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Jamie McMurray — Finished 35th: So, typically it will run a while. I wish I had stayed against the wall.
Chase Elliott — Finished 36th: But it popped really big and then I kind of got stopped and got to messing with it and it popped really big again. We had a really good car today and yeah, almost, just barely clipped him Jamie McMurray. I just hate it. So many guys fell out today. I feel like half the top 16 has crashed. William Byron — Finished 37th: Then in the wall the first time off Turn 2 and we were able to fix it after that and then pitted again, same spot, so just kind of ended our day after that.
Kevin Harvick — Finished 39th: We were going to finish top 10 no matter what. Brad Keselowski kept the momentum alive that he generated with wins at Darlington and Indy by winning the South Point at Las Vegas. The win locks Keselowski into Round 2 of the playoffs.
It also gives Roger Penske his th win for the organization. Kyle Busch spun by himself on Lap and drove into the infield grass. He stayed on the lead lap and finished seventh. Joey Logano spun his tires on two late race restarts.
He fell two spots at the end and finished fourth. Kurt Busch sustained damage when Alex Bowman hit him on a late-race pit stop. Back in traffic, he crashed with two laps remaining in regulation.
Ryan Blaney got pinched into the wall during Stage 1 but did minimal damage before finishing fifth. Kyle Larson had a flat near the end of Stage 1 and had to take a wave around at the beginning of Stage 2 to remain in contention. Other than slight contact with Blaney early in the race, Aric Almirola kept his nose clean and finished sixth.
Austin Dillon had to drop the back of the pack to start the race after making unapproved adjustments. He rebounded to finish 11th. Clint Bowyer slapped the wall with 10 to go. He got caught in an accident with two laps remaining in regulation after David Ragan and Michael McDowell crashed. Alex Bowman cut a left front with 10 to go after getting into the side of Kurt Busch. Jimmie Johnson was running in the top 10 until he hit the wall hard with 10 to go and was forced to pit.
Chase Elliott had nowhere to go when Jamie McMurray cut a tire and hit the wall. He crashed and failed to finish, credited with 36th. Jones finished last 40th. Denny Hamlin spun into the infield on Lap and ripped the front splitter off. Click here for complete results. Michigan International Speedway — 24 2. Indianapolis Motor Speedway — 23 2. Pocono Raceway — 22 4. Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course — 21 5. Watkins Glen International — 17 6. Bristol Motor Speedway — 16 6. McMurray 1 8 K.
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That has allowed the field to gain ground as the playoffs loom. Brickyard If qualification and practice are rained out on Saturday, the unknowns rise exponentially and this essentially becomes a guessing game. Golf Central Latest golf news and analysis.
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It sounds like he knows where he will race next year - although he has not told us yet. Toyota won the manufacturer's championship, becoming the first manufacturer to win the manufacturer's championship other than Chevrolet since The season also marked the second season of a new television contract.
The season also marked the final season with Sprint as the series sponsor as Monster Energy took over the title sponsorship starting in All cars began using a digital dashboard starting in The dashboard only provided information that was available on manual gauges and lap times, but there were plans to work in tire pressure readings and other telemetry to drivers, teams, and fans at home. With the schedule announcement also came the announcement of NASCAR securing a five-year contract with each track to continue to host races over the next five seasons.
Speedweeks started with the Sprint Unlimited. The race saw several multicar crashes, including one that sent the race into overtime. During the overtime period, a clean restart occurred before another multicar crash caused the race to end under yellow.
Qualifying for the front row of the Daytona took place the following day. Rookie Chase Elliott won the pole, becoming the youngest Daytona pole winner ever at the age of 20 years, 2 months, and 17 days. Matt Kenseth joined Elliott on the front row by qualifying second. The following Thursday, the Can-Am Duels took place to set the remainder of the starting lineup for the Daytona The second duel race was won by Kyle Busch ahead of a last-lap crash that involved multiple drivers including Jimmie Johnson , Martin Truex Jr.
Elliott started on pole, but was taken out of contention by an early spin through the grass that destroyed the front end of his car. Several other small wrecks occurred throughout the race including a spin by Brian Vickers that caused Trevor Bayne and Carl Edwards to make contact, a single-car wreck that sent Earnhardt into the wall, and a wreck between Danica Patrick and Greg Biffle.
On the last lap, Hamlin passed Kenseth for the lead and beat Truex Jr. Folds of Honor QuikTrip Kurt Busch started on pole after his younger brother Kyle Busch's pole-winning qualifying time was disallowed, resulting in him starting in the rear.
The race used the new low downforce package and saw few caution flags. Kenseth led several laps but went two laps down after a miscommunication following a pit road penalty. Kevin Harvick led the most laps but Johnson took the lead after pitting early during the final round of green-flag pit stops.
After a cut tire from Ryan Newman sent the race into overtime, Johnson would win the race under caution after a multicar wreck involving Aric Almirola and 3 others occurred following a clean restart. The win was the 76th career win for Johnson, tying Dale Earnhardt. Kurt Busch led the field to green after a brief delay due to rain showers.
The race was plagued by high winds, with a sandstorm hitting the track at one point from laps — Jimmie Johnson led the most laps in the race. A few wrecks occurred including one involving Regan Smith and Kyle Larson and a multicar wreck that took Matt Kenseth and Chase Elliott out of contention.
Kyle Busch had the lead in the closing laps, but was passed by Brad Keselowski , who went on to win the race. Kyle Busch started from the pole and led the early part of the race. Kahne's crash into the wall sent the race into overtime, where Harvick beat Edwards in a photo-finish, followed by Denny Hamlin , Kyle Busch, and Earnhardt, Jr.
Harvick won his 8th career race at Phoenix. Austin Dillon started the race from the pole. A number of drivers had tire issues throughout the race, including Kyle Larson , who crashed into the inside wall hard.
Another incident occurred with Kasey Kahne and Danica Patrick got together, sending Patrick into the wall. Kevin Harvick led the most laps in the race. The race went into overtime after Kyle Busch got into the wall from a blown tire. Joey Logano started on the pole and led early before fading. A few incidents occurred during the race including an early spin by Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Kyle Busch led the most laps and went on to win the race, his first career win at Martinsville and completing the weekend sweep as he won the Camping World Truck Series race the day before. Kyle Busch was followed by A. Carl Edwards led the field to green after a two-hour delay from rain. During the final caution, Truex Jr. On the restart, Kyle Busch was able to get around Truex Jr. Kyle Busch was followed across the finish line by Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Carl Edwards started the race from pole position as Dale Earnhardt Jr. Matt Kenseth led several laps in the early part of the race. Kyle Busch experienced tire issues, a spin, and pit-road speeding penalties before a cut right-front tire sent him hard into the wall a little past halfway, ending his race. Kenseth also had a right-front tire issue that sent him into the wall and knocked him out of contention.
Kyle Larson experienced a broken track bar that left him multiple laps down. Denny Hamlin and Aric Almirola both got into the wall late in the race in separate crashes. Edwards would go on to lead the most laps and win the race, his first of the season. Edwards was followed by Earnhardt Jr. Kevin Harvick started from pole after qualifying was rained out and the field was set by practice speeds. The race saw long green-flag runs in the early part of the race.
In the later part of the race, a few incidents occurred including a cut tire from Tony Stewart , who made his first start of the season after missing the first eight races due to an offseason back injury, and a wreck from Brian Scott.
In the closing laps, Kyle Busch held the lead with Edwards close behind. On the final lap, Edwards did a "bump and run" move to take the lead from Kyle Busch and score his second straight win. Chase Elliott was on pole position for the race. The race was threatened by rain and featured intense racing and numerous multicar wrecks. Early in the race, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Under this caution, Ty Dillon relieved Tony Stewart , who made his second start of the season since returning from a back injury.
Near the middle of the race, a 7-car wreck occurred that saw Chris Buescher flip multiple times. Carl Edwards got into Earnhardt Jr. Kahne would also be involved in a second wreck.
Toward the later part of the race, several crashes occurred, including " The Big One ", which involved 21 cars, and a hard wreck involving Danica Patrick and Matt Kenseth that saw Kenseth go airborne and ride along the infield wall upside down. Brad Keselowski won the race as a multicar wreck occurred coming to the checkered flag that involved Kevin Harvick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. However, a loose wheel following a green-flag pit stop took him out of contention for the win. Late in the race, Denny Hamlin , Joey Logano , Brad Keselowski , and Kyle Larson were involved in a wreck battling for position near the front of the field.
Under this caution, Kyle Busch stayed out while other drivers came to pit road for fresh tires. In the closing laps, Kyle Busch was able to hold off Kevin Harvick on older tires and win the race, his third win of the season and first career win at Kansas. AAA Drive for Autism. Kevin Harvick won the pole after qualifying was rained out and the starting order was set by first practice speeds. Harvick led before and after the competition caution on lap Early in the race, several single-car wrecks occurred that involved drivers including Matt DiBenedetto , Austin Dillon , and Michael Annett.
The race was nerve rattling towards the end. Brad Keselowski ran into the lapped car of Austin Dillon while leading, cutting down his tire. Tony Stewart blew his engine and spilled oil on the track. On a restart with 46 laps to go, leader Jimmie Johnson could not get going and bunched up the field, causing a large wreck which involved 18 cars. Carl Edwards crashed into the inside wall on the following restart. The race restarted again with 35 laps to go and the end came down to a battle between Matt Kenseth and Kyle Larson.
Larson came close numerous times to get the lead, but Kenseth put the block on Larson and won his first race of the season. In the Sprint Showdown, which was postponed from Friday evening to Saturday morning due to rain, Ryan Blaney was black flagged for jumping a restart near the end of the first lap segment, allowing Trevor Bayne and Chase Elliott to battle to the finish, with Bayne edging Elliott at the line to advance to the All-Star race.
Austin Dillon started off leading the second lap segment, but Greg Biffle took the lead five laps in and pulled away from the field to win and advance. Kyle Larson led the final lap segment and battled with Chase Elliott before edging out Elliott to win and advance. Elliott and Danica Patrick finished first and second in the Fan Vote to advance, bringing the field up to 20 cars. Kevin Harvick won the pole for the All-Star Race after the field was set by owner points due to qualifying being rained out.
Harvick led much of the first lap segment but gave up the lead to make the required green-flag pit stop. Everyone made the stop except Matt Kenseth , who was leading when Jamie McMurray spun out with five laps left in the segment and was unable to make his stop. He was penalized one lap for failing to stop, creating a scoring confusion that occurred when NASCAR allowed cars trapped one lap down by Kenseth, who were now on the tail-end of the lead lap, to pit in front of new leader Carl Edwards.
Some of those cars came off pit road behind the leaders, one lap down, and were originally scored on the lead lap. However, the issue was corrected and those cars were sent to the rear. Brad Keselowski lead to green on the start of the second lap second, which required a green-flag pit stop before lap 85 lap 35 of segment 2. A few laps into the segment, a caution came out for water in turn two, and Kevin Harvick made several pit stops due to what appeared to be fuel pump problems.
When the race restarted, Chase Elliott attempted to make his required pit stop, causing Matt Kenseth to slow up and get turned into the wall, collecting Tony Stewart and Kasey Kahne. Greg Biffle's car was also damaged after clipping Elliott's right rear. After the restart, everyone else made the required green-flag stops, and Kyle Busch , who assumed the lead after pit stops, received a speeding penalty and dropped to 13th.
Keselowski assumed the lead, but lost it to Kyle Larson took the lead from Keselowski, who won the second segment. A random draw of 9, 10, or 11 at the end of the segment determined that the top 11 cars had to pit for four tires. This gave the lead to 12th-place Jimmie Johnson for the final segment, with Kyle Busch lining up alongside.
On the restart for the final segment, Kyle Larson took the lead back from Johnson and began to pull away from the field, but was caught by Joey Logano. Larson and Logano ran side-by-side until the two made contact sending Larson into the wall. Logano continued on to win ahead of teammate Brad Keselowski. Truex dominated, leading of laps.
A few incidents happened during the race including a cut tire from Kasey Kahne early in the race, a pit-road penalty for Joey Logano , and a cut tire that sent Kyle Busch into the wall late in the race. Truex won the race to set the record for most laps led in a race at Charlotte and most miles led in a NASCAR race by leading for miles.
Axalta "We Paint Winners" Brad Keselowski won the pole for the race. The race was postponed from Sunday afternoon to Monday afternoon due to persistent rain. Joey Logano got a jump on teammate Keselowski on the start and led early.
A competition caution for rain from the day before. Matt Kenseth got the lead off of pit road and led until Chase Elliott got by on a restart after Kenseth and Kyle Busch battled for the lead. Elliott dominated the race and was able to pull away from the field on the next several restarts. Tony Stewart got loose in turn two and crashed into Danica Patrick. Michael Annett also hit the wall hard in turn two.
At one point, Kyle Busch hit the wall and had to go to the garage; on the pit stops under that caution, teams executed differing pit strategies, allowing Martin Truex Jr. However, Truex's right-rear tire went down, and he had to return to the pits. On the restart, Jimmie Johnson got loose and crashed into the wall, sending him to the garage. Joey Logano won the pole for the race. Logano, who has not scored a win this season, dominated the race leading laps. Chase Elliott led for the second week in a row and led a bunch of laps, but fell back after failing on a restart.
There were 8 cautions during the race including Martin Truex Jr. Logano pulled away from the field on the final restart and held off Chase Elliott, who almost did not have enough fuel to make it to the end, to score his first win of and second at Michigan. Carl Edwards started the race from pole position. Early in the race, Clint Bowyer suffered an electrical fire in his car that sent him to the garage.
Denny Hamlin led the most laps in the race. Late in the race, Tony Stewart made a green-flag pit stop right before a caution came out for debris. The rest of the field came to pit road under the caution while Stewart stayed out and inherited the lead.
On the last lap, Hamlin passed Stewart for the lead in turn 7, but Stewart was able to regain the lead from Hamlin in the final turn and win the race, his first win of the season and first since With this win, Stewart pulled within nine points from making the top 30 in order to be eligible for the Chase.
Greg Biffle won the pole for the race. The first half of the race was calm. Brad Keselowski dominated, leading laps. Edwards would again be involved in a wreck with 5 laps to go that sent the race into overtime. Keselowski held off Kyle Busch to win for his first victory at Daytona as Kurt Busch went for a slide through the infield grass after getting tapped by Joey Logano. Kevin Harvick won the pole after the field was set by owner points due to qualifying being rained out.
Harvick dominated the race and led the most laps. The repaved track proved to be a problem for multiple drivers. Jimmie Johnson spun and hit the wall, taking him to the garage. Joey Logano blew a tire and smacked the wall, ending his day early. Rookies Chase Elliott and Ryan Blaney crashed out of the race together.
A big wreck happened, involving 8 cars.