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2016 Iowa: Kaz Grala NASCAR Truck Race Recap
Posted by: newsla on Jun 20, 2016 - 06:21 AM
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2016 Iowa: Kaz Grala NASCAR Truck Race Recap


Start: 4th
Finish: 29th
Owner Points Position: 25th

 
Late-Race Incident Relegates Kaz to a 29th-Place Finish at Iowa Speedway

Kaz Grala, driver of the No. 24 Allegiant Travel Chevrolet Silverado, earned a 29th-place finish after a late-race wreck in Saturday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Speediatrics 200 at Iowa Speedway. This event marks Kaz’s third start with GMS Racing.

Kaz earned a fourth-place starting position for Saturday night’s event, after competing in all three rounds of NCWTS qualifying. The fourth place qualifying effort is the highest starting position of Kaz’s NCWTS career.

Kaz fought a loose-handling chassis throughout the 200-lap event. During the first caution of the day crew chief Jeff Stankiewicz called Kaz to pit road for four tires, fuel and a track bar adjustment to help tighten the loose-handling chassis, with the No. 24 Allegiant Travel Chevrolet restating on lap 53 in the 13th position. The Westborough, Mass., native reported that he was still battling a loose-handling chassis into and off the corners. When the caution clock expired on lap 104,Kaz returned to pit road for four tires, fuel and another track bar adjustment, lining up to restart the No. 24 Allegiant Travel Chevrolet in the 15th-position. On lap 149, Kaz was involved in an incident coming off of turn four, spinning and making contact with the wall causing damage to the right front fender and left rear bumper. Kaz brought out the third caution of the day, but the No. 24 team went to work, making multiple stops on pit road to work on the chassis damage. The late race incident resulted Kaz to cross the start-finish line in the 29th position, 11 laps down.

KAZ GRALA QUOTE:
“We started out strong with a great qualifying effort but that was not the finish we were hoping for at Iowa. I was battling a loose-handling chassis throughout the race. I just lost control of the rear in turn four, spun and made contact with the wall. I want to take what I learned from Iowa and come out even stronger at Gateway (Motorsports Park) next weekend.”

NEXT RACE:
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will return to action on Saturday, June 24 at Gateway Motorsports Park.

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