Germán Quiroga returned to Texas Motor Speedway looking to once again make history in his No. 77 NET10 Wireless/OtterBox Toyota Tundra. Quiroga qualified for the WinStar World 350 in the 20th position and was eager to gain on the competition during the 147-lap event.
Quiroga immediately found speed making his way into the 12th spot on the lap 28 restart. It was at lap 45 when the driver made his way inside the top-10. Quiroga maintained position inside the top-10 moving all the way into the eighth position. During the lap 99 caution period, the NET10 Wireless/OtterBox team visited pit road for service and was served a penalty for having equipment out of the pit stall. The three-time Mexico Series champion started at the tail end of the longest line in the 21st position on the lap 106 restart and drove his way up to secure a 14th-place finish at race's end.
Germán Quiroga talks about his race at Texas Motor Speedway:
"We had a great NET10 Wireless/OtterBox Toyota Tundra tonight. We fought a tight truck mostly in turns three and four and thought we were overheating at one point. Unfortunately, the penalty on pit road hurt our track position and we didn't get it all back. We'll go onto Phoenix and hope for more."