"I led the first four laps, and I thought I was running pretty good," said Rispoli. "I looked back once and saw (Dominguez) right on my butt, and I pretty much thought it was going to be a nice, clean race between me and him. He made a good move and for a couple laps there, I was able to hang. Then I had a little moment going through the Keyhole and tucked the front. I saw that we had a pretty substantial lead [over third], and it was going to be hard to reel him back in. I just had to conserve my tires and bring it home in second place for the points, and that's what we did. I saw those lappers at the end and knew [Gillim] was going to be on my back wheel and I was waiting for a move. I tried to get by the traffic in weird spots where he couldn't get by, and it looks like it worked. It was a good race, it just is what it is."