Corey LaJoie denies favouring HMS after losing out to Chase Elliott in Atlanta

“Didn’t Come Here to Be a Good Friend” – Corey LaJoie denies favouring HMS after losing out to Chase Elliott in Atlanta

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Corey LaJoie almost became the 14th different NASCAR Cup Series winner Sunday in what would have definitely been “a Cinderella story”.

Hendrick Motorsports driver Chase Elliott used a block to take home the victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway securing his third Cup win of the year.

A win would have moved LaJoie closer to a playoff spot however he would need another 30 points to be eligible.

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 “I’ll watch it back probably 100 times. I’ll replay it 100 times in my head on the way back on the plane, but I don’t think I’d change anything right now, because I was going for it, and I was not content to push (Elliott) to the win. Said LaJoie.

Corey LaJoie went in victory lane to congratulate Chase Elliott.

There’s a little bit of a Chevy alliance and Hendrick help here and there, but I didn’t come here to be a good friend to somebody. He concluded 

Corey LaJoie made a desperate late push for the lead, but Chase Elliott fended him off to win rye race, the Spire Motorsports man ended up wrecking but had no regrets about his actions.

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