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2014 Daytona 24: Ford Quotes - Scott Dixon
Posted by: ASkyler on Jan 26, 2014 - 03:56 PM
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2014 Daytona 24: Ford Quotes - Scott Dixon


SCOTT DIXON - NO. 02 TARGET/TELCEL/BIG MACHINE RECORDS FORD ECOBOOST RILEY

CHIP GANASSI RACING WITH FELIX SABATES

WHAT HAPPENED? "I started hearing some things under the floor, and then in that last stint it got real bad. Something started to peel back, and then the front end started to get really light, so we brought it in. It was really fun. Traffic was kind of crazy. Unfortunately for us, even at speed we didn’t have what the Corvettes had. We were doing the best that we could and Ford has done a hell of a job bringing this new engine to the 24 hours."

 

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