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“The setup was on rails, all night. We struggled a little bit in the first run, but we got it fixed up after pit stops.”
With his victory at Chicagoland, Leahy takes over as the regular season points leader, by two points over Luza.
“Boy, oh boy, we delivered, and that’s a huge relief, and I’m just stoked.”
“I was able to hold my position and then just, like, blow by people after a few laps when everyone else seemed to get tight.”
“We worked our way to the front, and man, it was just a rocket ship.”
“I was on the verge of pretty much blowing the engine up, that’s how much I was pushing, pushing water and everything.”
“I knew if I was going to get by Keegan, I had to do it very, very quickly, because there is no guarantee with those cautions like we saw, and just to try and get a gap for all the guys that took four (tires).”
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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.
“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.”