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Jennifer Jo hits the desert and experiences love at first sight with the new racing surface.
Jennifer Jo Cobb loses a tire and makes hard contact with the wall bringing out a late caution during the Smith's 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- 2nd Chance Motorsports and Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing announced Wednesday its plans for Jennifer Jo Cobb to drive the No. 79 2nd Chance Motorsports Ford in the first five Nationwide Series races of the 2011 season. 2nd Chance Motorsports is owned by Rick and Pam Russell and together they own and operate 2nd Chance Race Parts in Mooresville, N.C. 2nd Chance Motorsports began racing in 2010 at the fall Dover race, making the field on time and running in the top 20 until the first caution. The team also raced at Kansas, Gateway, Texas and Phoenix -- qualifying for all of the races on time. In 2011, the team will continue under the Ford banner with the horsepower of Roush Yates engines under the hood. Cobb is a full-time Camping World Truck Series driver with five Nationwide Series starts. Cobb is currently the highest-finishing female competitor of any season in the history of NASCAR's three national touring series and was recently dubbed "NASCAR's Fastest Woman" in a feature on "Extreme Living" on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360. Cobb finished the 2010 Truck season 17th in points and is slated to return to the series in her No. 10 Ford, pulling double duty at Daytona by competing in both the Truck and Nationwide race. "This is an incredible opportunity for our team as we can expand into the Nationwide Series without detracting from our efforts in the Camping World Truck Series," Cobb said. "I am grateful for the commitment from 2nd Chance and that we can bring our two small teams together to shoot for better results against the myriad of multi-million dollar teams we are competing against." Cobb's truck crew chief, Steve Kuykendall, will also crew chief for 2nd Chance Motorsports and both teams will provide additional crew members for the efforts at Daytona, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Bristol and Fontana. The teams hope to continue their efforts beyond the first five races on the Nationwide schedule pending further sponsorship.
JJC walks the track and discovers some cracks, plus she takes her team bowling.
When times get tough, JJC's wonderful fans have her back as she learned this week in Texas.
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