Kansas Speedway: Post-Race
No. 1 McDonald’s Trick. Treat. Win! Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
- Both CGR teams — the No. 1 and No. 42 — were forced to start from the rear of the field today for engine change and backup car respectively.
- After starting 20th, McMurray was able to advance inside the top-10 during the first half of the race, but unable to hold track position toward the end, relegating him to a 17th-place finish.
- The caution flag was shown three times for a total of 17 laps and the lead changed 11 times among eight drivers.
“We started out pretty strong today with the McDonald’s Trick.Treat. Win! Camaro. I really thought that we would have about a 10th-place car today. From the drop of the green flag we were able to pass a bunch of cars and then with some pit strategy, move up inside the top-10. I struggled with the balance of the car some today and just couldn’t get the top groove working as well as I hoped we could. Hopefully we can try to finish out strong in the next four races.”
MENCS teams will head to Martinsville Speedway next week for the First Data 500 on Sunday, Oct. 28. NBC Sports, MRN affiliates and SiriusXM NASCAR Channel 90 will have live coverage beginning at 2:30 p.m. ET.