MEARS’ TOP-10 RUN INTERRUPTED, ENDS UP AS COLLATERAL DAMAGE

Player Management International Media Release Martinsville, VA (October 26, 2014) – Casey Mears and the GEICO team came into Martinsville riding the top-10 wave from the GEICO 500 at Talladega. Mears sat as high as first on the practice chart and qualified 20th, however a late-race incident on Sunday thwarted what would have been a top-10 run for the Germain Racing team. After lining up 20th for the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500, the early stages of the race found Mears a bit tight in his GEICO Chevy, so the team began readying their strategy for first round pit stops. Despite a lap three caution, the first pit opportunity would not come until lap 18 and Mears came to pit road for four tires, fuel and a track bar adjustment, to help what he described as “super tight.” With opportunities read more »