Drew Dollar earns a fourth-place finish in his first trip to Bristol Motor Speedway.



MOORESVILLE, N.C. (April 7, 2019) – DGR-Crosley had four entries in Saturday’s Zombie Auto 150 at Bristol Motor Speedway. An early incident on lap one of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race left three of the team’s Toyota Camry’s with severe damage. Natalie Decker and Riley Herbst were forced to retire early, while Tanner Gray was able to salvage a 10th-place finish in his damaged Camry. Drew Dollar was the top-finishing DGR-Crosley driver after collecting a fourth-place finish in his first trip to The Last Great Colosseum. 

The Zombie Auto 150 at Bristol Motor Speedway will be broadcast on NBCSN on Thursday, April 11 at 4:00 p.m., ET.

Drew Dollar | No. 54 Dollar Concrete Construction Toyota Camry

Practice: 11th

Qualifying: 9th

Race Result: 4th

Point Standings: 5th

Dollar on Bristol: “I had a blast racing around Bristol today and learned so much about the track. We obviously wanted a better finish, but we are going to take the fourth place finish and move on. Glad to be taking my Camry back home with no damage. Really excited that we get to come back here [Brisol] again later in the season.”



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