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Toyota Racing – NCS Daytona Duel 1 Recap

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Martin Truex Jr. Leads Toyota In Duel 1 at Daytona
Rookie Christopher Bell also scores top-10 finish

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 13, 2020) – Martin Truex Jr. (seventh) was the highest-finishing Toyota driver in Duel 1 at Daytona International Speedway on Thursday.

Toyota Post-Race Recap
NASCAR Cup Series (NCS)
Duel 1 – Daytona International Speedway
150 miles, 60 laps
Thursday, February 13, 2020

TOYOTA FINISHING POSITIONS
1st, Joey Logano*
2nd, Aric Almirola*
3rd, Ryan Newman*
4th, Brad Keselowki*
5th, Darrell Wallace Jr.*
7th, MARTIN TRUEX JR
9th, CHRISTOPHER BELL
11th, DENNY HAMLIN
20th, CHAD FINCHUM
22nd, DANIEL SUÁREZ
*non-Toyota driver

TOYOTA QUOTES

DANIEL SUÁREZ, No. 96 Toyota Certified Used Vehicles Toyota Camry, Gaunt Brothers Racing

Finishing Position: 22nd

What was the communication coming off of Turn 4 that led to the contact?

“There was not communication. The 2 (Brad Keselowski) car all of a sudden started to slow down and obviously it was either wreck him or go to the right and I thought the 12 (Ryan Blaney) was going to give me a little more room, but obviously he didn’t.

What happened out there?

“The 2 (Brad Keselowski) car, he started getting his hand out of the window super, super late and I didn’t see him. When I started going out, the 12 (Ryan Blaney) was there.”

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