Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 9/16/14
The No. 30 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) machine welcomes aboard TAG Heuer Avant-Garde Eyewear as the primary sponsor as Nelson Piquet Jr. makes his 50th NCWTS career start this Friday night. Piquet Jr. is a long-time supporter and now ambassador of the Swiss-made brand. TAG Heuer, maker of high-end sports watches and chronographs since 1860, has been applying the same high standards for design and quality found in their timepieces to the creation of exceptional eyewear since 2002.  All TAG Heuer “Avant-Garde” Eyewear lenses are shatter-resistant, ultra-light and provide 100% UV-A and UV-B protection.  A wide variety of this luxurious eyewear is available at authorized dealers nationwide.  For more information on TAG Heuer’s full line of sunglasses and eyeglasses and to locate authorized retailers, please visit www.tagheuer.com/eyewear This Week’s Silverado…Piquet Jr. and the No. 30 TAG Heuer Eyewear team will unload chassis TMS-218 for this weekend’s WinStar World Casino 350k at Martinsville Speedway. TMS-218 is a powerhouse for the Turner Motorsports team, as it claimed a Keystone Light Pole Award at its debut event at Pocono Raceway, and helped Piquet Jr. capture his first NCWTS win at Michigan International Speedway earlier this season. 50th Career Start…This Friday night will mark the 50th career start for Piquet Jr. in the NCWTS. Half of the 50 starts have resulted in top-10 finishes for the Brazilian racer, with 13 top-fives and two outstanding victories. Watch LIVE… Tune in to catch this week’s NCWTS WinStar Casino 350k from Texas Motor Speedway live on SPEED on Friday, November 2nd at 8:00 pm ET, with pre-race coverage starting at 7:30 pm ET. You can also tune into MRN radio and NASCAR SiriusXM channel 90. Nelson Piquet Jr. on Texas Motor Speedway: “After coming off a second place finish in Martinsville last weekend, I’m riding on momentum for a strong run this weekend. Texas is one of my favorite tracks on the schedule, and I think my results there show why. We’re bringing a truck I feel very confident in, and at this point I have nothing to lose so I am going after the win. I would love to celebrate with my hardworking team in victory lane on Friday night.”
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