Chase Elliott did something on Tuesday night that no driver has been able to do since the middle of the 2018 season… beat Kyle Busch in a NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series race.
“The only choice for us was to stay out,” Hamlin said. “We were really the best car on that long run anyway. I think the right car won.”
Josh Harbin, Slade Gravitt take New Hampshire victories; Maxwell Castro, Justin Brooks claim Segment 1 titles
The books will show Maxwell Castro (Ganassi Gaming) and Justin Brooks (JTG Daugherty Throttlers) as the segment victors. Both drivers will advance to the championship round later in the season.
“I thought (Luza) was saving tires there, behind me, but I was able to pull away there at the end,” Keister said. “We were really close for a while, but I was able to drive away with about 30 to go, and just kept on going.”
Denny Hamlin bookended his virtual season on Saturday afternoon, taking the first official NASCAR Racing Series checkered flag at North Wilkesboro Speedway since the track was shuttered in 1996.
Justin Brooks (XBOX) and Kyle Arnold (PLAYSTATION) collected victories at the virtual Dover on Wednesday evening.
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William Byron made it three wins out of the last four races in the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series with his win on Sunday afternoon.
Maxwell Castro and Daniel Buttafuoco were victorious at Watkins Glen on Wednesday night.
“Garrett (Lowe) gave me a run for my money,” Ottinger said. “We both weren’t lifting in that situation, and whoever got out front was probably going to win that race.”
“I’m legitimately confused how this happened,” Alex Bowman tweeted minutes after crossing the virtual Talladega Superspeedway finish line to capture victory in the GEICO 70 on Sunday afternoon.
Justin Brooks and Nick Jobes were victorious in eNHPL Round #1 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
“I didn’t really know how that was going to work out, but luckily, we were able to have a little bit of buffer to the guys with four tires, and then the late restart, just executed that well.”
“This is a night I will always remember… I love my community, man. I literally just sat here and cried for two hours. You couldn’t wipe the smile or the tears off of my face.”
“It means a lot, because there was a lot of big names in this event” Malik said. “To say that I was able to come up on top, even with all the yellows, it still means a lot.”
“I was going to be happy with a Top 20 and just not getting wrecked, and I made the right call,” Luza said. “Took two tires early, got up to around 20th, and then we had four tires for the really, really long run. I was just in the right spot at the right time.”