No. 1 DC Solar Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
Standings: 23th (47 points behind 16th)
- McMurray was forced to start at the rear of the field due to the team moving to a backup car after a wreck in practice on Friday. The No. 1 Chevrolet barrel rolled down the back stretch after the car suffered a tire failure at speed.
- Sunday’s raced had more of the same when McMurray was involved in multi-car incident on lap 71. This time, the car stayed grounded, and McMurray was able to continue after several trips to pit road for repairs.
- Following the race’s final caution, McMurray was able to gain an additional seven positions moving from 35th to 28th.
- The caution flag was shown six times for a total of 29 laps and the lead changed 25 times among 16 drivers
“I think that our team is glad to be leaving Talladega this weekend. The guys did a nice job of trying to make repairs to the car today and keep us on the track to make-up a few positions. It made for a long day just riding around and stay out of the way, but that is just the nature of the racing here.”
MENCS teams will head to Dover International Speedway next week for the AAA Drive for Autism 400 on Sunday, May 6. FOX, MRN affiliates and SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90 will have live coverage beginning at 2 p.m. ET.