Plainfield, IN - Heading into one of the more historic USAC Events on the USAC Racing Schedule, Chad Boespflug sat without any secured ride plans. 4-Crown Nationals is a prestigious USAC event that has been competed in for decades. The event hosts all three USAC divisions together at Eldora Speedway located in Rossburg, OH.
Word in the racing community of drivers searching for rides and or owners with open seats travels rather quickly these days especially with social media. Therefore seats don't stay open for long. What was once privileged information that spread through the pit area now spreads rapidly over the internet. Thus the conversation of Boespflug being out of a ride spread over the internet just as quickly as it did at the track. Boespflug's ride situation quickly changed for the better and things began to fall into place following a few phone calls. Boespflug was contacted earlier this week in regards to this weekends race at Eldora while still searching for the right opportunity to fall into place for him.
Boespflug is pleased to announce he will be aboard the Gene Nolen Owned, Nolen Racing Amsoil USAC #20N Sprint Car for 4-Crown Nationals. "I am thankful for the opportunity to be able to team up with Gene for this weekend. He has good equipment and I feel we will be able to capitalize on that and put a good run together," says Boespflug when asked about his plans for this weekend.
With the support of Amsoil, Bell Helmets, Butlerbuilt Seats, Columbus Container Inc, Hinchman Racewear, Midwest Shades, Stida, and Revvd Up Industries the Nolen Racing 20N is prepped and ready to head east for the Amsoil USAC 4-Crown Nationals at Eldora Speedway Saturday.
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