Solid Day for Toyota Drivers at Dover

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Old 06 Oct 2019, 07:25 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Solid Day for Toyota Drivers at Dover

We got the lead there at the end of stage two. Got that stage win. On the pit stop, we had the issue and lost track position and then the whole third stage we were behind, Truex said. We were catching him at the end we got close but just unfortunate. We win and lose as a team. The guys will clean it up; Im sure. Its cool to come home second after that with how hard it was to pass. Teammate Denny Hamlin led 218 laps en-route to a fifth-place finish but had to battle lapped traffic. I thought the 22 (Joey Logano) was trying to stay on the lead lap, but they said he was 24 laps down and so he was kind of air blocking us and we lost the lead, and we lost that stage, Hamlin described. Then after that we lost control of the race and the track got tighter. There was no cautions to pick up the rubber. We just got tight. Once we lost control lost the clean air it was so difficult to pass. I needed to be up front with as tight as my car was, so I just lost the lead and backpedaled from there. Top-five, this track, Ill take it every week. Denny Hamlin Kyle Busch and Matt DiBenedetto finished sixth and seventh respectively, while Erik Jones crossed the line in 15th at the Monster Mile. The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Talladega Superspeedway next Sunday.

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