2018 coke 600

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FinStrCarDriverMakeLapsPtsStatusLaps Led
1118Kyle BuschToyota40070Running377
21578Martin Truex Jr.Toyota40054Running
3311Denny HamlinToyota40049Running9
452Brad KeselowskiFord40041Running2
52348Jimmie JohnsonChevrolet40041Running
671Jamie McMurrayChevrolet40037Running
71142Kyle LarsonChevrolet40046Running
81641Kurt BuschFord40036Running
92788Alex BowmanChevrolet40028Running
101317Ricky Stenhouse Jr.Ford39931Running
11229Chase ElliottChevrolet39930Running
122814Clint BowyerFord39935Running
13910Aric AlmirolaFord39934Running
141421Paul MenardFord39923Running
151019Daniel SuarezToyota39922Running
162443Bubba WallaceChevrolet39921Running
17176Matt KensethFord39920Running
182934Michael McDowellFord39919Running
19420Erik JonesToyota39929Running
202695Kasey KahneChevrolet39921Running
212013Ty DillonChevrolet39916Running
22222Joey LoganoFord39915Running12
233047AJ AllmendingerChevrolet39914Running
242515Ross ChastainChevrolet3980Running
251938David RaganFord39612Running
263372Corey LaJoieChevrolet39611Running
273296Parker KligermanToyota3940Running
283500Landon CassillChevrolet3949Running
291837Chris BuescherChevrolet3948Running
303755Jeffrey EarnhardtChevrolet3897Running
313423Gray GauldingToyota3886Running
323666Timmy HillToyota3830Running
333851BJ McLeodChevrolet3730Running
34123Austin DillonChevrolet3483Running
35631Ryan NewmanChevrolet3445Running
36812Ryan BlaneyFord27810Engine
373132Matt DiBenedettoFord2571Oil Leak
38407JJ YeleyChevrolet191PEFuel Pump
392124William ByronChevrolet1391Accident
40394Kevin HarvickFord831Accident

Time of Race: 04 Hrs, 23 Mins, 22 Secs.
Average Speed: 136.692 MPH
Margin of Victory: 3.823 Seconds

Stage 1 Top 10: 18,12,42,78,48,10,14,11,17,20
Stage 2 Top 10: 18,78,42,11,14,10,9,48,31,20
Stage 3 Top 10: 18,20,2,41,1,11,95,78,17,31

Race Comments: Kyle Busch won the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, his 47th Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory. Prior to the start of the race, the following cars dropped to the rear of the field for the reasons indicated: #00- inspection failure, 43- Unapproved adjustments.

Caution Flags: 11 for 54 laps: Laps: 38-43 (#3 Incident Turn 2 [34]); 85-88 (#4 Incident Turn 3 [15]); 102-107 (Stage 1 Conclusion [32]); 116-119 (#24 Incident Turn 1 [15]); 121-123 (#48, 22,11, 20 Incident Turn 4 [72]); 202-207 (Stage 2 Conclusion [2]); 227-230 (#23 Spin Turn 4 [21]); 260-264 (#37 Incident Turn 4 [34]); 274-277 (#42 Spin Turn 1 [13]); 280-285 (Oil on track from #12 [47]); 302-307 (Stage 3 Conclusion [6]).

Lead Changes: 9 among 4 drivers: Kyle Busch 0; J. Logano 1-4; Kyle Busch 5-85; B. Keselowski 86-87; Kyle Busch 88-158; D. Hamlin 159-165; J. Logano 166-173; Kyle Busch 174-352; D. Hamlin 353-354; Kyle Busch 355-400.

Sours: https://www.mrn.com/2018/05/27/coca-cola-600-results/

Joey Logano explains why he loves how long NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 is

Not every NASCAR driver — or NASCAR fan, for that matter — is crazy about the length of the Coca-Cola 600, one of the sport’s distinguished “crown jewel” events, along with the Daytona 500, the Southern 500 and the Brickyard 400.

And to be fair, the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway is 600 miles, which is about 100 miles longer, at a minimum, than the other big-time races. It’s also the longest event on NASCAR’s 36-race schedule, by far, and the only one broken into four stages instead of three.

And the length of the race and possibly adjusting it seems like an annual debate at this point.

When Denny Hamlin was asked in 2019 about keeping the race as long as it’s always been, he said, “Tradition, shmadition.” During last year’s five-hour saga, Martin Truex Jr. and his team couldn’t believe they had only hit the halfway point.

But Joey Logano explained Wednesday why he loves the length of the Coke 600 exactly the way it is. “I love that it’s different,” he said, adding:

“I love that the race is longer than normal, and it’s unique. It sets itself apart. That’s what makes the Coke 600 special, is because it’s different. Just like winning at COTA for the first time or winning the Bristol Dirt Race for the first time.

“Those races stand out because they’re unique. Well, the Coke 600 is unique in its own way being longer than every other race, so you really want to try to knock off that crown jewel event.”

The Coca-Cola 600, a NASCAR 'crown jewel' race, is too long

Of course, Logano was also quick to note that he’s never won the Coca-Cola 600, and he described his relationship with Charlotte Motor Speedway as a “love-hate” situation.

The 2018 Cup Series champ has yet to win the Coke 600. In his 12 race starts, his average finish is about 12th, and the closest he came to winning it all was in 2019 when he finished second to Truex.

Overall on Charlotte’s oval — and not the roval — Logano has 22 starts with six top-5 finishes and one win, the 2015 Bank of America 500.

Logano continued Wednesday:

“I haven’t won [the Coca-Cola 600] yet! So I think I’d love it more if we were able to win. I’ve been able to run really well at Charlotte over the years. It’s been a really good race track for us, whether it’s been the roval or the All-Star Race, the BoA 500, whatever it is. Those have been some good ones.

“I just haven’t won the Coke 600 yet! Which is the one that stands out for me. Every time I look at a bucket list race, probably the Southern 500 and Coca-Cola 600 and Brickyard are the ones that stand out that I really want next.”

The Coca-Cola 600 is Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway at 6 p.m. ET on FOX.

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2018 Coca-Cola 600

Motor car race

The 2018 Coca-Cola 600, the 59th running of the event, was a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race held on May 27, 2018 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina. Contested over 400 laps on the 1.5 mile (2.42 km) asphalt speedway, it is the 13th race of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.

Report[edit]

Background[edit]

The race was held at Charlotte Motor Speedway, which is located in Concord, North Carolina. The speedway complex includes a 1.5-mile (2.4 km) quad-oval track that will be utilized for the race, as well as a dragstrip and a dirt track. The speedway was built in 1959 by Bruton Smith and is considered the home track for NASCAR with many race teams based in the Charlotte metropolitan area. The track is owned and operated by Speedway Motorsports Inc. (SMI) with Marcus G. Smith serving as track president.

Entry list[edit]

First practice[edit]

Denny Hamlin was the fastest in the first practice session with a time of 28.401 seconds and a speed of 190.134 mph (305.991 km/h).[11]

Qualifying[edit]

Kyle Busch scored the pole for the race with a time of 28.149 and a speed of 191.836 mph (308.730 km/h).[12]

Qualifying results[edit]

Practice (post-qualifying)[edit]

Second practice[edit]

Second practice session for Saturday was cancelled due to weather.

Final practice[edit]

Erik Jones was the fastest in the final practice session with a time of 28.870 seconds and a speed of 187.045 mph (301.020 km/h).[13]

Race[edit]

Kyle Buschswept all four stages and won the race from the pole position.

Stage Results[edit]

Stage 1Laps: 100

Pos Driver Team Manufacturer Points
118Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs RacingToyota10
212Ryan BlaneyTeam PenskeFord9
342Kyle LarsonChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet8
478Martin Truex Jr.Furniture Row RacingToyota7
548Jimmie JohnsonHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet6
610Aric AlmirolaStewart-Haas RacingFord5
714Clint BowyerStewart-Haas RacingFord4
811Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs RacingToyota3
917Ricky Stenhouse Jr.Roush Fenway RacingFord2
1020Erik JonesJoe Gibbs RacingToyota1
Official stage one results

Stage 2Laps: 100

Pos Driver Team Manufacturer Points
118Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs RacingToyota10
278Martin Truex Jr.Furniture Row RacingToyota9
342Kyle LarsonChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet8
411Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs RacingToyota7
514Clint BowyerStewart-Haas RacingFord6
610Aric AlmirolaStewart-Haas RacingFord5
79Chase ElliottHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet4
848Jimmie JohnsonHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet3
931Ryan NewmanRichard Childress RacingChevrolet2
1020Erik JonesJoe Gibbs RacingToyota1
Official stage two results

Stage 3Laps: 100

Pos Driver Team Manufacturer Points
118Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs RacingToyota10
220Erik JonesJoe Gibbs RacingToyota9
32Brad KeselowskiTeam PenskeFord8
441Kurt BuschStewart-Haas RacingFord7
51Jamie McMurrayChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet6
611Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs RacingToyota5
795Kasey KahneLeavine Family RacingChevrolet4
878Martin Truex Jr.Furniture Row RacingToyota3
917Ricky Stenhouse Jr.Roush Fenway RacingFord2
1031Ryan NewmanRichard Childress RacingChevrolet1
Official stage three results

Final Stage Results[edit]

Stage 4Laps: 100

Pos Grid Driver Team Manufacturer Laps Points
1118Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs RacingToyota40070
21578Martin Truex Jr.Furniture Row RacingToyota40054
3311Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs RacingToyota40049
452Brad KeselowskiTeam PenskeFord40041
52348Jimmie JohnsonHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet40041
671Jamie McMurrayChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet40037
71142Kyle LarsonChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet40046
81641Kurt BuschStewart-Haas RacingFord40036
92788Alex BowmanHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet40028
101317Ricky Stenhouse Jr.Roush Fenway RacingFord39931
11229Chase ElliottHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet39930
122814Clint BowyerStewart-Haas RacingFord39935
13910Aric AlmirolaStewart-Haas RacingFord39934
141421Paul MenardWood Brothers RacingFord39923
151019Daniel SuárezJoe Gibbs RacingToyota39922
162443Bubba Wallace (R)Richard Petty MotorsportsChevrolet39921
17176Matt KensethRoush Fenway RacingFord39920
182934Michael McDowellFront Row MotorsportsFord39919
19420Erik JonesJoe Gibbs RacingToyota39929
202695Kasey KahneLeavine Family RacingChevrolet39921
212013Ty DillonGermain RacingChevrolet39916
22222Joey LoganoTeam PenskeFord39915
233047A. J. AllmendingerJTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet39914
242515Ross Chastain (i)Premium MotorsportsChevrolet3980
251938David RaganFront Row MotorsportsFord39612
263372Corey LaJoieTriStar MotorsportsChevrolet39611
273296Parker Kligerman (i)Gaunt Brothers RacingToyota3940
283500Landon CassillStarCom RacingChevrolet3949
291837Chris BuescherJTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet3948
303755Jeffrey EarnhardtPremium MotorsportsChevrolet3897
313423Gray GauldingBK RacingToyota3886
323666Timmy Hill (i)MBM MotorsportsToyota3830
333851B. J. McLeod (i)Rick Ware RacingChevrolet3730
34123Austin DillonRichard Childress RacingChevrolet3483
35631Ryan NewmanRichard Childress RacingChevrolet3445
36812Ryan BlaneyTeam PenskeFord27810
373132Matt DiBenedettoGo Fas RacingFord2571
38407J. J. Yeley (i)NY Racing TeamChevrolet1910
392124William Byron (R)Hendrick MotorsportsChevrolet1391
40394Kevin HarvickStewart-Haas RacingFord831
Official race results

Race statistics[edit]

  • Lead changes: 4 among different drivers
  • Cautions/Laps: 11 for 54
  • Red flags: 0
  • Time of race: 4 hours, 23 minutes and 22 seconds
  • Average speed: 136.692 miles per hour (219.984 km/h)

Media[edit]

Television[edit]

Fox Sports televised the race in the United States for the eighteenth consecutive year. Mike Joy was the lap-by-lap announcer, while three-time Coca-Cola 600 winner, Jeff Gordon and five-time race winner Darrell Waltrip were the color commentators. Jamie Little, Regan Smith, Vince Welch and Matt Yocum reported from pit lane during the race.

Radio[edit]

Radio coverage of the race was broadcast by the Performance Racing Network (PRN), and was simulcasted on Sirius XMNASCAR Radio. Doug Rice, Mark Garrow and Wendy Venturini called the race in the booth when the field raced through the quad-oval. Rob Albright reported the race from a billboard in turn 2 when the field was racing through turns 1 and 2 and halfway down the backstretch. Pat Patterson called the race from a billboard outside of turn 3 when the field raced through the other half of the backstretch and through turns 3 and 4. Brad Gillie, Brett McMillan, Jim Noble and Steve Richards were the pit reporters during the broadcast.

PRN Radio
Booth announcersTurn announcersPit reporters
Lead announcer: Doug Rice
Announcer: Mark Garrow
Announcer:Wendy Venturini
Turns 1 & 2: Rob Albright
Turns 3 & 4: Pat Patterson
Brad Gillie
Brett McMilan
Jim Noble
Steve Richards

Standings after the race[edit]

References[edit]

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Race Rewind: Coca-Cola 600 in 15

CONCORD, N.C. – Unable to contain himself, Kyle Busch let out an elated scream as his car entered Turn 3 on the 400th and final lap of Sunday night’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

And now, for the driver of the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota, you’re going to need a bigger broom.

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From start to finish, Busch fashioned a dominating victory at the only active Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series track at which he had never won a points event. That makes Busch the only driver in NASCAR history who has won at every Cup track at which he has started a race.

“Oh, yes! You guys are amazing,” Busch shouted over the team radio after he crossed the finish line 3.823 seconds ahead of runner-up Martin Truex Jr. “I can’t thank you guys enough. Unreal!

In winning for the fourth time this season and the 47th time in his career — 15th on the all-time victory lis t— Busch started from the pole, swept all three stages of the race, led 377 laps and extended his series lead to 67 points over 22nd-place finisher Joey Logano.

“This one’s very special,” Busch said in Victory Lane. “I don’t know if there’s anything that can top Homestead (the 2015 title race), just with the meaning of what the championship is. But the Coke 600 — I’ve dreamt of this race since I was a kid. …

“To be able to come out here and win the Coca-Cola 600, it’s a little boy’s dream come true. Man, I just want to say that I thank NASCAR, for one, for giving me the chance to come out here and have this opportunity to race for my dreams and to accomplish those things.”

Alongside two sweeps at Bristol Motor Speedway, where Busch twice won races in all three of NASCAR’s top touring series in the same weekend, the unprecedented sweep of all active Cup tracks will maintain a special place in the pantheon of his successes.

“I’ve dreamt of that – not only winning here and winning the Coke 600 as a kid and being in Victory Lane here for this race, but to just be a force that people (have) to reckon with,” Busch said. “I go across the country and race Super Late Models because I want to win at every single race track. I just want to show that there is no weakness.”

There was no weakness at all on Sunday night, with Busch’s crew performing as flawlessly in the pits as the driver did on the asphalt. Truex, who rallied from two pit road penalties to run second attested to Busch’s dominance.

“Those guys did an awesome job all night, obviously, with qualifying on the pole, perfect pit stops,” Truex said. “I don’t think they ever lost a lead any time except for green-flag stops without cycling around.

“They did an incredible job, had a really fast car, and for us, I felt like we … I felt early on like we were probably second-best to him, and then screwed up on pit road, and then we had two pit road penalties in a row.

“So it was tough to come from the back, but it was one of those nights where we just fought until the end and felt like we had a second place car to Kyle. I felt like that last run we were catching him a bit, but he was probably just managing his lead and taking care of his tires.”

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Denny Hamlin, Busch’s teammate at JGR, finished third, 13.598 seconds behind the race winner. Brad Keselowski ran fourth, followed by Jimmie Johnson, who collected his second top five of the season. Johnson hasn’t led a lap this season, and his winless streak reached 36 races on Sunday.

“It feels good, but, damn, I want to win,” Johnson said of his run. “I’m tired of running fifth. I’m tired of running whatever it is. We got off on some adjustments today, and it was amazing how sensitive the car was. With some minor adjustments, the car just lost half a second. We had a hard time trying to grasp it and understand it and communicate about it.

“We put it back to the way it was, and it took off and I drove right back up into the top three. Just a very small sweet spot with the car. Luckily, we finished in that sweet spot and got a good finish out of it, including a spin (on Lap 120), and we had a jack break on a stop. We had to overcome a lot tonight.”

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Jamie McMurray, Kyle Larson, Kurt Busch and Alex Bowman, who came home sixth through ninth, were the only other drivers on the lead lap at the finish.

Kevin Harvick’s bid to win three straight Cup points races for the second time this season ended abruptly on Lap 83, when a flat left front tire sent Harvick’s No. 4 Stewart-Haas racing Ford into the Turn 3 wall.

A five-time winner in 2018, Harvick had worked his way up to fourth from his 39th-place starting position, with the deep-in-the-field start resulting from three pre-qualifying inspection failures on Thursday.

Harvick was chasing Kyle Larson for third when the tire went down and ended his day.

WATCH: Harvick’s race comes to early end

“I can’t tell if we ran something over,” said Harvick, who finished 40th. “There’s enough things that could have happened right there, but I’m just really proud of everybody on our Mobil 1/Busch Ford. The car was really, really fast. We came all the way through the pack, and sometimes those things happen.

“I can’t complain about anything that’s happened this year. We have to take the good with the bad. The guys did a great job in basically guessing at where the car needed to be today with all the penalties, no practice and starting in the back. To come out and have the fastest car again was quite an honor to drive, and they’re doing a great job. It was just bad luck.”

The No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota of Martin Truex Jr. was found to have one lug nut not safe and secure in post-race inspection.

 

Sours: https://www.nascar.com/news-media/2018/05/27/results-nascar-coca-cola-600-charlotte-monster-energy-series/

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