"We've got another great partner to highlight this weekend, MAX by Maxwell House coffee," Chris Buescher, driver of the #37 MAX Chevy, said. "A lot of us in the garage are no strangers to the early mornings we have at the racetrack every weekend, and a cup of MAX by Maxwell House is the perfect way to get our day started. If the high banks of Dover (International Speedway) aren't enough to wake us up for practice and race day, MAX by Maxwell House definitely will and it will keep us fueled all day to perform our best as we try to get all we can out of our #37 Chevrolet."
"The landing from Turns 1 and 3 is better than any roller coaster that I've ever been on," Buescher said. "When you come through the corners, you've got this feeling of just dropping out of the racetrack, and then once you land back in, it is very abrupt. There are some bumps getting into Turn 3 that make it really rough. It's a feeling unlike any other. It's pretty wild. It's one of the reasons that track is so much fun to race is those transitions there."
"In support of Autism Awareness, we have some of the JTG Daugherty Racing family member's names who are affected by autism within our race shop on the #37 MAX by Maxwell House Chevrolet," Buescher said. "Dover does some really special things in support of Autism Awareness throughout the weekend, and we're fortunate that we can show support to some of the men and women who work in our shop and their families. We have several names on the passenger side door of our car, and I'm fortunate to be able to just show a token of my support. We'll go out there and put on a good show and try and get a good finish and show our support for everyone that is affected by autism.
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