“We enjoy taking our late model out for events like this – none of the pressures that we have on Sundays but all the same competitiveness and drive to win,” Ragan said. “And the Milwaukee Mile is just a great, old, historic race track and this event draws a great crowd. It’s always fun to go places like that.
“We’re thankful to have Skuttle Tight back on board with us for this race, too. They’ve been a good partner with us in the past and we’re glad to have them on our quarter panels again.”
Ragan should have plenty of top-level competition. The event is a popular one with NASCAR regulars with approximately 10 of the elite drivers expected to participate in the weeknight event.
“David hasn’t forgotten his roots and for him to run with us at the Mile is an honor to all of us,” said Series Vice President Steve Einhaus. “There are a lot of young kids that look up to him that are trying to follow the same path he took to where he is today. We are excited to have him back in 2013 and I’m pretty certain he is coming to win.”