Blaney and company will try to avoid a similar fate this weekend and try to put what they learned last year to good use.
On the Kentucky Speedway Re-Pave:
“I thought the re-pave at Kentucky was okay last year. I thought the track got a little bit of a bigger lane, a bigger groove. Hopefully it widens up a bit more so we can get some two-wide racing going. That would really help it out.”
On His First Kentucky Cup Experience in 2016:
“We were super-fast there last year and got caught up in an accident. If we apply what we learned last year, we should be good.”
On His History at Kentucky:
“Kentucky has always been a good track for us (in the XFINITY and Camping World Truck Series), whether it was the really rough track a couple of years ago or this new configuration. It’s a place where I’ve enjoyed and our team has seemed to do very well. I like going to that area. The fans are always great and fun.”
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