Michigan International Speedway Review – Landon Cassill
CASSILL SCORES 26th-PLACE RUN AT MICHIGAN
BROOKLYN, Mich. – After a race’s absence from the JD Motorsports with Gary Keller Flex Seal Chevrolet, Landon Cassill returned to the cockpit Saturday and finished 26th in the Alliance Truck Parts 250 Nationwide Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
Cassill missed last week’s Nationwide race at Iowa Speedway because he was driving in the Party in the Poconos 400 Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway.
Cassill started Saturday’s race on the super-fast Michigan oval in 29th position. He ran near teammate Mike Wallace part of the day before slipping to 26th at race’s end.
“We had a pretty good Flex Seal Chevy today and felt like we were right on par with our teammate’s speed,” Cassill said. “I am excited to keep working on our program to continue to improve on our performance and reliability.”
The team next moves to the Road America road course in Wisconsin for race 14 on the Nationwide schedule.