Thursday, August 18, 2022

Brad Keselowski wins Coca-Cola 600, NASCAR Charlotte Results


Brad Keselowski won Sunday’s running of the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway becoming the fifth different winner in 2020 in the NASCAR Cup Series.

The Coca-Cola 600 was the first race since NASCAR’s return to feature qualifying. Kurt Busch would win the pole for the race. Before the race even started Denny Hamlin would lose ballast from his No. 11 car causing him to go multiple laps down.

After 51 laps the red flag came out due to rain. When racing returned it was Clint Bowyer who found the outside wall near the end of stage one which ended under caution with Alex Bowman in the lead.

Bowman would win the second stage but Joey Logano would claim the third after staying out with old tires following a caution.

After Jimmie Johnson led them off pit road following a caution midway though the final stage, Brad Keselowski would assume the lead before handing it over to Elliott. A caution for William Byron who lost a tire and spun would bring Elliott and others to put handing the lead to Keselowski who was able to hold off Jimmie Johnson for his first win of 2020.

Sunday’s Race was the longest in NASCAR history in terms of miles.

Coca-Cola 600 Results

  1. Brad Keselowski
  2. Jimmie Johnson
  3. Chase Elliott
  4. Ryan Blaney
  5. Kyle Busch
  6. Kevin Harvick
  7. Martin Truex Jr.
  8. Kurt Busch
  9. Tyler Reddick
  10. Christopher Bell
  11. Chris Buescher
  12. Erik Jones
  13. Cole Custer
  14. Joey Logano
  15. Austin Dillon
  16. Aric Almirola
  17. John Hunter Nemechek
  18. Matt DiBenedetto
  19. Michael McDowell
  20. Alex Bowman
  21. William Byron
  22. Ross Chastain
  23. Ryan Preece
  24. Corey LaJoie
  25. Ricky Stenhouse
  26. Ty Dillon
  27. Matt Kenseth
  28. Ryan Newman
  29. Daniel Suarez
  30. Denny Hamlin
  31. Brennan Poole
  32. Gray Gaulding
  33. BJ McLeod
  34. Garrett Smithley
  35. Timmy Hill
  36. Quin Houff
  37. Joey Gase
  38. JJ Yeley
  39. Bubba Wallace
  40. Clint Bowyer
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