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By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @Tobalical
Relaxed, and confident David Stremme strolls into his team’s hauler every Sunday morning before the race with little to no fan fare. But just because the area around his hauler is free of noise from screaming race fans, it doesn’t mean the driver of the No. 30 Swan Racing Toyota does’t have much to say. In fact when we caught up with him at Texas Motor Speedway, Stremme was no-holds-barred about every topic, including how his team’s season is going thus far.
“To be honest poor, we’ve had some set backs,” said Stremme, “We run really good at Bristol, Vegas it was okay — it wasn’t very — we were behind. (Martinsville) we were getting better, we didn’t get the result we wanted (because) we had a starter break. That kind of hurt us, but I think we’re on the uprising. Things were going pretty good, but I feel like we could be performing better. So we made some changes, and hopefully ev