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We had good pit stops all day and I really like the gains we made this weekend. I wish we could have come home with a top-10 or top-five, but what we learned this weekend means more in the big picture.
We were better than 14th, no question about that ... We ran in the top-10 for most of the race but lost track position at the end. We decided to take two (right-side) tires and fuel on the final pit stop. We felt that was the right call at the time but it didn’t turn out to be the right strategic decision. Some teams took fuel only and some didn’t even take fuel. It was a gamble for them but it paid off. Those are very tough calls to make.
We had no advance notice and little opportunity to discuss and consider the complex issues we faced. After 61 years of exemplary service, coach Paterno was given no chance to respond. That was a mistake
There is a groundswell of concern about the different kinds of fraud to which Naples people are being subjected
On behalf of the France family and everyone at NASCAR, our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Ford family on the passing of William Clay Ford Sr.
He was a worthy successor not only to a great company but also a legacy – and he served both exceptionally well. The grandson of Henry Ford will be remembered as a man of style, for both the automobiles he built and the life he led. He was a giant … who forever will be missed.
Well, the track was the same for everybody. So, we were just kind of off. We just kind of struggled most of the weekend. We got some decent track position there — just couldn’t really go anywhere. We were just about where we were. It was about all we could do. We just got to get them better.
At a personal level, I recall his tremendous support and advice through the years. He was always there for young politicians to share of his experience and knowledge