Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 10/20/14

BRISTOL, TN - AUGUST 22: David Stremme, driver of the #12 Penske Racing Dodge, stands on the grid prior to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Sharpie 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway on August 22, 2009 in Bristol, Tennessee. (Photo by Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR)
The NASCAR season is back upon us and it is time to get you caught up with everything that happened in the offseason. Start ‘N’ Park Blog will be going through their list of drivers running the full schedule in 2013 and telling you what you can expect from those drivers in the new year. Today’s entry is the driver of the #30 Swan Energy Toyota, David Stremme. Driver: David Stremme #30 Sponsor(s): Swan Energy Make: Toyota Team: Swan Racing Crew Chief: Tony Eurgy, Jr. 2012 Finish: 36th What’s new for 2013: Brandon Davis bought up Inception Racing and rebranded it Swan Racing. He even put his company, Swan Energy on the car, and made a splash hiring Tony Eury, Jr. to be crew chief and Steve Hmiel be the director of competition. For Daytona Michael Waltrip will run this car before turning it over to Stremme to run the rest of the year. Mike’s Rank: 34th Mike’s Take: The new owner made the right moves, just starting with Waltrip in his place puts Stremme in a hole. Until we see them running full races consistently, I won’t believe them. Jason’s Rank: 32nd Brandon’s Rank:  33rd Brittany’s Rank: 30th Brittany’s Take: New team is doing good in the off-season, be interesting to see if it translates on track.

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