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Top-10 Again for 5-Hour Energy at Fontana

5-Hour Energy Racing driver Steve Wallace brought home another impressive performance in the #66 Toyota Camry with a sixth place finish in the Stater Bros. 300.

This week's Top-10 at Auto Club Speedway is Wallace's second consecutive for the season and keeps the momentum going for the 5-Hour Energy crew.

Wallace started the weekend with a fast car. He posted the fourth fast time of 41.222 seconds (174.664 MPH) during Friday's practice and was one of only five that to make it into the top-ten in both of the day's practice sessions. When it came to qualifying, Wallace got the 5-Hour Energy car within striking position for the big show with a 12-place grid position.

After the two hours and six minutes of racing, 12 lead changes ,and four cautions, Wallace had moved up to sixth place just behind pole-sitter Joey Logano. Wallace and his 5-Hour Energy Camry are headed to Sin City for the Sam's Town 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway sitting solid in seventh for the NASCAR Nationwide championship. You can catch the race on ESPN2 at 4 p.m. EST.

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