Chase Eliot driving the #9 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Henrik Motorsport as full time NASCAR Cup Series The driver is having one of the best seasons so far, topping the points table for most of the 2022 season, even without a win, until earning his first in 10 regular-season races DuraMAX Drydene 400 In the Dover International Speedway followed by his second coming out of the Nashville Superspeedway after the free weekend.
Chase Elliott was crowned as the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Championship Winner and he also took home the prize money after winning NASCAR All-Star Racing that same year he also won the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series, which is now the NASCAR Xfinity Series and he is currently in a position where he can probably win his second championship but only time will tell and his too Ally 400 The ending drew attention after the warning didn’t come out Brad Keselowski and Cole Custer touched the outside wall and he also chose not to pit on the final laps of the race.
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“Absolutely, yes, that was the difference,” Alan Gustafson, Chase Elliott’s crew chief, explains why they managed to stay out of the box
Chase Elliott and the team decided to stay away from the pits and keep going during the finale and key moments of the race and when Alan Gustavson When asked about this, he replied that his absence made the difference and with the No. 19 out Martin Truex Jr. and No.18 of Kyle Bush Catching them on fresh tires would be problematic but he was sure that wouldn’t happen as he had a pretty good lead and it was quite an intense race.
“Absolutely, yes, that was the difference. I think the 18 is safe – the 19 was really good. The 18 was really good. The 18 was really fast on the short runs, so if he’s running around us on new tires it’s game over. Yes, he just – my expectation was that he wouldn’t come that close and I had a feeling it was going to be tough – usually there’s enough chaos in front of you that you can’t leave anyway. said Chase Elliott’s crew chief Alan Gustafson.
He added by talking about the other riders that were quite useful to Elliott who would make it difficult for the guys with new tires to overtake and fight for the win and noting that Kyle Larson, Kurt Busch who recently won at Kansas Speedway and Ryan Blaneythe riders, all of whom have been doing pretty well so far, he was confident it was better to stay out and they had to comply, and they did.
“When I saw there were four or five really good cars, guys that weren’t easy to overtake. When I saw that, I felt better. You never know. But then you can’t just say, oh, Kyle. You have to focus on Kurt. He’s not a wimp; The guy is a great racer. He just won in Kansas and this team did really well. So you have Kurt and you have Kyle Larson and Ryan, all these guys, super good drivers and good teams. Still had to run” concluded Chase Elliott’s crew chief Alan Gustafson.
He’s at #1 with Chase Elliott now holding a strong lead over everyone for a whileSt In the points table, it wouldn’t be surprising if he ended up winning the 2022 Cup Series championship.
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