 18.0 and an average finishing position of 14.1 at the track. In 2012 with Richard Childress Racing, the 24-year-old finished a career-best in third-place at the track.-GMS Racing
Keselowski to restart Martinsville streak 10-22-2014
Brad Keselowski
When Brad Keselowski was run over by Kurt Busch on pit road at Martinsville this spring is caused enough damage to drop Keselowski off the lead lap. He finished 38th in the STP 500, which snapped a four-race streak of top-10s. Having barely made his way into the Eliminator round of the playoffs, Keselowski is going to be highly focused on running well this week and that should make the difference between contending for a top-10 and the victory.
Bowyer has longest active Martinsville streak 10-22-2014
Clint Bowyer
Clint Bowyer has the longest active streak of top-10s at Martinsville. He has finished that well in his last five races, including a ninth this spring. Bowyer swept the top five in 2013 and had another fifth-place finish at the end of 2012. If his STP 500 attempt last year is an indication, he is capable of challenging for a victory because he finished second to Johnson in that event. Altogether, that makes him a great pick in most games.
Jimmie Johnson is top ranked at Martinsville 10-22-2014
Jimmie Johnson
Jimmie Johnson is the top-ranked driver for the Goody's 500 Martinsville Speedway. He enters the weekend with two victories, a fifth, and a second in his last four races there. What a difference a week makes. Johnson was knocked out of playoff contention with poor finishes at Kansas, Charlotte, and Talladega. If he wins this week, it will in his new unaccustomed role as Chase spoiler.