- Trevor Bayne, No. 99 Diamond-Waltrip Racing Toyota Camry - finished 29th - now 14th in points.
Trevor Bayne Race Summary: Diamond-Waltrip Racing driver Trevor Bayne had a fantastic run come to a screaming halt with just two laps remaining in Saturday’s Heluva Good! 200 from Dover International Speedway. The 19-year-old driver started the race 23rd but with a solid race car and great pit stops worked his way into the top 10 with just under 100 laps remaining in the race. Bayne continued to climb the leader board and was shown fifth with 50 laps to go. Unfortunately, on the next-to-last restart, Denny Hamlin got into Clint Bowyer triggering a nine-car accident that collected the No. 99 Diamond-Waltrip Racing Toyota. The accident brought out an 11-minute, 42-second red flag and ended the day for the youngest fulltime driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Bayne finished the event 29th seven laps down to the leader. He is now 14th in the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship point standings.
UPDATE: Bayne was send to local hospital for further evaluation on his left foot. X-ray's were negative and Bayne is scheduled to be in the No. 99 during the Daytona New Car test on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
NNS Racing Results
- Kyle Busch won the Heluva Good! 200, his 34th victory in 184 NNS starts
- This is his fourth victory and eight top-10 finish in 2010
- This is his second victory and seventh top-10 finish in 12 races at Dover International Speedway
- Ryan Newman (second) posted his second top-10 finish in five races at Dover International Speedway.
- Jamie McMurray, Reed Sorenson and Jason Leffler rounded out the top five
- The race featured four lead changes among three drivers.
- The race was slowed by six cautions for a total of 25 laps.
- NASCAR estimated 33,000 race fans in attendance at Dover.
TREVOR BAYNE, No. 99 Diamond-Waltrip Racing Toyota
- Bayne started 23rd and finished 29th
- Worked his way into the top five with just under 50 laps remaining in the race
- Ran inside the top 15 for the majority of the race
- Great pit stop by the over-the-wall crew during the second pit stop helped Bayne pick of five spots on pit road
- Involved in an incident on the final restart received major damage and was forced behind the wall
- Finished 29th, seven laps down to the leaders
BAYNE QUOTE: “Our Diamond-Waltrip Toyota was pretty good today. My pit crew did an awesome job for me this weekend. However, we just got tangled up in someone else’s mess. That was probably one of the hardest hits I have taken in a race car. My ankle was a little sore after but it’s going to be okay. Just going to rest it a little over the next couple of days.”