“You have to have a little give and take. It’s just early. It doesn’t take much when you get three-wide to get pushed around. But from my vantage point we got hit in the back, and that’s what it looks like to me as well there,” Jones said. “We just got to keep going. We had a really good positive. We won the truck race. I had high hopes for this race too. Toyota puts so much into our program. They do such a good job for us. Menards, everybody that supports us. We got two more cars in this race. Maybe they can get it done for us.”
Harrison Burton’s day ended early after spinning off the tunnel turn and getting into oil, making contact with the inside wall. “It happened so fast, but the way it happened so fast and the way I spun, it made me feel like there was oil but I’m always the person that likes to think about what I could have done better and I will have to look back and see if I just got loose or what, but it’s hard to say,” Burton said after being released from the infield care center.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course for the first time. Action can be seen Saturday afternoon, July 4th, on NBC at 3:00 PM ET and heard on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
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