Chase Briscoe took the checkered flag 14th in Saturday afternoon’s race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Briscoe and the No. 60 Ford Performance team persevered, bouncing back after a spin in stage two threatened their efforts.
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BRAD KESELOWSKI, No. 22 Fleetwood RV/REV Group Ford Mustang – Finished 3rd “I think the guys did a good job tonight. We had really good execution tonight to bring home the REV Ford Mustang third. It is a little improvement for us here."
RYAN BLANEY – No. 22 Discount Tire Ford Mustang – “It’s my fault, obviously. You saw it. I screwed up. This team doesn’t deserve that. I dropped the ball for them today and I take full responsibility. It’s all my fault.”
Dakoda will be making his fourth career NASCAR XFINITY Series start at Kansas Speedway to go along with two prior starts in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Armstrong has a best XFINITY Series finish of 19th at the Kansas track which occurred in the 2013 season.
“I had a great time at Darlington last year, and we’re looking forward to going back,” Chastain said. “It’s a tough old track, but if you have a good car and you pay attention, you can get around there pretty quick. We’re looking for a strong run in the special No. 4 Chevy this week.”
Eric McClure faced an uphill battle in Saturday's Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It started when the team discovered a broken right-front hub following time trials Saturday afternoon that made them forfeit their 28th starting spot and ended with a power steering pump failure during the 100-lap race that relegated the team to a 36th-place finish. Despite the finish, McClure was able to maintain the 19th position in NASCAR Driver Standings.
Florida native, Fain Skinner will pilot Rick Ware Racing's #41 Carport Empire Ford Mustang on Saturday night for the running of the Kroger 200 at the Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis.
Championship Week is over, the trophies have all been collected and 2010 has taken its final curtain call. Instead of looking back to the year that was, I’m looking ahead to the limitless possibilities of next season.
Trevor Bayne makes his fourth NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) start at Watkins Glen International on Saturday afternoon. In three previous starts at the 2.450-mile road course, Bayne has recorded two top-10 finishes.