|SOURCE: Rubbin's Racin'|
The finish was the first for Cobb in 2012 and her first since New Hampshire, 17 races ago, when another engine failure kept her from completing the first lap.
Jo Cobb qualified 24th at a speed of 159.665 mph, ranking her second among the ten "go-or-go-homers" behind 22nd place Jeff Agnew. Pocono would be her eighth start of the 2012 season and her third in a row following a DNQ back at Kentucky.
Unfortunately, an engine failure prevented her from completing a lap of Saturday’s race. Teammate Chris Lafferty in the #0 retired a lap later with crash damage that did not bring out a caution.
*If there is another different last-place finisher at Michigan, the twelfth race of the season, 2012 will be the most competitive LASTCAR Truck Series championship since 2007, which also started with 12 different last-place finishers. Current LASTCAR Truck Series leader Wayne Edwards ended the 2007 streak with back-to-back finishes at Memphis and Kentucky.
THE BOTTOM FIVE
36) #10-Jennifer Jo Cobb / 0 laps / engine
35) #0-Chris Lafferty / 1 lap / crash
34) #38-Chris Jones / 3 laps / vibration
33) #75-Adam Edwards / 5 laps / vibration
32) #74-Scott Riggs / 6 laps / overheating
LASTCAR TRUCK SERIES DRIVER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Jeb Burton, Johnny Chapman, Rick Crawford, Grant Enfinger, Clay Greenfield, Jennifer Jo Cobb, Brandon Knupp, Jason Leffler, Brennan Newberry, Scott Riggs, Dennis Setzer (1)
LASTCAR TRUCK SERIES OWNER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) #27-Hillman Racing (2)
2nd) #10-Jennifer Jo Cobb, #14-Bob Newberry, #18-Kyle Busch Motorsports, #38-RSS Racing, #60-Turn One Racing, #68-Clay Greenfield Motorsports, #86-Clay Greenfield Motorsports, #74-Mike Harmon, #07-Ken Smith (1)
LASTCAR TRUCK SERIES MANUFACTURER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Chevrolet (6)
2nd) Dodge (3)
3rd) Toyota (2)