Rouse Enters 44th Winchester 400CRA_admin
Huntersville, N.C. (October 6, 2015) – Cole Rouse enters the 44th Winchester 400 excited about his future. The Fort Smith, Arkansas native has stepped it up in 2015. He travels to the historic Winchester Speedway (Ind.) coming off the best few weeks of his career. His first Winchester 400 will be met with high expectations, and Rouse is excited and ready.
Rouse was scheduled to run the All-American 400 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville located in Nashville, Tenn., but weather canceled the event. The last time the Arkansas native was on track he finished fourth at Five Flags Speedway located in Pensacola, Fla. The 18-year-old driver looks to build on that impressive performance this coming weekend.
Winchester Speedway (Ind.), is a very fast (0.500) 1/2-mile race track with some of the richest history in racing. For years, the speedway has played host to marquee racing events. The Winchester 400, for example, is being run for the 44th time this Sunday, October 11, 2015. You can watch the race live on Speed51.com’s 51TV. A Pay-Per-View broadcast will be available to fans across the world.
“I’m ready to get back on track,” Rouse said. “Mother Nature hasn’t been nice to us lately, and I know my entire team is more than ready to get back racing. I believe we will have a strong car for the Winchester 400.”
Rouse has many events left on his 2015 schedule. Stay tuned for more information regarding not only his remaining schedule but his future plans.
Rouse’s No. 20 Pro and Super Late Models are sponsored by Rouse Custom Homes, McGunegill Engine Performance, and Kevin Crider Motorsports. For more information about Rouse, please visit his new and improved website, “like” him onFacebook, and “follow” him on Twitter.