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Armstrong Ready To Take On The Monster Mile
Posted by: newsla on May 28, 2014 - 07:06 AM
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Armstrong Ready To Take On The Monster Mile


This weekend, Dakoda Armstrong is ready to take on the Monster Mile. While Armstrong considers Dover (Del.) International Speedway one of the toughest tracks on the NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule, he's up for the challenge.

 

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As an organization, Richard Petty Motorsports has four starts at the Monster Mile in the Nationwide Series and never finished outside of the Top-15. The team's best finish of third at the track came in the fall race in 2012 with Michael Annett behind the wheel.

Armstrong has two starts at the one-mile track in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He earned his best finish of 20th at the track in 2012. The New Castle, Indiana native will look to improve on that this weekend.

"Dover is a tough track for me. I think it's tougher than Darlington. Unlike most drivers, Darlington was a fun place for me. I don't know if it's the concrete surface, but Dover is a very tough track to get a hold of. You're going so fast, and it's only a mile long. You can definitely feel the transition going into Turn One, so you have to really be on your toes throughout the whole race. It's fun, but it's definitely tricky.

"The team has a pretty good record at Dover, so it makes me feel pretty confident going into the weekend. They've never finished outside of the Top-15 here, so I think Philippe (Lopez) and the team have the track figured out. I think we'll unload well and be able to take advantage of the practice time."

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