“What a battle this weekend was. I put us behind by not getting up to speed quick enough and didn't do a great job putting together a lap in qualifying. Looking back, had I qualified better I could have been a little ahead of the carnage at the beginning of the race. I have a lot to clean up, but I had a really fast Kaulig Racing Chevy Accessories Camaro. I look forward to going to Richmond and being a part of the Dash 4 Cash.” - Daniel
Daniel Hemric qualified 11th for the Pit Boss 250 Presented by USA Today.
In the opening stage, Hemric had contact early on with the No. 20 car. With minimal damage on the right side, he was able to rebound and finish 13th in stage one.
After pitting under caution, Hemric gained 12 spots on a restart on lap 22 in the second stage, and went on to finish stage two in 16th.
In the final stage, Hemric maintained his track position and recorded his career best finish at COTA, coming home sixth.
Hemric was one of four drivers who qualified for Dash 4 Cash taking place at Richmond next weekend.