77CC: "Alright, let's be smart tonight. We've got 200 laps to get there, only that 200th one pays. Be smart, we'll be there at the end."
77: "10-4. Good job everybody. Great truck. You guys did one hell of a job putting this together at the last minute. Let's get that trophy."
I'm so done... All three of our trucks ended up in LCQ and neither me, @Tyler Jennings, nor @dacinch8 have the speed nor owner points to make it to the main event... THIS YEAR HAVE JUST GONE WORSE AND WORSE FOR US!!!
Okay, this is an issue similar to what I saw in a few test races and thought I had worked out but apparently I didn't. So, here's what we're going to do: I'm cutting the race down to a 120-lap sprint (no yellows). On a normal cycle everyone should have to pit somewhere between lap 70 and 80. Stage points will be awarded like last week at the conclusion of lap 60 (halfway). God willing, we hopefully don't have a massive pileup that screws everything up. Hate to have to make a change like this but it is what it is. Race will restart momentarily.
Lap 1 (Green Flag): Pull those belts tight one more time!... and I mean like really tight because this could get dicey.. Green flag in the air! Ryan Wayne looks like he got shot out of a cannon with the run he got into turn one, Joeyu Kraus in his tracks. The bottom lane is where everyone wants to be tonight.
Lap 7: How about Everett Lintz here, he got into this field based on points, started 30th and now already up to 20th. This past week Everett announced that he had lost sponsor iK9, who was slated to be on the truck tonight. So instead he runs an almost completely blank scheme tonight hoping to lure a new sponsor to take the races leftover.
Lap 13: Race for the fifth position here comes J.J. Jordan. Unfamiliar colors for J.J. he's driving that #37 F-150 for last weeks winner Matheus Fiorentini. I'm sure they'd love nothing more for MF Motorsports to have to wins in a row.