NASCAR Sprint Cup driver David Reutimann will be back in the Tommy Baldwin Racing #10 this weekend at Michigan Speedway.
After finishing 21st in last week’s race at Pocono with Finch Racings #51, Reutimann is ready to carry over another solid finish this weekend at a track where he qualified 2nd last year . His average start at Michigan is 16.2, which is his 3rd best among Sprint Cup tracks, next to Loudon & Richmond. His average finish is 20.2 after 10 career starts.
David Reutimann has had a difficult year floating around with 3 different cup teams this season after spending the last few seasons as the driver of the Aaron’s Dream Machine for MWR Racing. He is in hopes to land a full-time ride for the up and coming Sprint Cup season. He sits 32nd in drivers points even after failing to qualify for Charlotte on Memorial Day weekend with a third BK Racing team.
David Reutimann’s Tommy Baldwin Racing #10 Chevy is still looking for sponsors this season to cover the white hood on their race car and no sponsor has been announced for this weekend’s race.
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