The 2003 Silverado 350s

Relive a new historic NASCAR race this week with an event from the 2003 Truck season, the Silverado 350s contested in Texas.

After Dennis Setzer’s victory at South Boston Speedway in the twenty-first of twenty-five races of the season, Brendan Gaughan takes the lead in the Truck Championship with twenty points ahead of his closest rival, Brendan Gaughan. Third at fifty-eight points, Ted Musgrave, is not excluded from the fight for the championship, as the winner of South Boston, Dennis Setzer, fourth at 74 lengths.

At Texas Motor Speedway, Andy Houston took pole position for the Silverado 350 at an average of 181.531 mph. He shares the first row of the starting grid with David Starr. At the wheel of the No. 72 Chevrolet Silverado truck, Randy MacDonald is the only native Canadian driver at the start.

Thirty-eight pilots are registered. Shane Wallace and Loni Richardson fail to qualify, respectively with the No.04 Ford and the No.0 Chevrolet. However, Shane Wallace will be at the start of the race, but in truck # 86 at the expense of Jamie Aube.

The 2003 Silverado 350s

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