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In second place, Licata had his work cut out for him in our Bad Penny project car. He was trailing Kyle Tucker, of Detroit Speed, by a hair over a tenth of a second, so he knew he had to go all out for his final runs. After two laps, he became the first car to break into the 35-second territory with 35.771 and 35.776-second runs. This moved him into first place, but could he stay there?