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Hill shows strength at Richmond

Typically a 26th place position is not something you come away bragging about. This is not one of those cases.

Hill making his debut at the 3/4 mile track made brilliant passes on veteran drivers of the track and cars with a bigger budget. "We had a great car tonight. We passed the leaders several times as we got off pit sequence early due to our great fuel mileage," Hill stated.

The Lilly Trucking Ford averaged nearly ten more laps than the field on fuel mileage and if the cautions fell correctly, the team was set for a top 10 run. With only one caution for the event, the plan didnt come to effect but the car was good enough on it's end.

Timmy Hill and Rick Ware Racing will now look to Darlington for improvement.

"I think we have something for them at Darlington. Timmy has never been there but you can tell, it is his kind of track the way he has been driving lately," stated Rick Ware.

Cobb collected in “Big One” at Dega

Jennifer Jo Cobb in the #41 Ford Mustang was set to hit another career high at Talladega this weekend but the annual crash known as "Big One" collect Cobb and resulted in a 37th place finish.

Cobb qualifed her unsponsored Ford in the 33rd position for the event and her and the RWR teams game plan was working to perfection.

"Stay out of the group and in the closing laps, take a stab at the lead". With just thirty laps remaining, Cobb paired up with teammate Timmy Hill in the draft and came darting through the pack into the top 15 when a crash infront of them left Cobb nowhere to go and head on into the chaos.

"That really stunk. We had a great Ford and was going to be in contention at the end but with the draft in one pack there on that restart and the run we had on them, we put ourselves right there in that mess."

The RWR crew will now put its focus on Nashville this weekend

Hamilton homecoming at Nashville in trucks

In his first race of the 2011 season, Bobby Hamilton Jr. returned to his home track, the Nashville Superspeedway, in the Rick Ware Racing #1 truck in the NASCAR Camping World Bully Hill Vineyards 200.

“It felt great to be back racing in the truck series, and to do it in front of a hometown crowed is always special. I’m glad Rick gave me the opportunity, and I can’t thank the guys enough for the work they put into the truck this weekend,” Hamilton Jr. explained.

Hamilton Jr. started 30th, and he competed in the top 25 for most of the race. The crew made constant improvements to the truck during pit stops, and when the checkered flag flew, Hamilton Jr. captured a 22nd place finish.

“The guys worked hard all weekend to make the truck work for me. I don’t think it was the finish the team was looking for, but we learned a lot that will help us when we come back in July,” Hamilton Jr. explained.

The next NASCAR Camping World Truck series event will be the Lucas Oil 200 at the Dover International Speedway. Qualifying for this event starts at 10:10 am EST on Friday, May 13th, with race coverage following at 8:30 pm EST on Speed Channel.