I enjoy running the high line at Dover. I dominated this race, until the motor gave out with 3 to go. At least it was a short race, but still frustrating haha
This was my first race running the McDonald's colors. Inches away from my second win of the season. He barely got me at the line, but it was a strong run anyways.
Aand one of my lesser moments. Me and two other cars tangled coming out of 4 at Kentucky, sending me spinning through the grass, and them in the wall. I was the most fortunate, because I managed to land on my wheels after the spin and keep going. I finished 34th but still, at least I didn't flip it.
Got my second win of the season to move within striking distance of the points lead. 11th top 5 for my team as well. Took my time burning it down since I didn't get to at Daytona (we crashed after the line)
Wow! Had the closest finish I've ever had in this game. I didn't sandbag it either. Made the mistake of blocking Johnson up high going into Turn 3, as Elliott slipped under me. So as Elliott and I were fighting each other down low in the tri-oval, Johnson gets momentum on the high side and that forces me to move back up and slow his momentum down. Wildest last lap ever, in my opinion.
Margin of victory:-0.000 Winner:Brad Keselowski (Me)
Too bad style points don't put you higher on the podium.
Edit to prevent double posting:
Joey Logano edges out David Reutimann for 3rd place at Michigan. Do not adjust your monitors because they were going that slow. I messed around with tire wear values in the INI for the hell of it and got pretty funny results. Harvick would win with Edwards second.
Despite winning the Daytona 500, my 2014 season (yes I know, I've VERY far behind) had gotten off to a horror start, and at one point I was 36th in points. After a series of strong runs in the middle of the season, I scored my second win in the Coke Zero 400, completing the Daytona sweep. Since then I've won 3 races in a row, culminating in my first ever win at Indianapolis. Throughout the race I had a great short run car but I would fade in to the run. For the final green flag pitstops, I pitted 5 laps earlier than the leaders, used my fresh tires to get the lead, and then desperately held off the rest of the field for 20+ laps