|SOURCE: NASCAR Media|
The finish was Lewandoski’s second in a row in as many starts driving TriStar’s #10, driven for most of this year by all-time LASTCAR leader Jeff Green. This week, Green was given a ride in the team’s G-Oil-sponsored #44, which he drove to an impressive 15th-place finish.
Lewandoski qualified 22nd at an average speed of 150.313 mph, ranking him fifth among the sixteen "go-or-go-homers" who entered the race. This allowed him to easily beat the three drivers who did not qualify, including 2007 LASTCAR Nationwide Series Champion Morgan Shepherd and two-time 2012 last-placer Mike Harmon.
Lewandoski beat Rick Ware Racing’s Kelly Bires for last place by one lap, followed by T.J. Bell for The Motorsports Group. Behind Bell was defending LASTCAR Cup Champion Michael McDowell, who was making his first start for owner Jason Sciavicco in the #00 Toyota.
*This was the first last-place finish for the #10 in a Nationwide Series race at Dover.
THE BOTTOM FIVE
43) #10-Charles Lewandoski / 3 laps / vibration
42) #15-Kelly Bires / 4 laps / brakes
41) #47-T.J. Bell / 6 laps / vibration
40) #00-Michael McDowell / 6 laps / rear end
39) #42-Josh Wise / 6 laps / electrical
LASTCAR N'WIDE SERIES DRIVER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Jeff Green (12)
2nd) Mike Harmon, Kevin Lepage, Charles Lewandoski, Chase Miller (2)
3rd) Tim Andrews, Ryan Blaney, Joey Gase, Stephen Leicht, Danica Patrick, Tony Raines, Scott Speed, Josh Wise (1)
LASTCAR N'WIDE SERIES OWNER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) #10-TriStar Motorsports (14)
2nd) #46-The Motorsports Group, #47-The Motorsports Group, #52-Means Racing, #74-Mike Harmon (2)
3rd) #7-JR Motorsports, #36-Tommy Baldwin Racing, #42-The Motorsports Group, #70-ML Motorsports, #91-TriStar Motorsports, #08-Randy Hill Racing (1)
LASTCAR N'WIDE SERIES MANUFACTURER'S CHAMPIONSHIP
1st) Toyota (15)
2nd) Chevrolet (12)
3rd) Ford (1)