Harrison Burton who competes full-time in the Cup Series and drives the #21 Ford Mustang Wood Brothers race seemed pretty mad at sundays Toyota owner 400 End on P18.
Harrison Burton started his 2022 season with two straight DNFs Daytona 500 and Auto Club 400 made quite a comeback in the Petrol 400 with P16, his best so far this season, and then secured two top 20 and two top 30 finishes with a P18 in this week’s Toyota Owners 400.
With racing the NextGen car at the Richmond racetrack For the first time he felt like he was going to finish better than 18th But that remained a dream that disappointed the young lad. Harrison Burton is still optimistic
Find out what Harrison Burton had to say about Richmond’s disappointment and hopes for the future
Harrison Burton was quite unhappy with his P18 during this week’s Toyota Owners 400 as he found it quite difficult to stay behind other drivers and get ahead ahead.
“It’s frustrating because I feel like we were better than 18th, but the track position is really hard to come by now. We struggled being aero tight behind the guys so it was really difficult for me to move forward in any way throughout the run. said Harrison Burton.
He added that the car was competent and that he might end up in a better place if he continued in that direction. He was also satisfied when he started running with riders he was meant to ride and felt like he was getting better each time.
“I felt like we had a pretty decent Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Mustang. As we continue in this direction, I feel like we’re going to get a little bit better every time. It’s good to run together with people that we should run with and build that direction.” added Harrison Burton.
“I’m not sure exactly what happened,” Harrison Burton said of his smoldering tires during the race
Burton had a hard time going three-wide and four-wide, and when asked exactly what happened, all he had to say was that he wasn’t sure exactly what happened, but he didn’t have enough space and ended up getting hit and smoking a tire in what was otherwise a fairly stress free race.
“I’m not sure what exactly happened. I know the 9, I think we were four wide or something. There’s just not much room so I got hit and then smoked a tire but other than that it was a pretty calm day so we’ll take it.” concluded Harrison Burton.
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https://firstsportz.com/nascar-i-feel-like-we-were-better-than-18th-harrison-burton-on-his-frustrating-outing-at-sundays-toyota-owners-400/ “I have a feeling we were better than 18th,” Harrison Burton said of his “frustrating” outing at the Toyota Owners 400 on Sunday » FirstSportz