By: Pete Pistone – @PPistone | MRN.com on September 30, 2017 | four:forty P.M. EST&#thirteen;
Ryan Blaney scored his sixth profession victory and first at Dover. (Photograph: Getty Photographs)&#thirteen;
Ryan Blaney gained Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Collection Drive Sober 200 at Dover Worldwide Speedway
Blaney obliterated the sector main 136 laps and taking the checkered flag with almost a 5 second lead over second place Justin Allgaier.
The Staff Penske driver dominated the afternoon in his Fitzgerald Gliders Mustang.
“Yeah, it’s actually onerous to get a automotive like that and to be trustworthy we didn’t have it within the first run,” Blaney stated of his dominating efficiency. “We have been slightly bit off on the primary run. We made some nice modifications after the primary Stage to get it higher to the place it must be. We truly obtained it higher for the final run.
“I feel this staff does an incredible job with that of perhaps not firing off the best however they know the right way to work on it and make it higher all through the race. As a driver that each one you possibly can ask for, nice modifications all through. It’s superior to get to Victory Lane with Fitzgerald.”
Allgaier helped his playoff efforts with a second place end however admitted he had nothing for Blaney.
“He was simply too robust,” Allgaier stated. “We labored on our automotive and it acquired higher because the race went on in order that’s a very good end for us and we’ll look to proceed the momentum subsequent week in Charlotte.”
William Byron, Daniel Hemric and Brennan Poole rounded out the highest 5.
Matt Tifft, Daniel Suarez, Cole Custer, Elliott Sadler and Brendan Gaughan accomplished the primary 10 finishers.
The NASCAR XFINITY Collection now heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway subsequent Saturday afternoon for the ultimate race of the opening spherical of the playoffs.