Found August 25, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog: Yardbarker Blogger Network
PLAYERS: Dakoda Armstrong
Bristol, TN. –  Armstrong and his No. 98 EverFi Toyota Tundra team headed to Bristol Motor Speedway with high hopes for another solid finish in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS.) However, with only 52 laps under his belt, Armstrong had to pull his truck behind the wall to get worked on because of a lack of breaks. It was a tough break for the EverFi team that ultimately wouldn’t end their night, but would take them out of contention for another great finish. They would end the NCWTS UNOH 200 in the 30th position.   “It ended up being a disappointing night for me and my team, but I really feel like we had a strong truck on long runs. The fastest lap we ran in practice was with 62 laps on our tires. We thought we were going to be really fast in the race. My team worked really hard to put together this EverFi Toyota, and I wish the night would have turned out differently.” The No. 98 EverFi crew, led by crew chief Dan Stillman, worked hard in both practices to get Armstrong...
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