Kaulig Racing Race Recap | Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 – Daniel Dye 

NKP #10: Daniel Dye, Kaulig Racing, bproauto parts Chevrolet Camaro
  • Daniel Dye qualified 24th for the Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 at Texas Motor Speedway. 
  • Settling in during stage one, the No. 10 bproauto Chevrolet became aero free and spun out, causing the first caution of the day. Making every effort to recover, Dye drove back to 22nd by the end of the stage. Relaying a loose-handling condition, Dye pitted for four tires and chassis adjustments.
  • The caution flag waved with nine laps to go in stage two. Battling a loose No. 10 Chevy, Dye pitted for four tires, and an air pressure and wedge adjustment. The decision was made to bring Dye back down pit road for a second time for a track bar adjustment of the left rear. Dye completed the stage being cautious in an attempt to save on tire wear. He did not pit and started stage three in the 17th position.
  • During the caution on lap 102, running 18th, Dye radioed, “I’m not confident to put steering wheel into it.” Resuming the race on lap 107, scored 18th, he continued to battle his No. 10 Chevy, relaying he was too tight and needed the front to turn better. Dye ultimately took the checkered, solidifying a 24th-place finish in the Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 at Texas Motor Speedway.

“Long day trying to learn and get laps but we fought hard all day and learned a lot of things that we can build on in the future. I am appreciative of bproauto and Champion Container for their continued support. ” 

– Daniel Dye

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