Stafford Springs, CT — With the 2011 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season looming on the horizon, drivers are busy preparing their cars for competition while looking forward to the excitement of a new season. Such is the case for Stafford SK Light Modified driver Earl Pelletier and the #27 Earl Pelletier Concrete Services team. Pelletier has partnered with Steve Greer to share notes and most importantly, to receive some extra support in his pursuit of CARQUEST Victory Lane.
“I did some concrete work at Steve’s house and we got to talking about racing and we decided to be teammates for this season,” said Pelletier. “We’re going to have better resources this season, which will definitely be a big help,” said Pelletier. “We’re trying some different things on the car that we couldn’t afford to try in the past. We just got the car back from the chassis shop and R.A.D. Automachine has refreshed the engine, so we’re looking forward to the new season.”
After scoring three wins in 2008 and 2009, Pelletier went winless during the 2010 season. Pelletier was able to record 8 top-5 and 14 top-10 finishes with a best result of third, but several key factors kept him out of victory lane. Pelletier is looking to turn his fortunes around and get himself back into victory lane this year.
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