ARCA/NCWTS: Choquette Returns to Carriers Racing for Truck, ARCA Midwest Events

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MILAN, Ill. – official release — ARCA Midwest photo — Jeff Choquette will returned to the seat of the No. 29 Adrian Carriers/Liz Girl Logistics super late model and the No. 97 Adrian Carriers Racing NASCAR Camping World Truck Series entry this season.

“I’m really looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of the Adrian Carriers/Liz Girl Logistic’s equipment and working with the guys again. It will be great to work together again and see if we can pick up where we left off,” Choquette said.

The first race for the newly reunited group will be the ARCA Midwest Tour Coors Light Summer Shootout presented by McGrath Powersports and Liz Girl Logistics on July 5 at Hawkeye Downs Speedway in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Choquette has raced a late model less than a handful of times in the past year, so he’s looking forward to getting back in fresh equipment.

“It’s been a while since I’ve been behind the wheel. I’m a little nervous about being rusty. Everyone says it’s like riding a bike, so I’m hoping they are right,” said Choquette.

The Adrian Carriers Racing Team has no doubt that Choquette will fall right back into place, considering the amount of success the team has had in the past, winning at such places as Nashville Super Speedway, Five Flags Speedway, Mobile Int’l Speedway, Illiana Motor Speedway and Iowa Speedway, where the team will be headed on July 10-11 for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series American Ethanol 200.

Not only did the team win the ARCA Midwest Tour event there in 2011, but in their Truck debut in 2012 they finished 11th and came back later that year and backed it up with an eighth place finish.

“The two races (NCWTS) that I ran there, we ran 11th and eighth. Hopefully we can pick up where we left off. Most importantly, the main goal is just to come out in one piece and have a good showing. Everyone’s there to win, so as long as we can come out of there in a position to go on to the next one, it will be a success,” said Choquette.

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