Dennis Setzer will join an exclusive club of four drivers who have started 200 or more races in the Craftsman Truck Series when he takes the green flag today.

"I've been fortunate in my career to reach many different milestones," Setzer said. "We've been able to win a lot of races over the years and be competitive. That is what is important to me, just to be competitive at this level of racing."

Setzer, a three-time series runner-up, nearly won his first Truck Series start, finishing second to Mike Skinner on July 1, 1995, at the Milwaukee Mile.

Still hoping to return to the Busch Series, Setzer competed sporadically with a number of teams before becoming a full-time Truck Series driver in 1998.

Rookie driver Ryan Moore, who made his debut in the Truck Series at Mansfield Motorsports Speedway last week, has been tapped to replace Chad Chaffin in the No. 40 truck for today's AAA Insurance 200 at Dover.

"Ryan accepted our offer to drive for us at Mansfield and Dover, and he will make a decision after the Dover race next week whether he intends to remain with us for additional races after that or move elsewhere," said team owner Curtis W. Key Sr.

David Reutimann posted the fastest time during the final practice session for today's AAA Insurance 200 Craftsman Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway on a sizzling Thursday afternoon.

Reutimann circled Dover's high-banked, one-mile oval at an average speed of 150.823 mph in a Toyota. He was followed on the speed charts by Nextel Cup Series regular Kyle Busch (150.811), Terry Cook (150.647), Mike Bliss (150.194) and Rick Crawford (149.800).

"Things hadn't been going well for us at all," Reutimann said. "We had an awful season up until that point. I felt like Dover was going to be a make- or-break race for me. We had to turn things around. There was a ton of pressure on me."

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