Gus Dean settles for 12th at Bristol after late-race parts failure

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Bristol Motor Speedway | Bush’s Bean 200 Race Recap

Team: No. 32 MASHONIT Apparel Co. Chevrolet  

Driver: Gus Dean

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Start: 23rd (2020 ARCA owner points)

Finish: 12th; Running (195 | 200 laps completed)

Gus Dean Quote: “It was a blast to get back in the ARCA car and take on Bristol Motor Speedway again. We were having a decent race fighting for a top-10 finish.

“Starting at the back, we had to pedal forward and not put ourselves in a predicament trying to get past the slower cars. We got to the back half of the top-10 and I spun out trying to fight for eighth.

“Luckily, we bounced back from that and raced back inside the top-10 when the upper control arm broke with about five laps to go and that hindered our chance of finishing in the top-10.

“We’ll pick up the pieces and move onto to Memphis next week.”

ARCA Menards Series Next Up: Toyota 200 presented by Crosley Brands at Winchester Speedway on Sat., Sept. 19, 2020, at 3:00 p.m. (ET) live on MAVTV.  


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