Texas Motor Speedway : Pre-Race

NEW BOSTON, TX - (October 27, 2014) A year after achieving the pinnacle start of his career at Texas Motor Speedway, Ryan Lynch will find himself back in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver seat at the storied speedway once again, this time piloting the No. 07 IDLifeRacing.com/BlankHood.com Chevrolet for SS Green Light Racing.

"I'm so excited that I have the opportunity to race at my home track again," says Lynch. "To know that I get to go back to Texas at all is just amazing, but I feel like this year is an opportunity for me to really prove I can race at this level. I'm confident that Bobby Dotter and his crew have put together a great truck for me, and I cannot thank him and my long time Super Truck crew chief JR Wiest enough for putting this deal together for me." Lynch looks not only to top his career best finish (24th at Kentucky in 2013) but also hopes to take advantage of last year's experience. "This will be the first opportunity I've had to go back to a track in the NASCAR series. This time I know the techniques and feel of the track that I had to spend an entire race learning last year. This time I can go all in from the drop of the green - and that is a great feeling."

Texas Motor Speedway is a 1.5-mile oval just outside of Ft. Worth and is the track that Lynch calls home. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to the infamously fast speedway on Halloween night, October 31st for the WinStar World Casino and Resort 350 to kick off an entire weekend of NASCAR action that includes the Nationwide Series on Saturday and Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup AAA Texas 500.

The WinStar World Casino and Resort 350 is the 333rd consecutive NCWTS start for the SS Green Light Racing team, a streak that dates back to 2001. Many of the sports top drivers have roots in the NASCAR Truck Series, which is considered to be the proving grounds for any racer looking to become a star amongst the NASCAR ranks.

Practice for The WinStar World Casino and Resort 350 will be Thursday, October 30th from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., and 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. On Friday, October 31st Qualifying will begin at 2:15 p.m. and the green flag will fly on The WinStar World Casino and Resort 350 at 7:30 p.m. Central time. The race will be shown live on FOX Sports 1 and will also be broadcast via the Motor Racing Network and on SIRIUSXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90.

Please check out BlankHood.com for the latest and follow Ryan on Facebook at Ryan Lynch Racing and Twitter at @ryanlynchracing. For information on IDLife, visit www.IDLifeRacing.com.

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For more information about SS Green Light Racing visit www.SSRacingonline.com or email pr@ssracingonline.com

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2014 Nashville Fairgrounds

NASHVILLE, Tennessee - Throughout the 2014 season the BlankHood.com Super Truck has been in action under the lights at the historic Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. The Limited Late Model division where the Super Trucks compete has once again raised the bar on the level of competition, gaining more competitors this year than several of the past seasons and running some of the fastest lap times seen in this class. Ryan Lynch, driving the number 13 Chevy Silverado, has also amped up his game.

"The 2014 season has really been about testing limits and trying new things with the truck," says Lynch. "Lately the guys in this division have been making huge leaps in finding more speed. We've been changing the setup at every opportunity in hopes of finding that extra tenth that seems to make all the difference." This statement is all the more made apparent by simply taking a look at the points battle, where several competitors are neck and neck going into the final events of the season."I've also had to try new things from behind the wheel," commented Lynch, "learning from the veterans of this series really helps me to improve more quickly." Indeed, every visit to the 5/8 mile oval seems to help the BlankHood.com team pick up speed, breaking into times run by the Pro Late Model division, which generally have much high horsepower. "This class has gotten amazingly fast for the rules package we have. It truly does get tougher each race because you just have to constantly push the truck to the limits every lap."

Texas Motor Speedway Race Recap

FT. WORTH, Texas (November 5, 2013)- Seeing the checkered flag wave under the lights at Texas Motor Speedway (TMS) Friday night at the conclusion of the Winstar World Casino350K signified more to NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) driver, Ryan Lynch, than just the end of the 147 lap event. The final lap marked a 25th place finish and the completion of a lifelong goal for Lynch, to race at his home track in one of NASCAR's top 3 series.

After qualifying his No. 39 Blankhood.com/East Texas Food Bank Chevrolet Silverado 29th earlier in the day, Lynch started the race from inside row 15 just behind fellow Texan, David Starr. Shortly after the green flag, Lynch and the team took advantage of the first caution of the race and came in for a splash of fuel on lap 26. By lap 55, Lynch improved his position to 28th and continued to work on finding the fastest way around the 1.5 mile tri-oval. The second caution of the night came on lap 60 after an incident in turn 2 between No. 77 and No. 99. Lynch was pleased with the call made by truck series veteran, Rick Crawford, and the RSS Racing team to bring the truck in for 4 new tires and fuel. Lynch then made his way to the 27th position by lap 75 but came on the radio saying the truck was tight on exit of the turn and could use an adjustment. Not long after his request, the third and final caution of the night came on lap 100 to clean up oil left on the track from the No. 51. During the caution, the final pit stop included 4 tires, fuel, and a track bar adjustment for Lynch. In the last 40 laps, Lynch was able to maneuver through traffic and gain two more spots to bring his No. 39 truck home in the 25th position.

Pre-Race: Texas Motor Speedway

NEW BOSTON, Texas (October 23, 2013) - Five years ago the journey started. After many left turns, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) driver, Ryan Lynch of New Boston, Texas, will compete at his home track in the WinStar World Casino 350K at Texas Motor Speedway on November 1. Lynch will drive the No. 39 BlankHood.com/East Texas Food Bank Chevy in his first start on the 1.5-mile at Texas Motor Speedway (TMS).

Lynch is familiar with the racing atmosphere at Texas. His path to NASCAR began at Texas Motor Speedway. He began racing Legend cars there in 2009 and quickly gained experience on the 1/5 mile Lil' Texas Motor Speedway and the 1/4 mile oval on the front stretch of the track. It has been his goal to return to TMS and race on the main track.

Kentucky Speedway Race Recap

SPARTA, KY (June 28, 2013) - The #39 BlankHood.com Chevrolet piloted by Ryan Lynch took the green flag at the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 225 from Kentucky Speedway as the sun set on June 27th. The race, filled with new faces and some big names, notably the ones of Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch, was action packed and fast paced, with Ty Dillon eventually out-pacing both NASCAR Cup series regulars to grab the win. Ryan started from the 30th position and steadily worked his way up to the 24th spot by the end of the race. "Kentucky is definitely a unique track. It's very bumpy and very fast! It took some getting used to, going into the corners and just rolling partially out of the throttle before the air would catch the truck and help it turn. Here, more than the previous places I have run, I felt the sensation of speed. It was a huge learning experience for me - the guys that are NASCAR regulars are very comfortable moving all around the track and letting the air work around the truck, and I got to see it first-hand. At speedways like Kentucky, knowing how the air affects the truck is half the battle, and every time I hit the track, I learn a little bit more about that," said Ryan.

"I have to thank RSS Racing and Rod Sieg for giving me a really solid truck to learn with. Tony (crew chief) and the crew did a great job getting the truck good to go for the race and comfortable for me, and Richard (spotter) did a tremendous job of keeping me out of trouble. Also, thanks to our BlankHood.com partners who help us out. 24th is the best NASCAR finish so far, and with teams like this, I'll just keep getting better."