Chastain scores top-five despite “unacceptable” speeding penalty


In a gamble, Chastain’s No. 1 Chevrolet team elected to take just two new tires when the field pit under a late-race caution for a wreck involving Corey LaJoie.Chastain came off pit road second behind Kyle Larson, who had dominated the race and took four new tires.On the restart with 27 of 267 laps remaining, Chastain battled side-by-side with Larson in an attempt to grab the lead and follow up …Keep reading Source

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