ATLANTA – NASCAR veteran driver and legendary dirt track racer Ken Schrader will travel from his racing shop in Concord, N.C., to compete in the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified portion of the 2nd annual Tennessee 200 at Tennessee National Raceway in Hohenwald, Tenn., on March 14-15.
Schrader won the open-wheel modified feature race in only his only other appearance at Tennessee National Raceway in 2010. He also won last week’s K&N Filters USCS Modified Series portion of the USCS Frostbuster 250 at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Miss.
Schrader will wheel his potent Federated Auto Parts sponsored No. 9 open wheel modified racer on both nights against some of the best racers in the Mid-South. Schrader has 970 starts in NASCAR’s top three divisions, including 763 Sprint Cup starts. Schrader retired from the Sprint Cup Series at the end of 2013, but will race selected ARCA events and concentrate on his dirt track racing this season.