Austin Cindric grabbed his fourth victory of the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity season at Road America. But with a doubleheader in Dover International Speedway, his favorite tracks, coming up soon in the Xfinity Schedule, he could be set for more wins this month.
In the last five Xfinity races, Cindric has won the four of them and finished second in one. For the latest race at Road America, he came from third on the final restart and held off charging A.J. Allmendinger to claim the race.
Speaking about the win, Cindric said:
“We were able to get around (Pardus) and once A.J. got clear I knew I was running qualifying laps. This car was really fast on short runs. Those guys brought a great package and I tried to mind my p’s and q’s and put together two of my best laps to come home with the win. I am over the moon about it. This is the first place I ran an Xfinity race and I feel like every time I have come here we have had a shot to win. It feels great to do it and do it in front of fans and a home crowd from Menards.
“When I have a team behind me like I do this year and those guys are so loyal to me and do such a great job with the tools that they have. When it comes to me, it is my job to do the best with the tools I have. I feel like from the start of this year I have been getting the most out of the cars I have been driving and it is gratifying to see the results. I look for that to continue.
Cindric described this month of racing as a fun month, especially with his favorite track coming up in the schedule.
“It is a really fun month of race tracks with the Daytona Road Course and Dover, one of my favorite tracks and a double header there.
“We have a lot of race tracks that I am really looking forward to closing out the regular season.”
Austin Cindric hopes to find a cadence heading into the Coca-Cola 600 in half a month’s time. This weekend’s race at Texas will be completely exciting as the top drivers in the NASCAR Cup Series will fight it out at Texas Speedway for 1 million bucks. Austin Cindric will risk everything as there are no focuses, only the enormous satchel of cash.
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