Ron Hornaday's Streak Across Truck Series Is Catching Everyone's Eye

Horn FanSenior Writer IJuly 23, 2009

Kevin Harvick Inc.'s Ron Hornaday Jr. been on a roll; not only is he the points leader, but he's also poised to etch his name in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series record books with a first.

All he has to do is end up in victory lane in the AAA Insurance 200 at O'Reilly Raceway Park to achieve it.

Horn's won his third consecutive race at Kentucky, it's the second time in his storied career he's achieved the "triple" and he's done it 12 years apart.

Only five drivers have done it, both Horn and Skinner have done it twice, but no ones won four races in a row.

That could change Friday night, should Horn end up in victory lane as he'll become the first driver in the series to win four in a row.

Horn, who has 43 career wins, has a decent shot of achieving the record at ORP, as he's won at the track twice, and he's the short-track king in trucks.

Another advantage for him to achieve it, is the quality equipment he gets from KHI and his stellar pit crew led by Rick Ren that are one of the best on pit road.

At ORP, he'll be racing in chassis No. 33, which is a brand-new chassis and it's only laps on track comes from a Goodyear tire test at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Being a fan of Hornaday's the past month has been awesome, watching him dominate to win, and then earn a hard-fought win.

It'll be awesome to see him become the first to win four in a row in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Photo credit: kevinharvickinc.com

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