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Editor's Note: Potts' Shots will return next week.
Team owner Gene Haas does show up in the special, but not all that much. He doesn't even appear at all until after the halfway point of the show. Given that he may not have been present for much of the build, he's been viewing things (partially) from afar. He's generally happy with the progress but while Haas was in Barcelona for the entire two weeks of testing, he only appears once.
Grosjean and Gutierrez came off as being quite impressed with how far the team has come in their time with the organization. Grosjean appears to be more confident than Gutierrez but spirits appeared to be relatively high for a startup team.
Frontstretch Line of the Week
From Beyond the Cockpit: Ryan Blaney Bringing Success Back to the Wood Brothers
Two-Headed Monster: Should NASCAR Bring in More Manufacturers?
Eyes on XFINITY: Why NASCAR Must Listen Carefully
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Q: In 2002, the Virginia 500 at Martinsville rolled off with Kenny Wallace driving the Goodwrench No. 29. That was not the norm at the time. What happened that resulted in Kevin Harvick having to sit out the race?
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