How New England Drivers Performed Over The Weekend At Atlanta

Saturday afternoon started off with the Camping World Truck Series race which was taken by C. Heim with Berlin, CT’s Ryan Preece finishing in 7th at the checkered flag.

That race was followed by the NASCAR Xfinity Series event later in the afternoon which saw Ty Gibbs winning that one while Brett Moffit came in 14th in the Our Motorsports entry. Moffit’s teammate Anthony Alfredo of Ridgefield, CT was not far behind in 16th place.  Team owners, Cape Cod’s Chris and Mary Our are Harwich, MA residents.
Next up was Sunday’s NASCAR’s Cup Series race with Wiliam Byron taking that crash fest with some 46 lead changes.  Corey LaJoie came in 5th at the finish.  Corey’s dad is a two-time Xfinity Champion who grew up in Norwalk, CT.  Middletown, CT’s, a NASCAR Cup Champion, Joey Logano ended his day in 9th place.
Next stop for the NASCAR’s three division Circus is the first road race of the 2022 season next Saturday March 26 at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin TX.
Josef Newgarden ended up winning the Indy Car race at Texas Motor Speedway while Woodbury, CT’s Santino Ferrucci was among the missing in Atlanta.  Instead, he returned to the Indy Cars at TMS and ended up in ninth place when that race finished.
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