Wolfe, last year's championship-winning crew chief with Keselowski and the No. 2 Ford team, said being gone was tougher than he expected. “I'm a hands-on kind of guy and for me to be able to watch the car in practice and see how it runs around other cars is important," he said Friday at Dover International Speedway, scene of this weekend's 400-lap, 400-mile Sprint Cup race on Sunday afternoon. “It's important to see all that and make decisions on what changes to make. Everyone who stepped up and helped out did a great job and did all that we could ask, but obviously, it's just not the same.