Chris Fontaine

Chris qualified 6th today at Talladega Superspeedway. This is Chris’s first time on this track.

Chris Fontaine’s new NCWTS Toyota Tundra #84 was the fastest truck on the track at one time and seventh quickest during most of this morning’s practice session at Talladega Superspeedway.

Fontaine’s Glenden Enterprises #84 NCWTS truck is also sporting a new paint scheme this weekend. The truck is bright blue, bright red, and has a bright yellow hood replacing the familiar flames.
Lakeland Florida’s Chris Fontaine will be driving the Glenden Enterprises #84 NCWTS Toyota Tundra at Talledega Superspeedway in this Saturday’s Mountain Dew 250 Fueled by Fred’s at 4:00 PM ET on SPEED TV.

Good Luck to Chris and the team!!!


thats awesome news!!! Please tell Chris I will be hoping for the best. Mostly that he will be safe and have fun…then for a win! thanks for the news.
Luv ya Chris! Good luck!
carolwicks aka OZ

Truck lineup @ Tally…

Note that Chris is following Aric and leading just in front of Ricky. Three locals in a row. I dont know Austin Dillon. where is he from? His name is very familiar…

Mountain Dew 250 fueled by Fred’s | Talladega Superspeedway
October 30, 2010 | Race 22 of 25
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1 33 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet E-Z-Go 2Five Street Legal Vehicle 181.230 52.839 Leader
2 23 Jason White Toyota / Pursuit Channel 180.911 52.932 -0.093
3 3 Austin Dillon* Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Remington Arms / Tracker 180.877 52.942 -0.103
4 2 Ken Schrader Chevrolet Moore’s Marinade 180.860 52.947 -0.108
5 51 Aric Almirola Toyota Red Top Collector Car Auction 180.325 53.104 -0.265
6 84 Chris Fontaine Toyota Glenden Enterprises 180.159 53.153 -0.314
7 4 Ricky Carmichael Chevrolet Monster Energy 179.790 53.262 -0.423
8 13 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet / Curb Records 179.501 53.348 -0.509
9 31 James Buescher Chevrolet Wolfpack Rentals 179.484 53.353 -0.514
10 30 Todd Bodine Toyota Valvolline 179.222 53.431 -0.592
11 88 Matt Crafton Chevrolet Australian Gold / Menards 179.208 53.435 -0.596
12 95 Grant Enfinger Ford / Roush Yates 179.074 53.475 -0.636
13 181 David Starr Toyota Zachry 178.834 53.547 -0.708
14 60 Narain Karthikeyan Chevrolet SafeAuto Ins.
Co. / 178.827 53.549 -0.710
15 17 Timothy Peters Toyota Wiss Metal Cutting Tools 178.783 53.562 -0.723
16 5 Mike Skinner Toyota Exide Batteries 178.430 53.668 -0.829
17 7 Justin Lofton* Toyota 178.288 53.711 -0.872
18 18 Kyle Busch Toyota Traxxas / Toyota Tundra 178.221 53.731 -0.892
19 46 Craig Goess Toyota Greenville Toyota 177.465 53.960 -1.121
20 9 Max Papis Toyota GEICO 177.235 54.030 -1.191
21 10 Jennifer Jo Cobb* Ford / 177.176 54.048 -1.209
22 12 Mario Gosselin Chevrolet Accell Constr
uction / / James Carter Attorney 177.169 54.050 -1.211
23 47 Donnie Neuenberger Chevrolet Plan B Technologies 177.114 54.067 -1.228
24 6 Jeffrey Earnhardt Chevrolet Firestop / FW1 / Fuel Doctor 176.950 54.117 -1.278
25 07 Tony Jackson Jr. Chevrolet ASI Limited 176.927 54.124 -1.285
26 39 Ryan Sieg Chevrolet S&W Towing 175.610 54.530 -1.691
27 93 Mike Garvey Chevrolet S&W Towing 175.048 54.705 -1.866
28 153 Justin Hobgood Chevrolet Alabama Cattlemen’s Association 174.515 54.872 -2.033
29 57 Norm Benning Chevrolet Norm Benning Racing 173.885 55.071 -2.232
30 89 Mike Harmon Chevrolet Blue Ox / Lafferty Performance 173.463 55.205 -2.366
31 85 Brent Raymer Ford Blast-It-All / Ford. Drive one. 173.080 55.327 -2.488
32 28 Andy Lally Chevrolet FDNY Racing 172.621 55.474 -2.635
33 172 John Jackson Chevrolet James Carter
Attorney / 172.494 55.515 -2.676
34 48 Bryan Silas Chevrolet ProGold 171.214 55.930 -3.091
35 00 Dominick Casola Chevrolet Koma Unwind Chillaxation Drink 169.220 56.589 -3.750
36 124 Jerick Johnson Chevrolet Lafferty Performance 165.166 57.978 -5.139

[QUOTE=carolwicks;53859]I dont know Austin Dillon. where is he from? His name is very familiar…
carol [/QUOTE]

[SIZE=“4”]20-year old Austin Dillon is Mike Dillon?s son which of course
makes him Richard Childress?s grandson.

Austin won ROY in 2008 in what is now known
as NASCAR?s K & N Series.

This is his first full year in the NCWTS, has racked-up
two wins, 5-poles and is in contention for Raybestos ROY.

His younger brother, Ty Dillon, is making his mark now
in Dirt Late Models as well as ARCA.

Ty is competing in Dirt Late Models this weekend at
Talladega?s dirt track.


thanks for the brief… no small wonder his name sounds familiar. :wink: where are you going racing tonight? would love to see you and your son again.

John Jackson in the race used to compete at Desoto.

Great run by Chris. Would have loved to see the upset win!


someone came to me last night and said Chris had a wreck or car trouble at the end of the race. please explain what happened. sketchy info. :wink: thanks

He ran out out fuel in the tri-oval coming to the green white checker finish. He coasted to the end of pitroad and sat just in front of the last pitstall at pit exit while the race finished under green. I believe he was 3rd at the point his fuel ran out. He led quite a few laps against some serious Nascar veterans. I don’t ever recall him running so good. They had a good truck at Talladega.


well maybe next time. sorry to hear that. thanks for the answer.
carol aka oz

If nothing else, he got more exposure in that one race than in his whole life combined and led against Nascar’s best in a home based effort. The result wasn’t what he had hoped, but it was a good day.

chris fontaine looked like a super star

take kyle bush on his best day that was how fontaine was driving wish he had not ran out of gas he was running third with just few laps to go

man i bet he was mad he done great job

I hope what you just tried to convey wasn’t what I think. Are you telling me that you think Fontaine could take Kyle Busch on Kyle’s best day? If you meant something else, my apologies. If it is what you meant, may I inquire what type
of mineral spirits you are huffing?

cris and kevin

cris did his best,thats all any one can ask for . kevin ,you did a good job on setups. dave [pop] o’steen

Chris had a great day. He stayed out of trouble and ran the bottom pretty much the whole race. Kyle Busch is the one that pushed Chris into the lead.

Running out of fuel with a few laps to go must have been a real kick in the nads and the wallet.

Overall GREAT job Chris.