McIntosh Hosts Millbridge House Party

SALISBURY, N.C. — Tuesday night turned into a house party for Cannon McIntosh. While McDermand tried to hunt him back down, McIntosh was already on the move behind them, up to third by lap four. And while he had already won the war for the lead, Miller and Avedisian kept it going for second. With 10 laps to go, McIntosh worked on making qualifying laps out of each one. 97 Toyota-power car as hard as he could in the final two laps, looking underneath McIntosh in the final corner, but the No. “I couldn’t see behind me, but I felt like we had a really good car,” McIntosh said. Don’t know how close [Miller] was behind us but felt really good.

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