"For a while, I was looking in my mirrors and all I could see was Adrien Brody, so I knew he was coming," Thieriot said. "I think we actually made a little contact a couple times there. Then on that last lap, he was all over me and I'm thinking he must really want second place bad. I tried to go really deep into the last hairpin, but I knew he was going to go underneath me. Then he got loose and I saw a small hole and I just went for it."
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