Germán Quiroga Finishes 15th at New Hampshire

The No. 77 NET10 Wireless Toyota Tundra team finished 15th in the UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team arrived to the Loudon, New Hampshire race track to compete for the first time since 2011. Germán Quiroga and the No. 77 team worked to find speed during the three practice sessions on Friday, Sept. 19, making adjustments before Saturday morning's qualifying, where they earned a 14th-place starting position for the race. Once the green flag dropped, Quiroga raced hard to remain in the top 15, reporting to crew chief Butch Hylton that his blue and white machine was too loose on entry. The team worked to improve the balance on the Tundra, making wedge adjustments during green-flag pit stops, but Quiroga continued to struggle throughout the day. When the checkered flag was displayed, Quiroga was marked in the 14th-spot.

 

Start - 14

Finish - 15

Driver Points Position - 5

Laps Led - 0

 

Germán Quiroga Quote:

"It wasn't the weekend we wanted at New Hampshire (Motor Speedway) but I'm proud of my team. They worked hard all weekend to improve our handling and never gave up. We're still focused on the big picture and I'm looking forward to heading to Las Vegas (Motor Speedway) this week."

 

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