Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski reflect on ‘heartbreaker’ crash that cost both a Daytona 500 win



Team Penske teammates Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano had very different reactions to the crash that cost them both a win at the famed Daytona 500 on Sunday.
Logano led the pack as they headed down the final stretch of the final lap of Sunday’s rain-delayed season opener. But an aggressive move from Keselowski in the No. 2 position — he tried to pass Logano on the inside, but caused the both to spin out — caused a massive fiery crash that cost both a win in the 2021 NASCAR season opener.
Instead, Michael McDowell took advantage of the situation and won his first ever Daytona 500 under caution (he was also first to cross the finish line). It was the only lap he led in the 200-lap race. Logano finished 12th, and Keselowski finished 13th.MORE: Full results, winner from NASCAR’s 2021 season-opening raceSaid Logano after the race:“Pandemonium, I guess. Chaos struck,” he said. “(Keselowski) kept trying to back up, trying to get a run. I was trying to back up to him to keep the runs from being too big and just, I guess he got to the back of (McDowell) and it ended up being a really big run coming at me and it seemed like we all just collided in one spot. It’s a real bummer that none of the Penske cars won, but at least a Ford won and I’m really happy for McDowell.”I hate that we didn’t win with our Shell/Pennzoil Mustang. I feel like we had a great shot being where we were and leading on the last lap, but if we couldn’t win I’m really happy to see McDowell win this thing. He’s a great guy, a great person, a good leader in life and has helped me a lot in my life, so it’s very cool to see him win the Daytona 500.”Keselowski was clearly frustrated following the crash, tossing his helmet and gloves at his No. 2 car.That said, he didn’t regret the move that cost his teammate a win and himself a top-two finish.“I don’t feel like I made a mistake, but I can’t drive everybody else’s car, so frustrating,” he said following the race. “The Discount Tire Ford was not the fastest, but (crew chief) Jeremy Bullins and the whole team did a great job of keeping us in position and right then we were in position. It’s exactly where I want to be running second on the last lap at Daytona with this package and had the run, made the move and it didn’t work out.”
MORE: Daytona 500 purse, payout breakdownThe two spoke out on Twitter following their post-race interviews, again with very different tones. Logano, who was aiming for his second Daytona 500 win, was “bummed.” Keselowski, who caused the crash in his bid to win the race for the first time — and become only the second active driver to win all four of NASCAR’s crown jewel events — said his “heart is broke.”
HeartbreakerMy body is fine but my heart is brokeMonths of studying, months of tremendous car prep from the #2crew & in the perfect position at the end…Yet, Another #DAYTONA500 slips away…What else can you say?What else can you do but be grateful for the opportunity?
— Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) February 15, 2021Both drivers will have another chance at a win in Daytona next week, albeit at the O’Reilly Auto Parts 253, a road race.

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Daytona 500 weather updates: Will rain in Sunday forecast delay NASCAR’s 2021 race?



It just wouldn’t be a NASCAR event without the threat of a rain delay. Not even the first point-paying race of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series — the Daytona 500 — is immune.
Daytona Beach, Fla., was spared from any inclement weather on Tuesday as Kyle Busch won a thrilling Clash at Daytona. Thursday’s Daytona Duels, however, were less lucky; rain delayed the second qualifying race of the 500, otherwise known as the Daytona Duels.
NASCAR will likely hope for the former weather on Sunday, but early indications suggest the Daytona 500 will have at least some delays. The length of the delay depends significantly on the amount of rainfall and how quickly the track can be dried.Here’s everything you need to know about the weather forecast for the Daytona 500, including chance of rain, high and low temperatures and wind speed for both Sunday afternoon and night:MORE: Highlights from Daytona Duels qualifying racesDaytona 500 weather updates9:30 a.m. – The Daytona 500 is still on schedule for its 3 p.m. ET start time, pending significant rain in the forecast for Daytona International Speedway throughout the morning and afternoon.
Seven hours away until engines are fired so can’t tell you what is going to happen. If it is like this week, showers are scattered — so just depends where they hit-miss. I’m cautiously optimistic race gets in because have seen windows to dry track and race all week. https://t.co/gBmOBlAVMD
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) February 14, 2021Daytona 500 weather forecastNational Weather ServiceChance of rain (Sunday): 80 percentChance of rain (Sunday night): 80 percentHigh temperature: Near 77Low temperature: Around 64Sunday’s forecast as of Feb. 14: “Showers and thunderstorms likely, then showers and possibly a thunderstorm after 2pm. High near 77. East wind 5 to 10 mph becoming south southwest in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible. Tonight, showers and possibly a thunderstorm before 8pm, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms between 8pm and 11pm. Low around 64. South wind around 5 mph becoming calm. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.”Feb. 12: “Showers and possibly a thunderstorm. High near 75. South wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80 percent.” That’s followed by a lower, albeit not insignificant chance of rain that night: “A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 63. South wind around 5 mph.”
The Weather ChannelChance of rain (Sunday): 80 percentChance of rain (Sunday night): 70 percentWinds: 5-10 mphHigh temperature: 76Low temperature: 65Sunday’s forecast as of Feb. 14: “Scattered thunderstorms during the morning becoming more widespread this afternoon. Heavy downpours are possible. A few storms may be severe. High 77F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 80%. Mostly cloudy skies. Scattered thunderstorms this evening. Low around 65F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 70%.”Feb. 12: The Weather Channel as a similar forecast as the National Weather Service: high chance of rain in the afternoon, followed by a less — but still notable — chance in the evening.”Scattered thunderstorms in the morning becoming more widespread in the afternoon. Storms may contain strong gusty winds. High 76. Winds South at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80 percent.” Following that, “scattered thunderstorms during the evening, then partly cloudy overnight. Low near 65. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 40 percent.”

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Daytona 500 weather updates: Will rain in forecast impact NASCAR’s 2021 race?



It just wouldn’t be a NASCAR event without the threat of a rain delay. Not even the first point-paying race of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series — the Daytona 500 — is immune.
Daytona Beach, Fla., was spared from any inclement weather on Tuesday as Kyle Busch won a thrilling Clash at Daytona. Thursday’s Daytona Duels, however, were less lucky; rain delayed the second qualifying race of the 500, otherwise known as the Daytona Duels.
NASCAR will likely hope for the former weather on Sunday, but early indications suggest the Daytona 500 will have at least some delays. The length of the delay depends significantly on the amount of rainfall and how quickly the track can be dried.Here’s everything you need to know about the weather forecast for the Daytona 500, including chance of rain, high and low temperatures and wind speed for both Sunday afternoon and night:MORE: Highlights from Daytona Duels qualifying races
Daytona 500 weather forecastNational Weather ServiceChance of rain (Sunday): 80 percentChance of rain (Sunday night): 30 percentHigh temperature: Near 75Low temperature: Around 63Sunday’s forecast as of Feb. 12: “Showers and possibly a thunderstorm. High near 75. South wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80 percent.” That’s followed by a lower, albeit not insignificant chance of rain that night: “A 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 63. South wind around 5 mph.”The Weather ChannelChance of rain (Sunday): 78 percentChance of rain (Sunday night): 44 percentWinds: 5-10 mphHigh temperature: 76Low temperature: 65Sunday’s forecast as of Feb. 12: The Weather Channel as a similar forecast as the National Weather Service: high chance of rain in the afternoon, followed by a less — but still notable — chance in the evening.”Scattered thunderstorms in the morning becoming more widespread in the afternoon. Storms may contain strong gusty winds. High 76. Winds South at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80 percent.” Following that, “scattered thunderstorms during the evening, then partly cloudy overnight. Low near 65. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 40 percent.”

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Clash at Daytona results, highlights from 2021 NASCAR Cup Series exhibition race



The first race of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series schedule didn’t disappoint.
The 2021 Busch Clash at Daytona featured several spin-outs, cautions and a final-lap pass as Kyle Busch stole a win, giving Joe Gibbs Racing its 10th all-time victory in the event. The fact the Clash is a non-points event didn’t stop racers from trying some truly inspired racing.

That’s even true for Kyle Busch, who didn’t lead a single of the 35 laps … until the final few hundred feet. He can thank a spin-out between friends Chase Elliott and Ryan Blaney for the last-second win.
Just … WOW. Chase Elliott sends Ryan Blaney around and Rowdy is there!RETWEET TO CONGRATULATE KYLE BUSCH ON HIS WIN IN THE BUSCH CLASH AT DAYTONA.Wow. pic.twitter.com/s5hylL5mlQ
— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 10, 2021MORE: NASCAR schedule 2021: Date, time, TV channels for every Cup Series raceSporting News tracked live updates and highlights from Tuesday’s 2021 Clash at Daytona. Check them out below:Clash at Daytona 2021: ResultsPos.
Driver
1.
Kyle Busch
2.
Chase Elliott
3.
Joey Logano
4.
Tyler Reddick
5.
William Byron
6.
Denny Hamlin
7.
Alex Bowman
8.
Erik Jones
9.
Rickey Stenhouse Jr.
10.
Matt DiBenedetto
11.
Austin Dillon
12.
Aric Almirola
13.
Ryan Blaney
14.
Ryan Newman
15.
Kevin Harvick
16.
Chris Buescher
17.
Brad Keselowski
18.
Ty Dillon
19.
Kurt Busch
20.
Cole Custer (DNF)
21.
Martin Truex Jr. (DNF)
Clash at Daytona 2021: HighlightsAll times Eastern8:59 p.m.: Neither Elliott nor Blaney happy with how things turned out at the end:8:45 p.m.: Incredible! Elliott spins Blaney out on the frontside chicane and allows Kyle Busch to sneak in and steal the Daytona Clash!
Just … WOW. Chase Elliott sends Ryan Blaney around and Rowdy is there!RETWEET TO CONGRATULATE KYLE BUSCH ON HIS WIN IN THE BUSCH CLASH AT DAYTONA.Wow. pic.twitter.com/s5hylL5mlQ
— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) February 10, 20218:44 p.m.: Blaney has the lead coming out of the backside chicane.8:44 p.m.: Elliott nearly takes a turn too wide in the bus stop but manages to distance himself. They’re back onto the oval, and he has a sizeable lead.8:43 p.m.: There’s the white flag with Blaney in the lead and Elliott in hot pursuit.8:42 p.m.: Blaney with some aggressive driving on Turn 5 and he takes the lead over from Elliott with just two laps to go.8:40 p.m.: Elliott and Blaney lead with three laps to go; Elliott has roughly a 30-second lead.8:39 pm.: Chris Buescher spins after contact with Bowman out of the chicane. No caution.8:37 p.m.: Elliott and Logano in the top two positions with four to go. Elliott in the lead by over a second.8:35 p.m.: They’re knocking out two laps under caution, leaving five laps remaining coming out of the caution. Chase Elliott, Kurt Busch and Logano are in the top three positions coming out of the restart.8:31 p.m.: Fourteen cars are pitting under caution heading into the last laps.8:29 p.m.: That’s the fourth caution by the way. Seven laps remaining.8:26 p.m.: Incredible. Truex spins into the wall coming out of the backstretch chicane. There’s a lot of dirt and mud down there. His night is done; just wasn’t meant to be.8:26 p.m.: And Blaney moves into second place in front of Hamlin.8:25 p.m.: Truex and Hamlin are fighting for the lead on the infield with just eight laps to go … and there’s Truex with the lead on the oval!8:24 p.m.: Unrelated, but this is a very cool camera angle.8:22 p.: And there’s Truex moving into second place with just nine laps to go. Excellent positioning by him after his penalty on the caution.8:19 p.m.: No issues on Turn 1 out of the restart — drivers taking note from the previous two mishaps by Blaney and Kurt Busch.8:17 p.m.: Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Austin Dillon start in the top three positions in the restart. Byron, meanwhile, starting in the back at 20; Custer’s night is done.8:13 p.m.: Now Byron, in 18th place at the restart, is driving without a rear driver-side tire. Doing a lot of damage to his frame. Something must have happened to cause him to lose air in it during the caution pit stop.That’ll be another lap under the caution flag while he gets back into the pit.8:07 p.m.: And there’s the third caution of the night, on Lap 22. Now there’s smoke and flames coming from his car. That’s probably his night.8:06 p.m.: Cole Custer, in seventh place, is the next racer to miss the chicane. He had time to restart, but his car isn’t moving. Might be a caution.8:05 p.m.: Hamlin has lead 12 of 20 laps in the Clash.8:02 p.m.: Hamlin, Blaney and Logano in the top three positions, respectively, heading back onto the oval.8 p.m.: And another issue on Turn 1! Kurt Busch was the leader on the restart and took it too fast. There was no correcting for him. He had to drive back around and is now squarely in last place.8 p.m.: Reddick’s car stalls coming out of the pit stop in the caution. He’ll start the race in 19th place.7:55 p.m.: Truex on the call to his crew chief said he was looking for the pace car and just missed the chicane.7:54 p.m.: Big oof for Truex. Bowman also heading to the rear for not serving his pass through before the caution.
Martin Truex Jr. is being penalized for not using the frontstretch chicane under caution. He will have to restart at the rear.Alex Bowman never served his pass through from his speeding penalty. Also going to the rear | #NASCAR
— Kelly Crandall (@KellyCrandall) February 10, 20217:51 p.m.: Lap 15 caution flag is out with Truex in the lead and Hamlin in second place.7:49 p.m.: Alex Bowman is penalized for going too fast on pit road.7:47 p.m.: Truex is now in the lead after overtaking Hamlin on the oval on Lap 14.7:41 p.m.: And disaster for Blaney! He was leading heading into Turn 1 off the green flag but had too much speed heading into Turn 1, forcing him to overcorrect and collide with Martin Truex Jr. Disastrous blunder. Now Kyle Reddick is in the lead, with Blaney falling to 14th.7:40 p.m.: Green flag again.7:39 p.m.: Scratch the previous entry on Logano; he’s moved to the rear coming out of the caution for having too many crew members over the wall.7:35 p.m.: The majority of racers are taking their pit stop with the caution, including Hamlin. Because this isn’t an event caution, no fuel can be added.7:34 p.m.: There’s a caution in effect; crews are sweeping at the bus stop, where plenty of dirt has been kicked up by racers.7:33 p.m.: Logano’s pit crew looking good.7:28 p.m.: DiBenedetto isn’t the only one pitting; Logano is as well for overheating issues. Kurt Busch is coming in for service as well.7:27 p.m.: Oh, now Matt DiBenedetto has missed the front chicane turn. He’s served with a stop and go penalty, forcing him to pit on Lap 6. Not ideal.7:25 p.m.: Hamlin, meanwhile, has led every lap thus far (five through). He has over a second lead over Blaney in second place.7:20 p.m.: And now Kevin Harvick is in the grass exiting the bus stop on Lap 3. No caution. He’s in last place heading into Lap 4.7:19 p.m.: Looks like Joey Logano already has some nose damage after hitting the curb on the front straightaway; the Fox Sports 1 telecast is reporting that he’s talked to his crew chief that the car feels and is handling differently.7:16 p.m.: Denny Hamlin takes an early lead over pole position holder Ryan Blaney coming out of the infield.7:15 p.m.: And there’s the green flag! Let’s see how the racers adjust to moving through the infield … and they all made it through Turn 1.7:14 p.m.: Chase Elliott, originally slated to start at the seventh position, has been moved to the rear by NASCAR for inadmissible adjustments to his car.7:09 p.m.: Engines fired:7:04 p.m.: Our first look at Clint Bowyer in the Nascar on Fox booth:
Clash at Daytona start time 2021Date: Tuesday, Feb. 9Start time: 7 p.m. ETTV: Fox Sports 1 (U.S.), TSN3/4 (Canada)Live stream: Fox Sports GoRadio: MRNClash at Daytona 2021: Format, lineup, entry listThe Busch Clash is scheduled for 35 laps (126.3 miles), with a scheduled caution at Lap 15. Drivers for the invitational must meet at least one of the following criteria to compete:Pole winner from any race last seasonPast Clash winner who raced full time last seasonPast Daytona 500 winner who raced full time last seasonPast Daytona 500 pole winner who raced full time last seasonQualified for last season’s Cup Series playoffsWon a Cup Series race in 2020Won a Cup Series race stage in 2020Twenty-four drivers were eligible to race in the Clash after the end of the 2020 Cup Series season, but three won’t race on Tuesday: Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Clint Bowyer.Below is the starting lineup for the 2021 Busch Clash at Daytona, the positions for which were drawn at random on Monday.Start
Car No.
Driver
Team
1.
12
Ryan Blaney
Team Penske
2.
48
Alex Bowman
Hendrick Motorsports
3.
11
Denny Hamlin
Joe Gibbs Racing
4.
2
Brad Keselowski
Team Penske
5.
24
William Byron
Hendrick Motorsports
6.
8
Tyler Reddick
Richard Childress Racing
7.
9
Chase Elliott
Hendrick Motorsports
8.
41
Cole Custer
Stewart-Haas Racing
9.
43
Erik Jones
Richard Petty Motorsports
10.
22
Joey Logano
Team Penske
11.
6
Ryan Newman
Roush Fenway Racing
12.
21
Matt DiBenedetto
Wood Brothers Racing
13.
17
Chris Buescher
Roush Fenway Racing
14.
23
Ty Dillon
23XI Racing
15.
1
Kurt Busch
Chip Ganassi Racing
16.
18
Kyle Busch
Joe Gibbs Racing
17.
4
Kevin Harvick
Stewart-Haas Racing
18.
19
Martin Truex Jr.
Joe Gibbs Racing
19.
3
Austin Dillon
Richard Childress Racing
20.
47
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
JTG Daugherty Racing
21.
10
Aric Almirola
Stewart-Haas Racing

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Clash at Daytona live updates, results, highlights from 2021 NASCAR Cup Series exhibition race



The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series schedule is set to begin on Tuesday with the Busch Clash at Daytona.
Though Tuesday’s exhibition is a non-points race, it should still be a competitive race to start the 2021 season, especially amid the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s especially true in this event, which last year concluded with only six cars still running after a series of late crashes. Erik Jones was the victorious driver at the 2020 Clash, limping across the finish line with a notably banged-up car.

MORE: Clash at Daytona 2021 start time, TV schedule, live stream, formatRyan Blaney earned the pole for Tuesday’s 35-lap Clash; he is followed by Alex Bowman, Denny Hamlin, Brad Keselowski and William Byron in the second through fifth positions, respectively.SN is tracking live updates and highlights from Tuesday’s 2021 Clash at Daytona. Follow along below:Clash at Daytona 2021: HighlightsAll times Eastern8:05 p.m.: Hamlin has lead 12 of 20 laps in the Clash.8:02 p.m.: Hamlin, Blaney and Logano in the top three positions, respectively, heading back onto the oval.8 p.m.: And another issue on Turn 1! Kurt Busch was the leader on the restart and took it too fast. There was no correcting for him. He had to drive back around and is now squarely in last place.8 p.m.: Reddick’s car stalls coming out of the pit stop in the caution. He’ll start the race in 19th place.7:55 p.m.: Truex on the call to his crew chief said he simply wasn’t looking for the chicane.7:54 p.m.: Big oof for Truex. Bowman also heading to the rear for not serving his pass through before the caution.
Martin Truex Jr. is being penalized for not using the frontstretch chicane under caution. He will have to restart at the rear.Alex Bowman never served his pass through from his speeding penalty. Also going to the rear | #NASCAR
— Kelly Crandall (@KellyCrandall) February 10, 20217:51 p.m.: Lap 15 caution flag is out with Truex in the lead and Hamlin in second place.7:49 p.m.: Alex Bowman is penalized for going too fast on pit road.7:47 p.m.: Truex is now in the lead after overtaking Hamlin on the oval on Lap 14.7:41 p.m.: And disaster for Blaney! He was leading heading into Turn 1 off the green flag, but had too much speed heading into Turn 1, forcing him to overcorrect and collide with Martin Truex Jr. Disastrous blunder. Now Kyle Reddick is in the lead, with Blaney falling to 14th.7:40 p.m.: Green flag again.7:39 p.m.: Scratch the previous entry on Logano; he’s moved to the rear coming out of the caution for having too many crew members over the wall.7:35 p.m.: The majority of racers are taking their pit stop with the caution, including Hamlin. Because this isn’t an event caution, no fuel can be added.7:34 p.m.: There’s a caution in effect; crews are sweeping at the bus stop, where plenty of dirt has been kicked up by racers.7:33 p.m.: Logano’s pit crew looking good.7:28 p.m.: DiBenedetto isn’t the only one pitting; Logano is as well for overheating issues. Kurt Busch is coming in for service as well.7:27 p.m.: Oh, now Matt DiBenedetto has missed the front chicane turn. He’s served with a stop and go penalty, forcing him to pit on Lap 6. Not ideal.7:25 p.m.: Hamlin, meanwhile, has led every lap thus far (five through thus far). He has over a second lead over Blaney in second place.7:20 p.m.: And now Kevin Harvick is in the grass exiting the bus stop on Lap 3. No caution. He’s in last place heading into Lap 4.7:19 p.m.: Looks like Joey Logano already has some nose damage after after hitting the curb on the front straightaway; the Fox Sports 1 telecast is reporting that he’s talked to his crew chief that the car feels and his handling differently.7:16 p.m.: Denny Hamlin takes an early lead over pole position holder Ryan Blney coming out of the infield.7:15 p.m.: And there’s the green flag! Let’s see how the racers adjust to moving through the infield … and they all made it through Turn 1.7:14 p.m.: Chase Elliott, originally slated to start at the seventh position, has been moved to the rear by NASCAR for inadmissable adjustments to his car.7:09 p.m.: Engines fired:7:04 p.m.: Our first look at Clint Bowyer in the Nascar on Fox booth:
Clash at Daytona start time 2021Date: Tuesday, Feb. 9Start time: 7 p.m. ETTV: Fox Sports 1 (U.S.), TSN3/4 (Canada)Live stream: Fox Sports GoRadio: MRNClash at Daytona 2021: Format, lineup, entry listThe Busch Clash is scheduled for 35 laps (126.3 miles), with a scheduled caution at Lap 15. Drivers for the invitational must meet at least one of the following criteria to compete:Pole winner from any race last seasonPast Clash winner who raced full time last seasonPast Daytona 500 winner who raced full time last seasonPast Daytona 500 pole winner who raced full time last seasonQualified for last season’s Cup Series playoffsWon a Cup Series race in 2020Won a Cup Series race stage in 2020Twenty-four drivers were eligible to race in the Clash after the end of the 2020 Cup Series season, but three won’t race on Tuesday: Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth and Clint Bowyer.Below is the starting lineup for the 2021 Busch Clash at Daytona, the positions for which were drawn at random on Monday.Start
Car No.
Driver
Team
1.
12
Ryan Blaney
Team Penske
2.
48
Alex Bowman
Hendrick Motorsports
3.
11
Denny Hamlin
Joe Gibbs Racing
4.
2
Brad Keselowski
Team Penske
5.
24
William Byron
Hendrick Motorsports
6.
8
Tyler Reddick
Richard Childress Racing
7.
9
Chase Elliott
Hendrick Motorsports
8.
41
Cole Custer
Stewart-Haas Racing
9.
43
Erik Jones
Richard Petty Motorsports
10.
22
Joey Logano
Team Penske
11.
6
Ryan Newman
Roush Fenway Racing
12.
21
Matt DiBenedetto
Wood Brothers Racing
13.
17
Chris Buescher
Roush Fenway Racing
14.
23
Ty Dillon
23XI Racing
15.
1
Kurt Busch
Chip Ganassi Racing
16.
18
Kyle Busch
Joe Gibbs Racing
17.
4
Kevin Harvick
Stewart-Haas Racing
18.
19
Martin Truex Jr.
Joe Gibbs Racing
19.
3
Austin Dillon
Richard Childress Racing
20.
47
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
JTG Daugherty Racing
21.
10
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Stewart-Haas Racing

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