Team Wilson Brings the “Fearsome Foursome” to Toledo Speedway
Pennsboro, WV – Team Wilson will roll into Toledo Speedway with a boost of confidence after last weekend’s ARCA Truck event.
Both Devin Moran and Bobby Dale Earnhardt accomplished the main goal of finishing the race. Bringing home tenth (Earnhardt) and eleventh (Moran) place finishes brings those two to Toledo with a proverbial “bounce in their step”.
Earnhardt will again be piloting the #33 All N One Pawn/Drive In Barber Shop Chevrolet. “I look forward to getting on a quick half-mile like Toledo,” said Earnhardt. “Flat Rock’s configuration forced me to be patient and to not overdrive the corner, so it will be nice to be able to stay in the gas a little longer at Toledo.”
Moran will also be piloting the #13 Devin Moran Racing/Team Wilson Driver Development Chevrolet. “Flat Rock was a different animal,” said Moran. “I felt like I was always turning the truck and as the race went the truck got really tight. I finished the race, which was my goal, and I’m ready to get to Toledo.”
New to the Team Wilson line-up this week will be “White Lightning” Josh White out of Charleston, WV. White will be driving the #9 SpurChaser/Steel Force Broadheads Ford. Josh has tested twice with Team Wilson over the last year and looks forward to Toledo Speedway. “I’ve been waiting for this for a long time,” said White. “The time has come and I’m definitely ready. I’ve ran laps at Toledo on iRacing for months to prepare myself and I can’t wait to get in the seat.”
Last, but most certainly not least is Mike Senica. Known as “Mike Flyte” in WWE and independent wrestling circuits, the six-feet two inch, two hundred fifty pound Doylestown, PA native will make his first appearance in the ARCA Truck Series since Winchester in 2011. Senica spent last season in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menard’s by making starts at Salem Speedway, New Jersey Motorsports Park and O’Reilly Raceway Park. “Big Mike” will be driving the #04 PB2/Damn Good Jerky/Blue04 Chevrolet. “I’ve been in conversations with Frank (Wilson) for the last year or so about getting back in the ARCA Truck Series,” said Senica. “I feel it’s a great series with a good group of drivers. I look forward to starting my season at Toledo and using it as a building block for a bright future.”