Christopher Bell hopes to 'pull another rabbit out of the hat" after unlucky end to NASCAR Las Vegas outing

Joe Gibbs Racing driver Christopher Bell had an unlucky day at Las Vegas Motor Speedway last Sunday.

 He was an unwitting spectator at Bubba Wallace Jr. and Kyle Larsson on lap 94, jeopardizing Bell's opening championship hopes.

Contacting his left rear panel with Larson's car sent Bell's car slamming hard against the wall. 

Although his team tried to repair it, his #18 Toyota Camry was badly damaged.

 As a result, Bell left the race early and was awarded 34th place.

Since he was dropped from the race, his chances of advancing to Championship 4 have diminished.

 He is currently ranked last among the playoff drivers in the championship standings.

Bale is once again at the bottom to be eliminated in the 2022 playoffs. Driver #20 was in a similar position going into the Round 12 elimination race at the Charlotte ROVAL,

 but revived his championship hopes with an impressive victory. To proceed to round 8. 

He would repeat the same performance in the remaining two races of the round at Homestead-Miami Speedway and Martinsville Speedway.

Speaking to the media during a post-race interview, Christopher Bell said he hopes to have another impressive victory, as he did at the Charlotte Motor Speedway road course.

Bell said:
"The good thing is that I feel better winning one of those two races than winning the Roval. 

We have very, very strong Camrys right now - all year round indeed. Let's see if we can get another one off the cap." Rabbits can be taken out."

"Just Disappointing" - Christopher Bell Not Happy with Las Vegas Motor Speedway's Results

Speaking to the media during a post-race interview, Christopher Bell said it was a disappointing result for him and that his performance enabled him to compete for the 2022 Championship.

 He further stated that he was implicated in Wallace's retaliation against Larson after he was sent to the outer wall.

Bell said:
"It's disappointing because our performance has been able to run for the championship and it doesn't look like we're going to make it.

 just disappointing. At just 23 years old, Bubba [Wallace] was rushed and apparently retaliated on his behalf. 

We took the short end of the stick."Pick up Christopher Bell at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday, October 23, 2022.


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