Nascar 2016 schedule pdf

Nascar 2016 schedule pdf DEFAULT

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

68th season of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

Jimmie Johnson, the Sprint Cup Series champion, his record-tying seventh title
Joey Logano, finished 4 points behind Jimmie Johnson in second place
Kyle Busch, finished 5 points behind Jimmie Johnson in third place
Carl Edwards, finished 33 points behind Jimmie Johnson in fourth place in the final season of his career

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was the 68th season of professional stock car racing in the United States and the 45th modern-era Cup series season. The season began at Daytona International Speedway with the Sprint Unlimited, the Can-Am Duel and the Daytona The season ended with the Ford EcoBoost at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Jimmie Johnson of Hendrick Motorsports won his seventh drivers' championship, tying Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for most all-time. 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. During the season, races were broadcast in the United States by Fox Sports and NBC Sports.

marked the final season for three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart,[1] season champion Bobby Labonte, time race winner Carl Edwards, and time race winner Greg Biffle, and the final current Cup years for Brian Scott, Josh Wise, Brian Vickers, Michael Annett, Patrick Carpentier, Eddie MacDonald, Robert Richardson Jr., Ryan Ellis and Alex Kennedy. Four-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon also came out of retirement mid-season as a relief driver for Dale Earnhardt Jr., who sat out the second half of the season with a concussion. Gordon made his final start at Martinsville Speedway in October, sharing driving duties with Alex Bowman. also marked the first season that Joe Nemechek did not start a Cup race since his career began in

The season also marked the final season with Sprint as the series sponsor as Monster Energy took over the title sponsorship starting in [2]

Teams and drivers[edit]

Chartered teams[edit]

There were 37 full-time teams in

Non-chartered teams[edit]

Complete schedule[edit]

Limited schedule[edit]

Changes[edit]

Teams[edit]

  • Michael Waltrip Racing ceased its operations after , shutting down the No. 15 and No. 55 teams.[3] Waltrip made plans to run the Daytona with sponsor Maxwell House. Waltrip ran the No. 83 for BK Racing in the Daytona with DiBenedetto moving to the No. 93 in a third BK Racing car for the race.[4] Waltrip also ran the Talladega race in May in his old No. 55 now running under the Premium Motorsports banner. This car had been the No. 62 in
  • Wood Brothers Racing returned to full-time racing in for the first time since [5]Ryan Blaney remained as driver, marking the first time the team would full-time with one driver since [5] The team ran 19 races in [5]
  • Front Row Motorsports downsized to two full-time teams in , shutting down the No. 35 team. The team also received technical support as part of an alliance with Roush Fenway Racing.[6] The team fielded the No. 35 car for David Gilliland in the Daytona and the other 3 plate races.[7] He failed to qualify for the Daytona and the Talladega October events (but made Talladega in May and Daytona in July).
  • BK Racing downsized to two full-time teams in , shutting down the No. 26 team. The team fielded the No. 26 car for Robert Richardson Jr. in the Daytona [8]
  • Circle Sport and Leavine Family Racing merged to form Circle Sport&#;– Leavine Family Racing. The team ran the full race schedule with the No. 95 in a Chevrolet, forming a technical alliance with Richard Childress Racing. The No. 33 team was shut down. Ty Dillon ran five races with crew chief Todd Parrott, including the Daytona with Michael McDowell driving the other 31 with crew chief Dave Winston. The team fielded a second car, the No. 59, in the Daytona and Ford EcoBoost for McDowell.[9]
  • Premium Motorsports hired Mike Hillman to head up its operations in , bringing over Mark Hillman&#;– who served as the No. 40's crew chief&#;– and most of the staff from the No. 40 team, therefore shutting that team down on a full-time basis. Premium Motorsports ran only one full-time team with Cole Whitt in the No. 98 in , shutting down the No. Whitt drove for Front Row Motorsports in the now defunct No. 35 in Hillman still ran the No. 40 with Reed Sorenson in the Daytona The second Premium team was reactivated at Martinsville as the No. 55, with Sorenson driving.[10]
  • Premium Motorsports leased their charter to HScott Motorsports No. 46 for the season.[11]

Drivers[edit]

  • Chase Elliott moves up from the Xfinity Series to the Sprint Cup Series for Hendrick Motorsports, replacing Jeff Gordon in the No. 24, who retired after the season.[12]
  • Clint Bowyer replaced Justin Allgaier in the HScott Motorsports No. 15 (renumbered from No. 51) for , before replacing the retiring Tony Stewart in the No. 14 for Stewart-Haas Racing in Bowyer ran the No. 15 for the now closed Michael Waltrip Racing team in [13]
  • Brian Scott replaced Sam Hornish Jr. in the Richard Petty Motorsports No. 44 (renumbered from No. 9). Scott ran for Richard Childress Racing in the Xfinity Series in [14]
  • Chris Buescher moved up from the Xfinity Series to the Sprint Cup Series for Front Row Motorsports, replacing Brett Moffitt and other various drivers in the No. Buescher ran six races in the No. 34 in and won the Xfinity Series Championship with Roush Fenway Racing in the No. He is on loan from Roush Fenway Racing, with Roush providing additional technical support for him in [15]
  • Landon Cassill replaced David Gilliland in the Front Row Motorsports No. Cassill ran for Hillman Racing in the No. 40 in [16]
  • Jeffrey Earnhardt ran at least 20 races in the No. 32 for Go FAS Racing. Bobby Labonte continued to run the four restrictor plate races. The team had multiple drivers in [17]
  • David Ragan replaced J. J. Yeley and Jeb Burton in the BK Racing No. Ragan drove full-time for various teams&#;– mostly in a substitute role due to injuries&#;– in , mostly for the now defunct Michael Waltrip Racing No. [18]
  • Regan Smith replaced Alex Bowman in the Tommy Baldwin Racing No. 7. Smith ran for JR Motorsports in the Xfinity Series in [19]
  • On February 1, , Tony Stewart was sent to the hospital after he injured his back in a non-racing accident in the desert.[20] Stewart-Haas Racing announced on February 4 that Stewart would miss the beginning of the season.[21][22] Nine days later, former Michael Waltrip Racing driver Brian Vickers was hired to take Stewart's place for the Daytona [23] Vickers and Ty Dillon shared the car until Bristol. Stewart returned to the 14 car at Richmond. For Talladega, Stewart practiced and qualified the car, and then switched with Ty Dillon in the first opportunity during the race. Afterwards, Stewart returned full-time at Kansas.[24]
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. suffered from concussion like symptoms following the race in Kentucky and was replaced by Alex Bowman at New Hampshire and Michigan.[25][26]Jeff Gordon came out of retirement to replace Dale Jr. at Indianapolis, Pocono, Watkins Glen, and Bristol.[26] It was announced on August 30, that Earnhardt would miss the rest of the season and that Bowman and Gordon would share the car for the final 12 races of the season. Gordon drove at Darlington, Richmond, Dover, and Martinsville while Bowman drove at Chicagoland, New Hampshire, Charlotte, Kansas, Talladega, Texas, Phoenix, and Homestead.[27]

Crew chiefs[edit]

  • Brian Pattie took over crew chief duties on the No. 16 Roush Fenway RacingFord with Greg Biffle, replacing Matt Puccia. Pattie was the crew chief for the Michael Waltrip Racing No. 15 and No. 55 cars in [28]
  • Matt Puccia took over crew chief duties on the No. 6 Roush Fenway RacingFord with Trevor Bayne, replacing Bob Osborne. Puccia was the crew chief on the No. 16, driven by Greg Biffle in [29]
  • Bob Osborne took over crew chief duties on the No. 34 Front Row MotorsportsFord with Chris Buescher, replacing Derek Finley. Osborne was the crew chief for Trevor Bayne in [29]
  • Chad Johnston took over crew chief duties on the No. 42 Chip Ganassi RacingChevrolet with Kyle Larson, replacing Chris Heroy. Johnston was the crew chief for Tony Stewart in [30]
  • Mike Bugarewicz took over crew chief duties on the No. 14 Stewart-Haas RacingChevrolet with Tony Stewart, replacing Chad Johnston. Bugarewicz was the race engineer on the No. 4, driven by Kevin Harvick, the previous two years.[31]
  • Billy Scott took over crew chief duties on the No. 10 Stewart-Haas RacingChevrolet with Danica Patrick, replacing Daniel Knost. Scott was the crew chief for the Michael Waltrip Racing No. 15 and No. 55 cars in [32]
  • Randall Burnett took over crew chief duties on the No. 47 JTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet with A. J. Allmendinger, replacing Brian Burns. Burnett was the team engineer on the No. 42, driven by Kyle Larson, in [33]
  • Mike Wheeler took over crew chief duties on the No. 11 Joe Gibbs RacingToyota with Denny Hamlin, replacing Dave Rogers. Wheeler was the crew chief for the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20 in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in [34]
  • Dave Rogers took over crew chief duties on the No. 19 Joe Gibbs RacingToyota with Carl Edwards, replacing Darian Grubb. Rogers was the crew chief on the No. 11, driven by Denny Hamlin, in [34]
  • Chris Heroy took over crew chief duties on the No. 44 Richard Petty MotorsportsFord with Brian Scott, replacing Kevin Manion. Heroy was the crew chief for Kyle Larson in [35]
  • Patrick Donahue took over crew chief duties on the No. 23 BK RacingToyota with David Ragan, replacing Joe Williams. Donahue was the crew chief for the third BK Racing car, the No. 26, in [18]
  • Wally Rogers took over crew chief duties on the No. 32 Go FAS RacingFord, replacing Clint Cram. Rogers was the crew chief for the part-time Leavine Family Racing No. 95 in

Manufacturers[edit]

Rule changes[edit]

  • saw the introduction of a charter system in a deal reached between NASCAR and the Race Team Alliance. Thirty-six teams would hold a charter, which guarantees them a spot in the field for all 36 races. To be eligible for a charter, a team had to be running full-time since the season. Charter owners may transfer their Charter to another team, for one full season, once over the first five years of the agreement.[37]
  • Charter teams are held to a minimum performance standard. If a Charter team finishes in the bottom three of the owner standings among all 36 Charter teams for three consecutive years, NASCAR has a right to force the sale of the charter.[38]
  • NASCAR also reduced the size of the Cup field from 43 to 40 cars.[38]
  • Teams may sell their Charters on the open market before each season.[39]
  • Organizations had a hard cap of four cars; prohibiting a fifth car for rookie drivers.[39] For example, Joe Gibbs Racing had planned to run Erik Jones on a limited Cup schedule in addition to the full Xfinity Series schedule; if they wanted to run Jones in any Cup races, under this new rule they would have had to farm him out to another team, likely Furniture Row Racing, who was seeking to add a second team in
  • Due to the charters and reduction of field size, the qualifying procedures were revised. The final four spots for non-chartered teams are determined by qualifying results. If qualifying was rained out, practice speeds were used. If practice and qualifying are rained out, owner points were used. For the Daytona only, the final four teams are the highest non-charter finisher in each duel plus the two highest qualifiers that did not clinch a spot in the duel.[40]
  • Due to the field shortening from 43 to 40 cars, the point system was revised to 1 point for 40th place up to 40 points for 1st place. All other bonuses points, including the win bonus and laps lead bonus points, are the same.[40]
  • also introduced the "Overtime Line" as a modification for the green–white–checker finish rule. After taking the green flag, if a caution appears before the leader has reached the overtime line, the restart was waved off and another attempt would be made. There were an unlimited number of attempts for this, however once the leader reaches the line, the next flag ended the race. The placement of the overtime line varied from track to track.[40]
  • Starting at Kentucky, if qualifying gets rained out the field would be set by the point standings. If the field was over 40 cars, the drivers who were on open teams that are further up in points made the race while the drivers low in standings failed to make the race.[41]
  • On July 7, , it was announced that any driver that was part of an open team that made the Chase was guaranteed a spot in all 10 Chase races.[41]

Technical changes[edit]

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.[42]

At all tracks except Daytona and Talladega:

  • The rear spoiler height was reduced from 6 inches to inches.
  • The front splitter leading edge was reduced from 2 inches to inches.
  • The radiator pan width was reduced from 38 inches to 33 inches.
  • Rear gear ratios were adjusted to maintain 9, RPM maximum.
  • For tracks shorter than miles in length, the third gear ratio was [43]

At Daytona and Talladega:

  • Engine roller lifters replaced solid lifters, adding around 10 horsepower to each car.
  • Restrictor plates had the openings reduced from 29/32 inches to 57/64 inches to counter the horsepower increase.
  • Starting at the July Daytona race, each car ran a standardized radiator and oil cooler system.[43]

Safety enhancements at all tracks:

  • There must be an on-board fire suppression system activation cable routed to the dash or right-hand side leg board.
  • There must be a right-hand side double NACA duct to cool drivers at tracks where the side window is used.
  • Seat belt restraint systems must meet increased specifications.[43]

Other changes:

  • All track bar and wedge wrenches must be painted yellow.[44]
  • NASCAR changed inspection methods, reducing pre-race inspection time but increasing the amount of time teams have to present their cars for pre-qualifying inspection. In addition, NASCAR utilized new inspection methods aided by Microsoft Surface tablets to further increase efficiencies.[45]
  • Beginning at the May Talladega race, NASCAR began enforcing lug nuts again, a practice which was discontinued after the season. The rule now required all 5 lug nuts on all 4 wheels must be "installed in a safe and secure manner." If during post-race inspection a wheel is found to be missing a lug nut or a lug not is not secured, it was an automatic P3 penalty resulting in the crew chief, tire changer, and tire carrier each receiving a one race suspension and fine. The change comes after mass criticism, particularly from owner-driver Tony Stewart, about poor safety practices occurring from lack of enforcement.[46]
  • Starting at the fall Talladega race, NASCAR allowed teams to run additional anti-intrusion panels at superspeedway races. The components are optional for , required at superspeedway races in , and required at all races in The changes come as a result of the investigation into the horrific last lap crash suffered by Austin Dillon in the Coke Zero [47]

Schedule[edit]

The final calendar&#;– comprising 36 races, as well as exhibition races, which are the Sprint Unlimited, Can-Am Duel qualifying duel races for the Daytona [48] and the Sprint All-Star Race&#;– was released on October 26, 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.[49] Key changes from include:

  • The Easter off-week was placed late-March between Fontana and Martinsville, instead of the mid-April break between Martinsville and Texas as in recent years.
  • The Coke Zero at Daytona returned to its usual Saturday night date.
  • The spring race at Richmond moved from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon.
  • Michigan and Bristol swap their August race dates to avoid a scheduling conflict with the Summer Olympics being hosted on NBC.
  • The third off-week has been moved to mid-August between Watkins Glen and Bristol, instead of the usual late-August break between Bristol and Darlington. This has been done so as to avoid a scheduling conflict with the Summer Olympics being hosted on NBC. The aforementioned Olympics conflict forced one race occurring during the games (Watkins Glen) to be moved to USA, marking the first time USA has broadcast a NASCAR Cup race since the UNO Twin s. (The other race occurring during the games, at Bristol, aired on NBCSN.)
  • The first race at Dover and the Memorial Day week swapped dates, so the last race before the All-Star Race is Dover instead of Kansas.
  • In the Chase for the Championship, the three rounds preceding the final race, originally named the Challenger, Contender and Eliminator rounds, were simply renamed the Round of 16, the Round of 12 and the Round of 8 respectively.
No Race Title TrackDate
Sprint UnlimitedDaytona International Speedway, Daytona BeachFebruary 13
Can-Am DuelFebruary 18
1 Daytona February 21
2 Folds of Honor QuikTrip Atlanta Motor Speedway, HamptonFebruary 28
3 Kobalt Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las VegasMarch 6
4 Good Sam Phoenix International Raceway, AvondaleMarch 13
5 Auto Club Auto Club Speedway, FontanaMarch 20
6 STP Martinsville Speedway, RidgewayApril 3
7 Duck Commander Texas Motor Speedway, Fort WorthApril 9
8 Food City Bristol Motor Speedway, BristolApril 17
9 Toyota Owners Richmond International Raceway, RichmondApril 24
10 GEICO Talladega Superspeedway, LincolnMay 1
11 Go Bowling Kansas Speedway, Kansas CityMay 7
12 AAA Drive for AutismDover International Speedway, DoverMay 15
Sprint ShowdownCharlotte Motor Speedway, ConcordMay 211
NASCAR Sprint All-Star RaceMay 21
13 Coca-Cola May 29
14 Axalta "We Paint Winners" Pocono Raceway, Long PondJune 62
15 FireKeepers Casino Michigan International Speedway, BrooklynJune 12
16 Toyota/Save Mart Sonoma Raceway, SonomaJune 26
17 Coke Zero Daytona International Speedway, Daytona BeachJuly 2
18 Quaker State Kentucky Speedway, SpartaJuly 9
19 New Hampshire New Hampshire Motor Speedway, LoudonJuly 17
20 Crown Royal presents the
Combat Wounded Coalition at the Brickyard
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, SpeedwayJuly 24
21 Pennsylvania Pocono Raceway, Long PondAugust 13
22 Cheez-It at The GlenWatkins Glen International, Watkins GlenAugust 7
23 Bass Pro Shops NRA Night RaceBristol Motor Speedway, BristolAugust 20/214
24 Pure Michigan Michigan International Speedway, BrooklynAugust 28
25 Bojangles' Southern Darlington Raceway, DarlingtonSeptember 4
26 Federated Auto Parts Richmond International Raceway, RichmondSeptember 10
Chase for the Sprint Cup
Round of 16
27 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Chicagoland Speedway, JolietSeptember 18
28 Bad Boy Off Road New Hampshire Motor Speedway, LoudonSeptember 25
29 Citizen Soldier Dover International Speedway, DoverOctober 2
Round of 12
30 Bank of America Charlotte Motor Speedway, ConcordOctober 95
31 Hollywood Casino Kansas Speedway, Kansas CityOctober 16
32 Hellmann's Talladega Superspeedway, LincolnOctober 23
Round of 8
33 Goody's Fast Relief Martinsville Speedway, RidgewayOctober 30
34 AAA Texas Texas Motor Speedway, Fort WorthNovember 6
35 Can-Am Phoenix International Raceway, AvondaleNovember 13
Championship 4
36 Ford EcoBoost Homestead-Miami Speedway, HomesteadNovember 20

Season summary[edit]

Race reports[edit]

Speedweeks

Speedweeks started with the Sprint Unlimited. Denny Hamlin led the most laps and won his third career Sprint Unlimited, followed by Joey Logano, Paul Menard, Kyle Larson, and Casey Mears. 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.[50]

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.[51]

The following Thursday, the Can-Am Duels took place to set the remainder of the starting lineup for the Daytona Dale Earnhardt Jr. led the most laps and won the first duel race. 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., and polesitter Kenseth.[52]

Round 1: Daytona

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. Denny Hamlin led the most laps, with the four Joe Gibbs Racing drivers and Truex Jr. up front for most of the race. On the last lap, Hamlin passed Kenseth for the lead and beat Truex Jr. to the line in a photo-finish, which was the closest margin in Daytona history.[53]

Round 2: 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.[54]

Round 3: Kobalt

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. Keselowski was followed by Joey Logano, Johnson, Kyle Busch, and Austin Dillon.[55]

Round 4: Good Sam

Kyle Busch started from the pole and led the early part of the race. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Carl Edwards, and Kevin Harvick also led throughout the race, with Harvick leading the most laps. The race saw several drivers have tire issues from melted tire beads including Ryan Newman, Paul Menard, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Brad Keselowski, and Kasey Kahne. 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.[56]

Round 5: Auto Club

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. In the overtime finish, Jimmie Johnson scored his 77th career win, ahead of Harvick, Denny Hamlin, Joey Logano, and Ricky Stenhouse Jr.[57]

Round 6: STP

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. and Denny Hamlin getting into the wall. 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. J. Allmendinger, Kyle Larson, Austin Dillon, and Brad Keselowski.[58]

Round 7: Duck Commander

Carl Edwards led the field to green after a two-hour delay from rain. Martin Truex Jr. led the most laps in the race. Late in the race, a car wreck occurred when Austin Dillon spun and caused a chain reaction that collected several drivers including Paul Menard, Ryan Newman, Trevor Bayne, Brian Vickers, and Brian Scott. During the final caution, Truex Jr. stayed out while several other drivers came to pit road for fresh tires. On the restart, Kyle Busch was able to get around Truex Jr. and win the race, his second straight Cup win and second consecutive weekend sweep as he won the Xfinity Series race the night before. Kyle Busch was followed across the finish line by Dale Earnhardt Jr., Joey Logano, Jimmie Johnson, and Chase Elliott.[59]

Round 8: Food City

Carl Edwards started the race from pole position as Dale Earnhardt Jr. went two laps down early after not being able to get going at the initial start. 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. (who rebounded from his early issues), Kurt Busch, Chase Elliott, and Trevor Bayne. BK Racing driver Matt DiBenedetto recorded a career best finish of 6th.[60]

Round 9: Toyota Owners

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. Several drivers rotated the lead throughout the race, including Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch, and Kurt Busch. 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. Kyle Busch finished second, followed by Johnson, Kasey Kahne, and Harvick.[61]

Round GEICO

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. got loose and collected Kasey Kahne. 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., causing serious damage to both cars. 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., among others.[62]

Round Go Bowling

Martin Truex Jr. started on pole and dominated the race, leading laps. 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. Harvick finished second, followed by Kurt Busch, Matt Kenseth, and Ryan Blaney.[63]

Round AAA Drive for Autism

Matt Kenseth leads the AAA Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway in May, a race he wins

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 Others such as Kyle Larson and Martin Truex Jr. led during the race. 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 broke a track bar and spilled rear end grease 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.[64]

Exhibition: NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race

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.[65]

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.[66]

Round Coca-Cola

Martin Truex Jr. started the race from the pole. 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. Truex was followed across the finish line by Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson, Denny Hamlin, and Brad Keselowski.[67]

Round 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. to get the lead off pit road. 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. On the restart, Kurt Busch got the lead from Dale Earnhardt Jr. and pulled away from Earnhardt while saving fuel to win the race for his third career win at Pocono, ahead of Earnhardt, Keselowski, Elliott, and Logano.[68]

Round FireKeepers Casino

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. spinning after contact with Clint Bowyer, Kyle Busch blowing an engine and hitting the wall, Dale Earnhardt Jr. hit the wall and crashed along with AJ Allmendinger, and Denny Hamlin hitting the wall hard after blowing a tire. 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.[69]

Round Toyota/Save Mart

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.[70]

Round Coke Zero

Greg Biffle won the pole for the race. The first half of the race was calm. On lap 90, "The Big One" occurred when teammates Jamie McMurray and Kyle Larson got together, sending McMurray into Jimmie Johnson and it involved 19 other cars including Brian Scott's car coming to rest on top of Kevin Harvick's car. Brad Keselowski dominated, leading laps. Late in the race, Tony Stewart wrecked and collected Carl Edwards and Casey Mears. 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.[71]

Round Quaker State

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. AJ Allmendinger hit the wall and destroyed the front end of his car. Multiple drivers tried to make it to the end on fuel. Brad Keselowski led the final 65 laps and saved enough fuel to hold off Carl Edwards to get his fourth win of the season and third at Kentucky.[72]

Round New Hampshire

Jimmie Johnson won the pole. Kyle Busch took the lead from Johnson at the start. Busch led until lap 87 when Martin Truex Jr. took over the top spot. Truex led until lap when Kyle Busch retook the lead. Busch led until Truex won the race off of pit road during a caution for debris. Matt Kenseth took the lead from Truex in lap The caution came out for debris in turn three and Denny Hamlin stayed on the track as Kenseth kept the lead coming off pit road. Truex reported to his team that he was stuck in fourth gear and fell back on the restart. Kenseth took the lead from Hamlin and then a caution came out for Alex Bowman, who was filling in for Dale Earnhardt Jr., cut a tire down. Kenseth continued to lead off the restart until Kurt Busch cut a tire, bringing out the caution. Kenseth led off at restart until Kyle Larson brought the caution out after sliding through the grass. Kenseth continued to lead off the restart and was able to hold off Tony Stewart to get his second win of the season.[73]

Round Crown Royal presents the Combat Wounded Coalition at the Brickyard

Defending race winner Kyle Busch started on pole. Busch led most of the race. Several accidents took place during the race. Matt DiBenedetto blew his engine on lap 3. After three straight top 10 finishes since July 2, Greg Biffle smacked the wall on lap 52 and knocked himself out of the race. During that caution, Joey Logano stayed out and led the field back to green. Kyle Busch retook the lead on lap 63 and continued leading, other than temporary changes during pit stop cycling. A caution came out with 7 laps to go. On the restart, Carl Edwards and Ryan Newman made contact and wrecked with Brad Keselowski and Ryan Blaney. The red flag was displayed to clean up the track. On the restart, Trevor Bayne and Clint Bowyer made contact. On the following restart, which took place in overtime, Jamie McMurray spun into Austin Dillon and Brian Scott also spun. On the second restart of overtime, Kyle Busch pulled away from teammate Matt Kenseth to win his second consecutive Sprint Cup Brickyard event and sweeping the weekend for the second year in a row. This was Busch's fourth win of Competing in his final Sprint Cup Brickyard event, Tony Stewart came home eleventh and Jeff Gordon, who came out of retirement to fill in for Dale Earnhardt Jr., finished thirteenth.[74]

Round Pennsylvania

Martin Truex Jr. won the pole. The race was scheduled for Sunday but was postponed to Monday due to rain. Truex led early until he had a right-front tire go down. Logano dominated the early part of the race. Austin Dillon and Kyle Larson was battling for the lead as rain was approaching the track. The two got together allowing Logano to regain the lead. After a restart, Chase Elliott got loose and spun and ran into Logano, ending both drivers' chances for a win. Pit strategy allowed Larson and Dillon to get back out front. Chris Buescher was in the lead trying to win the race as fog and rain hit the track. The red flag was displayed as fog continued to come and thicken. During the fog delay, rain moved into the area causing the cars to be covered. After a long red flag display, the race was called official and Buescher got his first career victory and the first for Front Row Motorsports since the Aaron's [75]

Round Cheez-It at The Glen

Carl Edwards won the pole to sweep the road course poles. Brad Keselowski led the most laps in the race. Multiple drivers received penalties on pit road. There were a couple of big wrecks. On lap 53, Jimmie Johnson, Austin Dillon, Greg Biffle, and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. got into a big wreck that brought out the red flag. On the restart, there was another wreck involving Clint Bowyer, David Ragan, Alex Kennedy, and polesitter Edwards. Another wreck took place with seven laps to go as Kevin Harvick, Matt DiBenedetto, Chris Buescher, and David Ragan got together. The wreck brought out the red flag once again. On the restart, Denny Hamlin, despite back pain, held off Joey Logano after Martin Truex Jr. spun after making contact with Brad Keselowski to pick up his second win of the season and his first career victory on a road course. Jeff Gordon, still substituting for Dale Earnhardt Jr., made his th start.[76]

Round Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race

Denny Hamlin leads early in the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway in August

Spring Bristol winner Carl Edwards started on pole with a new track record. Denny Hamlin took the lead from Edwards at the start. Hamlin led until Chase Elliott took the lead. Kyle Busch took the lead from Elliott and began to pull away from the field until the caution came out for rain. The race was red flagged until the track was dried and the field was brought out under caution. It began to rain again and the red flag was displayed. The race was then postponed until the following day in the afternoon. The race was delayed due early morning rain. The race would resume and Kyle Busch continued to lead. Busch led laps, but was taken out of the race when he spun and Justin Allgaier ran into him. Kurt Busch and Brad Keselowski crashed and took out some of the field. Joey Logano, who won the last two summer Bristol races, lost the lead to Kevin Harvick and had to go to pit road to tape up the front end of his car. Denny Hamlin led off the restart and lost the lead to Harvick. It began to rain and field circled around the track under caution. Harvick pulled away from the field on the restart and held off Ricky Stenhouse Jr. to receive his second win of the season and his first at Bristol since [77]

Round Pure Michigan

Kyle Larson pulls a burnout following his first career Cup win in the Pure Michigan at Michigan International Speedway

June Michigan winner Joey Logano started on pole. Chris Buescher had trouble early and fell four laps down. Logano led early, but fell back after the competition caution. Kevin Harvick got the lead and led until Martin Truex Jr. was able to take the lead when they came up on lapped traffic. Kyle Busch spun out into the grass early. Jimmie Johnson got the lead after green flag pit stops, but lost the lead on the next round of pit stops after his team took extra time to fill the car with fuel. Chase Elliott got the lead due to Johnson's misfortune. Kyle Larson was able to get the lead on a restart and pull away from the field as a rainstorm was nearing the track. Elliott was able to get off pit road ahead of Larson. On a restart, leader Elliott spun the tires and it allowed Larson to take the lead and pull away from the field and held off Elliott to get his first career Sprint Cup series win.[78]

Round Bojangles' Southern

Kevin Harvick won the pole due to qualifying being cancelled due to local rainfall from Tropical Storm Hermine. Harvick dominated the race, but had a few pit road problems, costing him a few positions. Kyle Larson, Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, and Matt Kenseth also led during the race. Several accidents took place including Brian Scott getting into the wall after contact with Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson spun and hit the wall, Stewart blew his engine while running thirteenth, and Kurt Busch got into the wall after contact with Paul Menard. A few drivers such as Brad Keselowski and Ryan Newman had pit strategy. Newman was able to pull away from the field, trying to win to get into "The Chase". Martin Truex Jr. was able to get by Newman and pull away from the field. A caution came out for Aric Almirola crashing into the wall after contact with Clint Bowyer. On the restart, Truex Jr. pulled away from the field and held off Harvick for his second win of the season.[79]

Round Federated Auto Parts

Denny Hamlin won the pole. The race was mostly dominated by Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. Chase Elliott got into the wall after contact with Jeff Gordon. Jimmie Johnson made contact with the wall after he had a left-rear go down. AJ Allmendinger spun three times during the race. A big wreck caused the red flag to be displayed involving Tony Stewart, Ryan Newman, Carl Edwards, and others when Stewart and Newman made contact. On the restart, Hamlin pulled away from the field until a caution came out with two laps to go when Regan Smith hit the wall. The race went into overtime with Kasey Kahne in position to get a win to make "The Chase." On the restart, Hamlin pulled away from the field to score his third win of the season and third at Richmond. Chris Buescher, Chase Elliott, Austin Dillon, and Jamie McMurray filled the remaining spots in "The Chase."[80]

Round Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Kyle Busch was awarded the pole after qualifying was rained out and the field was set by points. Busch was able to get the pole due to him being the first seed in "The Chase." At the start of the race, Busch led the first few laps. Martin Truex Jr. then took the lead from Busch and led for a while. After a caution, Jimmie Johnson stayed off of pit road and assumed the race lead. On the next caution, Johnson was able to get off pit road first and continued to lead. He led the most laps, of the Johnson's Hendrick Motorsports teammate Chase Elliott took the lead from Johnson. The final round of green flag pit stops began with 35 laps to go. Johnson was penalized for speeding on pit road. Elliott regained the lead and was pulling away to victory until Michael McDowell had a tire go down, sending the race into overtime. Ryan Blaney, Kasey Kahne, and Carl Edwards all stayed off pit road. On the restart, Truex took the lead from Blaney and held off Joey Logano to score his third win of the season and advancing to the next round of "The Chase."[81]

Round Bad Boy Off Road

Carl Edwards started on pole. Martin Truex Jr. dominated the race, leading laps. It was green for most of the race. Defending race winner Matt Kenseth also led a bunch of laps. Only one caution took place in the first place half of the race and only four cautions in the second half. One of them saw Trevor Bayne hit the wall hard. On that restart, Truex dropped a few spots. The next caution saw Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Reed Sorenson make contact. On that restart, Kevin Harvick took the lead from Kenseth and held off the rest of the field to score his third win of the season, his first at New Hampshire since , and advance to the next round of "The Chase."[82]

Round Citizen Soldier

Kyle Busch leads in the Citizen Soldier at Dover International Speedway in October

Brad Keselowski was awarded the pole after qualifying was rained out and the field was set by points. Keselowski led the first few laps until he lost it to Martin Truex Jr.. Kyle Busch then found his way to the lead. Kevin Harvick had trouble early after he suffered a broken track bar and had to go to the garage. Kyle Larson had problems with his entry after losing power. Larson's Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Jamie McMurray began having problems and his engine finally expired. Jimmie Johnson took the lead and led about 90 laps until he received a pit road penalty for his crewmen over the wall to soon. Due to this, Truex regained the lead and had a 9-second lead over Kyle Busch. Truex continued on to score his fourth win of the season and second at Dover. McMurray, Tony Stewart, Chris Buescher, and Larson were eliminated from "The Chase."[83]

Round Bank of America

Kevin Harvick started on pole. Due to rain from Hurricane Matthew, the race was postponed from Saturday night until Sunday afternoon. Multiple Chase drivers had problems during the race. Pole-sitter Harvick had electrical problems, which took him out of the race. Joey Logano would hit the wall hard and have to go to the garage, but was able to get back on the track 78 laps down. Chase Elliott had a dominant car until he was taken out of the race from a wreck on a restart when Austin Dillon couldn't get going and spun out taking out Elliott, Brian Scott, and Paul Menard. Denny Hamlin also had a dominant car, but blew an engine late in the race. Martin Truex Jr. couldn't accelerate off pit road and lost some spots. Jimmie Johnson had a dominant car as well and he was able to hold off Matt Kenseth to get his eighth career win at Charlotte and his third win of the season to advance to the "Round of 8" in "The Chase."[84]

Round Hollywood Casino

Matt Kenseth started on pole. Kenseth led early until he got into the wall. Kevin Harvick took the lead and led until Chase Elliott took the lead. Elliott had a tire rub and lost the lead. Martin Truex Jr. had a great race until his team didn't get enough fuel in the car and then began experiencing fuel cell issues. Brad Keselowski was running in the top 10 when he made contact with Denny Hamlin and went spinning in the grass, destroying the front end of his car. Carl Edwards got the lead and led some laps. Keselowski was able to get back on the track, but his engine expired when he returned to the race. Austin Dillon took two tires on pit road and getting off before Edwards. Regan Smith slammed into the wall, bringing out the caution. On the restart, Harvick took the lead from Edwards and held him off to score his fourth win of the season and advance to the next round in "The Chase."[85]

Round Hellmann's

Martin Truex Jr. started on pole. Truex didn't last long in the race because his engine expired early. A wreck took place which involved Greg Biffle, Jeffrey Earnhardt, and Casey Mears. Brad Keselowski, who was in a must win situation, dominated the race. However, debris on the grille caused Keselowski to overheat and his engine finally expired. After Keselowski was taken out, his teammate Joey Logano took control over the race. Kasey Kahne crashed late in the race, setting up a restart. On the restart, Alex Bowman spun, sending the race into overtime. On the restart, Logano held off Brian Scott to win get his second win of the season and his second consecutive Chase Talladega victory. Keselowski, Austin Dillon, Chase Elliott, and Martin Truex Jr. were eliminated from "The Chase."[86]

Round Goody's Fast Relief

Martin Truex Jr. started on pole. Truex led laps of the race. During the race, Chase contenders Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin made contact sending Johnson to pit road with left-front damage. Matt Kenseth found his way to the lead and led the most laps. Carl Edwards had a tire go down and it brought out the caution, creating scoring issues. On the restart, Johnson took the lead from Hamlin and led the rest of the race and got his fourth win of the season and advance to the "Championship 4" at Homestead.[87]

Round AAA Texas

Austin Dillon won the pole. The race was delayed due to rain, but it would eventually start over six hours late. Joey Logano dominated the race and led the most laps. Martin Truex Jr. and Carl Edwards also ran up front. Both had problems with their cars and almost took each other out on pit road. Dillon crashed into the wall after contact with Kevin Harvick and it also involved Brian Scott and Casey Mears. Edwards was able to get off pit road ahead of Truex and was holding off Logano as rain was heading towards the track. It began to rain and the race was called official and Edwards was awarded his third win of the season and give him a spot in the "Championship 4" at Homestead.[88]

Round Can-Am

Alex Bowman, who is still filling in for Dale Earnhardt Jr. won his first career pole. Bowman dominated the race by leading laps. Chase contenders Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano, and Matt Kenseth all led throughout the race. Johnson was penalized, which knocked him out of the lead and put him a lap down, but a wreck with Austin Dillon took him out of the race. Kenseth was on his way to a victory, but Michael McDowell wrecked and the caution came out with two laps to go. On the restart, Kyle Busch got in to Bowman and spun Kenseth, which knocked him out of the lead. On the restart, Logano pulled away from Kyle Busch to grab his third win of the season and to advance to the championship race at Homestead. With their wins Logano, Johnson, and Edwards made it to the championship race while Kyle Busch made it in on points. Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, Kenseth, and Kurt Busch were eliminated.[89]

Round Ford EcoBoost

Jimmie Johnson started form tail end of the field. Kevin Harvick won the pole. Harvick had the dominant car early in the race. Chase contenders Joey Logano and Carl Edwards had led during the race. Kyle Busch had a tire go down and had to make an unscheduled pit stop and went a lap down, but gained the lap back. Kyle Larson had the dominant car in the second half of the race and led the most laps. Edwards and Kyle Busch were battling for the championship lead until Dylan Lupton brought out the caution. On the restart, Logano got a great restart and Edwards blocked Logano and caused Edwards to crash into the wall and end his championship hopes in a multicar wreck that brought out the red flag. It brought the championship race down to Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson. On the restart, Logano got up to third and the caution came out for Ricky Stenhouse Jr. In an overtime finish, Johnson took the lead from Larson and won the race for his first career victory at Homestead and his seventh Sprint Cup series championship, tying Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty for most championships all-time.[90]

Results and standings[edit]

Races[edit]

Drivers' Championship[edit]

Further information: List of NASCAR points scoring systems

(key)&#;Bold&#;– Pole position awarded by time. Italics&#;– Pole position set by final practice results or owner's points. *&#;– Most laps led.
.&#;– Eliminated after Round of 16 .&#;– Eliminated after Round of 12 .&#;– Eliminated after Round of 8

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/_NASCAR_Sprint_Cup_Series

DAYTONA BEACH, FL &#; NASCAR®, in collaboration with broadcast partners FOX Sports, NBC Sports Group, race teams and the 29 tracks committed to hosting races for the coming season, today announced race start times and network coverage for all three of its national series based on previously released schedule dates for

Entering the second season of year comprehensive media rights agreements, races will be televised by FOX, FS1, NBC and NBCSN, with the exception of select events in August that will air on CNBC and USA due to NBC Sports’ coverage of the Summer Olympics. National series races also will be broadcast live by Motor Racing Network (MRN), Performance Racing Network (PRN), IMS Radio Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel Fans can visitwww.nascar.com/tv-schedule for weekly tune-in information throughout the season. Tickets to all NASCAR national series events are available at www.nascar.com/tickets.

&#;NASCAR concluded with its most-watched championship finale in a decade, a benchmark that serves as a testament to deeper collaboration with our television and radio partners and increased engagement with fans,&#; said Steve Herbst, senior vice president, broadcasting and production at NASCAR. &#;We look forward to carrying this momentum into , starting with the DAYTONA ® and Speedweeks, as the number of homes reached by our broadcast content continues to grow both domestically and internationally.&#;

Schedules (PDF &#; view and/or print)

Fans can also view CheckersToWreckers.com race calendar to view the schedules for these and other series covered by this publication.

cupntsnxs

Sours: https://www.checkerstowreckers.com/nascar-announces-race-start-times-broadcast-info-forseason/
  1. New apartments in sherman tx
  2. Merry christmas from florida gif
  3. Usda native plants database
- Tuesday, February 9thFS1 pm ET Daytona Road Course Busch Clash at Dayto… Boxscore-2135134Kyle Busch16Toyota - Thursday, February 11thFS1 pm ET Daytona International Speedway Bluegreen Vacations … Boxscore-226090Aric Almirola2Ford - Thursday, February 11thFS1 pm ET Daytona International Speedway Bluegreen Vacations … Boxscore-2263142Austin Dillon4Chevrolet 1 Sunday, February 14thFOX pm ET Daytona International Speedway Daytona Boxscore-40227Michael McDowell17Ford 2 Sunday, February 21stFOX pm ET Daytona Road Course O&#;Reilly Auto P… Boxscore-4070128Christopher Bell12Toyota 3 Sunday, February 28thFOX pm ET Homestead Miami Speedway Dixie Vodka Boxscore-38206William Byron31Chevrolet 4 Sunday, March 7thFOX pm ET Las Vegas Motor Speedway Pennzoil present… Boxscore-38276Kyle Larson3Chevrolet 5 Sunday, March 14thFOX pm ET Phoenix Raceway Instacart Boxscore-38227Martin Truex Jr5Toyota 6 Sunday, March 21stFOX pm ET Atlanta Motor Speedway Folds of Honor QuikT… Boxscore-39115Ryan Blaney10Ford 7 Sunday, March 28thFOX pm ET Bristol Motor Speedway (Dirt) Food City Dirt Race Boxscore-39510Joey Logano10Ford 8 Saturday, April 10thFS1 pm ET Martinsville Speedway Blue-Emu Maximum Pai… Boxscore-371815Martin Truex Jr7Toyota 9 Sunday, April 18thFOX pm ET Richmond Raceway Toyota Owners Boxscore-38205Alex Bowman24Chevrolet 10 Sunday, April 25thFOX pm ET Talladega Superspeedway GEICO Boxscore-40357Brad Keselowski10Ford 11 Sunday, May 2ndFS1 pm ET Kansas Speedway Buschy McBusch Race … Boxscore-39187Kyle Busch9Toyota 12 Sunday, May 9thFS1 pm ET Darlington Raceway Goodyear Boxscore-37196Martin Truex Jr4Toyota 13 Sunday, May 16thFS1 pm ET Dover International Speedway Drydene Boxscore-37107Alex Bowman16Chevrolet 14 Sunday, May 23rdFS1 pm ET Circuit of the Americas EchoPark Texas Grand… Boxscore4054115Chase Elliott8Chevrolet 15 Sunday, May 30thFOX pm ET Charlotte Motor Speedway Coca-Cola Boxscore38234Kyle Larson1Chevrolet 16 Sunday, June 6thFS1 pm ET Sonoma Raceway Toyota / Save Mart 3… Boxscore-3792138Kyle Larson1Chevrolet - Sunday, June 13thFS1 pm ET Texas Motor Speedway NASCAR All-Star Race Boxscore-21107Kyle Larson1Chevrolet - Sunday, June 13thFS1 pm ET Texas Motor Speedway NASCAR All-Star Open Boxscore-225035Aric Almirola10Ford 17 Sunday, June 20thNBCSN pm ET Nashville Superspeedway Ally Boxscore391411Kyle Larson5Chevrolet 18 Saturday, June 26thNBCSN pm ET Pocono Raceway Pocono Organics CBD … Boxscore-38148Alex Bowman13Chevrolet 19 Sunday, June 27thNBCSN pm ET Pocono Raceway Explore the Pocono M… Boxscore-38124Kyle Busch19Toyota 20 Sunday, July 4thNBC pm ET Road America Jockey Made in Ameri… Boxscore4062104Chase Elliott34Chevrolet 21 Sunday, July 11thNBCSN pm ET Atlanta Motor Speedway Quaker State pre… Boxscore-37104Kurt Busch8Chevrolet 22 Sunday, July 18thNBCSN pm ET New Hampshire Motor Speedway Foxwoods Resort Casi… Boxscore-37146Aric Almirola22Ford 23 Sunday, August 8thNBCSN pm ET Watkins Glen International Go Bowling at the Gl… Boxscore-379074Kyle Larson4Chevrolet 24 Sunday, August 15thNBC pm ET Indianapolis Motor Speedway Ro… Verizon at the B… Boxscore4095136AJ Allmendinger8Chevrolet 25 Sunday, August 22ndNBCSN pm ET Michigan International Speedwa… FireKeepers Casino 4… Boxscore-37206Ryan Blaney3Ford 26 Saturday, August 28thNBC pm ET Daytona International Speedway Coke Zero Sugar Boxscore-40458Ryan Blaney6Ford PLAYOFFS 'ROUND OF 16' 16 drivers compete for the Championship. They are the race season points leader, race winners during the race season, and any additional drivers based on points, if needed, to reach 16 drivers.The normal field of 40 drivers still race the remaining races along with the playoff drivers. The 16 playoff drivers points are advanced to 2, with additional "playoff points" earned through the regular season added. 27 Sunday, September 5thNBCSN pm ET Darlington Raceway Cook Out Southern 50… Boxscore-371811Denny Hamlin2Toyota 28 Saturday, September 11thNBCSN pm ET Richmond Raceway Federated Auto Parts… Boxscore-37215Martin Truex Jr3Toyota 29 Saturday, September 18thNBCSN pm ET Bristol Motor Speedway Bass Pro Shops Night… Boxscore-38238Kyle Larson5Chevrolet PLAYOFFS 'ROUND OF 12' The four playoff drivers with the lowest points are eliminated. Winning a race during the 'Round of 16' automatically advances a driver to the 'Round of 12'.The 12 remaining playoff drivers points are advanced to 3, with additional "playoff points" earned through the regular season and playoffs added. 30 Sunday, September 26thNBCSN pm ET Las Vegas Motor Speedway South Point Boxscore-38214Denny Hamlin6Toyota 31 Sunday, October 3rdNBC pm ET Talladega Superspeedway YellaWood Boxscore-40355Bubba Wallace19Toyota 32 Sunday, October 10thNBC pm ET Charlotte Motor Speedway Road … Bank of America ROVA… Boxscore-39159Kyle Larson10Chevrolet PLAYOFFS 'ROUND OF 8' The four playoff drivers with the lowest points are eliminated. Winning a race during the 'Round of 12' automatically advances a driver to the 'Round of 8'.The eight remaining playoff drivers points are advanced to 4, with additional "playoff points" earned through the regular season and playoffs added. 33 Sunday, October 17thNBC pm ET Texas Motor Speedway Autotrader EchoPark … Boxscore-39811Kyle Larson1Chevrolet 34 Sunday, October 24thNBCSN pm ET Kansas Speedway Hollywood Casino Boxscore-40237Kyle Larson1Chevrolet 35 Sunday, October 31stNBC pm ET Martinsville Speedway Xfinity - ----------- NASCAR CUP SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP RACE The four playoff drivers with the lowest points are eliminated. Winning a race during the 'Round of 8' automatically advances a driver as a Championship contender in this final race.The four remaining playoff drivers points are advanced to 5, The driver of these four that finishes best wins the Cup Championship. 36 Sunday, November 7thNBC pm ET Phoenix Raceway Season Finale - -----------
Sours: https://frcs.pro/nascar/cup/races/schedule/
The Chase is On - 2016 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Recap

Full NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule, with date, race, track, TV and time (All times Eastern):

Feb. Sprint Unlimited at Daytona International Speedway, Fox, 8 p.m.

Feb.  Daytona Qualifying at Daytona International Speedway, Fox, 1 p.m.

Feb. Can-Am Duel at Daytona International Speedway, Fox Sports 1, 7 p.m.

Feb. Daytona at Daytona International Speedway, Fox, 1 p.m.

Feb. Folds of Honor QuikTrip at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Fox, 1 p.m.

March 6: Kobalt at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Fox, p.m.

March Good Sam at Phoenix International Raceway, Fox, p.m.

March Auto Club at Auto Club Speedway, Fox, p.m.

April 3: STP at Martinsville Speedway, Fox Sports 1, 1 p.m.

April 9: Duck Commander at Texas Motor Speedway, Fox, p.m.

April Food City at Bristol Motor Speedway, Fox, 1 p.m.

April Toyota Owners at Richmond International Raceway, Fox, 1 p.m.

May 1: GEICO at Talladega Superspeedway, Fox, 1 p.m.

May 7: GoBowling.com at Kansas Speedway, Fox Sports 1, p.m.

May Dover International Speedway, Fox Sports 1, 1 p.m.

May Sprint Showdown at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Fox Sports 1, 7 p.m.

May NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Fox Sports 1, 7 p.m.

May Coca-Cola at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Fox, 6 p.m.

June 5: Axalta ‘We Paint Winners’ at Pocono Raceway, Fox Sports 1, 1 p.m.

June Firekeepers Casino at Michigan International Speedway, Fox Sports 1, 1 p.m.

June Toyota / Save Mart at Sonoma Raceway, Fox Sports 1, 3 p.m.

July 2: Coke Zero Powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway, NBC, p.m.

July 9: Quaker State Presented by Advance Auto Parts at Kentucky Speedway, NBC Sports Network, p.m.

July New Hampshire at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, NBC Sports Network, p.m.

July Crown Royal Presents the ‘Your Hero’s Name Here’ at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, NBC Sports Network, 3 p.m.

July Pennsylvania at Pocono Raceway, NBC Sports Network, p.m.

Aug. 7: Cheez-It at The Glen at Watkins Glen International, USA Network, p.m.

Aug. Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, NBC Sports Network, 8 p.m.

Aug. Pure Michigan at Michigan International Speedway, NBC Sports Network, 2 p.m.

Sept. 4: Bojangles’ Southern at Darlington Raceway, NBC, 6 p.m.

Sept. Federated Auto Parts at Richmond International Raceway, NBC Sports Network, p.m.

CHASE FOR THE SPRINT CUP

Sept. Chicagoland Speedway, NBC Sports Network, p.m.

Sept. New England at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, NBC Sports Network, 2 p.m.

Oct. 2: AAA at Dover International Speedway, NBC Sports Network, 2 p.m.

Oct. 8: Bank of America at Charlotte Motor Speedway, NBC, 7 p.m.

Oct. Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway, NBC, p.m.

Oct. Alabama at Talladega Superspeedway, NBC Sports Network, 2 p.m.

Oct. Goody’s Fast Relief at Martinsville Speedway, NBC Sports Network, 1 p.m.

Nov. 6: AAA Texas at Texas Motor Speedway, NBC, 2 p.m.

Nov. Can-Am at Phoenix International Raceway, NBC, p.m.

Nov. Ford EcoBoost at Homestead-Miami Speedway, NBC, p.m.

View Comments

Sours: https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nascar//01/26/full-nascar-sprint-cup-seriesschedule//

Schedule nascar pdf 2016

NASCAR Cup Series Schedule

ScheduleDATERACETVRESULTS/TICKETSTue, Feb 9
PM ETThe Clash at Daytona
Daytona International SpeedwayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsThu, Feb 11
PM ETDuel #1
Daytona International SpeedwayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsThu, Feb 11
PM ETDuel #2
Daytona International SpeedwayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Feb 14
PM ETDAYTONA
Daytona International SpeedwayFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Feb 21
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Daytona RC
Daytona International Speedway Road CourseFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Feb 28
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Miami
Homestead-Miami SpeedwayFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Mar 7
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Las Vegas
Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Mar 14
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Phoenix
Phoenix RacewayFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Mar 21
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Atlanta
Atlanta Motor SpeedwayFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Mar 28
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Bristol (Dirt)
Bristol Motor Speedway
**Race postponed to March 29 at PMFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSat, Apr 10
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Martinsville
Martinsville Speedway
**Race postponed to April 11 at PMFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Apr 18
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Richmond
Richmond RacewayFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Apr 25
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Talladega
Talladega SuperspeedwayFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, May 2
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Kansas
Kansas SpeedwayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, May 9
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Darlington
Darlington RacewayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, May 16
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Dover
Dover International SpeedwayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, May 23
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Circuit of the Americas
Circuit Of The AmericasFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, May 30
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Charlotte
Charlotte Motor SpeedwayFOXStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Jun 6
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Sonoma
Sonoma RacewayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Jun 13
PM ETNASCAR CUP SERIES ALL STAR OPEN RACE
Texas Motor SpeedwayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Jun 13
PM ETNASCAR CUP SERIES ALL STAR RACE
Texas Motor SpeedwayFS1Starting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Jun 20
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Nashville
Nashville SuperspeedwayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSat, Jun 26
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Pocono
Pocono RacewayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Jun 27
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Pocono
Pocono RacewayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Jul 4
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Road America
Road AmericaNBCStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Jul 11
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Atlanta
Atlanta Motor SpeedwayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Jul 18
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at New Hampshire
New Hampshire Motor SpeedwayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Aug 8
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Watkins Glen
Watkins Glen InternationalNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Aug 15
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Indianapolis RC
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road CourseNBCStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Aug 22
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Michigan
Michigan International SpeedwayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSat, Aug 28
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Daytona
Daytona International SpeedwayNBCStarting Grid
Race ResultsCUP PLAYOFFSDATERACETVRESULTS/TICKETSSun, Sep 5
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Darlington
Darlington RacewayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSat, Sep 11
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Richmond
Richmond RacewayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSat, Sep 18
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Bristol
Bristol Motor SpeedwayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Sep 26
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Las Vegas
Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Oct 3
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Talladega
Talladega Superspeedway
**Race postponed to October 4 at PMNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Oct 10
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Charlotte RC
Charlotte Motor Speedway RovalNBCStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Oct 17
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Texas
Texas Motor SpeedwayNBCStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Oct 24
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Kansas
Kansas SpeedwayNBCSNStarting Grid
Race ResultsSun, Oct 31
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Martinsville
Martinsville SpeedwayNBCTicketsSun, Nov 7
PM ETNASCAR Cup Series at Phoenix
Phoenix RacewayNBCTickets
Sours: http://www.espn.com/racing/schedule
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series - Full Race - Daytona 500
Race#DateTrack
(click for track info)
Race / Event
(click for race info)
Pole Winner
Speed
Finished
Race Winner
Speed
Started
Points Leader

Chase Leader

OFFICIAL Race/Points Report (pdf)

Unofficial Race Results Link (pdf)


Lap Summary


Pit Stalls

Unofficial
Drivers/ Owners

Points Links (pdf)

Starting Lineup (pdf)

Qual Results (pdf)


Practices (pdf)


Entry List

*2/13
Sat
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona Beach, FLThe Sprint Unlimited*#Jimmie Johnson
drawing
22nd#Denny Hamlin

15thn/aResults

Pit Stalls

n/aLineup

Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

*2/18
Thu night
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona Beach, FLCan-Am Duel At Daytona #1*#Chase Elliott

6th#Dale Earnhardt Jr.

2ndn/aResults

Pitstalls

n/aLineup

Practice1
Practice2
Practice3
Practice4
Practice5


Entry List

*2/18
Thu night
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona Beach, FLCan-Am Duel At Daytona #2*#Matt Kenseth

16th#Kyle Busch

2ndn/aResults

Pitstalls

n/aLineup

Practice1
Practice2
Practice3
Practice4
Practice5


Entry List

12/21
Sun
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona Beach, FLDaytona #Chase Elliott

37th#Denny Hamlin

11th#Denny Hamlin
45 +5Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice6
Practice7
Happy Hour


Entry List

22/28
Sun
Atlanta Motor Speedway
Hampton, GAFolds of Honor QuikTrip #Kurt Busch

4th#Jimmie Johnson

19th (OT)#Kyle Busch
78 +3Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

33/6
Sun
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Las Vegas, NVKobalt #Kurt Busch(2)

(TR1)
9th#2-Brad Keselowski

4th#Kyle Busch
+6Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2Practice3
Test1
Test2


Entry List

43/13
Sun
Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale, AZGood Sam (k)#Kyle Busch

4th#4-Kevin Harvick

18th#4-Kevin Harvick
+0Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

53/20
Sun
Auto Club Speedway
Fontana, CAAuto Club #3-Austin Dillon

(TR2)
24th#Jimmie Johnson(2)

19th#4-Kevin Harvick
+11

#Jimmie Johnson
(2 wins)

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

64/3
Sun
Martinsville Speedway
Martinsville, VASTP #Joey Logano

11th#Kyle Busch

7th#4-Kevin Harvick
+4

#Jimmie Johnson
(2 wins)

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

74/9
Sat
Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TXDuck Commander #Carl Edwards
mph
7th#Kyle Busch(2)

15th#Kyle Busch
+6

#Kyle Busch
(2 wins)

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

84/17
Sun
Bristol Motor Speedway
Bristol, TNFood City #Carl Edwards(2)

WON#Carl Edwards

1st#4-Kevin Harvick
+1

#Jimmie Johnson
(2 wins)

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

94/24
Sun
Richmond International Raceway
Richmond, VAToyota Owners #4-Kevin Harvick
qual canceled
5th#Carl Edwards(2)

4th#Carl Edwards
+7

#Carl Edwards
(2 wins)

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

Race#DateTrack
(click for track info)
Race / Event
(click for race info)
Pole Winner
Speed
Finished
Race Winner
Speed
Started
Points Leader

Chase Leader

OFFICIAL Race/Points Report (pdf)

Unofficial Race Results Link (pdf)


Lap Summary


Pit Stalls

Unofficial
Drivers/ Owners

Points Links (pdf)

Starting Lineup (pdf)

Qual Results (pdf)


Practices (pdf)


Entry List

105/1
Sun
Talladega Superspeedway
Talladega, ALGEICO #Chase Elliott(2)

4th#2-Brad Keselowski(2)

7th#4-Kevin Harvick
+9

#Kyle Busch
(2 wins)

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

115/7
Sat Night
Mother&#;s Day Weekend
Kansas Speedway
Kansas City, KSGoBowling.com #Martin Truex, Jr.

14th#Kyle Busch

6th#4-Kevin Harvick
+4

#Kyle Busch
(3 wins)

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

125/15
Sun
Dover International Speedway
Dover, DEAAA Drive for Autism#4-Kevin Harvick
qual canceled
15th#Matt Kenseth

10th#4-Kevin Harvick
+21

#Kyle Busch
(3 wins)

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

*5/20
Fri Night
5/21
Sat
Charlotte Motor Speedway
Concord, NC
(postponed due to rain)Sprint Showdown*#Chase Elliott
set by points
2nd#6-Trevor Bayne
segment 1 winner

#Greg Biffle
segment 2 winner


#Kyle Larson

segment 3 winner


#Chase Elliott
Fan Vote Winner


#Danica Patrick
Fan Vote 2nd Winner

n/aResults

Pitstalls

n/aLineup

Entry List

*5/21
Sat Night
Charlotte Motor Speedway
Concord, NCSprint All-Star Race*#4-Kevin Harvick
cancelled, set by points
11th#Joey Logano

8thn/aResults

Pitstalls

n/aLineup

Practice


Entry List

135/29
Sun night
Charlotte Motor Speedway
Concord, NCCoca-Cola #Martin Truex Jr.(2)

WON#Martin Truex Jr.
(record)
1st#4-Kevin Harvick
+36

#Kyle Busch
3 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

146/5
Sun
6/6
Mon
Pocono Raceway
Long Pond, PA
(postponed due to rain)Axalta &#;We Paint Winners&#; #2-Brad Keselowski

3rd#Kurt Busch

9th#4-Kevin Harvick
+25

#Kyle Busch
3 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

156/12
Sun
Michigan International Speedway
Brooklyn, MIFireKeepers Casino #Joey Logano(2)

WON#Joey Logano

1st#4-Kevin Harvick
+30

#Kyle Busch
3 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

166/26
Sun
Sonoma Raceway
Sonoma, CAToyota / Save Mart (k)#Carl Edwards(3)

4th#Tony Stewart

10th#4-Kevin Harvick
+35

#Kyle Busch
3 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

THE RACE TO THE CHASE
(10 races to the Chase)
Race#DateTrack
(click for track info)
Race / Event
(click for race info)
Pole Winner
Speed
Finished
Race Winner
Speed
Started
Points Leader

Chase Leader

OFFICIAL Race/Points Report (pdf)

Unofficial Race Results Link (pdf)


Lap Summary


Pit Stalls

Unofficial
Drivers/ Owners

Points Links (pdf)

Starting Lineup (pdf)

Qual Results (pdf)


Practices (pdf)


Entry List

177/2
Sat Night
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona Beach, FLCoke Zero #Greg Biffle

8th#2-Brad Keselowski(3)

5th#4-Kevin Harvick
+14

#2-Brad Keselowski
& #Kyle Busch
3 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1


Entry List

187/9
Sat Night
Kentucky Speedway
Sparta, KYQuaker State #4-Kevin Harvick
qual canceled
9th#2-Brad Keselowski(4)

2nd#4-Kevin Harvick
+4

#2-Brad Keselowski
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Practice1
Practice2
Practice3
Practice4


Entry List

197/17
Sun
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Loudon, NHNew Hampshire #Jimmie Johnson

12th#Matt Kenseth

18th#4-Kevin Harvick
+14

#2-Brad Keselowski
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

207/24
Sun
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Speedway, INCrown Royal presents the Combat Wounded Coalition #Kyle Busch

1st#Kyle Busch

1st(2OT)#4-Kevin Harvick
+24

#2-Brad Keselowski
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

217/31
Sun
8/1
Mon
Pocono Raceway
Long Pond, PA
(postponed due to rain)Pennsylvania #Martin Truex, Jr.

38th#Chris Buescher

22nd
(RS)#4-Kevin Harvick
+22

#2-Brad Keselowski
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

228/7
Sun
Watkins Glen International
Watkins Glen, NYCheez-It at The Glen#Carl Edwards(4)

15th#Denny Hamlin

6th#2-Brad Keselowski
+9

#2-Brad Keselowski
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

238/20
Sat Night
8/21
SunBristol Motor Speedway
Bristol, TNBass Pro Shops NRA Night Race#Carl Edwards(5)

(TR1)
6th#4-Kevin Harvick

24th#4-Kevin Harvick
+27

#2-Brad Keselowski
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

248/28
Sun
Michigan International Speedway
Brooklyn, MIPure Michigan #Joey Logano

10th#Kyle Larson

12th#4-Kevin Harvick
+25

#2-Brad Keselowski
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

259/4
Sun Night
Darlington Raceway
Darlington, SCBojangles&#; Southern #4-Kevin Harvick
qual canceled
2nd#Martin Truex, Jr.

8th#4-Kevin Harvick
+43

#2-Brad Keselowski
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

269/10
Sat Night
Richmond International Raceway
Richmond, VAFederated Auto Parts #Denny Hamlin

1st#Denny Hamlin

1st(OT)#4-Kevin Harvick
+42

#Kyle Busch
4 wins

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Chase
Reset

Points


Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

THE 10 CHASE RACES
(Chase page)Race#DateTrack
(click for track info)
Race / Event
(click for race info)
Pole Winner
Speed
Finished
Race Winner
Speed
Started
Classic Points Leader

Chase Leader

OFFICIAL Race/Points Report (pdf)

Unofficial Race Results Link (pdf)


Lap Summary


Pit Stalls

Unofficial
Drivers/ Owners

Points Links (pdf)

Starting Lineup (pdf)

Qual Results (pdf)


Practices (pdf)


Entry List

Round of 16279/18
Sun
Chicagoland Speedway
Joliet, ILTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #Kyle Busch
qual canceled
8th#Martin Truex, Jr.

6th(OT)#4-Kevin Harvick
+26

#Martin Truex, Jr.
+1

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

289/25
Sun
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Loudon, NHBad Boy Off Road #Carl Edwards

6th#4-Kevin Harvick

19th#4-Kevin Harvick
+32

#2-Brad Keselowski
+1

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

2910/2
Sun
Dover International Speedway
Dover, DECitizen Soldier #2-Brad Keselowski
qual canceled
4th#Martin Truex, Jr.

2nd#2-Brad Keselowski
+2

#Martin Truex, Jr.
+6

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Chase
Reset

Points


Owners

Lineup

Practice1
Practice2
Entry List

Round of 123010/8
Sat Night
10/9
Sun
Charlotte Motor Speedway
Concord, NCBank of America #4-Kevin Harvick

38th#Jimmie Johnson

11th#2-Brad Keselowski
+30

#Jimmie Johnson
+5

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Entry List

3110/16
Sun
Kansas Speedway
Kansas City, KSHollywood Casino #Matt Kenseth

9th#4-Kevin Harvick

11th#4-Kevin Harvick
+8

#Jimmie Johnson
+8

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

3210/23
Sun
Talladega Superspeedway
Talladega, ALHellman&#;s #Martin Truex Jr

40th/last#Joey Logano

16th#4-Kevin Harvick
+37

#Joey Logano round reset

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Chase
Reset

Points


Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2


Entry List

ROUND OF 83310/30
Sun
Martinsville Speedway
Martinsville, VAGoody&#;s Fast Relief #Martin Truex, Jr.

7th#Jimmie Johnson

3rd#4-Kevin Harvick
+19

#Jimmie Johnson
+5

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

3411/6
Sun
Texas Motor Speedway
Fort Worth, TXAAA Texas #3-Austin Dillon

37th#Carl Edwards

9th#4-Kevin Harvick
+27

#Jimmie Johnson
+0

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

3511/13
Sun
Phoenix International Raceway
Avondale, AZCan-Am (k)#Alex Bowman

6th#Joey Logano(3)

4th#4-Kevin Harvick
+25

#Joey Logano
+5

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Chase
Reset

Points


Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

CHAMPIONSHIP 43611/20
Sun
Homestead-Miami Speedway
Homestead, FLFord EcoBoost #4-Kevin Harvick(2)
<
3rd#Jimmie Johnson
(OT)
14th#4-Kevin Harvick
+26

#Jimmie Johnson
+3

Official Report

Results


Lap Summary


PitStalls

Points

Owners

Lineup

Qual Results


Practice1
Practice2
Practice3


Entry List

Race#DateTrack
(click for track info)
Race / Event
(click for race info)
Pole Winner
Speed
Finished
Race Winner
Speed
Started
Points Leader

Chase Leader

OFFICIAL Race/Points Report (pdf)

Unofficial Race Results Link (pdf)


Lap Summary


Pit Stalls

Unofficial
Drivers/ Owners

Points Links (pdf)

Starting Lineup (pdf)

Qual Results (pdf)


Practices (pdf)


Entry List

Sours: https://www.jayski.com/nascar-cup-series/nascar-sprint-cup-series-race-results/

You will also like:

Spread your legs wider still, feel yourself depraved and passionate, in which I so shamelessly stroke every fold, every bend, and now I also run two fingers into. The cave. Do you like it this way. when you start to bite your lips and move your ass towards, so quickly and passionately, over and over again, feeling how you.

Can come right on my hand.



167 168 169 170 171