The Target and McDonald’s team had to start the Heluva Good Sour Cream Dips at Watkins Glen International on Monday morning after the rain on Sunday forced postponement of the 90 lap event. Juan Pablo Montoya and the Target team returned to the race over the weekend to defend their 2010 race win. The No. 42 Chevrolet qualified in the fifth position and would lead four laps before closing out the race in the seventh position. Jamie McMurray started from the 14th-position and was challenged early when they had to make an unscheduled stop within the first five laps. They overcame the lost track position throughout the race and made their way back to a top-20 finish in 17th-position.
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With only six races remaining to make the cut-off for the Chase, the Target and Bass Pro Shops teams were looking to bring home some solid results and gain some positions in the point standings at Pocono.
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The Mercedes-Benz design team is “Team of the year” and receives Two “Best of Best” titles in the Automotive Brand Contest 2011.
Jamie McMurray came home in fourth-place and Juan Pablo Montoya was credited with a 28th-place finish at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway.