‘It sucks. It’s chaos out there,” William Byron on his disappointing early exit from Coco-Cola 600 » FirstSportz

William Byron
William Byron

The track was illuminated at last Sunday Charlotte Motor Speedway as the ‘crown jewel from Cup Racing die Coco Cola 600 Pure chaos is offered for the fans. The 400-lap, 600-mile race saw 18 cautions, six times as many as last year, consuming 96 laps of the race and leading to double overtime towards the end.

The five-hour roller coaster of excitement, chaos, and boredom came to an end after surviving a crash ahead of time Joe Gibbs Racing veteran Denny Hamlin found his way up the tarmac and led the race on his teammate at the final restart Kyle Bush to secure the great trophy that has long eluded him.

Henrik Motorsport Coming to Charlotte as the clear favorite saw an unlucky day behind the wheels for most of their riders. league leader Chase Eliot was the first to have a big spin, and then came the time of William Byron who retired on lap 191 after Ryan Blaney spun in front of them. Kyle Larson who had come so close to victory also saw his race end quickly with two laps to go when Austin Dillon knocked him out. The 4th driver Alex Bowman on the other hand he had a calm race and ended up P10 just a point behind Larson.

Now, William Byron, who witnessed an early retirement from the race, has given his opinion on what happened on the track, how he crashed and how he felt about it in the post-race interview.

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Find out what William Byron said

William Byron
William Byron’s car #24 at Coco-Cola 600

William Byron admitted he thought they were at the Catbird seat in Charlotte. He said he had a good run on lap 191 on the new set of tires and had already passed Kurt Busch’s #45 23X1 car. He went on to say he would ride his bike out if the cars hit the ground as Ryan Blaney’s car came down.

I thought we were there in the Catbird seat. We were the first team on new tires. Had a good restart through (turn) one and got ahead of #45 (Kurt Busch). We really wanted to cycle there well, and then they just started breaking up at the bottom and got into us at the top,‘ said William Byon.

William Byron went on to say that it was crappy and chaotic out there on the track as you couldn’t afford to drive the car sideways even a bit as there was a higher chance of a collision. He pointed out that a lone rider who gets a bit sideways can bust all around him as he’ll either knock out others or spin himself and just cause havoc.

It sucks. It’s chaos out there. You cannot drive the car sideways the slightest bit, or you will have an accident. So if someone goes a little sideways, then we all go bust. Either it turns others off or they spin into the infield. Just chaos‘ added William Byon.

Also read: ‘I put myself in a bad situation’, Daniel Suarez on his disappointing Coco-Cola 600 outing as he comes up short again in the ‘best car’ on the grid

Also read: “I’m by no means at the end of my career,” Denny Hamlin reformulates his statement on retirement after winning the 2022 Coca-Cola 600

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