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Late caution costs Montoya much-needed victory
Montoya has been plagued by loose wheels, flat tires, a fuel pump problem, a gearbox issue _ the list goes on and on. And when management stepped in and replaced his front tire changer before Kansas, Montoya was stymied in that race by another loose wheel.
So to have the chance to run out front Saturday night, and to show his No. 42 team is far better than the results indicate, was a small victory for Montoya and his crew.
“I do feel bad for Juan, he has struggled the last two or three years,” Bowyer said. “I really thought he was going to win that race. … That was his race. When you see a guy getting beat up and having an opportunity like that _ we’re all human. If you don’t have a shot at it, you’d just as soon see somebody that hadn’t won in a long time win it.”
Montoya was OK in the end. He was smiling on pit road, able to shrug off the caution that cost him the race.
“We had a great car. Same as last week, we had a great car,” Montoya said. “The pit crew redeemed themselves. They did a great job all day, no mistakes. That is what we needed. We needed to come out of here and be smart.”
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