Morgan-McClure Texas review

* Friday was a hold the breath day at Texas Motor Speedway for Morgan-McClure Motorsports. Practice did not go well. With no provisionals to fall back on, the team knew it would have to make the race on speed. Lepage ran a lap that placed ...

Morgan-McClure Texas review

* Friday was a hold the breath day at Texas Motor Speedway for Morgan-McClure Motorsports. Practice did not go well. With no provisionals to fall back on, the team knew it would have to make the race on speed. Lepage ran a lap that placed the team in the 34th starting position.

* Happy Hour took place before the Busch Grand National race on Saturday. Once again, the practice produced dismal results for the No. 4 KODAK MAX Film Monte Carlo.

* Lepage started the Busch race in 41st position and finished 10th

* Changes were made to the No. 4 Chevrolet on Saturday.

* Kevin and Donna Lepage's 10th anniversary was Saturday

* 23 positions were gained during the Harrah's 500. Lepage gained two positions in driver points. Morgan-McClure picked up one spot in owner points, but closed the gap on 25th place to only 39 points.

* The team will return to Martinsville, where they completed a two day test session last week. Kevin Lepage will be the driver for the Virginia 500. The team's last win was at Martinsville in 1998. 100 races ago.

* In the 2000 Martinsville Speedway races, Lepage's stats are: April 9--started 39th/finished 34th Oct.1--started 41st/finished 29th

-MMM

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