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Michael Annett started the Subway Jalapeno 250 at Daytona International Speedway from the 17th position. At the drop of the green flag, Annett was shuffled out of line and slipped back to the 23rd position, before he could find an opening and get back in line with the rest of the 43-car field. Once Annett was able to get back in the draft, he steadily improved his position and was running in 13th when the first caution flag of the day flew on Lap 9. Prior to coming into the pits, Annett relayed to the crew his Pilot Flying J Ford was fast and he was happy with the handling. Crew Chief Philippe Lopez called for fuel only on the first stop of the day and Annett left the pits in the 7th spot.
Continuing to run inside the top-10, Annett keyed the mic on Lap 20 and communicated to Lopez and crew his No. 43 machine needed to be a tick tighter. The second caution flag of the day flew on Lap 42 allowing Lopez to call Annett into the pits for four fresh tires, fuel and an air pressure and we...
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Annett has seven career starts in the Nationwide Series at Daytona
Annett enters this weekend’s event in seventh-place in the Nationwide point standings
Annett’s best finish (sixth) at the famed 2.5-mile superspeedway came in 2011
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Here’s a recap of how the Ford Racing drivers faired in the Subway Jalapeno 250 from Daytona as well as some quotes from the drivers. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. led the Ford banner by finishing 2nd, Michael Annett was right behind him in 3rd place, then there was Josh Richards in 16th, Bryan Silas in 20th, and Jeffrey Earnhardt in 30th place.
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