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Tires, Tires, Tires...

"Lots of highs and lows during this long race. We had a solid second stage, but after making some contact with the wall, we just fought a really tight-handling No. 31 Cirkul Chevy. The right front would wear quickly, and the rear would start going away not long after. Hopefully we can come back in the fall for some redemption." - Daniel

  • Daniel Hemric qualified 20th for the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

  • The first caution of the day came out on lap 23, as Hemric relayed his No. 31 Cirkul Chevy was free handling. He pitted for adjustments and restarted 35th before another caution immediately came out, collecting him in the process. Hemric made it through unscathed and pitted for new tires. When the next caution came out on lap 70, Hemric noted improvement but wanted more security. The final caution of the stage ended it early, and Hemric was scored 24th. 

  • Hemric pitted for fresh tires under the stage break and took the green from 27th place. He made it as high as 22nd before the caution came out. Hemric was hit in the right rear but did not receive significant damage. He pitted for tires and fuel and took the green on lap 188. The final caution of the stage fell on lap 228. Hemric restarted 27th and made it as high as 17th, before finishing the second stage in 18th. 

  • During the second stage break, Hemric pitted for sticker tires and started the final stage from 19thplace. The first caution of the stage came out on lap 310. Hemric relayed his No. 31 Chevy was tight and pitted for four tires. Just before the final caution came out on lap 368, Hemric fell one lap down to the leaders. After restarting on lap 379, Hemric made his final pit stop on lap 446 before going on to finish 28th.



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