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Special Article

Jun 14 - 2019

They Said It

June 07, 2019, Former NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) champion Greg Biffle returned to the series for the first time since 2004 and drove his Kyle Busch Motorsports Tundra to the win at Texas Motor Speedway. They Said It
It was a winning week across the United States with Toyota-backed teams scoring six victories in five states: Michigan, Texas, New Jersey, Indiana and Colorado.
Former NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) champion Greg Biffle returned to the series for the first time since 2004 and drove his Kyle Busch Motorsports Tundra to the win at Texas Motor Speedway. It was the seventh win for the No. 51 Tundra in nine NGOTS events this season. 

Ryan Tuerck scored his first Formula Drift win since 2015 as he walked away the victor at Wall Stadium Speedway in New Jersey. Tuerck defeated his Toyota-teammate Fredric Aasbø to score the win at the fourth event of the Formula Drift season and moved inside the top three in the point standings. 

Michael Self continued his strong performance in the ARCA Menards Series by picking up his third win of the season at Michigan International Speedway. Self had the dominate car throughout the race, but was running second in the closing laps due to strategy. However, Self was able to pass the race leader on the final corner to stretch his points lead to 70 points.

In a wild finish, Hailie Deegan score her second NASCAR K&N Pro Series West win of the season with a last lap bump-and-run over her teammate Derek Kraus. Deegan took the lead on lap 89 (of 155) and drove away before a late-race caution bunched the field together.

Reigning USAC champion Logan Seavey added to his trophy case by scoring the overall Indiana Midget Week crown. Seavey won one race and scored three additional podium finishes in the five events to win the week-long series.