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NASCAR Race Results – Latest News May 2024

NASCAR Race Results: The longest race in NASCAR history was called off on Saturday, bringing an early end to what looked to be one of the most exciting events of the Cup Series this year. One of the highlights of the Cup Series schedule is the Coca-Cola 600, which attracts large crowds of fans eager to see some NASCAR history unfold on Queen City’s legendary tarmac. 

It seems as though this outcome was predetermined. After all, Kyle Larson of Hendrick Motorsports appeared destined to complete a Memorial Day Double, meaning he would race in both the Coca-Cola 600 and the Indianapolis 500 on the same day. In the end, that did not transpire. Mother Nature’s evil disdain for both races caused a four-hour delay in Nap Town and a total stop to the race in Queen City…right before Larson reached the pit pits.

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Bell won the gold, edging out William Byron and Brad Keselowski to record his second victory of the Cup Series. Even though Sunday’s race was cut short with only 249 laps, Bell still managed to lead the field for 90 of those circuits. Of course, that’s what one would anticipate from the pole-sitter. However, Bell’s performance was consistent considering the demanding nature of the run, which left drivers with 151 laps remaining when the red flag was raised.

Bell’s win moved him ahead in the Cup Series playoff rankings. Given that he has made appearances in the Championship 4 in each of the previous two seasons, he should pose a threat come autumn.

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Bubba Wallace, who finished a season-high fourth after spending almost the whole race running in the top five, was the highest-finishing non-Hendrick vehicle in the field. Wallace has never earned more in the first eight races of a season than his three top 10 finishes to begin the year.

Even though he had trouble with a poorly handling racecar early in the day and ended up in the middle of the pack, the reigning Cup champion Ryan Blaney managed to regain his track position and finish in fifth place, breaking a run of three consecutive finishes outside the top 10. It’s interesting to note that in the first eight races of the season, Blaney has finished in the top five in all four of his top-10 finishes.

Two of Stewart-Haas Racing’s vehicles finished the race in the top 10, with Ryan Preece in ninth place securing his first top 10 finish since Talladega last autumn, barely ahead of Chase Briscoe in tenth. Josh Berry finished both of the stages in the top ten, demonstrating strong pace throughout the day. However, he ended up two laps behind in 25th place, mostly because of an uncontrolled tire penalty on pit road.

While the most of Sunday’s race was conducted under the green flag with little to no attrition or accidents, a multi-car pileup near the white flag would significantly affect the finishes of numerous drivers, some of them negatively. Todd Gilliland, who had finished in the top 10, and Austin Cindric, whose day was marred by a 23rd-place finish after having finished in the top 15, were two of the afflicted individuals.

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A week after dominating at Richmond and losing the race on the last restart, Martin Truex Jr. would have the lengthy green flag run ruin his late-race strategy, finishing a lap down in 18th place. There are no more drivers in the Cup who have finished on the lead lap in every race this season, as Truex has now failed to finish on the lead lap for the first time this year.

Justin Alexander was Austin Dillon’s new crew chief going into Sunday’s race, but it doesn’t appear like the No. 3 team’s problems will be solved quickly. Dillon finished three circuits down in 34th place and battled throughout the day due to a power steering issue with his car.

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