Ryan Michael Luza took home the checkers once again, holding off Keegan Leahy and Corey Vincent at Texas Motor Speedway.
A first time winner in the brand new racing package emerged at Auto Club Speedway on Tuesday night.
Simple enough, a win pretty much guarantees a seat at the table, but who else will join the three that have made it so far?
“I didn’t have huge hopes coming into this race, I felt like we were a little bit off in testing, but I guess I was just being crazy because the car was amazing.”
This weekend, at Las Vegas, will make the picture clearer, but even after that, it’s still going to be too early to tell.
“This one is for J.D. We are desperately going to miss him the rest of our lives. His legacy still lives on through Joe Gibbs Racing and proud to do this for them.”
“I wish Kelley (Earnhardt-Miller) was here because I remember her telling me the answer to this a couple of days ago, and I can’t remember what she said.”
“My first words were ‘Eight years,’ my eighth year in the series. My guys have stuck with me through the hard times, when everybody has counted us out and wondered why I get to drive this car.”
“Austin had too big of a lead at that point, and I was like, perfect, we’re going to end up 1-2 right here. Honestly, he (Hill) threw some major blocks that had to get Crafton checked up, and if I would have gone in, I would have wrecked us.”
“You have the whole race to think about making a move and we were all out there just waiting,” Logano said. “Everyone behind me really wanted to go and I just knew that I had to wait.”
It seems like there is a shift taking place, where in recent years, it’s been an absolute necessity to bring sponsorship and cash to an organization to have a car to drive.
With 12 laps to go, Logano drove around the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota like it was stopped on the track, and never looked back.
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“I didn’t know if I was going to have the opportunity to compete for a championship even after we got our first win. Everyone pulled together hard here.”
Chase Elliott, Justin Allgaier, and Grant Enfinger all had what could be considered “career-best” efforts in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series, and Camping World Truck Series, respectively.
The upcoming off-season has the potential to be the silliest in quite a while.