NASCAR race results starting Kansas Speedway
Tonight NASCAR releases at Kansas Speedway. The 1.5-mile oval in Kansas City, KansasMonster Energy NASCAR is coming to the city of Atlanta Cup Series.
View full 2019 KansasBelow are the race results.
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Clint Bowyer’s hometown driver, Kevin Harvick, will be leading them to the start line. After failing inspection, 11 other drivers were placed at the back of their respective fields.
Stage 1 – Report
Green Harvick takes the lead as Harvick’s teammate checks in to let him down at the bottom. Harvick leads, and they run two to two behind him by turn four.
KANSAS CITY, KS – MAY 11: Kevin Harvick, driver of the #4 Busch Beer Ford, leads the field during the Monster Energy NASCAR CupSeries Digital Ally 400 KansasSpeedway May 11, 2019In Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images).
Lap 10, Joey Logano started in the back, after failing two pre-race inspections. That’s no issue for him as he’s already up to 15th.
Lap 31: The competition caution has been lifted. Harvick led by 4 seconds, but it will not evaporate.
The field moves towards the pit lane. All nine cars that made it to the pit exit took two tires. William Byron will guide them to the restart. Harvick resumes 10th on Harvick’s four-tired car.
Green and Bowyer are clear at the bottom. Harvick runs four wide and through the middle behind them, he’s up to 3rd at the start finish after just one lap!
Lap 49. Harvick leads Bowyer from turn four. They split the lap car ahead, and Harvick heads into Turn 1 with the lead.
Denny Hamlin is suffering from a flat right rear tire. He spins around the track, and the caution is out. Once again, the crush panels were removed. Last week, the same happened. The victim suffered double vision as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Harvick is the first car off the pit lane but he’ll restart in 10th once again as 9 cars stayed out.
Green, Chase Elliott leads into the first turn. Newman is working to his inside at the corner. Busch then makes it three wide to take off turn two. Elliott wins the fight.
Harvick has 10 minutes to go in stage 1. Chase Elliott is the bumper for Harvick. Harvick wins the fight.
Kevin Harvick wins stage 1 at Kansas Speedway!
Kansas NASCAR Race – Stage 1 Results: 1. Kevin Harvick; 2. Chase Elliott; 3. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Kyle Larson; Kurt Busch; 6. Chris Buescher; 7. Brad Keselowski Clint Bowyer; 9. Erik Jones; 10. Joey Logano
KANSAS CITY, KS – MAY 11: Kevin Harvick, driver of the #4 Busch Beer Ford, races during the Monster Energy NASCAR CupSeries Digital Ally 400 KansasSpeedway May 11, 2019In Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images).
Stage 2 – Report
The field moves to the pit lane. Kurt Busch takes them to the pit exit, Harvick is 2nd.
Green, Busch, and Harvick race nose-to-tail around the bottom of turn one.
Lap 92 Harvick works with Busch. He’s been lurking him since the restart and now he’s clear.
Lap 121: Martin Truex Jr enters the pit lane for the first green flag pit cycle. Chase Elliott is 1 second ahead of Harvick on track. Lap 123, Harvick crosses the pit lane.
Harvick is back in the lead with 15 minutes remaining in stage 2. Chase Elliott is able to catch Harvick in turn three. Harvick wins the bottom, and Elliott is just outside of turn 4.
Harvick made changes at the final stop. He told the crew that he would reverse his decision. The sun has set on the track, too.
Chase Elliott wins stage 2 Kansas Speedway!
Kansas NASCAR Race – Stage 2 Results: 1. Chase Elliott; 2. Kevin Harvick; 3. Erik Jones; 4. Alex Bowman; Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Chris Buescher; 7. Kurt Busch; 8. Clint Bowyer; 9. Kyle Busch; 10. Kyle Larson
Stage 3 – Report
The field heads towards the pit lane. Harvick starts first, slow stop Elliott. Elliott will start 7th.
Green flag at stage three. Harvick is alongside Blaney for the lead. Blaney maintains his lead with two tires via the outside lanes. As Harvick finally passes Blaney, the field is four wide behind them.
With 89 laps remaining, Harvick is leading Alex Bowman by several seconds. Harvick, however, is returning to the pits with what he believes is a loose steering wheel. He is looking for new right side tires.
With 70 remaining, Kyle Busch has beaten Alex Bowman to the back bumper. He fades as fast as he got there.
Bowman is now leading Kyle Busch with 4 seconds left. The green flag pit stops have begun.
50 to go
Only 50 left, it’s time to get out of the way! Ryan Newman lost one of the tires and it rolled into infield grass. The pit lane was not reached by the 8 front cars.
KANSAS CITY, KS – MAY 11: Alex Bowman, driver of the #88 Axalta Chevrolet, pits during the Monster Energy NASCAR CupSeries Digital Ally 400 KansasSpeedway May 11, 2019In Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images).
Only 7 cars are currently on the lead lap. They head to the pit lane while 22 others stay out for the wave. Alex Bowman is the first in, Kyle Busch is the first out.
Pit road penalty!Kyle Busch drove too many stalls to get to his pit-stall. He’ll head to the tail!
All the wave around cars don’t know where to place their cars. They’re 4 wide coming to the green, NASCAR waves it off to sort out the order.
Green, Alex Bowman and Chase Elliott ran side-by side into turn 1. Elliott leads from the bottom to turn three.
Chase Elliott snakes the back stretch for Bowman. Ricky Stenhouse Jr follows them.
Bowman is working to the inside of Bowman.
28 to go
Ryan Blaney has cut a tire. Kevin Harvick gets the free pass.
Green, Chase Elliott, William Byron and Elliott run side-by-side while Elliott blocks Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Elliott was almost turned as he headed into turn one.
22 seconds to go. Elliott and Bowman are running side-by-side. Ricky Stenhouse Jr cuts down to the bottom and swings for the lead.
20 to go, Bowman looks to the inside of Stenhouse, he’s clear! Stenhouse’s nose is lost and several spots are dropped.
Brad Keselowski, Bowman’s driver, has 18 more to go. He is equipped with four new tires. They cross the street and work in the opposite direction. Keselowski is closing any lane that Bowman isn’t running. He’s chasing clean air and the race lead.
Bowman will run the bottom with Keselowski running the top. Bowman makes it to the top in turn three. Keselowski to the bottom but he can’t complete the pass.
7 minutes to go. Bowman, Keselowski, and Bowman run nose-to-tail. Keselowski gets a run and they are lap traffic. Bowman pretends he is on the inside. Keselowski cuts to the right and squeezes between Bowman, the outside wall and the corner. Keselowski is the leader!
4 to go
There are still 4 more to go! Matt DiBenedetto may have dripped fluid onto the track and cooked an engine. It’s going to be a NASCAR overtime race finish.
Stenhouse, Bowyer and Larson were among the four drivers who used the pit lane to change four tires. Bowyer will resume in 7th. This is going to be outrageous…
Green, Brad Keselowski takes the jump in the inside lane. He’s clear before turn one. He is three to four yards behind them.
Bowman and Jones race to 2nd, while Keselowski drives off. Brad Keselowski wins at Kansas Speedway!
KANSAS CITY, KS – MAY 11: Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Wurth Ford, takes the checkered flag to win the Monster Energy NASCAR CupSeries Digital Ally 400 KansasSpeedway May 11, 2019In Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images).
View full KansasHere are some Speedway results.
May 11, 2019
Pos | Driver
1. Brad Keselowski
2. Alex Bowman
3. Erik Jones
4. Chase Elliott
5. Clint Bowyer
6. Jimmie Johnson
7. Kurt Busch
8. Kyle Larson
9. Tyler Reddick
10. Chris Buescher
11. Ricky Stenhouse Jr
12. Aric Almirola
13. Kevin Harvick
14. Daniel Suarez
15. Joey Logano
16. Denny Hamlin
17. Austin Dillon
18. Daniel Hemric
19. Martin Truex Jr
20. William Byron
21. Matt Tifft
22. Corey laJoie
23. Ryan Newman
24. Paul Menard
25. Ryan Preece
26. Michael McDowell
27. David Ragan
28. Ty Dillon
29. Bubba Wallace
30. Kyle Busch
31. Ross Chastain
32. Ryan Blaney
33. Bayley Currey
34. Quin Houff
35. Reed Sorenson
36. Matt DiBenedetto
37. Landon Cassill
38. Joey Gase
39. Timmy Hill
40. Cody Ware
KANSAS CITY, KS – MAY 11: Brad Keselowski, driver of the #2 Wurth Ford, celebrates in victory lane after winnnig the Monster Energy NASCAR CupSeries Digital Ally 400 KansasSpeedway May 11, 2019In Kansas City, Kansas. (Photo by Brian Lawdermilk/Getty Images).
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