Lap 63: Here's somebody we haven't said much about all day, Tim Kunkel currently running fourth spent most of his day in the rear but he now has worked his way up to potentially be in position for the win.
Lap 69: With Kraus a lap down, truck 69 won't lead lap 69 this week. Brett Gray leads, a good number of the trucks running in the top ten haven't won an SRD SuperTruck Series race in their career. Could we see a first time winner?
Lap 72: Six laps remain, Tyler Jennings back out front with his owner Maulana in fifth. Reza Maulana Racing didn't place a single truck into the main event in our last race at Eldora, what a rebound it would be to turn it around and take a W today.
Here comes Mahoney to the pits! D.J. Harris is the first truck coming off pit road right now, John Hooper, Sr. the first one up to speed, it could be a race between the two Opp trucks or possibly Tim Kunkel could spoil the party.
Harris and Kunkel get up to speed just in time as Hooper catches them. They have a good lead over Jacob Craigo and Robert Lillie who shouldn't be a factor as they come to the white flag. Don't count out Devin Mahoney who may have gained enough of a lead to beat them all. Tim Kunkel will take the white as Devin Mahoney is on the pit exit road trying to get up to speed to beat these three off pit road.
Devin Mahoney has cleared pit road ahead of these three but he still has to make it through all the gears, that'll be trouble getting up to speed without any drafting partners.
Mahoney just has to make it through three and four and he'll see the checkers but it's a long way around and Tim Kunkel and company would love to spoil the party.
#98 CC: "Excellent work. P10, P10. Rogers P9, Jennings P5."
Maulana: "Yes! Awesome job to everyone, what a way to rebound after such a shitty two race weeks for us! Today feels like a win for us, let's go and keep up this pace for the rest of the season!"
(sometime later in the cooldown lap)
Maulana: "You know guys, the results that we have feels so, so good, but there's this sense of emptiness knowing that on the other side of the Atlantic, we've lost such an amazing talent in Anthoine Hubert. I don't know him at all, but its a loss in which its shockwave is going to be felt all across the world of motorsport. God, still can't believe he's gone, I'm sure he's going to be a future F1 driver with his form in F2 so far... This one's for you, my friend. May you rest well in the heavens, and we'll wish for a speedy recovery for Juan Manuel Correa."