Chicagoland Speedway marked the debut for Germán Quiroga and his No. 77 NET10 Wireless Toyota Tundra at the 1.5-mile venue. Quiroga has found success on the intermediate tracks this season managing top-10 and top-15 finishes at Kentucky and Kansas respectively. Quiroga started the EnjoyIllinois.com 225 in the 23rd position but was immediately on the move after the green flag waved. By lap 23 he had put himself into 14th and battled for position for the majority of the race. With an ill-handling race truck just past the half-way mark, Quiroga moved back to 20th trying to hold onto track position in his NET10 Wireless Tundra. Quiroga maneuvered his way back through the field to gain five additional spots by races end, finishing 14th.
Germán Quiroga talks about his finish at Chicagoland Speedway:
"It was a tough night for our NET10 Wireless Toyota Tundra. We couldn't ever really find the right balance for the truck and just couldn't get the track position that we needed. We'll take what we learned here and go on to Las Vegas."