Chase Briscoe: There are 100 different things I would have done differently

“We’ve obviously struggled really bad the last month-and-a-half and to have a good car like that and had a car capable of winning "

by Sead Dedovic
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Chase Briscoe: There are 100 different things I would have done differently

The Coco-Cola 600 was one of the more interesting races, and there was a lot of excitement, and that’s why we love NASCAR so much. Chase Briscoe was close to his goal, but he spun out after trying to overtake Kyle Larson.

Briscoe had something to say after the race and believes they had a car that could have done a lot more, so he admitted his mistake in everything. “We’ve obviously struggled really bad the last month-and-a-half and to have a good car like that and had a car capable of winning and I threw it away, plain and simple.

I’m glad we were able to at least get back to fourth. It’s unfortunate. There are 100 different things I would have done differently if I could re-do it again, but obviously, you’re racing at the moment and I made a mistake and went too far,” Chase Briscoe said, as quoted by firstsportz.

Kyle Larson incident

The incident with Kyle Larson is similar to the one he had against Tyler Reddick in Bristol, but he also explained the difference. “I’m sure it looked the same. The move was totally different.

With Reddick, I was going in there to try to get there and I didn’t have an opportunity to get there, whereas with Kyle I knew there was no way I was gonna drive in there and clear him,” said Chase Briscoe. Although he ended up in 4th place, he thinks he could have done much more, but he is still proud of the team and all those who are his help.

“I wish I could do it all over again. I just was running 110 percent. I probably should have been running 95. Just super proud of everybody at SHR. I’m glad we were able to get back to fourth, but we definitely had a lot better race car than fourth,” added Chase Briscoe.

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