NASCAR Craftsman Series drivers Rick Crawford, Terry Cook, Todd Kluever, Ricky Craven and Brad Keselowski are scheduled to test for Ford next Monday, Jan. 31, at Atlanta Motor Speedway to prepare for the March 18 World Financial Group 200.

Roush Racing drivers Kluever and Craven will continue testing on Feb. 1 as they prepare for their first Craftsman Truck Series race at Atlanta.

The World Financial Group 200 will be the first of two Craftsman Truck races at Atlanta in 2005. The Craftsman Truck series was a phenomenal hit with fans when it debuted at Atlanta last spring.

Eventual Craftsman Truck series champion Bobby Hamilton tangled with Mike Skinner coming off the final corner of the final lap, sending Skinner skidding across the infield grass. The dramatic finish left the fans breathless and on their feet, cheering for both drivers during the post-race cool down.

It also left Ford Racing scratching its head, as the top finish from a Ford truck was seventh (Carl Edwards). Looking further down the finishing order, the next Ford truck is all the way down in 18th position.

The test will be closed to the public but open to the media.