"Went from the back to the front to finish 4th in our Duel. Hopefully we've got the same speed on the big track tomorrow in our Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine Chevrolet and how bout that run by my rookie teammate Ben Thomas getting the Duel win?!"
"We didn't really have the best Duels to say the least. I spun Franklin and went to the back while Rogers and Jennings had to retire. I'm getting confident with the Star Twinkle Precure Chevrolet though, given that we made some ground to the rest of the pack during the Duel itself.
We're starting from the last half of the grid and honestly I'm going to be worried that we may lost some of our cars to accidents as a result, but then again you never knew what's going to happen in a superspeedway race. Who knows if its going to be a relatively clean race like Dega last year, so we'll see."
Lap 3 (LEAD CHANGE): This is a common sight on these superspeedways lately, Jason Blanford has managed to make his way out front, teammate Josh Remington just a bit behind. English, Jennings, and Kurz in danger of losing the draft after their earlier contact.
Lap 4: Three-by-three-by-three! Constant changing of the lead, one second you're up front, the next you're in the back! D.J. Harris our leader and hey! Isn't that the guy that hit the tire barrier in the duels yesterday?! Joey Kraus up fighting in the front after starting dead last.