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For Matt DiBenedetto and Motorcraft/Quick Lane team, Dover International Speedway lived up to its Monster Mile nickname in Sunday’s Drydene 400.

DiBenedetto’s No. 21 Mustang had handling issues from start to finish, leaving him with a 24th-place finish, five laps behind the leaders.

DiBenedetto lined up 18th for the start of the 400-lap grind on the one-mile concrete oval. He was able to move up in the initial laps, gaining three spots in the first five laps. He was running 20th when the Competition Caution flag flew after 36 laps. But from that point on, he ran mostly outside the top 20 for the remainder of the race.

DiBenedetto said his team tried some different things set-up wise after failing to meet their expectations at Dover last year.
 
“We tried to throw some things at our Motorcraft/Quick Lane Mustang going into this weekend, and unfortunately it didn’t work out,” DiBenedetto said, adding that he pushed the ill-handling car as hard as he could without taking undue risks. “We just had to be smart.”
 
Eddie Wood said he and the entire team are disappointed but will move on.
 
“We had string of good finishes going, but we’ve stumbled the past two weeks,” he said. “We are a better team than this, and we’ll turn it around.”
 
Despite the recent struggles, DiBenedetto remains 17th in the Cup Series standings, nine points behind 16th place Michael McDowell.
 
Next up for DiBenedetto and the Wood Brothers team is the first-ever NASCAR race on Circuit of the Americas, a road course in Austin, Texas. The weekend opens for the Cup Series with practice next Saturday morning. Qualifying is set for Sunday morning, followed by the 68-lap EchoPark Texas Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon.

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After earning stage points in the first stage of racing, Chris Buescher and the No. 17 Fastenal team finished 17th at Dover International Speedway on Sunday afternoon.

Buescher rolled off the grid in 10th and was up to ninth when the competition caution flag waved at lap 35. The team took four tires, fuel and an air pressure adjustment before getting back on track to restart fifth. The driver stayed inside of the top-10 for the majority of the stage, falling to ninth with 11 laps left in the stage. Buescher took the green-white checkered flag for stage two in ninth, earning two stage points.

At the stage break, Buescher pitted for four tires and more adjustments to free up his car. The driver restarted fifth after the choose cone and was quickly shuffled back to ninth when a caution flag waved at lap 171. The team restarted eighth, but fell down to 14th as the No. 17 machine handled tighter as the laps of the stage wound down. The Prosper, Texas native finished stage two in 15th.

The 2015 Dover Xfinity Series winner pitted at the stage break for a track bar adjustment, fuel and more fresh tires, holding track position until dropping back to 19th around lap 267. The stage’s first caution flag waved a few laps later and the team elected to stay out for track position to restart 15th.

Soon after the race went back to green, another caution flag waved for debris. Buescher came down pit road for fuel, air pressure adjustment and more tires before restarting 15th. The final caution of the day came soon after going green again at lap 325. Scored 18th, the team pitted for four fresh tires and restarted 18th. As the final 75 laps ticked by, the driver was able to pick up one more spot to take the checkered flag in 17th.

Buescher and the No. 17 team return to action next Sunday, May 23 for the inaugural Cup race at Circuit of the Americas at 2:30 p.m. EST on FS1, PRN and SiriusXM Channel 90.

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Ryan Newman fell victim to losing track position early at Dover Sunday afternoon and finished 23rd in the Guaranteed Rate Ford.

A three-time winner at the one-mile track, Newman was slated to start 13th, but dropped to the rear during pace laps after the team was assessed a penalty for unapproved adjustments. He ran 27th at the time of the competition caution, and went on to finish 20th at the end of stage one.

After his second stop of the day during the stage break, Newman rolled off 20th for the second segment, one that saw just one caution, and ran 23rd by lap 240. Three cautions flew in the final 160 laps, none of which were timely for the No. 6 team, with Newman never able to make up ground to finish 23rd.

NASCAR heads next to Circuit of the Americas (COTA) next weekend for its inaugural event at the Austin, Texas road course. Race coverage Sunday is set for 2:30 p.m. ET on FS1. Coverage can also be heard on PRN and SiriusXM Channel 90.

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Race Winner: Alex Bowman of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

Stage 2 Winner: Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

 

Stage 1 Recap (Laps 1-120):

Cole Custer started 30th and finished 22nd.

● The No. 41 HaasTooling.com Ford Mustang started out “a tick free,” according to Custer, who picked up five positions to 25th by the competition caution on lap 35. Reporting he needed help turning when he got back on the gas at corner exit, Custer pitted for four tires and a right-rear track-bar adjustment. He restarted 22nd when the race went back to green on lap 40.

● Custer reported still being too free not long after the restart, but he climbed to 21st and held there for most of the rest of the stage. He asked for help tightening up the rear of the car as he pitted for four tires, fuel and air-pressure and track-bar adjustments during the break.

 

Stage 2 Recap (Laps 121-240):

Custer started 22nd and finished 17th.

● The No. 41 HaasTooling.com Ford was handling noticeably better in the early laps of the stage, but Custer said he still could use a little help on landing the racecar in the center of the corner. He was up to 19th place and in the Lucky Dog position by lap 150, when he reported that he was “losing the front end just a little.”

● The first incident-related caution flag flew on lap 177 with Custer in the Lucky Dog position. He asked to be tightened up a bit for the short run and freed up for the longer run. He earned the free pass back onto the lead lap and pitted for four tires, fuel and slight air pressure and wedge adjustments. He restarted 18th on lap 176.

● Custer picked up a position before the end of the stage, crossing the line 17th. He said the HaasTooling.com Ford was only in need of very minor adjustments to help free it up over the long run. He pitted during the break for four tires, fuel and a track-bar adjustment.

 

Final Stage Recap (Laps 241-400):

Custer started 16th and finished 10th.

● The No. 41 HaasTooling.com Ford climbed to 15th place by the time the second incident-related caution flag flew on lap 302. Custer had dropped a pair of positions to 18th on the restart while encountering a loose condition during the opening lap of the stage. He said the condition improved over the long run and, in fact, turned into a tight condition by the time the caution flag flew. He pitted for four tires, fuel and another slight track-bar adjustment, and restarted 15th on lap 308.

● Custer found his HaasTooling.com Ford to be tight on the restart, which led him to drop a pair of positions to 17th. The caution flag flew just six laps later, and he was called to the pits for four tires and another slight track-bar adjustment. Custer restarted 18th on lap 320.

● It was another short run to the next caution flag for debris on lap 325. Custer picked up a position to 17th while reporting his racecar felt better but needed just a bit more rear grip. He pitted for four tires and slight air-pressure adjustments and restarted 17th on lap 330.

● With his HaasTooling.com Ford “feeling pretty solid” from the drop of the green flag for the day’s final restart, Custer grabbed three positions on the opening lap. He gradually made forward progress through the end of the race, reaching the top-10 and holding onto the 10th position to the checkered flag.

 

Notes:

● Custer earned his second top-10 of the season and his second top-10 in his third career NASCAR Cup Series start at Dover.

● This equaled Custer’s best finish so far this season. He also finished 10th on April 25 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.

● Custer’s 10th-place result equaled his previous best finish at Dover, earned last August.

● In his three career NASCAR Cup Series starts at Dover, Custer has never finished outside the top-11.

● Alex Bowman won the Dover 400 to score his fourth career NASCAR Cup Series victory, his second of the season and his first at Dover. His margin over second-place Kyle Larson was 2.017 seconds.

● There were seven caution periods for a total of 41 laps.

● Only 17 of the 37 drivers in the Dover 400 finished on the lead lap.

● Denny Hamlin remains the championship leader after Dover with a 101-point advantage over second-place William Byron.

 

Cole Custer, driver of the No. 41 HaasTooling.com Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing:

“I’m pretty pumped about our top-10 today. That turned out to be a pretty solid finish. It’s been pretty rough, so it feels great to have a solid result and have something to build on. The HaasTooling.com Mustang was best at the end of the race, and that’s always a good feeling. Hats off to Mike (Shiplett, crew chief) and the guys for sticking with it and giving me a good car at the end of the race. I can’t wait for COTA.”

 

Next Up:

The next event on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule is the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix on Sunday, May 23, at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. The race begins at 2:30 p.m. EDT with live coverage provided by FS1 and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

 

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Race Winner: Alex Bowman of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

Stage 2 Winner: Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

 

Stage 1 Recap (Laps 1-120):

Chase Briscoe started 17th and finished 28th.

● At the lap-35 competition caution, Briscoe radioed that his Ford Performance Racing School Mustang started off free and he needed the front tires to cut the corner better. He pitted from the 18th position under the caution for tires, fuel and wedge and air pressure adjustments and restarted 15th on lap 41.

● Briscoe raced quietly in the 15th position until slipping back to 19th on lap 115.

● On the final lap of the first stage, Briscoe lost a right-rear tire going into turn one and made contact with the outside wall. His Ford Performance Racing School Mustang sustained heavy damage to the right-rear quarter panel. Under the stage-ending caution, the No. 14 team made several pit stops for tires, fuel and damage repair, and Briscoe returned to the track 28th, two laps down. He radioed to the team that “there was no warning, it just went.”

 

Stage 2 Recap (Laps 121-240)

Briscoe started 28th and finished 37th.

● On lap 148, Briscoe reported the Ford Performance Racing School Mustang was really loose and said he felt like he was about to blow another right-rear tire. He pitted under green for four tires and rejoined the field in 35th, seven laps down to the leader.

● The No. 14 driver radioed that the car was still “wrecking loose” after the team made big adjustments to tighten up his Ford Mustang. He was told to take the car to the garage on lap 162 so the team could diagnose the issue.

● Briscoe returned to the track on lap 205 to complete as many laps as possible and finished the stage in the 37th position.

 

Final Stage Recap (Laps 241-400):

Briscoe started 37th and finished 35th.

● The No. 14 team continued to soldier its way to the finish despite being some 60 laps down. Briscoe was able to pick up a pair of positions before the checkered flag.

 

Notes:

● Alex Bowman won the Dover 400 to score his fourth career NASCAR Cup Series victory, his second of the season and his first at Dover. His margin over second-place Kyle Larson was 2.017 seconds.

● There were seven caution periods for a total of 41 laps.

● Only 17 of the 37 drivers in the Dover 400 finished on the lead lap.

● Denny Hamlin remains the championship leader after Dover with a 101-point advantage over second-place William Byron.

 

Chase Briscoe, driver of the No. 14 Ford Performance Racing SchoolMustang for Stewart-Haas Racing:

“Obviously not the day we wanted to have. We had been doing really good improving each race, and I felt like we started off pretty good, but I’m not sure what happened. There was no warning and I just lost the right rear just before the stage end. I hate it for these guys. They work so hard. Hopefully we can rebound next week at COTA and get back going in the right direction, just shake it off. We’ll be OK.”

 

Next Up:

The next event on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule is the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix on Sunday, May 23, at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. The race begins at 2:30 p.m. EDT with live coverage provided by FS1 and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

 

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John Force wanted to present Bruton Smith with the trophy after Sunday’s NGK NTK NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway.

Force finished the job in front of a captivated crowd, snaring his 152nd career Funny Car win and dedicating the win to Smith, the executive chairman of Speedway Motorsports and founder of zMAX Dragway.

"I love Bruton and I ran my big mouth this weekend. I told him, 'I can do this, I'm going to win this race for you," said Force, whose 3.916-second, 328.78-mile-per-hour pass beat all comers in the final quad. "I love this guy and everything he’s done for this sport. … This just makes me so proud. You never tell Bruton Smith you're going to do something and then you don't do it. I tried to backpedal – I mean, these kids out here are so competitive and you never know how good you'll be, but I'm excited I get to send this (trophy) home to somebody I love – a guy who built our sport."

Force's victory wasn't the only monumental one on Sunday. Defending Top Fuel champion Steve Torrence used a 3.716-second, 329.10-mph pass in the final round to claim his fifth consecutive win at zMAX Dragway, and boosting his four-wide record to an incredible six wins in seven tries, including four consecutive at zMAX Dragway.

"(The win streak) really adds pressure to me," Torrence said. "It keeps building. … It was a great race day. Everybody continues to put pressure on us to do well at the Four-Wide. We do really well at it and I don't know why, but I want to keep doing it. I feel like it's the only place where I have a winning record."

Pro Stock driver Dallas Glenn of nearby Mooresville, North Carolina, corralled the first win of his career as a driver after a 6.54-second, 209.88-mph pass. Glenn spent years as a crew member for KB Racing, but winning as a driver added a new layer of magnitude.

"Standing from the outside (with the crew), you can always see all the little things," Glenn said. "Driving it is so much harder. To be honest, it hasn’t really hit me yet. I'm trying to just soak everything up. I've been on KB Racing for a bunch of them and we've had a lot of success, but this is a whole, new perspective for me. My wife does my public relations for free. I've got to start paying her now."

Pro Stock Motorcycle driver Steve Johnson won his first Wally since 2014, riding a 198.03-mph, 6.729-second pass in the final round to edge Matt Smith by 72 ten-thousandths of a second.

"When you have a career path, you have some kind of a goal and when you reach that goal, it's euphoric," Johnson said. "This is the most special win for me."

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Second Top-11 Finish in Last Three Races for Trackhouse

 

  • Daniel Suárez finished ninth in Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.
  • The finish moved Suárez to 22nd in the season standings after 13 races.
  • Suárez started 24th made a methodical march to the front using good driving and quick pit stops by the Trackhouse pit crew to finish 17th in Stage 1 and 14th and Stage 2.
  • Suárez stayed on the track during a caution with 82 laps to go and moved to seventh.
  • Despite racing on older tires than most behind him, Suárez hung on in the closing laps and finished ninth.
  • It was the team’s second-best finish of the season and marked the second top-11 in the last three races.
  • Sunday’s result also continues Suárez’s success at Dover. He has five top-10 finishes in nine races on the concrete mile oval.
  • The NASCAR Cup Series return to action Sunday May 23 at Circuit of the Americas. FS1 will broadcast the race at 2:30 p.m. EDT.
 

“The No. 99 CommScope Chevy Camaro was strong. Most of the race I felt like the entire race we were probably a top-15 car. But, with good adjustments we gained some track position and that gave us the opportunity to finish in the top-10. There is still a lot of work to do, definitely. Right there at the end, I was tight. I was against the No. 11 (Denny Hamlin), the No. 41 (Cole Custer) and all these guys, but we were able to hold them off and get a decent finish. But we have to keep working and win a trophy.”

-Daniel Suárez

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Race Winner:  Alex Bowman of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

Stage 1 Winner:  Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

Stage 2 Winner:  Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

 

Stage 1 Recap (Laps 1-120):

Kevin Harvick started fifth and finished fifth, earning six bonus points.

● After starting fifth, the driver of the No. 4 Hunt Brothers Pizza Ford Mustang quickly went to work, racing to third place by lap 21.

● The competition caution flag was displayed on lap 35. Harvick made a trip to pit road for four tires and fuel. He lined up third for the restart.  

● Harvick quickly grabbed second place on the restart. He spent the next several laps riding in second and trying to track down the race leader. He reported that as the run continued, the handling deteriorated, saying that the car was too loose getting into the turns and too tight in the center.

● As the laps wound down to finish the  stage, a handful of competitors caught up to the driver of the No. 4 Ford Mustang. Harvick dropped back a few positions to finish the stage in fifth place.

● The team made chassis and air pressure adjustments, changed four tires and added fuel during the caution. 

 

Stage 2 Recap (Laps 121-240):

Harvick started sixth and finished sixth, earning five bonus points.

● The 2014 NASCAR Cup Series champion quietly logged laps to start the second stage. He was in fifth place when the caution was displayed on lap 170. He reported that the car was decent but, as the run continued, he once again started to get too loose getting into the turns before turning tight in the center.

● The team made a round of adjustments, changed four tires and added fuel. Quick pit work placed Harvick in fourth for the restart.

● The handling issues Harvick referenced persisted through the stage, resulting in the loss of a few positions.

● Harvick finished the stage in sixth place. He reported that he needed help with the front end of the car without sacrificing rear grip. However, he did say that the previous chassis adjustment did seem to help the car turn better, but that the car still needed more work.

● The team made air pressure adjustments, changed four tires and added fuel. Harvick lined up seventh to start the final stage.

 

Final Stage Recap (Laps 241-400):

Harvick started seventh and finished sixth.

● After an aggressive restart, the No. 4 Hunt Brothers Pizza Ford Mustang driver settled into a comfortable pace in sixth place.

● Harvick made a pass to take over fifth place on lap 275. He reported that he needed help getting the car to turn from the center of the turn to the exit.

● Once again, the handling on the No. 4 machine started to go away the longer the run went on. Harvick reported on lap 295 that the car was plowing in the front.

● Caution was displayed on lap 301 with Harvick in fifth place. He reported that he needed the car to turn better from the center of the turns to the exits.

● Harvick made a trip to pit road for four tires, fuel and a chassis adjustment. He lined up fifth for the restart.

● Harvick was quick to the pedal for the restart and was able to pick up fourth place. A quick caution was displayed for a single-car accident on lap 315. With only a handful of laps on the tires, the team elected to stay out, placing Harvick in fourth for the restart.

● Once again, Harvick made full use of his restart capabilities to take over third place. Handling issues prevented him from maintaining the position and he dropped back to fourth.

● A caution slowed the race on lap 326. Again, the leaders stayed on the track, which placed Harvick in fourth for the restart on lap 331.

● Harvick quietly went to work logging laps as the race drew to a close. He surrendered two positions before the checkered flag waved to finish the day in sixth.

 

Notes:

●  Harvick earned his 10th top-10 of the season and his 22nd top-10 in 41 career NASCAR Cup Series starts at Dover.

●  Harvick’s 22 top-10s at Dover are the most among active drivers.

●  This was Harvick’s seventh straight top-10 at Dover.  

●  This was Harvick’s fourth straight top-10. He finished fourth on April 25 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, second May 2 at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, and sixth in the series’ prior race at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.

●  Alex Bowman won the Dover 400 to score his fourth career NASCAR Cup Series victory, his second of the season and his first at Dover. His margin over second-place Kyle Larson was 2.017 seconds.

●  There were seven caution periods for a total of 41 laps.

●  Only 17 of the 37 drivers in the Dover 400 finished on the lead lap.

●  Denny Hamlin remains the championship leader after Dover with a 101-point advantage over second-place William Byron.

 

Next Up:

The next event on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule is the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix on Sunday, May 23 at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. The race begins at 2:30 p.m. EDT with live coverage provided by FS1 and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.

 

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Race Winner: Alex Bowman of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

Stage 2 Winner: Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)

 

Stage 1 Recap (Laps 1-120):

● Aric Almirola started 32nd and finished 19th.

● The Smithfield/Weis driver raced to 24th before the lap-35 competition caution. 

● He pitted for four fresh tires, fuel, and chassis and air pressure adjustments to combat loose-handling conditions.

● Almirola was passed by the leader to go one lap down with 10 laps to go. 

● On the last lap of the stage, Almirola passed teammate Chase Briscoe after he contacted the wall and earned the “lucky dog” position to rejoin the lead lap in Stage 2.  

● He pitted at the end of the stage for four tires, fuel and adjustments.

 

Stage 2 Recap (Laps 121-240):

●  Almirola started 19th and finished 12th.

●  Almirola raced to 17th before a caution on lap 170. The team pitted for four fresh tires, fuel and air pressure adjustments.

●  The Smithfield/Weis Ford driver powered his way to 11th on the restart and made the top-10 by 182. 

●  He held the top-10 position until handling issues demoted him two spots back before the end of the stage.

●  Almirola pitted at the end of the stage for four tires, fuel and more adjustments. 

 

Final Stage Recap (Laps 241-400):

●  Almirola started 14th and finished 37th.

●  Almirola continued to battle handling issues while holding the car inside the top-13. 

●  On lap 302, Almirola cut a tire and made hard contact with the outside wall, damaging the car beyond repair.

 

Notes:

●  Alex Bowman won the Dover 400 to score his fourth career NASCAR Cup Series victory, his second of the season and his first at Dover. His margin over second-place Kyle Larson was 2.017 seconds.

●  There were seven caution periods for a total of 41 laps.

●  Only 17 of the 37 drivers in the Dover 400 finished on the lead lap.

●  Denny Hamlin remains the championship leader after Dover with a 101-point advantage over second-place William Byron.

 

Aric Almirola, driver of the No. 10 Smithfield/Weis Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing:

“That was another hard hit. My body is hurting. It doesn’t want to take any more hard hits like that. It’s just such a trying year. I don’t know what exactly happened. I think something in the suspension broke. It wasn’t like a right-front went down. It wasn’t like all of a sudden. A couple laps before that I felt like I was laying on the splitter pretty hard, which is unusual that far into a run, and I kind of mentioned it on the radio and then went down into turn three, the worst possible place – well, there’s no good place at Dover to have a suspension failure or a tire go down –  but our guys deserve so much better. Our partners, Smithfield, Ford, everybody, Go Bowling, Pit Boss Grills, everybody that helps us deserves so much better. We’re so much more capable, but God is really testing us this year.”

 

Next Up:

The next event on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule is the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix on Sunday, May 23 at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. The race begins at 2:30 p.m. EDT with live coverage provided by FS1 and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. 

 

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Austin Dillon and the No. 3 Huk Performance Fishing Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE Team Earn Top-15 Finish at Dover International Speedway
 
 
 
14th
 
 
14th
 
11th
 
“We had a decent Huk Performance Fishing Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE today at Dover International Speedway. Overall, the balance of our RCR Chevy was pretty good to start the race. We found a line at the bottom of the track that worked well but I was worried about tire wear, so I didn’t move down there until closer to the end of the stage. We were pretty good in Stage 2 but handling was just sort of blah during the middle of the run when cloud cover cooled off the track and caused our Chevy to become freer. It came back to us to end the Stage and we were able to secure a few stage points. At the end of the race, the cloud cover returned and that affected our handling. We just couldn’t keep up with the track. We’ll regroup as a team and head to the Circuit of the Americas next week.”
 
-Austin Dillon
 
Tyler Reddick and No. 8 Cat Linkage Pins Chevy Team Battle to Eighth-Place Finish at Dover International Speedway
 
 
 
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12th
 
15th
 
“I’m very proud of my No. 8 Cat Linkage Pins Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE team today. We really had to fight hard for our eighth-place finish at Dover, especially after the speeding penalty on pit road after our first stop of the day. Entry seemed to be the biggest issue for us during the first half of the race. I just needed better rotation to get through that portion of both ends of the track quicker. My crew chief, Randall Burnett, and the team did a good job of keeping after the track with our adjustments today and giving me feedback based on our SMT data. We really hit on something towards the end of Stage 2, which allowed me to get up in the top 10 for the start of Stage 3. Track position was key today, even more so than fresh tires for us, so once we got up in the top 10 we did everything we could to stay there, even though that meant staying out and making it a much longer final run for us on tires when those mid-stage cautions came out in Stage 3. It was a battle to hang on during that last run, but it paid off for us today with our fifth top-10 finish in the last seven races.”
-Tyler Reddick

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