No. 34 Love's Travel Stops Ford
Started: 27th | Finished: 16th
"It was a crazy race. The one wreck was OK and fair and square, and I was kind of in the middle of it all. We fixed the car real pretty well, though. It wasn’t that badly damaged. The second wreck I was clear of it and there was just one last straggler that hooked me and that was just too bad. It kind of killed the car enough to where we didn’t have speed from that point. But I'm proud of the effort from our Love's team. We had a good Speedweeks."
Cassill on Daytona
"I think the new format for this year is going to have a huge impact. I think it's really going to change the way our crew chief and engineers strategize a 500-mile race. I think you're going to see the field flip multiple times during a race, not just at the superspeedways, but at a lot of the tracks. I would be willing to bet that our first impression of this new format in Daytona is that you're going to see a bunch of cars taking a risk and pitting on their own on Lap 43 and getting off-sequence. I think you're going to see the field get off-sequence a lot this season. It's going to be really interesting.
"It's fun to get going at Daytona every year, but I'm especially excited to get on track this year with our new No. 34 Ford and Love's Travel Stops. We're going to have a bright yellow car on track, so you won't be able to miss us. And I'm so excited, I can't even tell you, to race with David (Ragan) at superspeedways. He knows how to push. He knows where to be. Front Row Motorsports has a history of running well at plate tracks, and we're going to work to get Love's its first victory."
Saturday, Feb. 25, 10am - Love's Travel Stops at I-95 Exit 273 (Ormond Beach)
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