A commitment line violation set pole sitter Carl Edwards back in Sunday’s Bad Boy Off Road 300 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
But to Edwards’ credit, his crew rallied and worked to get him back up in the field, to eventually finish with a sixth place showing. It may not have been the win or the top five that Edwards hoped for, but Edwards felt positive about his showing.
“I made it back to sixth-place so I’m pretty happy with the result considering what we had,” Edwards said. “Now we head to Dover with a little bit of a point cushion so Dover is one of my favorite race tracks, one of my best tracks and this team should have won this race in the spring so hopefully we can go there and lock ourselves into the next round.”
Catch the entire Edwards interview in the video above.