Wednesday, June 12, 2024
Challenging track conditions tested our racing abilities.

Challenging track conditions tested our racing abilities.

Here are the drivers’ comments after Sunday’s Cup race at Pocono Raceway:

Denny Hamlin, the winner of the race, said that he pushed the second-place driver into a turn and believes that the driver chose not to lift. He also mentioned that he thought his team had the best car and that the strategy worked out well.

Tyler Reddick, who finished second, mentioned that they didn’t get good pushes on the restarts, which left them vulnerable. Despite this, he felt that they did everything they could.

Martin Truex Jr., who finished third, mentioned that they fought for track position throughout the race and finally got it, but lost a few spots due to strategy. He also mentioned that he needed a bigger push from the inside row to regain the lead.

Kevin Harvick, who finished fourth, expressed that he would have rather won but acknowledged that they needed clean air, which they didn’t get. He also mentioned that the race had a strange strategy play out.

Ty Gibbs, who finished fifth, thanked his team for a great day and mentioned that they were up front throughout the race. He was glad to stay out of any incidents and mentioned the need to keep fighting.

Ricky Stenhouse, who finished seventh, mentioned that it was an up-and-down day for his team. They struggled with track position but made good adjustments and improved their performance. He also credited timing the restarts well for their strong finish.

Harrison Burton, who finished eighth, mentioned that they had a good finish despite being stuck in traffic for most of the race. He credited the team’s strategy and good pit stops for helping them gain track position.

Erik Jones, who finished ninth, expressed satisfaction with their performance and mentioned that they capitalized on strategy opportunities. He also mentioned that they struggled in traffic but improved throughout the race.

Kyle Larson, who finished 21st, acknowledged his frustration with Denny Hamlin but stated that he won’t let it affect their on-track performance.

Noah Gragson, who finished 22nd, mentioned that it was a decent day but they needed to make better adjustments at the end. He acknowledged the need to improve overall.

Ryan Blaney, who finished 30th, mentioned that it was disappointing to have an issue after leading for two laps. He acknowledged the team’s efforts and mentioned that they would investigate the issue.

Austin Dillon, who finished 34th, defended his actions during a crash and stated that he believed he had the right to hold his lane. He also expressed frustration with the incident.

Joey Logano, who finished 35th, expressed frustration with the long, rough ride back after a crash and mentioned the need for a better system that allows for tire changes on the track.

Daniel Suarez, who finished 36th, expressed frustration with his team’s performance and mentioned that he believes they are better than what they showed. He also mentioned frustration with drivers causing wrecks.


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