|Notes & Quotes:—– Justin Haley started 13th in his first Gander Trucks start since 2018. Haley reported the truck was tight in the opening stage, but climbed to ninth by the end of Stage One. The team pitted for four tires, fuel and a small air pressure adjustment during the stage break. Haley continued to climb through the field in the second stage, reporting the handling was a little better, but still tight. The team pitted for four tires and a track bar adjustment under caution on Lap 76. Haley started the final stage in the eighth position and would get as high as fifth, before ultimately finishing seventh.- This is Haley’s fourth top-10 finish in four Gander Trucks starts at Texas Motor Speedway.”I had a lot of fun tonight. It took a few laps to get the feel of the truck, since I hadn’t been in a truck since 2018. We were tight most of the race, but just kept making adjustments and slowly worked our way up towards the front. I would’ve loved to have a shot at the win, but it was nice to get a top-10 in my first truck race back. We kept my streak alive, I’ve had a top-10 in every truck race I’ve run at Texas. It was a blast to reunite with GMS for the night and I can’t thank everyone enough for the opportunity.”|
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!