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Welcome to the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season!

BIG changes were made to the cup schedule back in 2019, including new playoff tracks, a doubleheader at Pocono, and finally a night race at Martinsville.
Here is a look at the new schedule.

Race Number, Race Track. Playoff races in yellow
1 Daytona
2 Las Vegas
3 Auto Club
4 ISM
5 Atlanta
6 Homestead
7 Texas
8 Bristol
9 Richmond
10 Talladega
11 Dover
12 Martinsville
13 Charlotte
14 Kansas
15 Michigan
16 Sonoma
17 Chicagoland
18 Pocono
19 Pocono
20 Indianapolis
21 Kentucky
22 New Hampshire
23 Michigan
24 Watkins Glen
25 Dover
26 Daytona
27 Darlington
28 Richmond
29 Bristol
30 Las Vegas
31 Talladega
32 Charlotte Roval
33 Kansas
34 Texas
35 Martinsville
36 ISM


Not only was the schedule new, but some drivers move over to new teams. Here are the driver/team changes
Ryan Newman retires from full time cup series racing, but did not rule out part time racing. He currently has no ride for the season.
Roush Racing leased one of their charters to Leavine Family Racing, who would field their new #96 car.
Kurt Busch's contract with Chip Ganassi Racing expires, and he moves to the new #96 car with LFR.
Chip Ganassi Racing hires Ross Chastain to drive full time in the #40 car for the season.
Richard Childress Racing brings back the uncharted #31 car with Tyler Reddick driving full time and running for Rookie of the Year.
Paul Menard loses his ride with Wood Brothers Racing, and Austin Cindric takes command of the #21 running or Rookie of the Year.
Ryan Seig drives full time in the #15 Premium Motorsports car, but is ineligible for points as he runs full time in the Xfinity Series.
Spire Motorsports #77 is scheduled to have multiple drivers, but Reed Sorenson will be in the drivers seat for the first nine races of the season.

The Daytona 500 will be coming up soon!
 
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Other info I forgot to mention:

All races will be done at 30% length with 2x tire and fuel wear. Realistic damage is also in place.
Stage points WILL be given in each race, and playoff points will be counted up and added to the reset score at the end of the regular season.
 

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DAYTONA 500

Laps: 60
Stage 1: 15
Stage 2: 15
Final Stage: 30

Race one of the season starts off almost right where it ended last year, with Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch sharing the front row.
However, during stage 1 Denny Hamlin makes contact with lapped car B.J. McLeod, turning both cars along with Cody Ware.
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Kyle Busch commands stage 1, taking the first playoff point for the season.
Stage 1 results:
1 Kyle Busch
2 Clint Bowyer
3 Daniel Suarez
4 Daniel Hemric
5 Kyle Larson
6 Alex Bowman
7 Ryan Blaney
8 Chase Elliott
9 Brad Keselowski
10 Erik Jones

During stage 2 Austin Dillon is turned by Kyle Larson in turn 3, bringing out the second and final caution of the day.
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Toyota dominates the race, with Erik Jones leading the most laps (17) and winning stage 2.
Stage 2 results:
1 Erik Jones
2 Alex Bowman
3 Ricky Stenhouse Jr
4 Clint Bowyer
5 Kyle Busch
6 Ross Chastain
7 Martin Truex Jr
8 Daniel Suarez
9 Ryan Blaney
10 Chase Elliott

During the final stage, Ryan Blaney would spend most of the closing laps in the lead, and with the help of a slow Austin Dillon, would pull away from teammate Joey Logano to win his first Daytona 500!
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Blue = DNF, red = lapped car.
Race Results:
1 Ryan Blaney
2 Joey Logano
3 William Byron
4 Daniel Suarez
5 Ross Chastain
6 Kyle Busch
7 Alex Bowman
8 Martin Truex Jr.
9 Erik Jones
10 Brad Keselowski
11 Matt DiBenedetto
12 Chase Elliott
13 Kyle Larson
14 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
15 Ty Dillon
16 Austin Cindric
17 Kurt Busch
18 Jimmie Johnson
19 Chris Buescher
20 Tyler Reddick
21 Clint Bowyer
22 Daniel Hemric
23 Michael McDowell
24 David Ragan
25 Bubba Wallace
26 Corey Lajoie
27 Austin Dillon
28 Ryan Preece
29 Denny Hamlin
30 Ryan Seig
31 Brendan Gaughen
32 Aric Almirola
33 Cody Ware
34 B.J. McLeod
35 Reed Sorenson
36 Kevin Harvick

37 Matt Tiftt
38 Landon Cassill


Points standings will be available after Las Vegas, but Kyle Busch does leave Daytona with the points lead.

Recap
Pole: Denny Hamlin
Stage 1: Kyle Busch
Stage 2: Erik Jones
Most Laps Led: Erik Jones
Winner: Ryan Blaney
 
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LAS VEGAS
Laps: 81
Stage 1: 20
Stage 2: 20
Final Stage: 41

Race number two starts off with Martin Truex Jr. on the pole, however he would not lead a single lap during the race.
Aric Almirola led the first 12 laps until Chase Elliott took the lead and won the first stage.

Stage 1 results:
1 Chase Elliott
2 Kyle Busch
3 Erik Jones
4 Joey Logano
5 Aric Almirola
6 Martin Truex Jr
7 Clint Bowyer
8 Ryan Blaney
9 Denny Hamlin
10 Kevin Harvick

During stage two Denny Hamlin turns lapped car Cody Ware entering turn one.
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Kyle Busch controlled the pace in stage two until Kyle Larson stole the lead with three to go.
Stage 2:
1 Kyle Larson
2 Kyle Busch
3 Chase Elliott
4 Alex Bowman
5 Clint Bowyer
6 Denny Hamlin
7 Kevin Harvick
8 Martin Truex Jr
9 Erik Jones
10 Ryan Blaney

During the final stage the Big One decided to strike at Las Vegas when Martin Truex Jr. clips Landon Cassill, sending him spinning into Ryan Blaney. Blaney spins with Cassill collecting multiple cars and even sending Jimmie Johnson flipping.
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Kyle Busch's day ended while he was running in the top five when his engine failed on him.
The final caution appeared with less than ten to go, when Kurt Busch turned Ross Chastain, sending him into the wall.
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Chase Elliott would led the most laps (36 or 81) and go on to win at Las Vegas Motor Speedway!
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Blue = DNF, red = lapped car.
Race Results:
1 Chase Elliott
2 Clint Bowyer
3 Joey Logano
4 Kyle Larson
5 Denny Hamlin
6 Erik Jones
7 Kevin Harvick
8 Aric Almirola
9 Martin Truex Jr.
10 Daniel Suarez
11 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
12 William Byron
13 Kurt Busch
14 Daniel Hemric
15 Matt DiBenedetto
16 Michael McDowell
17 Chris Buescher
18 Tyler Reddick
19 Alex Bowman
20 Ty Dillon
21 David Ragan
22 Ross Chastain
23 Bubba Wallace
24 Austin Dillon
25 Ryan Seig
26 Cody Ware

27 Kyle Busch
28 Ryan Blaney
29 Ryan Preece
30 Brad Keselowski
31 Austin Cindric
32 Matt Tiftt
33 Jimmie Johnson
34 Corey Lajoie
35 B.J. McLeod
36 Reed Sorenson
37 Landon Cassill


Points Standings:
1 Chase Elliott - 87
2 Erik Jones - 80
3 Clint Bowyer - 77
4 Joey Logano - 76
5 Kyle Busch - 75
6 Kyle Larson - 73
7 Daniel Suarez - 71
8 Alex Bowman - 69
9 Martin Truex Jr. - 69
10 Ryan Blaney - 59
11 William Byron - 59
12 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - 57
13 Ross Chastain - 52
14 Matt DiBenedetto - 48
15 Denny Hamlin - 47
16 Daniel Hemric - 45
17 Kurt Busch - 44
18 Aric Almirola - 40
19 Ty Dillon - 39
20 Chris Buescher - 38
21 Brad Keselowski - 36
22 Kevin Harvick - 36
23 Tyler Reddick - 36
24 Michael McDowell - 35
25 David Ragan - 29
26 Austin Cindric - 27
27 Bubba Wallace - 26
28 Austin Dillon - 23
29 Jimmie Johnson - 23
30 Ryan Preece - 17
31 Cody Ware - 15
32 Corey Lajoie - 14
33 Brendan Gaughen - 6
34 Matt Tiftt - 6
35 Reed Sorenson - 3
36 Landon Cassill - 2

Recap
Pole: Martin Truex Jr.
Stage 1: Chase Elliott
Stage 2: Kyle Larson
Most Laps Led: Chase Elliott
Winner: Chase Elliott
 
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AUTO CLUB
Laps: 60
Stage 1: 15
Stage 2: 15
Final Stage: 30

Clint Bowyer grabs the pole and leads the field to green in Southern California!
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A fight for the stage win between Logano and Almirola comes down to inches with the #10 car taking the stage victory.
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Stage 1:
1 Aric Almirola
2 Joey Logano
3 Denny Hamlin
4 Kyle Larson
5 Kyle Busch
6 Kevin Harvick
7 Clint Bowyer
8 Martin Truex Jr
9 Brad Keselowski
10 Ryan Blaney

During stage 2 our polesitter Clint Bowyer blows an engine on the front stretch, then his teammate Daniel Suarez runs into the back of him, sending both of them spinning around.
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During stage 2 Kyle Larson has engine problems forcing him out of the race. Denny Hamlin shows speed throughout stage 2, taking the stage win and leading the most laps of the race (16, tied with Aric Almirola). Unfortunately Hamlin would a loose wheel during the final stage and end the race one lap down.
Stage 2:
1 Denny Hamlin
2 Kevin Harvick
3 Aric Almirola
4 Ross Chastain
5 Kyle Busch
6 Chase Elliott
7 Erik Jones
8 Alex Bowman
9 Joey Logano
10 Martin Truex Jr

With ten laps to go, Kyle Busch and William Byron drive deep into turn three, both going for the same spot on the track resulting in a wreck. Busch was running top five while Byron was a lap down.
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Kevin Harvick passes his teammate Aric Almirola with two laps left, driving away to victory lane at Auto Club!
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Blue = DNF, red = lapped car.
Race Results:
1 Kevin Harvick
2 Aric Almirola
3 Ryan Blaney
4 Brad Keselowski
5 Chase Elliott
6 Martin Truex Jr.
7 Erik Jones
8 Joey Logano
9 Ross Chastain
10 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
11 Kyle Busch
12 Chris Buescher
13 Austin Cindric
14 Daniel Hemric
15 Matt DiBenedetto
16 David Ragan
17 Ty Dillon
18 Tyler Reddick
19 Daniel Suarez
20 Denny Hamlin
21 Jimmie Johnson
22 Alex Bowman
23 Ryan Preece
24 Kurt Busch
25 Corey Lajoie
26 Michael McDowell
27 Bubba Wallace
28 Austin Dillon
29 Ryan Seig
30 Reed Sorenson
31 Cody Ware
32 William Byron
33 Landon Cassill
34 B.J. McLeod

35 Kyle Larson
36 Clint Bowyer
37 Matt Tiftt


Point Standings (Winners in Yellow)
1 Chase Elliott - 124
2 Joey Logano - 116
3 Erik Jones - 114
4 Kyle Busch - 113
5 Martin Truex Jr. - 104
6 Ryan Blaney - 94
7 Aric Almirola - 93
8 Kevin Harvick - 90
9 Daniel Suarez - 89
10 Alex Bowman - 87
11 Ross Chastain - 87
12 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - 84
13 Clint Bowyer - 82
14 Denny Hamlin - 82
15 Kyle Larson - 82
16 Matt DiBenedetto - 81
17 Brad Keselowski - 71
18 Daniel Hemric - 68
19 William Byron - 64
20 Chris Buescher - 63
21 Ty Dillon - 59
22 Kurt Busch - 57
23 Tyler Reddick - 55
24 Austin Cindric - 51
25 David Ragan - 50
26 Michael McDowell - 46
27 Jimmie Johnson - 39
28 Bubba Wallace - 36
29 Austin Dillon - 32
30 Ryan Preece - 31
31 Corey Lajoie - 26
32 Cody Ware - 21
33 Reed Sorenson - 10
34 Matt Tiftt - 8
35 Brendan Gaughen - 6
36 Landon Cassill - 6

Recap
Pole: Clint Bowyer
Stage 1: Aric Almirola
Stage 2: Denny Hamlin
Most Laps Led: Denny Hamlin, Aric Almirola
Winner: Kevin Harvick
 
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ISM
Laps: 94
Stage 1: 25
Stage 2: 25
Final Stage: 44

Brad Keselowski snatches the pole in the desert and leads the field to green! However, he is quickly swallowed up by the field in the dog-leg.
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Kyle Busch dominates the first stage, being the first this season to win multiple stages.
Stage 1:
1 Kyle Busch
2 Kevin Harvick
3 Denny Hamlin
4 Jimmie Johnson
5 Clint Bowyer
6 Joey Logano
7 William Byron
8 Martin Truex Jr
9 Ryan Blaney
10 Kyle Larson

The first caution strikes around lap 36 with Matt DiBenedetto turning Landon Cassill in the dog-leg. Cassill hits the wall but continues racing.
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After Kyle Busch leads the first 38 laps (the most of the race) Clint Bowyer's team makes a change in their setup, which ultimately gives Bowyer the lead and the stage win.

Stage 2:
1 Clint Bowyer
2 Ryan Blaney
3 Kyle Larson
4 Kyle Busch
5 Ross Chastain
6 Joey Logano
7 Chase Elliott
8 Aric Almirola
9 Erik Jones
10 Brad Keselowski

The race decides to take a weird turn in the second half of the race, with David Ragan and William Byron making contact in the dog-leg, sending both of them along with bystander Reed Sorenson into the outside wall. When Ragan hits the wall his car flips over, but thankfully rolls back on its wheels. Ragan was released from the care center after the wreck.
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Continuing with the weird turn, Corey Lajoie is turned by Joey Logano in turn 3. Strangely, Ryan Blaney's car loses control and slaps the outside wall, flipping on its side. Blaney was okay from the wreck, and in an interview said he was "confused by what happened and still doesn't know what went wrong".
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Kyle Busch may have dominated early, but it would be the other Kyle who would show what he's got in the final laps and take the win in Arizona!
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Blue = DNF, red = lapped car.
Race Results:
1 Kyle Larson
2 Clint Bowyer
3 Chase Elliott
4 Kyle Busch
5 Tyler Reddick
6 Joey Logano
7 Ross Chastain
8 Aric Almirola
9 Brad Keselowski
10 Alex Bowman
11 Daniel Hemric
12 Kurt Busch
13 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
14 Daniel Suarez
15 Austin Cindric
16 Erik Jones
17 Ryan Preece
18 Kevin Harvick
19 Chris Buescher
20 Ty Dillon
21 Matt Tiftt
22 Jimmie Johnson
23 Matt DiBenedetto
24 Martin Truex Jr.
25 Denny Hamlin
26 Bubba Wallace
27 Michael McDowell
28 Corey Lajoie
29 Ryan Seig
30 Austin Dillon
31 B.J. McLeod
32 Landon Cassill
33 Reed Sorenson
34 Ryan Blaney
35 William Byron
36 David Ragan
37 Cody Ware

Point Standings (Winners in Yellow)
1 Kyle Busch - 163
2 Chase Elliott - 162
3 Joey Logano - 157
4 Erik Jones - 137
5 Clint Bowyer - 133
6 Kyle Larson - 131
7 Aric Almirola - 125
8 Ross Chastain - 123
9 Martin Truex Jr. - 120
10 Kevin Harvick - 118
11 Alex Bowman - 114
12 Daniel Suarez - 112
13 Ryan Blaney - 108
14 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - 108
15 Denny Hamlin - 102
16 Brad Keselowski - 100
17 Matt DiBenedetto - 95
18 Daniel Hemric - 94
19 Tyler Reddick - 87
20 Kurt Busch - 82
21 Chris Buescher - 81
22 Ty Dillon - 76
23 Austin Cindric - 73
24 William Byron - 70
25 Jimmie Johnson - 61
26 Michael McDowell - 56
27 David Ragan - 51
28 Ryan Preece - 51
29 Bubba Wallace - 47
30 Austin Dillon - 39
31 Corey Lajoie - 35
32 Matt Tiftt - 24
33 Cody Ware - 22
34 Reed Sorenson - 14
35 Landon Cassill - 11
36 Brendan Gaughen - 6

Recap
Pole: Brad Keselowski
Stage 1: Kyle Busch
Stage 2: Clint Bowyer
Most Laps Led: Kyle Busch
Winner: Kyle Larson

For some reason I cant get the colors to work right now... not sure why but oh well.
 
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ATLANTA
Laps: 98
Stage 1: 25
Stage 2: 25
Final Stage: 48

Denny Hamlin was able to snatch another pole this season, and took the field to green at Atlanta!
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Joey Logano quickly took the lead early, but was passed by Kevin Harvick just after.
While Harvick was leading, on lap 12 he caught lapper B.J. McLeod. McLeod decided to take Harvick's line entering turn one, for no good reason, getting himself turned into the wall. Harvick suffered minor damage, but it was enough to keep him from being able to compete for the lead.
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Joey Logano showed his power at Atlanta by leading the rest of stage one and taking the win on lap 25.
Stage 1:
1 Joey Logano
2 Clint Bowyer
3 Kevin Harvick
4 Jimmie Johnson
5 Chase Elliott
6 Alex Bowman
7 Ross Chastain
8 Daniel Suarez
9 Martin Truex Jr
10 William Byron

Joey Logano continued to dominate by lapping over half the field, and taking the win in a caution free stage.
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Stage 2:
1 Joey Logano
2 Chase Elliott
3 Clint Bowyer
4 Kevin Harvick
5 Alex Bowman
6 Brad Keselowski
7 Ryan Blaney
8 Ross Chastain
9 Daniel Suarez
10 Denny Hamlin

B.J. McLeod wasn't done with screwing other drive's day up, and decided to pull the same move he did on Harvick again, this time on Bubba Wallace. His car was not parked however, because the wrecks didn't look "intentional" enough... so the #51 kept on going. And again, McLeod got himself most of the damage, this time more damage than he did last time.
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Other than McLeod, the race was uneventful. Joey Logano led 61 of the 98 laps and took the checkered flag in Georgia!
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Race Results:
1 Joey Logano
2 Erik Jones
3 Chase Elliott
4 Ryan Blaney
5 Daniel Suarez
6 Clint Bowyer
7 Kyle Larson
8 Ross Chastain
9 Denny Hamlin
10 Brad Keselowski
11 William Byron
12 Alex Bowman
13 Austin Dillon
14 Martin Truex Jr.
15 Kyle Busch
16 Kevin Harvick
17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
18 Kurt Busch
19 Matt DiBenedetto
20 Tyler Reddick
21 Jimmie Johnson
22 Chris Buescher
23 Corey Lajoie
24 Ty Dillon
25 Daniel Hemric
26 Aric Almirola
27 Austin Cindric
28 Bubba Wallace
29 David Ragan
30 Michael McDowell
31 Ryan Preece
32 Ryan Seig
33 Landon Cassill
34 B.J. McLeod
35 Matt Tiftt
36 Reed Sorenson
37 Cody Ware

Point Standings
1 Joey Logano - 217
2 Chase Elliott - 211
3 Kyle Busch - 185
4 Clint Bowyer - 181
5 Erik Jones - 172
6 Kyle Larson - 161
7 Ross Chastain - 159
8 Kevin Harvick - 154
9 Alex Bowman - 150
10 Daniel Suarez - 149
11 Martin Truex Jr. - 145
12 Ryan Blaney - 145
13 Aric Almirola - 136
14 Brad Keselowski - 132
15 Denny Hamlin - 131
16 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - 128
17 Matt DiBenedetto - 113
18 Daniel Hemric - 106
19 Tyler Reddick - 104
20 Kurt Busch - 101
21 William Byron - 97
22 Chris Buescher - 96
23 Ty Dillon - 89
24 Jimmie Johnson - 84
25 Austin Cindric - 83
26 Austin Dillon - 63
27 Michael McDowell - 63
28 David Ragan - 59
29 Ryan Preece - 57
30 Bubba Wallace - 56
31 Corey Lajoie - 49
32 Matt Tiftt - 26
33 Cody Ware - 23
34 Landon Cassill - 15
35 Reed Sorenson - 15
36 Brendan Gaughen - 6

Recap
Pole: Denny Hamlin
Stage 1: Joey Logano
Stage 2: Joey Logano
Most Laps Led: Joey Logano
Winner: Joey Logano
 
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ATLANTA
Laps: 98
Stage 1: 25
Stage 2: 25
Final Stage: 48

Denny Hamlin was able to snatch another pole this season, and took the field to green at Atlanta!
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Joey Logano quickly took the lead early, but was passed by Kevin Harvick just after.
While Harvick was leading, on lap 12 he caught lapper B.J. McLeod. McLeod decided to take Harvick's line entering turn one, for no good reason, getting himself turned into the wall. Harvick suffered minor damage, but it was enough to keep him from being able to compete for the lead.
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Joey Logano showed his power at Atlanta by leading the rest of stage one and taking the win on lap 25.
Stage 1:
1 Joey Logano
2 Clint Bowyer
3 Kevin Harvick
4 Jimmie Johnson
5 Chase Elliott
6 Alex Bowman
7 Ross Chastain
8 Daniel Suarez
9 Martin Truex Jr
10 William Byron

Joey Logano continued to dominate by lapping over half the field, and taking the win in a caution free stage.
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Stage 2:
1 Joey Logano
2 Chase Elliott
3 Clint Bowyer
4 Kevin Harvick
5 Alex Bowman
6 Brad Keselowski
7 Ryan Blaney
8 Ross Chastain
9 Daniel Suarez
10 Denny Hamlin

B.J. McLeod wasn't done with screwing other drive's day up, and decided to pull the same move he did on Harvick again, this time on Bubba Wallace. His car was not parked however, because the wrecks didn't look "intentional" enough... so the #51 kept on going. And again, McLeod got himself most of the damage, this time more damage than he did last time.
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Other than McLeod, the race was uneventful. Joey Logano led 61 of the 98 laps and took the checkered flag in Georgia!
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Race Results:
1 Joey Logano
2 Erik Jones
3 Chase Elliott
4 Ryan Blaney
5 Daniel Suarez
6 Clint Bowyer
7 Kyle Larson
8 Ross Chastain
9 Denny Hamlin
10 Brad Keselowski
11 William Byron
12 Alex Bowman
13 Austin Dillon
14 Martin Truex Jr.
15 Kyle Busch
16 Kevin Harvick
17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
18 Kurt Busch
19 Matt DiBenedetto
20 Tyler Reddick
21 Jimmie Johnson
22 Chris Buescher
23 Corey Lajoie
24 Ty Dillon
25 Daniel Hemric
26 Aric Almirola
27 Austin Cindric
28 Bubba Wallace
29 David Ragan
30 Michael McDowell
31 Ryan Preece
32 Ryan Seig
33 Landon Cassill
34 B.J. McLeod
35 Matt Tiftt
36 Reed Sorenson
37 Cody Ware

Point Standings
1 Joey Logano - 217
2 Chase Elliott - 211
3 Kyle Busch - 185
4 Clint Bowyer - 181
5 Erik Jones - 172
6 Kyle Larson - 161
7 Ross Chastain - 159
8 Kevin Harvick - 154
9 Alex Bowman - 150
10 Daniel Suarez - 149
11 Martin Truex Jr. - 145
12 Ryan Blaney - 145
13 Aric Almirola - 136
14 Brad Keselowski - 132
15 Denny Hamlin - 131
16 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - 128
17 Matt DiBenedetto - 113
18 Daniel Hemric - 106
19 Tyler Reddick - 104
20 Kurt Busch - 101
21 William Byron - 97
22 Chris Buescher - 96
23 Ty Dillon - 89
24 Jimmie Johnson - 84
25 Austin Cindric - 83
26 Austin Dillon - 63
27 Michael McDowell - 63
28 David Ragan - 59
29 Ryan Preece - 57
30 Bubba Wallace - 56
31 Corey Lajoie - 49
32 Matt Tiftt - 26
33 Cody Ware - 23
34 Landon Cassill - 15
35 Reed Sorenson - 15
36 Brendan Gaughen - 6

Recap
Pole: Denny Hamlin
Stage 1: Joey Logano
Stage 2: Joey Logano
Most Laps Led: Joey Logano
Winner: Joey Logano
I see penalties in the future for B.J.
 

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