Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 9/22/14
Brandon McReynolds will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) debut this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway in the No. 4 Wolfpack Rentals Chevrolet Silverado. The son of former crew chief and current race analyst Larry McReynolds will be making his first start at the 1.5-mile quad-oval in Fort Worth, Texas. McReynolds has made three previous starts for Turner Motorsports in 2012, two in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards and one in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPS East). McReynolds has one ARCA victory in 2012, which he earned at Talladega Superspeedway in the No. 32 Win-Tron/Turner Motorsports Chevy. Pack Racing…McReynolds and the No. 4 team will be sponsored by Wolfpack Rentals this weekend in Texas. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Wolfpack Rentals is a premier provider of oilfield services. Wolfpack Rentals, L.L.C., employs approximately 30 field, marketing and administrative personnel in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and West Virginia. The Wolfpack Rentals rental fleet includes modular buildings, living quarters, generators, light towers, water and sewer systems, forklifts, man-lifts, communication systems and drill pipes. This Week’s Silverado…The No. 4 Wolfpack Rentals Chevrolet Silverado team will unload chassis TMS-213 at Texas Motor Speedway. TMS-213 was most recently raced by Miguel Paludo at the spring Texas race where he brought home a 14th-place finish. Watch and Listen…The WinStar World Casino 350k can be seen live on Friday, November 2nd on SPEED. Race coverage will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET. The event can also be heard live on MRN Radio as well as Sirius Satellite Radio, channel 90. McReynolds on Texas Motor Speedway and His First NCWTS Start: “It’s really exciting to come to the Turner family’s home track and make our debut in Texas. Being a part of an organization like Turner Motorsports with good drivers and good people means more to me than just making my first Truck Series start. It’s obviously very exciting going into this series, but any time you can race for a really good organization like Turner Motorsports, whether it’s an ARCA car, an East car, Truck or Nationwide, it means a lot just to be part of a good group.” “I’ve got some laps at Texas Motor Speedway from testing in an ARCA car a few years ago and I’ve been talking a lot to James [Buescher]. He and I are really good buddies and he’s going to try to help me out as much as he can. Texas is a really fast track and it’s a little different than what I’m used to from growing up short-track racing. I think it fits my style well; you’re able to move around a lot, which I really like. I’m not a big fan of racetracks where there’s only one lane, so Texas is a good place to race, especially in the Truck Series. It gives us an opportunity to run well, especially working with someone like [crew chief] Mike Hillman Jr. He’s won a lot of races down here as crew chief in the Truck Series and going off the notebook of [No. 31 crew chief] Michael Shelton will help a lot because they were really fast down there earlier in the year. So as long as the driver does his job, we’ll have a good night. We have high hopes going into this weekend; otherwise we wouldn’t be doing this. I think we have a good shot at a good solid night and hopefully get us a top-10 or single digit finish.”

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