Round 11 of the NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series was 100 laps at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Justin lined up p. 18 for the start of the race. He steadily made his way into the Top 10 by lap 35. There were 4 cautions in the first half of the race. The second half saw Justin continue to battle for position in the Top 10. After three more cautions in this second half, Justin had positioned himself in the Top 5. A late race caution on lap 92 would mean this last run would end the race. Re-starting in position 4 Justin was able to hold on to the position when the caution came out 2 laps later ending the race. Congratulations to teammate Dylan Duval on the win. Watch the race at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khvrgFzN5Yk.
Kentucky Speedway was the track for Round 10 of the NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series. Justin in the #36 C.H.I Overhead Doors / Alliance Garage Doors car started p. 8 for the 167 lap race. Moved into the top 5 and took over the lead on lap 75. Continued to run in the top 5 until the first caution on lap 102. Several drivers stayed out putting Justin coming out of pit road with 4 fresh tires starting back in p. 14. There would be four more cautions with the race ending under yellow. A gamble of short pitting to have tires to finish the race didn’t pay off and Justin was trapped in the back with a caution coming out on lap 150. Justin finished p. 19. Watch the race on YouTube here.
Tonight was Round 9 and the start of the second half of the 2016 NASCAR Peak Antifreeze Series. 167 laps at Chicagoland. Justin qualified the Alliance Garage Doors / C.H.I. Overhead Doors car in p. 11 to start the race. There would be only one caution at lap 34 but it occurred while Justin was on pit road dropping him from p. 10 to p. 24. By lap 67, Justin had raced back into the top 10. The race would stay green and after two more green flag pit stops Justin finished in the Top 5. See the race on YouTube here.
The race did not go as planned at Pocono during Round 6 of the NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series on Tuesday, 5/5. Justin in the #36 Alliance Garage Doors / C.H.I. Overhead Doors car started the 100-lap race in p. 6. While running in the 7 th spot at lap 20, the #32 had merged back onto the track from a pit stop when he went around. Justin was able to avoid the spinning car and continue. On the restart on lap 26, Justin was battling side by side with #33 coming into Turn 2 whenthe two cars touched sending Justin spinning but he was able to save it and continue with left front damage. The caution would come out again on lap 50 for a single car spin. At lap 55 after the restart, two cars collided sending everyone scrambling. As Justin was trying to make it through, his car was hit several times from cars spinning out of control. There was too much damage to the #36 for Justin to be able to continue. Disappointing race at Pocono. On to Charlotte. See the replay of the race here.