Help Alex Lloyd win the “Firestone Tire-ific Move of the Race”

Lloydmug Alex Lloyd's task was daunting. After qualifying 22nd out of 25 racers for Sunday's Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma, he wanted to move his No. 19 car from the back of the pack to a good finish.

Mission accomplished. Thanks to hard work overnight to improve Lloyd's car, the BSA Motorsports and Dale Coyne Racing team helped Lloyd catapult over the competition and into a 10th-place finish.

"Our strategy worked really well, and our changes to the car overnight really gave us a very good race car, one that we could move through the field quickly with," Lloyd said after his third top-10 finish of the season.

The drivers he left in the dust weren't the only ones who noticed the big jump. IndyCar Racing also took note and nominated him for its weekly "Firestone Tire-ific Move of the Race."

That's where you come in. Be sure to vote for Lloyd's big move by clicking here and scrolling down. You'll see the box to vote on the right side. Voting closes Thursday, so be sure to vote today.

You'll also want to catch Lloyd and the BSA IndyCar this weekend as he races in the PEAK Antifreeze and Motor Oil Indy 300. Watch it starting at 7 p.m. (ET) Saturday on Versus.

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