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2019 NASCAR Cup Series Season Predictions
The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series saw Joey Logano claim his first career Cup Series championship over Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick, and Kyle Busch. In this article, I take a look at what I think the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season will have in store- race by race. Daytona 500- Daytona 1. 11 Denny Hamlin 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 41 Kurt Busch 5. 21 Paul Menard 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 1 Kurt Busch 8. 37 Chris Buescher 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 48 Jimmie Johnson Denny Hamlin breaks his winless streak with his second Daytona 500 win, outlasting the Team Penske duo of Ryan Blaney and Joey Logano. Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500- Atlanta 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 8 Daniel Hemric 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 42 Kyle Larson 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 12 Ryan Blaney 10. 36 Matt Tifft Kyle Busch wins his third race at Atlanta, as rookies Daniel Hemric and Matt Tifft have strong top-10 runs. Pennzoil 400- Las Vegas 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 2 Brad Keselowski 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 48 Jimmie Johnson 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 10 Aric Almirola Kevin Harvick earns his third victory at Las Vegas, continuing the momentum of his eight-win season in 2018. Ticket Guardian 500- ISM 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 1 Kurt Busch 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 38 David Ragan 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 6 Ryan Newman Kyle Larson breaks his year-long winless streak, as David Ragan and Ryan Newman earn top-10 finishes. Auto Club 400- Auto Club 1. 20 Erik Jones 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 8 Daniel Hemric 4. 2 Brad Keselowski 5. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 36 Matt Tifft 8. 3 Austin Dillon 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 21 Paul Menard Erik Jones gambles on fuel mileage at and saves up just enough to get his second career win. STP 500- Martinsville 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 14 Clint Bowyer 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 48 Jimmie Johnson 6. 6 Ryan Newman 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 11 Denny Hamlin 10. 1 Kurt Busch Larson gets his second win of the season at Martinsville, moving past Jimmie Johnson with just a few laps to go and outlasting three Stewart-Haas Racing drivers. O’Reilly Auto Parts 500- Texas 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 14 Clint Bowyer 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 11 Denny Hamlin 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 18 Kyle Busch 7. 10 Aric Almirola 8. 9 Chase Elliott 9. 20 Erik Jones 10. 42 Kyle Larson Harvick claims his second win of the season, holding off teammate Clint Bowyer by over three seconds, the widest margin of victory of the season. Food City 500- Bristol 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 6. 20 Erik Jones 7. 9 Chase Elliott 8. 3 Austin Dillon 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 4 Kevin Harvick Busch gets his second win of the year, moving around Ryan Blaney with 10 laps to go to grab his eighth Cup win at Bristol. Toyota Owners 400- Richmond 1. 9 Chase Elliott 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 24 William Byron 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 10 Aric Almirola 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 2 Brad Keselowski Chase Elliott earns a popular win, taking his first victory of the season by outpacing old rival Denny Hamlin. GEICO 500- Talladega 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 21 Paul Menard 7. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 8. 18 Kyle Busch 9. 12 Ryan Blaney 10. 1 Martin Truex Jr. Joe Gibbs Racing dominates most of the first Talladega race, but are broken up late as Stewart-Haas Racing drivers Harvick and Daniel Suarez break away late, allowing Harvick to get his second Talladega victory. AAA 400- Dover 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 1 Kurt Busch 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 2 Brad Keselowski The breakthrough season for Larson continues as he takes his third of the year, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. having a strong run in the top-five. KC Masterpiece 400- Kansas 1. 12 Ryan Blaney 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 10 Aric Almirola 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 20 Erik Jones 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 9 Chase Elliott 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 48 Jimmie Johnson Blaney gets his first victory of the season on a last lap pass around Aric Almirola in overtime. Coca-Cola 600- Charlotte 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 3 Austin Dillon 6. 21 Paul Menard 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 4 Kevin Harvick 9. 22 Joey Logano 10. 20 Erik Jones Joe Gibbs Racing again leads for most of the race, but this time they finish the job as Busch claims his third win of the season and second-straight Coca-Cola 600 win. Pocono 400- Pocono 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 1 Kurt Busch 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 11 Denny Hamlin 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 3 Austin Dillon 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 19 Martin Truex Jr. Harvick takes his fourth win of the season and first win at Pocono, despite a late charge from former teammate Kurt Busch. FireKeepers Casino 400- Michigan 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 2 Brad Keselowski 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 4 Kevin Harvick 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 20 Erik Jones 7. 12 Ryan Blaney 8. 11 Denny Hamlin 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 9 Chase Elliott Daniel Suarez takes his first career Cup Series win, leading the most laps but having to hold on after a late caution causes overtime. Toyota/Save Mart 350- Sonoma 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 1 Kurt Busch 4. 4 Kevin Harvick 5. 48 Jimmie Johnson 6. 22 Joey Logano 7. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 8. 14 Clint Bowyer 9. 41 Daniel Suarez 10. 10 Aric Almirola Larson claims his fourth victory of the season and first on a road course. Overton’s 400- Chicagoland 1. 14 Clint Bowyer 2. 10 Aric Almirola 3. 24 William Byron 4. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 18 Kyle Busch 9. 8 Daniel Hemric 10. 42 Kyle Larson Clint Bowyer becomes the beneficiary of weather for the second year in a row, as he is out front as the race is called for rain 96 laps short of the scheduled finish. Coke Zero Sugar 400- Daytona 1. 2 Brad Keselowski 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 47 Ryan Preece 8. 1 Kurt Busch 9. 95 Matt DiBenedetto 10. 20 Erik Jones More rain continues to plague the NASCAR schedule as the race is postponed from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon, however Brad Keselowski holds off Kevin Harvick to take his first victory of the season and second at Daytona. Quaker State 400- Kentucky 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 4. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 5. 9 Chase Elliott 6. 22 Joey Logano 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 4 Kevin Harvick 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 12 Ryan Blaney Busch ties with Harvick and Larson in wins on the season with his fourth, taking advantage of race leader Ryan Newman having a flat tire with 12 laps to go. Foxwoods Casino 301- New Hampshire 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 20 Erik Jones 5. 10 Aric Almirola 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 2 Brad Keselowski 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 9 Chase Elliott Suarez takes his second victory of the season in the series’ lone trip to New Hampshire. Gander Outdoors 400- Pocono 1. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 2. 1 Kurt Busch 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 8 Daniel Hemric 5. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 6. 18 Kyle Busch 7. 4 Kevin Harvick 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 42 Kyle Larson Martin Truex Jr. looks to pick up where he left off in 2018, taking his first win of the season in a wild last lap shootout seeing Daniel Hemric and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. end up in the top-five. Go Bowling at the Glen- Watkins Glen 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 12 Ryan Blaney 5. 4 Kevin Harvick 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 10 Aric Almirola 10. 47 Ryan Preece Busch grabs his fifth win of the season and third at Watkins Glen, holding off Chase Elliott who takes his second-straight second place road course finish. Consumers Energy 400- Michigan 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 10 Aric Almirola 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 1 Kurt Busch 8. 14 Clint Bowyer 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 2 Brad Keselowski Busch carries the momentum of the Watkins Glen win into Michigan, getting his sixth win of the season and second at Michigan, as well as being the first driver of the year to get back-to-back wins. Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race- Bristol 1. 9 Chase Elliott 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 21 Paul Menard 4. 24 William Byron 5. 4 Kevin Harvick 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 20 Erik Jones 9. 22 Joey Logano 10. 43 Bubba Wallace Elliott gets his second win of the year, holding off a furious charge from Kyle Busch looking to get his third consecutive victory, but coming up short by less than a car length. Bojangles’ Southern 500- Darlington 1. 11 Denny Hamlin 2. 42 Kyle Larson 3. 88 Alex Bowman 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 20 Erik Jones 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 10 Aric Almirola 8. 2 Brad Keselowski 9. 6 Ryan Newman 10. 12 Ryan Blaney Hamlin gets his second of the season and first since winning the Daytona 500, as well as claiming his third Cup victory at Darlington. Big Machine Vodka 400- Indianapolis 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 14 Clint Bowyer 6. 11 Denny Hamlin 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 9 Chase Elliott Suarez gets the third of the season at the Brickyard, the final race before heading into the playoffs. Playoff Point Standings 1. 18 Kyle Busch (6 wins) 2. 4 Kevin Harvick (4 wins) 3. 42 Kyle Larson (4 wins) 4. 41 Daniel Suarez (3 wins) 5. 9 Chase Elliott (2 wins) 6. 11 Denny Hamlin (2 wins) 7. 2 Brad Keselowski (1 win) 8. 14 Clint Bowyer (1 win) 9. 12 Ryan Blaney (1 win) 10. 20 Erik Jones (1 win) 11. 19 Martin Truex Jr. (1 win) 12. 22 Joey Logano- in on points 13. 1 Kurt Busch- in on points 14. 10 Aric Almirola- in on points 15. 48 Jimmie Johnson- in on points 16. 88 Alex Bowman- in on points South Point 400- Las Vegas 1. 22 Joey Logano 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 41 Daniel Suarez 10. 88 Alex Bowman Logano gets his first win of the season, coming in the first round of the playoffs to automatically advance to the next round two races early. Federated Auto Parts 400- Richmond 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 88 Alex Bowman 6. 12 Ryan Blaney 7. 20 Erik Jones 8. 6 Matt Kenseth 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 3 Austin Dillon Harvick continues his winning ways with his fifth of the season, as Stewart-Haas Racing finishes one-two. Bank of America Roval 500- Charlotte Roval 1. 88 Alex Bowman 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 48 Jimmie Johnson 5. 14 Clint Bowyer 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 4 Kevin Harvick Alex Bowman claims his first career Cup victory with a daring last-lap pass around teammate Chase Elliott, as Elliott finishes second at all three road courses. Eliminated From Playoffs 2 Brad Keselowski 19 Martin Truex Jr. 11 Denny Hamlin 10 Aric Almirola Gander Outdoors 400- Dover 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 12 Ryan Blaney 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 20 Erik Jones 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 42 Kyle Larson Busch takes his seventh victory of the season and fourth at Dover, advancing into the next round of the playoffs two races early. 1000Bulbs.com 500- Talladega 1. 14 Clint Bowyer 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 10 Aric Almirola 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 3 Austin Dillon 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 41 Daniel Suarez Stewart-Haas Racing finishes one-two-three, as Bowyer grabs his second win of the season as Kevin Harvick and Aric Almirola help push him to victory. Hollywood Casino 400- Kansas 1. 22 Joey Logano 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 20 Erik Jones 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 11 Denny Hamlin Logano gets his second of the season and the playoffs, as Team Penske follows the lead of Stewart-Haas Racing and finishes one-two-three as well. Eliminated From Playoffs 42 Kyle Larson 1 Kurt Busch 48 Jimmie Johnson 88 Alex Bowman First Data 500- Martinsville 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 37 Chris Buescher 8. 47 Ryan Preece 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 9 Chase Elliott Busch grabs his eighth of the season in an intense battle between Ryan Blaney and Daniel Suarez, as Busch again advances to the final four round of the playoffs. AAA Texas 500- Texas 1. 10 Aric Almirola 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 9 Chase Elliott 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 42 Kyle Larson Almirola picks up his first win of the season and the only win for a playoff-eliminated driver. Can-Am 500- ISM 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 10 Aric Almirola 9. 8 Daniel Hemric 10. 34 Michael McDowell Harvick claims his final four bid with an exclamation point as he gets his sixth win of the season and tenth career win at ISM Raceway. Joey Logano and Daniel Suarez finish fourth and sixth respectively to find their way into the final four as well Eliminated From Playoffs 9 Chase Elliott 20 Erik Jones 14 Clint Bowyer 12 Ryan Blaney Final Four 1. 18 Kyle Busch (8 wins) 2. 4 Kevin Harvick (6 wins) 3. 41 Daniel Suarez (3 wins) 4. 22 Joey Logano (2 wins) Ford EcoBoost 400- Homestead 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 4 Kevin Harvick 4. 37 Chris Buescher 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 42 Kyle Larson 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 9 Chase Elliott 10. 14 Clint Bowyer Kyle Busch wins his second Cup championship, and first since 2015, denying Joey Logano back-to-back titles as Busch pulls away in the closing laps. Kevin Harvick’s quest for a second championship is also squashed and Daniel Suarez’s chance at a first championship in his first visit to the final four is also ended. Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com/Zmiller_82 Support me on Patreon: patreon.com/Zmiller82
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2019 NASCAR Cup Series Season Predictions
The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series saw Joey Logano claim his first career Cup Series championship over Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick, and Kyle Busch. In this article, I take a look at what I think the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season will have in store- race by race. Daytona 500- Daytona 1. 11 Denny Hamlin 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 41 Kurt Busch 5. 21 Paul Menard 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 1 Kurt Busch 8. 37 Chris Buescher 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 48 Jimmie Johnson Denny Hamlin breaks his winless streak with his second Daytona 500 win, outlasting the Team Penske duo of Ryan Blaney and Joey Logano. Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500- Atlanta 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 8 Daniel Hemric 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 42 Kyle Larson 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 12 Ryan Blaney 10. 36 Matt Tifft Kyle Busch wins his third race at Atlanta, as rookies Daniel Hemric and Matt Tifft have strong top-10 runs. Pennzoil 400- Las Vegas 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 2 Brad Keselowski 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 48 Jimmie Johnson 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 10 Aric Almirola Kevin Harvick earns his third victory at Las Vegas, continuing the momentum of his eight-win season in 2018. Ticket Guardian 500- ISM 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 1 Kurt Busch 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 38 David Ragan 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 6 Ryan Newman Kyle Larson breaks his year-long winless streak, as David Ragan and Ryan Newman earn top-10 finishes. Auto Club 400- Auto Club 1. 20 Erik Jones 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 8 Daniel Hemric 4. 2 Brad Keselowski 5. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 36 Matt Tifft 8. 3 Austin Dillon 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 21 Paul Menard Erik Jones gambles on fuel mileage at and saves up just enough to get his second career win. STP 500- Martinsville 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 14 Clint Bowyer 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 48 Jimmie Johnson 6. 6 Ryan Newman 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 11 Denny Hamlin 10. 1 Kurt Busch Larson gets his second win of the season at Martinsville, moving past Jimmie Johnson with just a few laps to go and outlasting three Stewart-Haas Racing drivers. O’Reilly Auto Parts 500- Texas 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 14 Clint Bowyer 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 11 Denny Hamlin 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 18 Kyle Busch 7. 10 Aric Almirola 8. 9 Chase Elliott 9. 20 Erik Jones 10. 42 Kyle Larson Harvick claims his second win of the season, holding off teammate Clint Bowyer by over three seconds, the widest margin of victory of the season. Food City 500- Bristol 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 6. 20 Erik Jones 7. 9 Chase Elliott 8. 3 Austin Dillon 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 4 Kevin Harvick Busch gets his second win of the year, moving around Ryan Blaney with 10 laps to go to grab his eighth Cup win at Bristol. Toyota Owners 400- Richmond 1. 9 Chase Elliott 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 24 William Byron 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 10 Aric Almirola 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 2 Brad Keselowski Chase Elliott earns a popular win, taking his first victory of the season by outpacing old rival Denny Hamlin. GEICO 500- Talladega 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 21 Paul Menard 7. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 8. 18 Kyle Busch 9. 12 Ryan Blaney 10. 1 Martin Truex Jr. Joe Gibbs Racing dominates most of the first Talladega race, but are broken up late as Stewart-Haas Racing drivers Harvick and Daniel Suarez break away late, allowing Harvick to get his second Talladega victory. AAA 400- Dover 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 1 Kurt Busch 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 2 Brad Keselowski The breakthrough season for Larson continues as he takes his third of the year, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. having a strong run in the top-five. KC Masterpiece 400- Kansas 1. 12 Ryan Blaney 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 10 Aric Almirola 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 20 Erik Jones 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 9 Chase Elliott 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 48 Jimmie Johnson Blaney gets his first victory of the season on a last lap pass around Aric Almirola in overtime. Coca-Cola 600- Charlotte 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 3 Austin Dillon 6. 21 Paul Menard 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 4 Kevin Harvick 9. 22 Joey Logano 10. 20 Erik Jones Joe Gibbs Racing again leads for most of the race, but this time they finish the job as Busch claims his third win of the season and second-straight Coca-Cola 600 win. Pocono 400- Pocono 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 1 Kurt Busch 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 11 Denny Hamlin 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 3 Austin Dillon 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 19 Martin Truex Jr. Harvick takes his fourth win of the season and first win at Pocono, despite a late charge from former teammate Kurt Busch. FireKeepers Casino 400- Michigan 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 2 Brad Keselowski 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 4 Kevin Harvick 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 20 Erik Jones 7. 12 Ryan Blaney 8. 11 Denny Hamlin 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 9 Chase Elliott Daniel Suarez takes his first career Cup Series win, leading the most laps but having to hold on after a late caution causes overtime. Toyota/Save Mart 350- Sonoma 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 1 Kurt Busch 4. 4 Kevin Harvick 5. 48 Jimmie Johnson 6. 22 Joey Logano 7. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 8. 14 Clint Bowyer 9. 41 Daniel Suarez 10. 10 Aric Almirola Larson claims his fourth victory of the season and first on a road course. Overton’s 400- Chicagoland 1. 14 Clint Bowyer 2. 10 Aric Almirola 3. 24 William Byron 4. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 18 Kyle Busch 9. 8 Daniel Hemric 10. 42 Kyle Larson Clint Bowyer becomes the beneficiary of weather for the second year in a row, as he is out front as the race is called for rain 96 laps short of the scheduled finish. Coke Zero Sugar 400- Daytona 1. 2 Brad Keselowski 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 47 Ryan Preece 8. 1 Kurt Busch 9. 95 Matt DiBenedetto 10. 20 Erik Jones More rain continues to plague the NASCAR schedule as the race is postponed from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon, however Brad Keselowski holds off Kevin Harvick to take his first victory of the season and second at Daytona. Quaker State 400- Kentucky 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 4. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 5. 9 Chase Elliott 6. 22 Joey Logano 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 4 Kevin Harvick 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 12 Ryan Blaney Busch ties with Harvick and Larson in wins on the season with his fourth, taking advantage of race leader Ryan Newman having a flat tire with 12 laps to go. Foxwoods Casino 301- New Hampshire 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 20 Erik Jones 5. 10 Aric Almirola 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 2 Brad Keselowski 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 9 Chase Elliott Suarez takes his second victory of the season in the series’ lone trip to New Hampshire. Gander Outdoors 400- Pocono 1. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 2. 1 Kurt Busch 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 8 Daniel Hemric 5. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 6. 18 Kyle Busch 7. 4 Kevin Harvick 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 42 Kyle Larson Martin Truex Jr. looks to pick up where he left off in 2018, taking his first win of the season in a wild last lap shootout seeing Daniel Hemric and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. end up in the top-five. Go Bowling at the Glen- Watkins Glen 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 12 Ryan Blaney 5. 4 Kevin Harvick 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 10 Aric Almirola 10. 47 Ryan Preece Busch grabs his fifth win of the season and third at Watkins Glen, holding off Chase Elliott who takes his second-straight second place road course finish. Consumers Energy 400- Michigan 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 10 Aric Almirola 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 1 Kurt Busch 8. 14 Clint Bowyer 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 2 Brad Keselowski Busch carries the momentum of the Watkins Glen win into Michigan, getting his sixth win of the season and second at Michigan, as well as being the first driver of the year to get back-to-back wins. Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race- Bristol 1. 9 Chase Elliott 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 21 Paul Menard 4. 24 William Byron 5. 4 Kevin Harvick 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 20 Erik Jones 9. 22 Joey Logano 10. 43 Bubba Wallace Elliott gets his second win of the year, holding off a furious charge from Kyle Busch looking to get his third consecutive victory, but coming up short by less than a car length. Bojangles’ Southern 500- Darlington 1. 11 Denny Hamlin 2. 42 Kyle Larson 3. 88 Alex Bowman 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 20 Erik Jones 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 10 Aric Almirola 8. 2 Brad Keselowski 9. 6 Ryan Newman 10. 12 Ryan Blaney Hamlin gets his second of the season and first since winning the Daytona 500, as well as claiming his third Cup victory at Darlington. Big Machine Vodka 400- Indianapolis 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 14 Clint Bowyer 6. 11 Denny Hamlin 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 9 Chase Elliott Suarez gets the third of the season at the Brickyard, the final race before heading into the playoffs. Playoff Point Standings 1. 18 Kyle Busch (6 wins) 2. 4 Kevin Harvick (4 wins) 3. 42 Kyle Larson (4 wins) 4. 41 Daniel Suarez (3 wins) 5. 9 Chase Elliott (2 wins) 6. 11 Denny Hamlin (2 wins) 7. 2 Brad Keselowski (1 win) 8. 14 Clint Bowyer (1 win) 9. 12 Ryan Blaney (1 win) 10. 20 Erik Jones (1 win) 11. 19 Martin Truex Jr. (1 win) 12. 22 Joey Logano- in on points 13. 1 Kurt Busch- in on points 14. 10 Aric Almirola- in on points 15. 48 Jimmie Johnson- in on points 16. 88 Alex Bowman- in on points South Point 400- Las Vegas 1. 22 Joey Logano 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 41 Daniel Suarez 10. 88 Alex Bowman Logano gets his first win of the season, coming in the first round of the playoffs to automatically advance to the next round two races early. Federated Auto Parts 400- Richmond 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 88 Alex Bowman 6. 12 Ryan Blaney 7. 20 Erik Jones 8. 6 Matt Kenseth 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 3 Austin Dillon Harvick continues his winning ways with his fifth of the season, as Stewart-Haas Racing finishes one-two. Bank of America Roval 500- Charlotte Roval 1. 88 Alex Bowman 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 48 Jimmie Johnson 5. 14 Clint Bowyer 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 4 Kevin Harvick Alex Bowman claims his first career Cup victory with a daring last-lap pass around teammate Chase Elliott, as Elliott finishes second at all three road courses. Eliminated From Playoffs 2 Brad Keselowski 19 Martin Truex Jr. 11 Denny Hamlin 10 Aric Almirola Gander Outdoors 400- Dover 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 12 Ryan Blaney 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 20 Erik Jones 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 42 Kyle Larson Busch takes his seventh victory of the season and fourth at Dover, advancing into the next round of the playoffs two races early. 1000Bulbs.com 500- Talladega 1. 14 Clint Bowyer 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 10 Aric Almirola 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 3 Austin Dillon 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 41 Daniel Suarez Stewart-Haas Racing finishes one-two-three, as Bowyer grabs his second win of the season as Kevin Harvick and Aric Almirola help push him to victory. Hollywood Casino 400- Kansas 1. 22 Joey Logano 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 20 Erik Jones 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 11 Denny Hamlin Logano gets his second of the season and the playoffs, as Team Penske follows the lead of Stewart-Haas Racing and finishes one-two-three as well. Eliminated From Playoffs 42 Kyle Larson 1 Kurt Busch 48 Jimmie Johnson 88 Alex Bowman First Data 500- Martinsville 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 37 Chris Buescher 8. 47 Ryan Preece 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 9 Chase Elliott Busch grabs his eighth of the season in an intense battle between Ryan Blaney and Daniel Suarez, as Busch again advances to the final four round of the playoffs. AAA Texas 500- Texas 1. 10 Aric Almirola 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 9 Chase Elliott 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 42 Kyle Larson Almirola picks up his first win of the season and the only win for a playoff-eliminated driver. Can-Am 500- ISM 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 10 Aric Almirola 9. 8 Daniel Hemric 10. 34 Michael McDowell Harvick claims his final four bid with an exclamation point as he gets his sixth win of the season and tenth career win at ISM Raceway. Joey Logano and Daniel Suarez finish fourth and sixth respectively to find their way into the final four as well Eliminated From Playoffs 9 Chase Elliott 20 Erik Jones 14 Clint Bowyer 12 Ryan Blaney Final Four 1. 18 Kyle Busch (8 wins) 2. 4 Kevin Harvick (6 wins) 3. 41 Daniel Suarez (3 wins) 4. 22 Joey Logano (2 wins) Ford EcoBoost 400- Homestead 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 4 Kevin Harvick 4. 37 Chris Buescher 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 42 Kyle Larson 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 9 Chase Elliott 10. 14 Clint Bowyer Kyle Busch wins his second Cup championship, and first since 2015, denying Joey Logano back-to-back titles as Busch pulls away in the closing laps. Kevin Harvick’s quest for a second championship is also squashed and Daniel Suarez’s chance at a first championship in his first visit to the final four is also ended. Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com/Zmiller_82 Support me on Patreon: patreon.com/Zmiller82
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2019 NASCAR Cup Series Season Predictions
The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series saw Joey Logano claim his first career Cup Series championship over Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick, and Kyle Busch. In this article, I take a look at what I think the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season will have in store- race by race. Daytona 500- Daytona 1. 11 Denny Hamlin 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 41 Kurt Busch 5. 21 Paul Menard 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 1 Kurt Busch 8. 37 Chris Buescher 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 48 Jimmie Johnson Denny Hamlin breaks his winless streak with his second Daytona 500 win, outlasting the Team Penske duo of Ryan Blaney and Joey Logano. Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500- Atlanta 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 8 Daniel Hemric 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 42 Kyle Larson 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 12 Ryan Blaney 10. 36 Matt Tifft Kyle Busch wins his third race at Atlanta, as rookies Daniel Hemric and Matt Tifft have strong top-10 runs. Pennzoil 400- Las Vegas 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 2 Brad Keselowski 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 48 Jimmie Johnson 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 10 Aric Almirola Kevin Harvick earns his third victory at Las Vegas, continuing the momentum of his eight-win season in 2018. Ticket Guardian 500- ISM 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 1 Kurt Busch 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 38 David Ragan 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 6 Ryan Newman Kyle Larson breaks his year-long winless streak, as David Ragan and Ryan Newman earn top-10 finishes. Auto Club 400- Auto Club 1. 20 Erik Jones 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 8 Daniel Hemric 4. 2 Brad Keselowski 5. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 36 Matt Tifft 8. 3 Austin Dillon 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 21 Paul Menard Erik Jones gambles on fuel mileage at and saves up just enough to get his second career win. STP 500- Martinsville 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 14 Clint Bowyer 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 48 Jimmie Johnson 6. 6 Ryan Newman 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 11 Denny Hamlin 10. 1 Kurt Busch Larson gets his second win of the season at Martinsville, moving past Jimmie Johnson with just a few laps to go and outlasting three Stewart-Haas Racing drivers. O’Reilly Auto Parts 500- Texas 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 14 Clint Bowyer 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 11 Denny Hamlin 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 18 Kyle Busch 7. 10 Aric Almirola 8. 9 Chase Elliott 9. 20 Erik Jones 10. 42 Kyle Larson Harvick claims his second win of the season, holding off teammate Clint Bowyer by over three seconds, the widest margin of victory of the season. Food City 500- Bristol 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 6. 20 Erik Jones 7. 9 Chase Elliott 8. 3 Austin Dillon 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 4 Kevin Harvick Busch gets his second win of the year, moving around Ryan Blaney with 10 laps to go to grab his eighth Cup win at Bristol. Toyota Owners 400- Richmond 1. 9 Chase Elliott 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 24 William Byron 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 10 Aric Almirola 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 2 Brad Keselowski Chase Elliott earns a popular win, taking his first victory of the season by outpacing old rival Denny Hamlin. GEICO 500- Talladega 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 21 Paul Menard 7. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 8. 18 Kyle Busch 9. 12 Ryan Blaney 10. 1 Martin Truex Jr. Joe Gibbs Racing dominates most of the first Talladega race, but are broken up late as Stewart-Haas Racing drivers Harvick and Daniel Suarez break away late, allowing Harvick to get his second Talladega victory. AAA 400- Dover 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 1 Kurt Busch 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 2 Brad Keselowski The breakthrough season for Larson continues as he takes his third of the year, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. having a strong run in the top-five. KC Masterpiece 400- Kansas 1. 12 Ryan Blaney 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 10 Aric Almirola 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 20 Erik Jones 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 9 Chase Elliott 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 48 Jimmie Johnson Blaney gets his first victory of the season on a last lap pass around Aric Almirola in overtime. Coca-Cola 600- Charlotte 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 3 Austin Dillon 6. 21 Paul Menard 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 4 Kevin Harvick 9. 22 Joey Logano 10. 20 Erik Jones Joe Gibbs Racing again leads for most of the race, but this time they finish the job as Busch claims his third win of the season and second-straight Coca-Cola 600 win. Pocono 400- Pocono 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 1 Kurt Busch 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 14 Clint Bowyer 5. 11 Denny Hamlin 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 3 Austin Dillon 8. 48 Jimmie Johnson 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 19 Martin Truex Jr. Harvick takes his fourth win of the season and first win at Pocono, despite a late charge from former teammate Kurt Busch. FireKeepers Casino 400- Michigan 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 2 Brad Keselowski 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 4 Kevin Harvick 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 20 Erik Jones 7. 12 Ryan Blaney 8. 11 Denny Hamlin 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 9 Chase Elliott Daniel Suarez takes his first career Cup Series win, leading the most laps but having to hold on after a late caution causes overtime. Toyota/Save Mart 350- Sonoma 1. 42 Kyle Larson 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 1 Kurt Busch 4. 4 Kevin Harvick 5. 48 Jimmie Johnson 6. 22 Joey Logano 7. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 8. 14 Clint Bowyer 9. 41 Daniel Suarez 10. 10 Aric Almirola Larson claims his fourth victory of the season and first on a road course. Overton’s 400- Chicagoland 1. 14 Clint Bowyer 2. 10 Aric Almirola 3. 24 William Byron 4. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 18 Kyle Busch 9. 8 Daniel Hemric 10. 42 Kyle Larson Clint Bowyer becomes the beneficiary of weather for the second year in a row, as he is out front as the race is called for rain 96 laps short of the scheduled finish. Coke Zero Sugar 400- Daytona 1. 2 Brad Keselowski 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 47 Ryan Preece 8. 1 Kurt Busch 9. 95 Matt DiBenedetto 10. 20 Erik Jones More rain continues to plague the NASCAR schedule as the race is postponed from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon, however Brad Keselowski holds off Kevin Harvick to take his first victory of the season and second at Daytona. Quaker State 400- Kentucky 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 4. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 5. 9 Chase Elliott 6. 22 Joey Logano 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 4 Kevin Harvick 9. 2 Brad Keselowski 10. 12 Ryan Blaney Busch ties with Harvick and Larson in wins on the season with his fourth, taking advantage of race leader Ryan Newman having a flat tire with 12 laps to go. Foxwoods Casino 301- New Hampshire 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 20 Erik Jones 5. 10 Aric Almirola 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 2 Brad Keselowski 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 9 Chase Elliott Suarez takes his second victory of the season in the series’ lone trip to New Hampshire. Gander Outdoors 400- Pocono 1. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 2. 1 Kurt Busch 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 8 Daniel Hemric 5. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 6. 18 Kyle Busch 7. 4 Kevin Harvick 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 42 Kyle Larson Martin Truex Jr. looks to pick up where he left off in 2018, taking his first win of the season in a wild last lap shootout seeing Daniel Hemric and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. end up in the top-five. Go Bowling at the Glen- Watkins Glen 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 12 Ryan Blaney 5. 4 Kevin Harvick 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 10 Aric Almirola 10. 47 Ryan Preece Busch grabs his fifth win of the season and third at Watkins Glen, holding off Chase Elliott who takes his second-straight second place road course finish. Consumers Energy 400- Michigan 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 10 Aric Almirola 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 1 Kurt Busch 8. 14 Clint Bowyer 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 2 Brad Keselowski Busch carries the momentum of the Watkins Glen win into Michigan, getting his sixth win of the season and second at Michigan, as well as being the first driver of the year to get back-to-back wins. Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race- Bristol 1. 9 Chase Elliott 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 21 Paul Menard 4. 24 William Byron 5. 4 Kevin Harvick 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 20 Erik Jones 9. 22 Joey Logano 10. 43 Bubba Wallace Elliott gets his second win of the year, holding off a furious charge from Kyle Busch looking to get his third consecutive victory, but coming up short by less than a car length. Bojangles’ Southern 500- Darlington 1. 11 Denny Hamlin 2. 42 Kyle Larson 3. 88 Alex Bowman 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 20 Erik Jones 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 10 Aric Almirola 8. 2 Brad Keselowski 9. 6 Ryan Newman 10. 12 Ryan Blaney Hamlin gets his second of the season and first since winning the Daytona 500, as well as claiming his third Cup victory at Darlington. Big Machine Vodka 400- Indianapolis 1. 41 Daniel Suarez 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 14 Clint Bowyer 6. 11 Denny Hamlin 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 9 Chase Elliott Suarez gets the third of the season at the Brickyard, the final race before heading into the playoffs. Playoff Point Standings 1. 18 Kyle Busch (6 wins) 2. 4 Kevin Harvick (4 wins) 3. 42 Kyle Larson (4 wins) 4. 41 Daniel Suarez (3 wins) 5. 9 Chase Elliott (2 wins) 6. 11 Denny Hamlin (2 wins) 7. 2 Brad Keselowski (1 win) 8. 14 Clint Bowyer (1 win) 9. 12 Ryan Blaney (1 win) 10. 20 Erik Jones (1 win) 11. 19 Martin Truex Jr. (1 win) 12. 22 Joey Logano- in on points 13. 1 Kurt Busch- in on points 14. 10 Aric Almirola- in on points 15. 48 Jimmie Johnson- in on points 16. 88 Alex Bowman- in on points South Point 400- Las Vegas 1. 22 Joey Logano 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 12 Ryan Blaney 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 6. 14 Clint Bowyer 7. 48 Jimmie Johnson 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 41 Daniel Suarez 10. 88 Alex Bowman Logano gets his first win of the season, coming in the first round of the playoffs to automatically advance to the next round two races early. Federated Auto Parts 400- Richmond 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 41 Daniel Suarez 3. 18 Kyle Busch 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 88 Alex Bowman 6. 12 Ryan Blaney 7. 20 Erik Jones 8. 6 Matt Kenseth 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 3 Austin Dillon Harvick continues his winning ways with his fifth of the season, as Stewart-Haas Racing finishes one-two. Bank of America Roval 500- Charlotte Roval 1. 88 Alex Bowman 2. 9 Chase Elliott 3. 42 Kyle Larson 4. 48 Jimmie Johnson 5. 14 Clint Bowyer 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 18 Kyle Busch 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 4 Kevin Harvick Alex Bowman claims his first career Cup victory with a daring last-lap pass around teammate Chase Elliott, as Elliott finishes second at all three road courses. Eliminated From Playoffs 2 Brad Keselowski 19 Martin Truex Jr. 11 Denny Hamlin 10 Aric Almirola Gander Outdoors 400- Dover 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 22 Joey Logano 4. 41 Daniel Suarez 5. 12 Ryan Blaney 6. 9 Chase Elliott 7. 11 Denny Hamlin 8. 20 Erik Jones 9. 14 Clint Bowyer 10. 42 Kyle Larson Busch takes his seventh victory of the season and fourth at Dover, advancing into the next round of the playoffs two races early. 1000Bulbs.com 500- Talladega 1. 14 Clint Bowyer 2. 4 Kevin Harvick 3. 10 Aric Almirola 4. 9 Chase Elliott 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 2 Brad Keselowski 7. 3 Austin Dillon 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 42 Kyle Larson 10. 41 Daniel Suarez Stewart-Haas Racing finishes one-two-three, as Bowyer grabs his second win of the season as Kevin Harvick and Aric Almirola help push him to victory. Hollywood Casino 400- Kansas 1. 22 Joey Logano 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 2 Brad Keselowski 4. 20 Erik Jones 5. 18 Kyle Busch 6. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 7. 88 Alex Bowman 8. 8 Daniel Hemric 9. 4 Kevin Harvick 10. 11 Denny Hamlin Logano gets his second of the season and the playoffs, as Team Penske follows the lead of Stewart-Haas Racing and finishes one-two-three as well. Eliminated From Playoffs 42 Kyle Larson 1 Kurt Busch 48 Jimmie Johnson 88 Alex Bowman First Data 500- Martinsville 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 12 Ryan Blaney 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 42 Kyle Larson 5. 22 Joey Logano 6. 4 Kevin Harvick 7. 37 Chris Buescher 8. 47 Ryan Preece 9. 1 Kurt Busch 10. 9 Chase Elliott Busch grabs his eighth of the season in an intense battle between Ryan Blaney and Daniel Suarez, as Busch again advances to the final four round of the playoffs. AAA Texas 500- Texas 1. 10 Aric Almirola 2. 11 Denny Hamlin 3. 41 Daniel Suarez 4. 18 Kyle Busch 5. 9 Chase Elliott 6. 1 Kurt Busch 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 22 Joey Logano 9. 19 Martin Truex Jr. 10. 42 Kyle Larson Almirola picks up his first win of the season and the only win for a playoff-eliminated driver. Can-Am 500- ISM 1. 4 Kevin Harvick 2. 18 Kyle Busch 3. 20 Erik Jones 4. 22 Joey Logano 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 14 Clint Bowyer 8. 10 Aric Almirola 9. 8 Daniel Hemric 10. 34 Michael McDowell Harvick claims his final four bid with an exclamation point as he gets his sixth win of the season and tenth career win at ISM Raceway. Joey Logano and Daniel Suarez finish fourth and sixth respectively to find their way into the final four as well Eliminated From Playoffs 9 Chase Elliott 20 Erik Jones 14 Clint Bowyer 12 Ryan Blaney Final Four 1. 18 Kyle Busch (8 wins) 2. 4 Kevin Harvick (6 wins) 3. 41 Daniel Suarez (3 wins) 4. 22 Joey Logano (2 wins) Ford EcoBoost 400- Homestead 1. 18 Kyle Busch 2. 22 Joey Logano 3. 4 Kevin Harvick 4. 37 Chris Buescher 5. 2 Brad Keselowski 6. 41 Daniel Suarez 7. 42 Kyle Larson 8. 88 Alex Bowman 9. 9 Chase Elliott 10. 14 Clint Bowyer Kyle Busch wins his second Cup championship, and first since 2015, denying Joey Logano back-to-back titles as Busch pulls away in the closing laps. Kevin Harvick’s quest for a second championship is also squashed and Daniel Suarez’s chance at a first championship in his first visit to the final four is also ended. Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com/Zmiller_82 Support me on Patreon: patreon.com/Zmiller82
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