Bowling Green, Kentucky’s Brian Rose, driver of the Robo Enterprises #72 Monte Carlo, left Saturday night’s 50 lap NASCAR Weekly Racing Series race at Nashville Speedway USA after a lap 44 collision had him trapped against the wall.

After starting the race in 21st position, Rose climbed his way to the 16th position before spinning out in turn two of lap 33 sending him to the back of the pack. Rose returned to the race without losing a lap or visiting pit row.

Rose used the next 11 laps to climb up to 14th, but a two-car crash directly in front of him blocked the track, forcing him to skid into the pile- up. With significant damage to the Robo Enterprises Monte Carlo, Rose was able to make it to pit row without any assistance, but was unable to return to the race. Rose finished in 27th place.

“I couldn’t believe how well the car was running,” Rose said. “Even after my spin in lap 33, I was able to quickly work my way up through the pack.”

“We’re getting all of our bad luck out of the way early in the season,” Rose added. “We’re due for a strong finish this week. I expect to be near the top when the checkered flag falls next time.”

In his second year of racing in the Late Model Stock Car Division of NASCAR, Rose is quickly developing a reputation as a driver who will soon be a consistent presence in the winner’s circle. Rose’s next race is this Saturday at Nashville Speedway USA.

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Racing Rose, Inc. based in Bowling Green, Kentucky was formed in 1999. The team has over 100 years of combined experience in the racing industry. In 1999, the Robo Enterprise #72 Monte Carlo ran in the top 10 in several competitions and started within the top five at the TNN Late-Model 200.

Sponsored by Robo Enterprises, a developer of natural gas and crude oil properties in the United States, Rose plans to gain regional and national point standings through top speedways in Nashville, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina, before moving into the NASCAR Craftsmen Truck Series. For sponsorship or fan club information about Racing Rose, Inc., call Sarah Ramsey at (270) 843-6600 or visit the website at