“I don’t know how we did it, but after coming close so many times, having good runs that just haven’t gone our way, to finally win, everyone, all the people that supported me… it feels good to finally win.”
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“I don’t even know what to say,” DiBendetto said. “I’m so sad we didn’t win, but proud, proud of the effort. I got tight there from the damage from trying to get by (Ryan) Newman and that immediately flipped a switch and got tight.”
Tyler Reddick had about everything go wrong for him on Saturday at Bristol Motor Speedway, yet he still ended up in victory lane.
Moffitt led the field to the final green, and while the rest of the field fought for second, the defending champion pulled away towards victory lane.
NBC, Earnhardt, Jr., and Earnhardt, Jr.’s representatives agreed that it would be best for him to be with his family instead of part of this weekend’s broadcast.
“We just stayed mistake free and Martin (Truex Jr.) was a little quicker I felt like those last few runs,” Elliott said. “The track position was key and I didn’t mess up into Turn 1 this time, so that was good.”
“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.”
Earlier in March, the 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule was announced, with Pocono Raceway featuring a doubleheader weekend, the first of it’s kind in the top levels of NASCAR in the modern era.
“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.”
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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.”
“You just had to hold them off. Being out front was important tonight.”
“It is just huge for our team to get this second win and inching toward being the team to beat.”
“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).”
A first time winner in the brand new racing package emerged at Auto Club Speedway on Tuesday night.