“I didn’t know if he was gonna shove me back again into Turn 1,” Cindric said. “So, I adjusted my brake bias getting ready for it and trying to be as prepared as possible, because I knew if we were able to get to the bus stop, which was my car’s strength all day and my strength all weekend, if I was able to get to there, we were gonna be home sailing.”
“If it was going to be not enough, it was going to be not enough, so proud of the whole team for putting me on a great strategy there, pit stops, everything.”
“I don’t get frustrated,” Harvick said. “I just want to win.”
Chastain collected his third win of the 2019 NGOTS campaign, and now has two wins that count toward qualifying for the 2019 Playoffs after declaring for points in the middle of the season.
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“I knew that he was gonna take a shot. I would have taken a shot. I stood on the brakes and just tried to keep it straight.”
Bell led 186 laps on the day, including 153 laps straight, which enveloped the entirety of the final stage.
“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.
To me, these are three things that, if they aren’t getting coverage, should be on everyone’s minds as we head into Chicagoland Speedway this weekend.
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“Boy, oh boy, we delivered, and that’s a huge relief, and I’m just stoked.”
After going winless at “The Tricky Triangle” in his first 25 attempts, Busch now has three wins in the last four races in the Pocono mountains.
“It was a fun end of the race. I wish I didn’t have to do it like that, but it probably made it exciting.”