Bell leads Truex in all-JGR front row for Loudon Cup race

Bell leads Truex in all-JGR front row for Loudon Cup race

Bell, who participated in a Goodyear tire test at the track earlier this season, went out late in the final round of Saturday’s qualifying and his average lap speed of 124.781 mph held up to give him the pole for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup race.
Bell’s first victory of the 2022 season came at New Hampshire a year ago after starting fifth.
The pole is his first of the 2023 season and fifth of …Keep reading

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