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Topic - Jeremy Bullins
"It was systematic alternator failure," crew chief Jeremy Bullins said. "At that point, you go into safe mode, shut off everything you can, and hope the battery makes it to the end. We were losing power at the end, but we had enough to make it."
"We're certainly on a good streak; there's no getting around that," Bullins said. "We keep trying to make improvements to our cars, and building new cars and try to keep things moving forward."