Below are the Post-Race results for TriStar Motorsports for the Food City 300:
Mike Bliss Finishes 17th: Mike Bliss and the No. 10 M&W Logistics Camry qualified 22nd for the Food City 300 Friday morning. Bliss’s team made adjustments to the car during qualifying to get the Camry race ready. Due to the rain delay at the start of the race, NASCAR called a competition caution at lap 60. When the first caution came out at before the competition caution, the No. 10 team decided to stay out to maintain position. Bliss was running 21st when the competition caution came out and reported to the team that his Camry is tight off. When the caution flag waved at lap 184, Bliss reported that his Camry was still loose in while running 18th. The team decided to take the wave around under this caution. With 59 laps to go, Bliss was running 13th and was reporting that he was loose in and off and the team took four fresh tires, fuel and adjustments. Mike Bliss and the No. 10 M&W Logistics Camry brought home a 17th place finish at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Eric McClure Finishes 20th: After qualifying 31st for the Food City 300, McClure was ready to turn 300 laps at his home-track. With 16 laps complete, McClure was running 28th and when the first caution flag was shown McClure reported his No. 14 Hefty®/Reynolds Wrap® Camry didn’t have front grip in the center of the turns and came to pit road for tires and adjustments. After restarting 29th, McClure came on the radio and said his No. 14 Camry was still lacking grip in the center and that his Camry was not too tight on exit. Under caution, McClure pitted for fuel and a track bar adjustment and restarted 26th. McClure worked his way through his teammates wreck with the help of his spotter and once the caution flag returned after the red flag, McClure pitted for fuel and an adjustment. With 84 laps to go, McClure was scored in the 24th position and was reporting that his Camry needed more rear grip. The No. 14 Hefty®/Reynolds Wrap® Camry came to pit road for an air pressure adjustments and restarted 20th. Eric McClure brought home his track-best finish of 20th at his home-track of Bristol Motor Speedway.
Hermie Sadler Finishes 24th: Hermie Sadler and the No. 19 VA Lottery Camry did not have a good start to their race day morning. During qualifying, Sadler got heavy damage to the rear of the car and Sadler drove the car behind the wall for the No. 19 crew to assess and repair the damage. Starting in the 39th position, Sadler was ready to work his way through the field at the drop of the green flag. When the competition caution came out at lap 60, Sadler came to pit road for adjustments. Running 32nd at lap 79, Sadler was moving through the field and by lap 126 he was scored in the 28th position. When a caution came out for Sadler scraping the wall, he brought the No. 19 VA Lottery Camry to pit road four for four tires, fuel and the team used bare bond to repair the rear of the car. With 184 laps to go, Sadler was scored in the 27th position and came to pit road under caution for a track bar adjustment. With 84 laps remaining, Sadler was running in the 26th position and would advance two positions to finish the 300 lap race 24th.
David Starr Finishes 31st: After qualifying 30th for the Food City 300, David Starr and the No. 44 Build Your Future/NCCER Camry were ready to work their way through the field after the drop of the green flag. At lap 60 when the competition caution came out, Starr reported that his Camry was loosing forward bite on the drive off the corner. The team pitted for four tires, fuel and a track bar adjustment. At lap 106, Starr was running 22nd and not soon after Starr was spun on track and received heavy front-end damage. The red flag was shown while the No. 44 Camry was on pit road and once the caution flag came out, the No. 44 team went behind the wall to repair damage. The No. 44 BYF/NCCER crew worked diligently to get Starr back out on track. Starr returned to the track and with 106 laps to go he was scored in the 35th position. Starr would advance four positions to finish the race 31st.
Next Race: The NASCAR Nationwide Series heads to Atlanta Motor Speedway for the Great Clips 300 Benefitting Feed The Children under the lights on Saturday, August 30th.