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APR 30, 2022 | Ford Performance Staff

Pair of Mustangs Finish Top-10 at Dover

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DOVER, Del. - Riley Herbst finished 9th and Ryan Sieg 10th to pace Ford. Herbst ran inside the top-10 for the majority of the afternoon, while Sieg came form the rear of the field to begin the race up into the top-10. Sieg stands 8th (-140) with Herbst 9th (-150) in the driver standings. Ford is 3rd in the manufacturer’s standings, trailing 2nd-place Toyota by 25 points. The series resumes next Saturday at Darlington Raceway (1:30 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).

9th - Riley Herbst
10th - Ryan Sieg
17th - Parker Retzlaff
28th - Joe Graf Jr
35th - David Starr 

Riley Herbst, No. 98 Monster Energy Ford Mustang (Finished 9th)
“I think we were more of a top-five car for sure. Just lost track position there in the first stage and then got it back by passing some good cars in the second stage. Then we made a strategy call to try to win the race and it just didn’t pan out for us. It was a smart call. It was the right call. It just didn’t break our way and we had to fight our way back to ninth from there.”

Ryan Sieg, No. 39 A-GAME Ford Mustang (Finished 10th)
“It was a struggle coming from the back here where it is super hard to pass. Especially when you are on the loose side like we were. We were hanging on most of the day and trying to pass people and it is tough here. All in all it was a good day for the A-GAME Ford Mustang. We just gotta qualify and get up there and race with those guys and not try to play catch-up most of the day. We made good adjustments, we just have to get a little bit better. We have more notes now, so hopefully it will carry over to Darlington and we can get a little better and qualify.”

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