Latest news on David Reutimann
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While racing hard for position on lap 145, Reutimann was involved in a multi-car accident
"The balance of the car kept going back and forth, but the team did a great job continually making changes and getting us better"
A multi-car accident sent Reutimann to the garage on the first lap of the race
NASCAR Nationwide points battle is tight as the drivers take on Bristol night race.
Working the fifth lap of the day, a missed shift racing through the esses resulted in damage to the engine of the No. 83 Toyota.
Owen Kelly ended running practice in 20th position.
No. 83 Burger King / Dr. Pepper Toyota Camry team finished in the 31st position on Sunday afternoon.
"I'm proud of the effort by our No. 83 Burger King / Dr. Pepper Toyota Camry team today," commented Reutimann.
With just 10 laps remaining, one of the front runners turned across the track causing a chain reaction from the other competitors.
David Reutimann started form guaranteed the 34th starting position for Sunday's Party and finished 32th
Trying to decide if your going to watch the NASCAR race at Watkins Glen this weekend. Watch the final laps from last year below and you will realize this is not a race you want to miss. Never dull, always action packed excitement.
McCumbee replaces David Reutimann who will concentrate on his Cup program.
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