Over the past 24 hours I have been trying to process and understand everything that went on during my first road coarse race at Sonoma Raceway. There were a lot of ups and downs, but at the end of the day, our day could have been a lot worse. The No. 27 Trinity Energy Ford ended up P12 out of 38 cars, which is good considering we got spun around with about 20 laps to go causing us to fall back to as far as P29.
It's hard to be happy with a 12th place finish when I know we could have been mixing things up in the top 10. In the bigger picture, while we had some bad luck, we also escaped a lot of bad luck and more importantly - we never gave up. Thank you to my amazing team that consistently give me a great car and never stop believing in me.
We now turn our focus to the next NASCAR K&N event which is at the Stateline Speedway in Post Falls, Idaho.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR K&N Pro Series West points leader Chris Eggleston and his fellow competitors will have new competition heading into the Carneros 200 Saturday when NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship leader William Byron and other East Coast contenders roll into town.