Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Last Weekend #NASCAR Winner’s Quotes

Last Weekend #NASCAR Winner’s Quotes

#Winners - Martin Truex Jr.; Tyler Reddick; Austin Hill; Ty Gibbs

Martin Truex Jr. – Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

#Winner Martin Truex Jr. – Monster Energy #NASCAR Cup Series

With his successful night at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Martin Truex Jr. jumped atop the playoff leaderboard and is assured a spot in the Round of 12 of the playoffs.

We took a gamble this weekend. Thanks to everybody back at the shop that makes this happen: Toyota, TRD, Wally and all the guys, Todd and all the guys back there that build these cars. We took a gamble, qualified 24th. For a while it wasn't looking too smart with the 4 out front. Got the right adjustments in the end. Had a great car all day long.

Thanks to Toyota, TRD, Auto Owners, everyone who makes this happen for us. Hell of a way to make a championship run. Get some good bonus points, move on to the next round, see what we can do there.

Tyler Reddick - NASCAR Xfinity Series

#Winner Tyler Reddick - #NASCAR Xfinity Series

Tyler Reddick also gambled at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He took a chance on fuel mileage and racing just hard enough to hold off Christopher Bell by 0.738 seconds in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Rhino Pro Truck Outfitters 300.

“Christopher Bell had a really fast race car today, but we were just able to come in and get fuel and tires and run really fast laps to keep us in front of him,’’ said Reddick, whose 30 laps led to close out the win were the sum of his laps out front. “Hats off to (crew chief) Randall (Burnett) and all the guys. We’ve had a really fast car in the past, unfortunately today we didn’t have it but we got them with strategy.’’

Austin Hill - NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series

#Winner Austin Hill - #NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series

Austin Hill earned his third win of the 2019 season Friday night at Las Vegas Motor Speedway – perhaps his most important victory as it advances him to the second round of the playoffs with big momentum and raised expectations.

This means the world to me,’’ said Hill, 25, who passed Ross Chastain for the lead with 12 laps remaining. When I saw the 45 (Chastain) in my sights, we were running close lap times. I changed my line a little bit. And that was a big statement win.

Ty Gibbs – Arca Racing

#Winner Ty Gibbs – Arca Racing
Ty Gibbs (No. 18 Monster Energy/ORCA Coolers/Terrible Herbst/Advance Auto Parts Toyota) scored a dominant victory in Saturday night's ARCA Menards Series Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Fall Classic 200 at Salem Speedway. Gibbs thoroughly dominated the entire day as he led the day's practice session, set the fast time in General Tire Pole Qualifying, and led every green flag lap to score his second career series victory.

"That's all due to my right foot, the guys who build these great racecars and the man upstairs," Gibbs said in victory lane. "It's great to come out here and get our second win of the season. We aren't racing for the championship so it's all about wins for us."

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