Larson, Johnson , Busch talk Bristol's updated racing groove
BUY TICKETS: See the races at Bristol MORE: Weekend schedule " Starting lineup " Bristol photos BRISTOL, Tenn. -- It's not that Kyle Larson isn't a fan of the sticky substance put down on the racing surface at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series points leader understands the reasoning behind the application of an adhesive product to the lower portion of the track. But the driver of the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing said he believes the amount placed on the concrete could create a situation that lends itself to keeping drivers racing single-file around the steeply-banked .533-mile track for Monday's Food City 500 (1 p.m. ET, FOX, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Track officials applied the adhesive in the lower sections of the turns in an attempt to create an additional racing groove and promote passing on the often treacherous track. One of a handful of Monster Energy Cup drivers who also competed in Saturday's Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 XFINITY Series race, Larson said he "tried to work the top in" during Friday’s XFINITY Series practice at BMS. "I feel like it would still be really fast up there, it's just nobody is brave enough to go up there and work in the groove," said Larson, who won the pole for Saturday's XFINITY Series race. "The VHT (substance) is wider than the width of our race cars now too, which makes it extremely easy to run around the bottom and not a lot of fun. "I don't know, maybe some guys like it, but I think, yeah it looks like old Bristol because we are all running around the bottom, but I just don't see how that is fun." For years, Bristol was known as a one-groove track where drivers were forced to bump their way past competitors as they tried to advance through the field. That often led to ill tempers and altercations but tremendous fan turnout as well. The facility boasted a string of 55-consecutive sellouts between 1982 and 2010 during a time that seating capacity grew from approximately 30,000 to nearly 160,000. Officials added progressive banking in 2007 in an effort to move away from the single-file racing for which the facility, which opened in 1961, had become known. But the change created a reverse situation -- the upper groove became the preferred line around the track, and after several races that featured few lead changes and contact, officials went back to the drawing boards In 2012, the track was altered once again when officials milled the upper groove in an effort to create more side-by-side competition. The results have been mixed, and the application of the adhesive is the latest move. Officials first applied the product prior to last year's night race at BMS. "I think it was like three or four feet wide," Larson, one of six race winners through this season's first seven races, said of the initial application. "I thought that was a good width because you could get your left sides in it and you really had to be cautious of hitting your marks every corner. "Now it's like you just fire off from the corner and it doesn't really matter where you enter as long as your right sides are in the grip you are going to rip around the corner. (It) just makes it too easy for us and I don't think that is good for racing." Kyle Busch, a winner of five Monster Energy NASCAR races and 17 overall at BMS, said the early indication Friday was that "there's a lot of bottom going on and not a whole lot of middle or top." "I'm sure Larson's thrilled and he'll have to rubber in the top himself while the rest of us are rooting and gouging for the bottom," he said. Seven-time series champion Jimmie Johnson commended Bristol officials for the effort, noting that it was something that had worked in the past. "And in the Driver's Council meeting after our fall race here, we were all eager to make sure it was back down," Johnson said, "and (we) thought that it did offer more options (for passing) than without it." &amp;amp;amp;lt;/p&amp;amp;amp;gt;
Junior beats fitness guru Johnson in weekly workout
BUY TICKETS: See the races at Bristol Before making their way down to Key West, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his wife Amy spent some time in Texas, and despite the lack of racing, Junior seemed to keep busy. "I went and rode 60 miles on Monday and Tuesday -- or was it Tuesday and Wednesday?" Earnhardt said on Tuesday's "The Dale Jr. Download" podcast. "I don't know, does it matter? You rode a lot on that bike," said Amy, who was guest co-hosting the podcast. "You rode more than you needed to." What really mattered is the 60 miles Junior rode during the offweek were 60 miles more than Jimmie Johnson did during his offweek in Mexico. RELATED: Johnson's passion for fitness inspires Hendrick teammates "Sorry, Jimmie," said Amy, who revealed Johnson's lack of workout time on the Download. "Throwing you way under the bus there, but Dale's so proud of himself." He certainly was. "We've talked about our (driver) workout routine at (Hendrick Motorsports) and every week we get a report emailed to us about what everyone did," Earnhardt explained. "I did quite a bit of cycling, basically four hours of cycling, 60 miles. And I'm like 'Yes! This is going to be awesome for the report.' But I didn’t do any strength so I got a big zero on the strength. "But I got the report in and I did the most and Jimmie Johnson , the workout beast that he is, did nothing." So, Johnson , perhaps for the first time since Hendrick Motorsports started its driver workout program, gets "a pink zero" next to his name for the week. Dale Jr. 60, Johnson , 0. You’re up, "Seven-time!"
Smith and Johnson get together
Regan Smith and Billy Johnson get together during the Johnsonville Sausage 200 Presented by Menards at Road America.
Post-Race Reactions: Papis slaps Johnson
Following the Johnsonville Sausage 200 presented by Menards at Road America Max Papis has a few words with Billy Johnson .
Cain: Johnson's Texas win, attitude remind us why he's a true champion
BUY TICKETS: See the races at Bristol All these seasons (16), all these Monster Energy NASCAR Cup win trophies (81) and all those Hall of Fame-ready championships (seven) later, the perpetually good-natured Jimmie Johnson can still smile when people wonder if his success train has derailed. Even a bit. His victory Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway – now giving him a winner's cowboy hat for every day of the week -- simultaneously assured his fans all is well with an automatic playoff bid and left the others to mutter, "Here we go again." Yep. Here we go again and what a historical ride this could be. To be fair, this has been the statistically slowest start to a season in his career. Even after his win Sunday he's ranked a surprisingly low 11th – up three spots from last week. After the season-opening six races leading into Texas produced " Johnson subpar" results, there was plenty of speculation that the multi-time and reigning champion No. 48 team might have finally recessed a bit. That the group might have become "human" – you know, found itself mired in a … "slump." If you can really consider six races without a trophy, a slump, for Pete's sake. RELATED: Johnson rallies, corrals Texas win At no point during the early season did Johnson or his fearless team leader, crew chief Chad Knaus, appear worried, however. They met all their media requirements – with a smile. And even after a qualifying gaffe just this Friday at Texas, there was no panic. It was sort of similar to the 2016 season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, when NASCAR officials discovered a last minute, technical concern on the car. The team had to push the Chevrolet off the starting grid, go through inspection again and Johnson lined up last for the season-finale, championship-determining green flag. Again, no panic on the team. Johnson methodically worked his way back toward the front at Miami, took the lead with three laps of extra time remaining and drove off to earn his record-tying seventh Cup title – a championship tally many believe will never happen again in the sport. Yet, it's a number Johnson may well add to. It was brilliant work -- and even more dramatic considering the obstacles the team had to overcome. But it was of little surprise to those that know this group best. "I think there's a little bit of vintage 48 in that," Knaus conceded Sunday at Texas. "It seems as though we have in times of turmoil and distress managed to get some pretty solid finishes with the 48 car, and I think that's a true testament to Jimmie and his ability to not waver. "He doesn't get spooked. He doesn't get too crazy. He keeps his calm. He's very calm in nature as we all know. So him doing that and allowing us to work on the race car the way that we need to without panic setting in, I think there's definitely an element to that. We love a challenge." And the team has had its share in the early portion of this season. That's why being Jimmie Johnson is such a bonus – a perpetually under-appreciated advantage. The El Cajon, California, native remains calm, cool and collected no matter the size of the challenge. And it's actually a good lesson for all of us who are less inclined to breathe and set-in. Even after requiring three bags of IV fluid following a steamy race and malfunction with Johnson's in-car drinking system at Texas on Sunday, he still fulfilled a winner's obligation for a press conference. RELATED: Johnson taken to infield care center after Texas win After hearing about how "off" Johnson felt in Victory Lane, some in the media center were quite sure he would understandably beg off. He had done all the television and radio interviews while in Victory Lane, after all. But no, nearly two hours after the race, Johnson came in and answered all the interview questions anyone had. All class. My question was the same to Knaus and later to Johnson . What's the secret in keeping so cool under so much pressure, to achieving ultimate excellence when odds are toughest? "There certainly is a mindset that works for everyone, and for me, much more on the reserved side has always paid off for me," Johnson said. "It may be the environment. At Homestead, kind of reacting to things and keeping me under control was good. And today was good. "I feel like at times when I start up front or we've had a dominant weekend, you're kind of expected to perform, and you can try too hard easily in this sport. I don't know exactly, but maybe there is something, and kind of just being knocked down a notch, like 'OK, this is going to be a working man's day,' we're going to have to fight through a lot, stay calm, identify with 100 percent, because again, it's very easy to step over that line and bust your butt, from a pit call being too aggressive, too aggressive on pit lane in the car, passing other cars like we did today. "I had to be so patient, and in the end, the patience kind of paid off for me." It did. Again. And now, somewhere on a beach in Mexico, Johnson is vacationing with his family during NASCAR's Easter off-week. He joked Sunday that he planned to indulge in Mexican food, get a tan (or sunburn, he worried) and most likely, enjoy a margarita. Or two. So here's a toast to you Jimmie. Congrats on the way you keep bringing it, racing like you're trying to earn your first win. All while reminding everyone why you are such a true champion. </p>
Seven-Time's off weekend regimen includes much-needed 'rehydration'
BUY TICKETS: See the races at Bristol BRISTOL, Tenn. -- After his victory two weeks ago at Texas Motor Speedway, Jimmie Johnson was late for his post-race press conference – and with good reason. Because of a malfunction with his fluid delivery system, Johnson was dehydrated by the end of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race. Consequently, a trip to the infield care center for IV fluids delayed his appearance in the media center. During the NASCAR off week over Easter, Johnson took on very different sorts of fluids, in Mexico no less. After all, what good is a well-earned vacation if you can't celebrate your most recent victory? RELATED: Johnson taken to infield care center after Texas win "Yeah, the three IV bags did wonders," Johnson said in a press conference Friday. "After leaving the media center, I started my off weekend quickly that night and proceeded to chase out the pain with as many margaritas and beers as I could down in Mexico. "I recovered well, but unfortunately came back sick from Mexico, and I'm just on the tail end of that now. If you are going to play you are going to pay, I guess, at the end of the day." What made the trip worth playing – and paying – was a victory that reversed a sluggish start to the season for the No. 48 team. Uncharacteristically, Johnson had posted just one top-10 finish in six races before the Texas win. "We would have been drowning sorrows instead of celebrating and enjoying it (if the team hadn't won)," Johnson said. "There's no better way to go into an off weekend than with a win or a strong run, strong performance. "We all sit inside of our heads and think about where we're at, what's going on. A tricky start to our season, to say the least, and to punch our ticket to the playoffs and get that win made for a great off weekend." &lt;/p&gt;
Harvick reveals 'worst part of (his) job,' more tweets
Editor's note: Every Friday during the season, "Tweets You Might Have Missed" presents eight of the best NASCAR-related tweets from the week. Follow @NASCAR 1. Had a stand off this morning trying to leave. Keelan planted himself in the back of my car... #worstpartofmyjob pic.twitter.com/Mez98xo139 — Kevin Harvick (@KevinHarvick) April 21, 2017 2. The guys at @donut_media asked me if I could make a lap doing a burnout.... pic.twitter.com/qzkavFIdVj — Joey Logano (@joeylogano) April 20, 2017 3. Solid back to back dinner outfits. #Lydia pic.twitter.com/FynBEdz7Hv — Jimmie Johnson (@JimmieJohnson) April 17, 2017 4. When you know the code to @BubbaWallace house.... pic.twitter.com/MdYtzL8cE7 — Ryan Blaney (@Blaney) April 20, 2017 5. Why not start the day out with a @NASCARHall vote! Not telling you who to vote for, but would you like a latte? https://t.co/iDLobpMZj3 pic.twitter.com/X3WXlNNbfp — Roush Fenway Racing (@roushfenway) April 21, 2017 6. #6 is getting a little weird. It was @hoopgroupclt night tonight. Started season wearing #6. Played our 6th game tonight and were 6-0 now pic.twitter.com/oq6TycGcfC — Darrell Wallace Jr (@BubbaWallace) April 20, 2017 7. A happy Easter to all! Hope you're having a great day and if not, here's a funny video from a friend to get you started... Nice work John https://t.co/8QsBQlQtvP — Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) April 16, 2017 Pastors prepping for Easter like... pic.twitter.com/OrPIkZa3j0 — John Crist (@johnbcrist) April 15, 2017 8. When people ask me "what's the difference between NASCAR and F1?" https://t.co/okfJEo72nw — landon cassill (@landoncassill) April 16, 2017 PENALTY - Lewis Hamilton hit with a five-second penalty for driving unnecessarily slow in the pit lane, holding Ricciardo up. #BahrainGP #F1 — Nick DeGroot (@ndegroot89) April 16, 2017
Fifth annual NASCAR Race To Green celebrates industry-wide effort
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- To commemorate the holistic effort being made to help protect and preserve the environment, NASCAR® announced its fifth annual NASCAR Race to Green ™ initiative. Beginning today and culminating with Sunday's TOYOTA OWNERS 400 at Richmond International Raceway, the initiative will build awareness around the programs NASCAR, the industry and multiple partners have developed to help reduce its carbon footprint. A key pillar of NASCAR Race to Green is a call-to-action for fans and the industry to donate trees that will be planted across the country as well as in areas recently devastated by natural disasters. Fans can visit NASCAR.com/green to donate trees -- $1 per tree for a 2-3 foot sapling -- to be planted in those areas with the support of the Arbor Day Foundation. Fans are encouraged to share their own efforts around being green by using the hashtag #NASCARGreen. "The Race To Green initiative allows us to highlight the foundational partners that help reduce our impact on the environment all year long," said Brent Dewar, NASCAR Chief Operating Officer. "As an example of the wide range of initiatives taking place across the industry, American Ethanol has helped us eclipse 10 million miles on Sunoco Green E15, Safety-Kleen recycles all oil and lubricants at more than 200 race events a year, and collectively as an industry more than 400,000 trees have been planted to date. We are proud to continue those efforts under the Race to Green umbrella." As part of this year's initiative, NASCAR fans visiting NASCAR.com/green will be treated to a newly designed digital destination, complete with easy-to-access information, news, an interactive carbon calculator and more. NASCAR Green will debut a new TV spot today as well, featuring a newly created NASCAR Green logo. NASCAR Race To Green will highlight the sustainability efforts of its teams, tracks and NASCAR Official Partners, who work closely with NASCAR, year-round. While NASCAR Green initiatives span the entire year, the following additional activities will take place throughout this week-long effort: • In partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, NASCAR Official Partners have committed to donate trees to Tennessee residents affected by the Chimney Tops 2 Fire in November 2016. NASCAR will match the donations made by its Official Partners. • As part of the 16th annual Comcast Cares Day, NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers will join Comcast volunteers for a Habitat for Humanity build in Johnson City, Tenn. NASCAR will donate trees for the newly built homes. • Pocono Raceway will release a Sustainability Report that details the initiatives it has in place to be environmentally responsible, including its recycling program, solar farm and more. • In partnership with Talladega Superspeedway, NASCAR XFINITY Series driver Elliot Sadler will visit Oak Mountain Elementary School in Birmingham, Ala. to donate 750 tree saplings provided by NASCAR and the Arbor Day Foundation. • Today, Danica Patrick will help Mobil 1 spotlight its Mobil 1TM Annual Protection, allowing drivers to go one full year -- or 20,000 miles -- between oil changes, with a ceremonial pour at Bristol Motor Speedway. NASCAR Green was launched because it was the right thing to do for the country, climate and fans. Since 2008, NASCAR has taken a holistic approach across its wide-ranging effort to reduce our impact on the environment, including: • NASCAR and the industry have planted enough trees to completely offset carbon emissions for all three national series racing for the past six years, plus the next 40 years. • NASCAR eclipsed more than 10 million competition miles on Sunoco Green E15, demonstrating that the ethanol blended biofuel stands up to high performance racing while significantly reducing emissions. • Safety-Kleen delivers its oil recycling and re-refining services to the track each weekend, ensuring all cleaning solvents, oil, fluids and lubricants are recaptured and incorporated into useable products. • NASCAR also features many teams and tracks using solar power as a renewable energy source, including: Daytona International Speedway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, Pocono Raceway, Sonoma Raceway, Roush Fenway Racing and Kyle Busch Motorsports. For more information about NASCAR Race to Green , visit NASCAR.com/Green . The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season will continue wit h the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday, April 23 at 2 p.m. ET on FOX, P RN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
Comcast, NASCAR join forces to build up Bristol
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Joining more than 1,500 local Comcast NBCUniversal employees and their families, friends and community partners to "make change happen" this weekend, the NASCAR industry and select NASCAR XFINITY Series™ drivers will be supporting the 16th annual Comcast Cares Day , the nation's largest single-day corporate volunteer event. These volunteers will participate in 15 different projects across the Greater Knoxville area to celebrate the day, joining more than 100,000 volunteers at nearly 1,000 projects across the country. Among the events in the area, Comcast volunteers helped assemble housing materials at a Habitat for Humanity "ReStore" Center for a local family in Johnson City on Friday. NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers who are racing in the Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway joined the project to support Comcast's efforts. "The NASCAR family has been so welcoming to Comcast and programs like Comcast Cares Day that are important to us as a company, and the outpouring of support at this year’s events near Bristol Motor Speedway are no exception," explained Matt Lederer, Executive Director, Sports Brand Marketing, Comcast. "Participation from our drivers and support from NASCAR is a great addition to this project and represents the heart of everyone coming together to volunteer in the community." Comcast and NASCAR volunteers are also donating their time to support the Appalachia Service Project on Saturday, April 22, through the "Race to Build" project at Bristol Motor Speedway. Volunteers will build homes that will serve families in the Bristol area. Select NASCAR drivers and Comcast employees joined the group on Saturday morning to "wave the green flag" on the start of the project and assist volunteers in the morning in the fan midway at the track. Drivers Brennan Poole, Tyler Reddick, JJ Yeley, Garrett Smithley, Harrison Rhodes, Joey Gase, Ross Chastain, Justin Allgaier, Jordan Anderson and Quinn Houff participated in the weekend's service projects. As a part of the NASCAR Race To Green initiative, NASCAR also donated trees to be planted at the family home. "The NASCAR community is so strong and they're willing to lend a helping hand at any time," Poole said. "So for me to be a part of this, and do cool things like this thanks to Comcast’s partnership with the XFINITY Series is really special." "It's great that through XFINITY's partnership we can come out on a race day and participate in Comcast Cares Day," said Allgaier. "Being a part of the XFINITY Series allows us to be involved in so many different events and projects we wouldn't normally have the opportunity to, including what we're doing here today, helping out some local Bristol families through the Appalachia Service Project." Comcast Cares Day is more than just a day -- it's the culmination of Comcast NBCUniversal's commitment to volunteerism that began when the company was founded more than 50 years ago. From using technology to create positive change, such as wiring community centers and libraries and teaching digital literacy skills, to mentoring youth, to beautifying parks, Comcast NBCUniversal employees volunteer on this day, and throughout the year, to make a lasting impact. This year, the Company expects more than 100,000 volunteers to participate in approximately 900 projects across the country and around the world. To date, volunteers have contributed nearly 5 million volunteer hours at 7,700 projects since Comcast Cares Day began in 2001. "We are proud to team up with so many incredible organizations this year as we celebrate our 16th annual Comcast Cares Day," said Doug Guthrie, Regional Senior Vice President, Comcast. "We are thankful for the participants who are stepping up and helping to make a difference in our community." The Comcast Foundation will also provide grants to local community partner organizations across the country on behalf of everyone who volunteers on Comcast Cares Day. The grants will help Comcast’s community partners continue their mission of serving the community throughout the year. To date, the Comcast Foundation has awarded more than $20 million in grants to local non-profit organizations who have served as partners on Comcast Cares Day.
Best consecutive 10-lap averages at Bristol
BUY TICKETS: See the races at Bristol PRACTICE 1: RESULTS Pos Car Driver From Lap To Lap Avg Speed 1 11 Denny Hamlin 14 23 125.657 2 18 Kyle Busch 48 57 125.429 3 42 Kyle Larson 1 10 125.176 4 5 Kasey Kahne 23 32 125.124 5 20 Matt Kenseth 35 44 124.665 6 1 Jamie McMurray 14 23 124.654 7 77 Erik Jones # 45 54 124.404 8 48 Jimmie Johnson 51 60 124.302 9 24 Chase Elliott 23 32 124.214 10 43 Aric Almirola 33 42 124.097 11 13 Ty Dillon # 44 53 123.905 12 41 Kurt Busch 31 40 123.609 13 27 Paul Menard 50 59 123.296 14 21 Ryan Blaney 32 41 123.296 15 47 AJ Allmendinger 39 48 123.112 16 95 Michael McDowell 12 21 123.081 17 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 40 49 122.789 18 2 Brad Keselowski 48 57 122.780 19 19 Daniel Suarez # 49 58 122.162 20 34 Landon Cassill 1 10 122.077 21 3 Austin Dillon 3 12 121.914 22 38 David Ragan 56 65 121.680 23 32 Matt DiBenedetto 4 13 121.450 24 6 Trevor Bayne 1 10 121.416 25 37 Chris Buescher 25 34 121.238 26 72 Cole Whitt 1 10 119.029 27 83 * Corey LaJoie # 2 11 117.957 28 23 Gray Gaulding # 1 10 117.823 PRACTICE 2: RESULTS Pos Car Driver From Lap To Lap Avg Speed 1 77 Erik Jones # 24 33 127.178 2 5 Kasey Kahne 48 57 126.863 3 24 Chase Elliott 51 60 126.442 4 27 Paul Menard 5 14 126.388 5 3 Austin Dillon 35 44 126.383 6 19 Daniel Suarez # 2 11 126.356 7 41 Kurt Busch 1 10 126.267 8 47 AJ Allmendinger 1 10 126.152 9 4 Kevin Harvick 15 24 126.085 10 1 Jamie McMurray 2 11 125.815 11 14 Clint Bowyer 39 48 125.793 12 78 Martin Truex Jr. 3 12 125.762 13 48 Jimmie Johnson 44 53 125.577 14 31 Ryan Newman 29 38 125.550 15 20 Matt Kenseth 15 24 125.482 16 11 Denny Hamlin 25 34 125.203 17 43 Aric Almirola 11 20 125.174 18 21 Ryan Blaney 34 43 124.992 19 34 Landon Cassill 42 51 124.484 20 13 Ty Dillon # 21 30 124.419 21 6 Trevor Bayne 25 34 124.364 22 32 Matt DiBenedetto 10 19 124.234 23 72 Cole Whitt 2 11 124.003 24 18 Kyle Busch 35 44 123.805 25 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 7 16 123.387 26 37 Chris Buescher 1 10 122.818 27 38 David Ragan 33 42 122.585 28 95 Michael McDowell 37 46 122.137 29 42 Kyle Larson 35 44 121.907 30 15 Reed Sorenson 1 10 121.835 31 83 * Corey LaJoie # 4 13 120.834 32 23 Gray Gaulding # 43 52 120.569 33 33 Jeffrey Earnhardt 2 11 120.387 34 10 Danica Patrick 35 44 118.414 PRACTICE 3: RESULTS Pos Car Driver From Lap To Lap Avg Speed 1 5 Kasey Kahne 4 13 127.482 2 14 Clint Bowyer 3 12 127.264 3 22 Joey Logano 3 12 127.253 4 18 Kyle Busch 9 18 127.156 5 77 Erik Jones # 2 11 127.142 6 19 Daniel Suarez # 3 12 126.856 7 48 Jimmie Johnson 2 11 126.847 8 21 Ryan Blaney 4 13 126.654 9 27 Paul Menard 9 18 126.638 10 24 Chase Elliott 39 48 126.538 11 31 Ryan Newman 1 10 126.457 12 78 Martin Truex Jr. 32 41 126.434 13 41 Kurt Busch 8 17 126.167 14 3 Austin Dillon 2 11 126.109 15 20 Matt Kenseth 9 18 126.100 16 42 Kyle Larson 1 10 126.061 17 2 Brad Keselowski 6 15 126.050 18 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 8 17 125.904 19 47 AJ Allmendinger 38 47 125.730 20 13 Ty Dillon # 4 13 125.557 21 6 Trevor Bayne 8 17 125.444 22 1 Jamie McMurray 1 10 125.307 23 11 Denny Hamlin 33 42 125.126 24 4 Kevin Harvick 18 27 124.939 25 10 Danica Patrick 38 47 124.743 26 38 David Ragan 41 50 124.571 27 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 43 52 124.294 28 43 Aric Almirola 43 52 123.724 29 32 Matt DiBenedetto 39 48 123.505 30 83 * Corey LaJoie # 20 29 121.299 31 34 Landon Cassill 50 59 119.830 * Car must run 10 consecutive laps on the track to be included in the above chart. # Indicates that the driver is a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series rookie.
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