Keselowski wins fourth Xfinity race at Richmond

10 September, 2017, 15:35 | Author: Wilson Dawson

"The silent auction will include original pieces of race memorabilia from Team Penske, Richmond Raceway, Hendrick Motorsports, Joe Gibbs Racing, Roush-Fenway Racing, Furniture Row Racing and other NASCAR teams with proceeds donated to the American Red Cross", said Richmond Raceway in a press release.

"We were having a great night, but we weren't going to pass those top five guys so we needed that kind of strategy to try and leap frog them on pit road and we needed the yellow to come out leading", Earnhardt explained after the race. "We had some odd luck [this year]".

"We all know someone who has been impacted by natural disasters, so it is our duty to rally support from our NASCAR community to help the American Red Cross's efforts", said Richmond President Dennis Bickmeier. "We're fired up and ready to go". "Hopefully, we can get a good run, get in the playoffs, kind of get hot when we need to". If we had ran like that all year, like we did over the last several years, we would have made it. We haven't had to fight to get in the playoffs in a long time. Keselowski's pass came in heavy lapped traffic and marked the third time he'd used a superior auto to catch Busch on a long run. "There'll be a big hurt in your heart, because you feel like you deserved to be in that group". "We've still got a good race track coming up for us". He has had just one top-five finish all year. Narrowly missing the medical vehicle, Earnhardt says that mistake was on NASCAR.

Heading into the final race of the regular season at Richmond Raceway: "You know, honestly, I won't really pay much attention to it". We'll try these next 10 to keep running well. "So, yeah, no, we aren't real comfortable with it just because in that position you are not really guaranteed anything". "We're just lacking speed in general". Keselowski has competed in eight Xfinity races this year, winning just one of them. Crew chief Greg Ives will sit out the action at Richmond. Greg Ives was suspended for one race for the Earnhardt vehicle having two loose lug nuts following the September 3 race at Darlington.

And if Logano can win on Saturday night, he feels like he and crew chief Todd Gordon still have all the resources needed to return to Homestead-Miami Speedway with a chance to win a championship.



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