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Ronnie Bassett Jr. Looks to Bounce Back, Returns to New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Winston-Salem, N.C. (July 9, 2014) – Ronnie Bassett Jr. and the Bassett Racing No.
04 Butler Trailer Manufacturing/Roush Yates Performance team look to bounce back
at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) this weekend from a disappointing finish
due to a brake issue, three weeks ago at Langley Speedway in the NASCAR K&N Pro
Series East. The Granite State 100 from NHMS will mark the second time Bassett
Jr. will make a start at the famed 1.05-mile speedway, with his first career start
resulting in a 10th-place finish.


* Consistency In the past six NASCAR K&N Pro Series East races, Ronnie Bassett
Jr. has three top-five finishes and five top-10 finishes dating all the way back
to Greenville Pickens Speedway, where he recorded a season-best result of second.

* Get to the Points Bassett Jr. of Winston-Salem, North Carolina fell from the 8th
position to the 10th position in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East driver point standings
after a brake failure and a 20th-place finish at Langley Speedway. Bassett Jr. has
three top-five finishes, and six top-ten finishes in 11 career starts in the NASCAR
K&N Pro Series East.

* The Granite State 100 The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East returns to New Hampshire
Motor Speedway for the 58th time in series history for The Granite State 100. NHMS,
a 1.058-mile slightly-banked asphalt oval, is the largest track the K&N Pro Series
East races at. NHMS has played host to the K&N Pro Series East in each year of the
track’s existence and has held more races than any other facility in the series’
28-year history. Practice and qualifying will be held on Thursday, July 10, with
The Granite State 100 on Friday, July 11.

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