A crapshoot.

That’s what many teams and drivers chalk up Daytona to be, but at Hillman Racing, they’re not settling for the luck of the draw that is characteristic of this superspeedway. Driver @LandonCassill will start third in the Coke Zero 400 after qualifying was cut short due to rain, but he thinks it’s no coincidence his team will be at the top of the heap come green flag on Saturday.

[Read the rest of Tori’s article on PopularSpeed.com]

Tori covered the Coke Zero 400 weekend at Daytona International Speedway as a guest writer for racing website Popular Speed.