Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Hailie Deegan On Podium

Hailie Deegan On Podium

2020 Calypso Lemonade 200

ARCA Menards Series
  • Friday, July 3, 2020
  • Lucas Oil Raceway (LOR)
  • Clermont, IN
  • 200 laps on a .686 mile paved track (137.2 miles)
  • Time of race: 1:38:39
  • Average speed: 82.717 mph
  • Pole speed: 111.499 mph
  • Cautions: 3 for 15 laps 
Hailie Deegan On Podium #4 Monster Energy / Craftsman Ford #ARCA

Eighteen Year Old #ARCA Driver / Hailie Deegan
The 2020 Calypso Lemonade 200 consisted of 200 laps on a .686 mile paved track (137.2 miles)

It proved to be another solid run for Hailie Deegan. She started off the day fast, qualifying fourth (4th) putting her in a great starting position. She was fifth when the first caution of the race came on lap seventy (70) for the planned break. She brought her Monster Energy (David Gilliland) Ford to pit road for service during the five-minute break.

She remained in fifth when the race resumed since drivers returned to the track in the same position as when they pitted. Ms. Deegan hit all her marks and was able to advance to the last podium position (3rd).

This strong finish moved her within 12 points of the first place in the driver standings!

Ms Deegan became the first female to win in the ARCA Menards Series West in 2018. In 2019, she went on to capture two more victories in the ARCA West.

Deegan on LOR: "We struggled with the balance a little throughout the night. I was tight center and snapping loose on exit. My DGR-Crosley guys made adjustments during each pit stop and by the end of the race it felt pretty good. It was nice to get back into the top five and I have to thank CRAFTSMAN for coming on board with me tonight. It was fun to be back at a short track after all the big tracks we've race at so far this year."

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Eighteen Year Old #ARCA Driver / Hailie Deegan

Hailie will be racing this weekend in Kentucky, in the General Tire 150 (150 miles, 100 laps)

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