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Wednesday, July 6, 2022
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Dean Thompson Wins Crash-Filled Daytona Charity Shootout

 

It was a wild night on the virtual high banks at Daytona International Speedway, as many real-world drivers, iRacing veterans, and Toby, competed in the NASCAR Report Daytona Charity Shootout Presented by Alpha Prime.

Dean Thompson – who will drive full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series next season for Niece Motorsports — was able to capture the victory, as the top-five drivers were collected in a final lap accident, that derailed their chances at the victory.

Ryan Ellis finished in second after being involved in the accident, while Bryden Lindauer, Lawless Alan, and AJ McCarron – yes, that AJ McCarron — rounded out the top-five. Jared Caylor, Riley Marabello, Nathan Reynolds, Garrett Miller, and Thomas Lloyd rounded out the top-10.

TobyChristie.com’s Toby Christie was – to many people’s surprise — running in the lead pack at the white flag, but was caught up in the large last-lap accident, bringing his No. 70 TobyChristie.com entry home in 14th.

Things weren’t all roses and rainbows for Christie though, after causing a massive accident before the one-third mark of the event, which saw his car fly into the catch fence and many other drivers get caught up.

However, the story of the night was the yellow flags, all nine of them, and the subsequent quick repairs. In the 60-lap event, competitors were allowed three quick repairs, many of which were used. In fact, Anthony Alfredo – who finished 24th — only completed 26 laps before he had used all three quick repairs and got into another wreck.

Official details regarding the charity of Thompson’s choice and the exact amount to be donated, have yet to be officially announced.


Race Highlights:


Race Results:

  1. 40 – Dean Thompson
  2. 71 – Ryan Ellis, -1.624 sec.
  3. 62 – Bryden Lindauer, -1.692 sec.
  4. 45 – Lawless Alan, -3.903 sec.
  5. 24 – AJ McCarron, -5.772 sec.
  6. 58 – Jared Caylor, -14.865 sec.
  7. 92 – Riley Marabello, -16.287 sec.
  8. 51 – Nathan Reynolds, -17.486 sec.
  9. 93 – Garrett Miller, -21.750 sec.
  10. 13 – Thomas Lloyd, -25.880 sec.
  11. 7 – Jayden Carter, -26.051 sec.
  12. 1 – Kenny Brady, -26.600 sec.
  13. 9 – Jake Drew, -27.973 sec.
  14. 70 – Toby Christie, -31.385 sec.
  15. 3 – Hunter Fox, -32.495 sec.
  16. 2 – Jasper Lenglade, – 1 lap
  17. 31 – Tim Dugger, -1 lap
  18. 25 – Toni Breidinger, -2 laps
  19. 65 – Danny Bohn, -5 laps
  20. 21 – Daniel Dye, -7 laps
  21. 34 – Stephen Mallozzi, -8 laps
  22. 00 – Troy Sabott, -19 laps
  23. 44 – Rajah Caruth, -30 laps
  24. 15 – Anthony Alfredo, -34 laps
  25. 77 – Ethan Harrison, -50 laps
Joseph Srigley
Joseph Srigleyhttp://tobychristie.com
University of Windsor | Business Administration - Supply Chain & Data Analytics Editor at TobyChristie.com

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