Who won the NASCAR race at Poconos?
Kyle Busch scored his second win of the season Sunday with his car stuck in fourth gear almost the entire race. The No. 18 driver might not have had a functional clutch at the end of 140 laps, but he had just enough fuel to outpace the field.
Who won the pole at Daytona?
champion Kyle Larson
– Reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson has started 2022 off the way he ended 2021 – out front. The 29-year-old Hendrick Motorsports driver won the pole position for Sunday’s Daytona 500 season-opener with a lap of 181.159 mph in the No.
Who has the most wins at Pocono Raceway?
Jeff Gordon and Denny Hamlin each have six NASCAR Cup Series wins at Pocono Raceway. Jeff Gordon and Denny Hamlin lead the way with six victories apiece at Pocono Raceway.
Who won at Pocono today 2021?
NASCAR at Pocono race results: Kyle Busch overcomes transmission issues, low fuel to win. Kyle Busch made a gamble at the end of Sunday’s Explore the Pocono Mountains 350, and it paid off with a checkered flag — the driver’s second of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series schedule.
Who won at Pocono this weekend?
6:17 p.m.: Kyle Busch wins the Explore the Pocono Mountains 350 race.
Who won Pocono today?
Bowman collected the fifth win of his career and his third win of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. His victory also gave Hendrick Motorsports a record 18th win at the track and its first there since Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the Pocono 400 in 2014.
Who won the pole position in NASCAR?
NASCAR Cup driver Christopher Bell added to his Kansas Speedway pedal-car collection on Saturday. Bell posted a fastest lap of 179.575 mph and claimed the pole position for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Advent Health 400, receiving the pedal-car toy that the track gives to the top qualifier.
Who won the pole in NASCAR today?
Denny Hamlin snatched his first Busch Light Pole Award of the season on Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, putting his No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota on the front row for the 2022 Coca-Cola 600. Hamlin clocked a 29.399-second and 183.68-mph lap around Charlotte’s 1.5-mile oval to secure P1.
Who owns Pocono Speedway?
Dr. Joseph (Doc) Mattioli, founder and owner of Pocono Raceway, not only left a legacy in motorsports, but also in philanthropy.
Why is Pocono called the Tricky Triangle?
As you can probably guess, this means that it’s difficult to get cars set up to run as fast as possible for the straight sections but still handle correctly through the turns, particularly since those turns are all different from each other.
Who won the Pocono race Saturday?
And then, it took all of one corner for all of that to change. Alex Bowman won Saturday’s Pocono Organics 325 in the final corner after Kyle Larson, who had been leading the race by over a second on the final lap, blew a tire entering Turn 3 coming to the checkered flag.
Who won NASCAR on Saturday?
NASCAR at Gateway results: Joey Logano nets second Cup Series victory of the year at Enjoy Illinois 300. Sporting News.
Who won Pocono Saturdays race?
Who won the pole today?
Chris Buescher has won the pole for Sunday’s DuraMAX Drydene 400 at Dover, laying down a lap of 22.479 (160.149 MPH) in the final round of qualifying to beat Denny Hamlin for the top spot and earn the first pole of his Cup career in his 233rd start.
Has anyone won the Daytona 500 from the pole?
Q: Who are the other drivers who won from the pole? A: Fireball Roberts in 1962, Richard Petty in 1966 and Buddy Baker in 1980.
Who’s on the pole for Sunday’s race?
Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing’s Chris Buescher earned the pole position for Sunday’s race with a qualifying lap of 160.149 mph.
Who won the pole for tomorrow’s NASCAR race?
Who won the pole for the NASCAR race at Sonoma? Kyle Larson, the 2021 Save Mart 350 winner and a native of Elk Grove, Calif., came away with the pole position for the 2022 edition of the race.
Who built Pocono Raceway?
Joseph Mattioli, Who Built Pocono Raceway, Dies at 86.