Custer wins Quaker State 400, Kentucky Results

Aric Almirola would win the first stage of the race while Martin Truex Jr., who started 35th after failing pre-race inspection twice, climbed into the top ten. Kyle Busch began the race on the pole due to the random draw for starting positions.

Just past Galway though the second stage Ryan Blaney would take the lead from Almirola. With six laps to go in the stage Matt Kenseth would lose a left rear tire. The caution would come to the benefit of Brad Keselowski who would be shown as the leader as he was pitting and had taken caution flag first ahead of Blaney and others. Keselowski would win a one lap shootout for his fourth stage win of the season.

Truex would take the lead in the third stage and looked to put distance between him and the Penske cars of Keselowski and Blaney.

Debris off the car of Brennan Poole would bring out a caution. During the caution Austin Dillon would spin trying to avoid going down pit road. On the restart Jimmie Johnson went around off the nose of Keselowski.

Harvick would sneak pay both Blaney and Truex on the restart and try to pull away. Truex would hang with him before a caution came out for Kenseth why was spin by Ryan Newman.

Going four wide on the final lap Custer was able to get pass Blaney, Truex and Harvick.

Quaker State 400 Results

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