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Kurt Busch Tangles With Keselowski En Route To STP 500 Victory At Martinsville

Kurt "Outlaw" Busch Is All Smiles After Breaking Eighty-Six Race Winless Streak [Getty Images for NASCAR]

Kurt “Outlaw” Busch Is All Smiles After Breaking Eighty-Six Race Winless Streak [Getty Images for NASCAR]

Martinsville, VA – Kurt Busch had not been to a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Victory lane in some time, a long some time.  Eighty-Six race weekends have come and gone since “Outlaw” celebrated with a Sprint Cup Victor’s Cap adorning his head.  That streak is now history.  What’s not history is a new/renewed feud with 2012 Sprint Cup Champion Brad Keselowski after a mid-race dust-up that left both drivers angry, and Keselowski promising revenge.  Full-field finishing results follow:

POS Car # Driver Make Start Pos. Laps Laps Led + / – Change in points Final Status Points Bonus Points
1 41 Kurt Busch Chevrolet 22 500 23
4 Position Up
Running 47 4
2 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 4 500 296
1 Position Up
Running 44 2
3 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr Chevrolet 26 500 25
1 Position Up
Running 42 1
4 22 Joey Logano Ford 3 500 39
2 Position Up
Running 41 1
5 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 17 500 22
6 Position Up
Running 40 1
6 20 Matt Kenseth Toyota 6 500 36
3 Position Up
Running 39 1
7 4 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 18 500 1
0
Running 38 1
8 43 Aric Almirola Ford 20 500 0
0
Running 36 0
9 15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 12 500 16
6 Position Up
Running 36 1
10 27 Paul Menard Chevrolet 21 500 0
3 Position Up
Running 34 0
11 47 AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 15 500 1
6 Position Up
Running 34 1
12 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 5 500 0
-1 Position Down
Running 32 0
13 99 Carl Edwards Ford 8 500 0
-2 Position Down
Running 31 0
14 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 1 500 22
1 Position Up
Running 31 1
15 3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 34 500 0
0
Running 29 0
16 55 Brian Vickers Toyota 13 500 0
0
Running 28 0
17 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 7 500 0
2 Position Up
Running 27 0
18 16 Greg Biffle Ford 11 500 18
3 Position Up
Running 27 1
19 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 2 500 0
-1 Position Down
Running 25 0
20 31 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 16 500 0
-2 Position Down
Running 24 0
21 78 Martin Truex Jr Chevrolet 31 500 0
2 Position Up
Running 23 0
22 5 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 27 500 0
-3 Position Down
Running 22 0
23 51 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 25 500 0
2 Position Up
Running 21 0
24 13 Casey Mears Chevrolet 23 500 0
-3 Position Down
Running 20 0
25 40 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 36 500 0
-1 Position Down
Running 0 0
26 38 David Gilliland Ford 39 499 0
1 Position Up
Running 18 0
27 42 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 28 498 0
-3 Position Down
Running 17 0
28 34 David Ragan Ford 24 497 0
-1 Position Down
Running 16 0
29 26 Cole Whitt Toyota 35 497 0
0
Running 15 0
30 83 Ryan Truex Toyota 38 496 0
1 Position Up
Running 14 0
31 7 Michael Annett Chevrolet 40 495 0
0
Running 13 0
32 10 Danica Patrick Chevrolet 10 494 0
-2 Position Down
Running 12 0
33 32 Travis Kvapil Ford 29 493 1
1 Position Up
Running 12 1
34 36 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 42 492 0
-2 Position Down
Running 10 0
35 98 Josh Wise Chevrolet 33 492 0
0
Running 9 0
36 23 Alex Bowman Toyota 19 488 0
0
Running 8 0
37 95 Michael McDowell Ford 32 474 0
1 Position Up
Brakes 7 0
38 2 Brad Keselowski Ford 14 469 0
-3 Position Down
Running 6 0
39 33 David Stremme Chevrolet 37 440 0
0
Running 5 0
40 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr Ford 30 409 0
-9 Position Down
Running 4 0
41 30 Parker Kligerman Toyota 41 408 0
-2 Position Down
Running 3 0
42 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 9 396 0
-11 Position Down
Running 2 0
43 66 Joe Nemechek Toyota 43 310 0
-1 Position Down
Accident 0 0

Timmy Hill Pokes Fun at Self with Beefy T Hood

After running into leader Matt Kenseth at Bristol while slowing for an accident, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Timmy Hill decided to have a little fun and proposed that he drive with this hood on the car at Martinsville on March 30, 2014. [Timmy Hill]

After running into leader Matt Kenseth at Bristol while slowing for an accident, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Timmy Hill decided to have a little fun and proposed that he drive with this hood on the car at Martinsville on March 30, 2014. [Timmy Hill]

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Timmy Hill had a rough night at Bristol on Sunday. The car was one of the slower cars on the track, then, while slowing for an accident, Hill ran into the back of leader Matt Kenseth’s car, basically ending Kenseth’s chances at winning. However, instead of mopping around about the accident, Hill took to an online forum and had a little fun with the situation, posting the above picture and saying:

Debating on running this on the hood for Martinsville. Thoughts? Owner likes the idea.

Hill went on to explain exactly what happened that caused him to hit Kenseth:

For those who were wondering. Yes our car was way off pace all weekend. We were just trying to survive the race and the spotter and myself were both trying to watch out back while being lapped. I didn’t get the call about the wreck and the visibility sucks in the cars. I drove most of the way down the front stretch before catching a glance at the wreck and piled in hard.

Photo of the damage to Matt Kenseth's No. 20 car after being hit from behind by Timmy Hill at Bristol Motor Speedway on March 16, 2014. [NASCAR Media]

Photo of the damage to Matt Kenseth’s No. 20 car after being hit from behind by Timmy Hill at Bristol Motor Speedway on March 16, 2014. [NASCAR Media]

I thought it showed an interesting side to Hill in that he didn’t just go and hide all week waiting for another driver to make a mistake and take away the spotlight. Besides, I personally thought his accident was a lot more forgivable than the pit road mishap between Danica Patrick and Clint Bowyer.

[Timmy Hill]

Cassadee Pope to Perform Free Plaza Concert During Upcoming Dover International Speedway Race Weekend

Rising Country Star to Perform Free Concert in Victory Plaza on June 1st [RepublicNashville]

Rising Country Star to Perform Free Concert in Victory Plaza on June 1st [RepublicNashville]

DOVER, Del. – Fans will be treated to a free concert from knockout female vocalist Cassadee Pope leading into the Sunday, June 1, 2014 “FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks” NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in Victory Plaza. “The Voice” season three champ will also sing the National Anthem to kick off the race at the Monster Mile.

Since winning the NBC hit show, Pope successfully debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums and in the top 10 on the all-genre Top Albums charts with her first solo album, FRAME BY FRAME, on Republic Nashville. With that, she became one of only two solo women in the past five years to top the country chart with a debut release.

Pope recently joined an elite group of women upon selling more than 1 million downloads of her lead single, “Wasting All These Tears.” Not since Taylor Swift in 2006 has a solo female country artist gone platinum on their debut single. The music video for the follow-up, “I Wish I Could Break Your Heart,” has already elicited more than 675,000 views.

On April 4, Pope will join label mates at “Outnumber Hunger Live!” during the ACM Party for a Cause Festival to help raise awareness of the hunger issues across the country. This summer, she will join Tim McGraw’s Sundown Heaven Town 2014 Tour, and has previously toured with Rascal Flatts and in Canada with Dean Brody. For more information, visit CassadeePope.com.

NASCAR returns to Dover International Speedway May 30-June 1 for the June 1 “FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks” NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the May 31 NASCAR Nationwide Series race and the May 30 “Lucas Oil 200” NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race.

For tickets or more information, call 800-441-RACE or visit DoverSpeedway.com. You can also keep up with the Monster Mile at Facebook.com/DoverInternationalSpeedway or on Twitter at @MonsterMile.

Dover Motorsports, Inc. (NYSE: DVD) is a leading promoter of NASCAR sanctioned motorsports events whose subsidiaries own and operate Dover International Speedway in Dover, Del. and Nashville Superspeedway near Nashville, Tenn. The company also hosts the annual Firefly Music Festival on its property each summer. Produced by Chicago-based Red Frog Events, the four day event features more than 100 bands on seven stages in The Woodlands at Dover International Speedway. For further information, log on to www.DoverMotorsports.com.

[Dover International Speedway]

Roush Fenway Racing and EcoPower Re-Refined Oil Announce Multi-Year Partnership

Roush Fenway Racing and EcoPower Oil Announce Mult-Year Partnership [RFR]

Roush Fenway Racing and EcoPower Oil Announce Mult-Year Partnership [RFR]

CONCORD, N.C. – Fresh off its one-two finish at Bristol Motor Speedway last weekend, Roush Fenway Racing (RFR) today announced a multi-year team-wide partnership with Safety-Kleen® and its premium re-refined motor oil brand, EcoPower®.  EcoPower will serve as the official oil partner of NASCAR’s winningest team, as well as the primary sponsor for multiple races with the No. 17 Sprint Cup Ford and driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. The No. 17 EcoPower Ford Fusion will make its debut at Michigan International Speedway in June.

“We are pleased to have EcoPower on board as our official oil partner,” said team owner Jack Roush.  “The partnership reflects Roush Fenway’s commitment to both sustainability and using highest quality products. EcoPower protects engines and protects the environment.

“We have had great success in our race cars with re-refined oil and we look forward to continuing that success with EcoPower, while promoting environmental responsibility throughout this season and into the future.”

“The environmental benefits of re-refined oils have been rigorously evaluated and proven,” said Curt Knapp, Safety-Kleen executive vice president, marketing and oil re-refining sales.  “Fleet operators and consumers want to be absolutely confident that the oil will protect their valuable investment.  We can’t think of a stronger, more authentic endorsement for EcoPower than Jack Roush using it in his race cars to achieve peak protection and performance.”

EcoPower re-refined oil helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 80%. And it requires up to 85% less energy to produce than oil made from virgin crude, because it has already been refined. It also helps reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil. That’s why car dealerships, quick lubes, other DIFM installers, consumers and fleets rely on EcoPower to protect engines and protect the environment.

Safety-Kleen is a founding partner of NASCAR Green; an initiative focused on making NASCAR the greenest sport. Safety-Kleen collects all used fluids from the tracks during race weekends – and from most team facilities year round – and then recycles or responsibly disposes of those fluids.  The used motor oil collected from all of these sources, including RFR’s race cars, will find its way back into EcoPower.  This “closed-loop” philosophy is by far the most environmentally responsible approach to handling used oil.

About Safety-Kleen

Safety-Kleen Systems is a leading North American used oil recycling and re-refining, parts cleaning and environmental solutions company, serving more than 200,000 customer locations in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Safety-Kleen provides a broad set of environmentally responsible products and services that keep North American businesses in balance with the environment. Safety-Kleen is a wholly owned subsidiary of Clean Harbors, North America’s leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services. For more information about the company, please visit www.safety-kleen.com.

About EcoPower®

EcoPower is more than just engine oil. It is part of a much bigger effort by Safety-Kleen, the largest collector and re-refiner of used oil in the world. In 2013, Safety-Kleen collected over 220 million gallons of used oil. EcoPower doesn’t just conserve resources; it protects them by keeping used motor oil out of our land and groundwater, making it truly an oil change for the better. For more information about EcoPower, please visit www.ecopoweroil.com.

About Roush Fenway

Roush Fenway Racing is the winningest team in NASCAR history, fielding multiple teams in the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series with championship drivers Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Trevor Bayne, Ryan Reed and Chris Buescher. Having celebrated 25 winning years in 2012, Roush Fenway is the leader in NASCAR marketing solutions, pioneering motorsport’s first team-focused TV show and its award-winning marketing campaigns for “RFR Driven”, “Let Ricky Race”, Pillow Pets, RickyvsTrevor.com, “25 Winning Years” and Google+.  Visit RoushFenway.com, circle on Google+, become a fan on Facebook and Instagram and follow on Twitter at @roushfenway.

[Roush Fenway Racing]

Carl Edwards Takes Tony The Tiger And The Cat In The Hat To Bristol Victory Lane

Car Edwards Flips For His Fans Following Food City 500 Victory [Getty Images for NASCAR]

Car Edwards Flips For His Fans Following Food City 500 Victory [Getty Images for NASCAR]

Bristol, TN –  Day became wet.  Wet led to night.  Night led to victory for Carl Edwards as he piloted his number 99 Roush-Fenway Racing Ford Fusion to a big win on the high banks of the world’s fastest half-mile.  Full finishing order follows:

POS Car # Driver Make Start Pos. Laps Laps Led + / – Change in points Final Status Points Bonus Points
1 99 Carl Edwards Ford 12 503 78
3 Position Up
Running 47 4
2 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr Ford 21 503 0
6 Position Up
Running 42 0
3 43 Aric Almirola Ford 23 503 0
4 Position Up
Running 41 0
4 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 37 503 0
4 Position Up
Running 40 0
5 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 5 503 0
4 Position Up
Running 39 0
6 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 1 503 4
1 Position Up
Running 39 1
7 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 6 503 0
1 Position Up
Running 37 0
8 5 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 10 503 16
4 Position Up
Running 37 1
9 55 Brian Vickers Toyota 38 503 0
2 Position Up
Running 35 0
10 42 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 20 503 0
1 Position Up
Running 34 0
11 3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 26 503 0
0
Running 33 0
12 16 Greg Biffle Ford 8 503 0
0
Running 32 0
13 20 Matt Kenseth Toyota 3 503 165
-1 Position Down
Running 33 2
14 2 Brad Keselowski Ford 2 503 40
1 Position Up
Running 31 1
15 15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 15 503 5
-2 Position Down
Running 30 1
16 31 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 9 503 0
0
Running 28 0
17 51 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 30 502 0
3 Position Up
Running 27 0
18 10 Danica Patrick Chevrolet 36 502 0
5 Position Up
Running 26 0
19 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 11 501 44
-2 Position Down
Running 26 1
20 22 Joey Logano Ford 4 500 12
-2 Position Down
Running 25 1
21 27 Paul Menard Chevrolet 28 500 0
1 Position Up
Running 23 0
22 38 David Gilliland Ford 16 500 0
2 Position Up
Running 22 0
23 98 Josh Wise Chevrolet 32 499 0
4 Position Up
Running 21 0
24 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr Chevrolet 14 499 0
-1 Position Down
Running 20 0
25 47 AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 22 498 0
-4 Position Down
Running 19 0
26 7 Michael Annett Chevrolet 34 497 0
1 Position Up
Running 18 0
27 13 Casey Mears Chevrolet 25 497 0
-2 Position Down
Running 17 0
28 36 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 35 497 0
-1 Position Down
Running 16 0
29 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 7 496 73
-4 Position Down
Running 16 1
30 40 Landon Cassill Chevrolet 31 496 0
0
Running 0 0
31 34 David Ragan Ford 19 495 0
-1 Position Down
Running 13 0
32 23 Alex Bowman Toyota 33 493 0
-1 Position Down
Running 12 0
33 32 Travis Kvapil Ford 39 491 0
2 Position Up
Running 11 0
34 30 Parker Kligerman Toyota 41 487 0
3 Position Up
Running 10 0
35 41 Kurt Busch Chevrolet 13 473 28
-3 Position Down
Running 10 1
36 78 Martin Truex Jr Chevrolet 29 471 0
-4 Position Down
Running 8 0
37 95 Michael McDowell Ford 24 469 0
-1 Position Down
Running 7 0
38 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 17 453 10
-5 Position Down
Accident 7 1
39 4 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 27 450 28
-7 Position Down
Accident 6 1
40 26 Cole Whitt Toyota 18 430 0
-4 Position Down
Running 4 0
41 66 Joe Nemechek Toyota 42 322 0
0
Rear Gear 0 0
42 83 Ryan Truex Toyota 40 271 0
-1 Position Down
Accident 2 0
43 33 Timmy Hill Chevrolet 43 160 0
0
Accident 1 0

NASCAR Digital Media And OneUp Sports Partner To Launch Predictive Gaming App ‘NASCAR Connect’

NASCAR And OneUp Sports Launch Predictive Gaming App ‘NASCAR Connect’ [OneUp Sports]

NASCAR And OneUp Sports Launch Predictive Gaming App ‘NASCAR Connect’ [OneUp Sports]

Daytona Beach, Fla. — Prediction: NASCAR fans are already thinking about which driver will be visiting Victory Lane at the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway this Sunday. Fact: NASCAR fans will be able to put their prediction skills to the test – against other fans in real time – when OneUp Sports launches a brand new predictive gaming app, NASCAR Connect, on iOS devices this weekend.

“We made it a priority this offseason to focus on enhancing and adding to our arsenal of mobile apps and products, and OneUp Sports has helped us do that,” said Colin Smith, managing director, NASCAR Digital Media. “NASCAR Connect gives fans another unique way to engage with NASCAR content, and each other, while watching the live race broadcast.”

NASCAR Connect will allow fans to compete against each other using live event predictions. As the race unfolds, players can win game tokens by selecting tiles with race action descriptions that predict what happens next on the track. The game will be operational for all NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events beginning this weekend’s race in Bristol, Tenn. With the launch, OneUp Sports will add NASCAR to a sports portfolio that includes the NFL, MLB, the NBA, the NHL and the PGA Tour.

“OneUp Sports is very excited about this launch and our partnership with NASCAR,” said Daren Trousdell, CEO of OneUp Sports. “Through NASCAR Connect, we are getting fans more involved with the action on their mobile devices. The game’s innovative style of play and engaging social features add new dimensions to watching live racing.”

The next NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race will be the Food City 500 live from Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday, March 16 at 1 p.m. ET. The race will air on FOX, PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio™, with additional coverage on NASCAR.com.

About NASCAR

The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Inc. (NASCAR) is the sanctioning body for the No. 1 form of motorsports in the United States. NASCAR consists of three national series (the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series), four regional series, one local grassroots series and three international series. The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) governs the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, the premier U.S. sports car series. Based in Daytona Beach, Fla., with offices in eight cities across North America, NASCAR sanctions more than 1,200 races in more than 30 U.S. states, Canada, Mexico and Europe. For more information, visit www.nascar.com and follow NASCAR at www.facebook.com/NASCAR and Twitter: @NASCAR.

About OneUp

OneUp Sports offers no-holds-barred, live-action, edge of your seat, split-second decision making, mobile sports platforms that offer a deeper and more engaging live-sports experience. They enhance TV sports watching, using the power of mobile and social platforms to bring professional sports teams, fans and friends together like never before. Visit www.1up.me, on twitter at @oneupgames and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/oneupgames.

 [NASCAR]

Hamlin Takes Food City 500 Pole And Bristol Track Record In Process

Hamlin Sets Bristol Qualifying Record in Food City 500 Pole Run [Getty Images for NASCAR]

Hamlin Sets Bristol Qualifying Record in Food City 500 Pole Run [Getty Images for NASCAR]

Bristol, TN –  Results from Friday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Qualifying at Bristol Motor Speedway, a session which saw the #11 Toyota Camry of Denny Hamlin turn a surprising fast lap in not only taking the pole for Sunday’s Food City 500 but also secure the track qualifying fast lap in the process.  Full qualifying results follow:

POS Car # Driver Make Sponsor Best Speed Best Time Behind
1 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota FedEx Freight 129.991 14.761 Leader
2 2 Brad Keselowski Ford Miller Lite 129.965 14.764 –0.003
3 20 Matt Kenseth Toyota Home Depot Husky 129.073 14.866 –0.105
4 22 Joey Logano Ford Shell Pennzoil 128.830 14.894 –0.133
5 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford Stanley 128.727 14.906 –0.145
6 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet Axalta 128.245 14.962 –0.201
7 18 Kyle Busch Toyota Skittles 128.159 14.972 –0.211
8 16 Greg Biffle Ford Meguiar’s 127.946 14.997 –0.236
9 31 Ryan Newman Chevrolet Quicken Loans Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge 127.801 15.014 –0.253
10 5 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet Farmers Insurance 127.690 15.027 –0.266
11 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet Kobalt Tools 127.385 15.063 –0.302
12 99 Carl Edwards Ford Kelloggs/Frosted Flakes 127.073 15.100 –0.339
13 41 Kurt Busch Chevrolet Haas Automation 128.322 14.953 –0.192
14 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr Chevrolet National Guard 128.271 14.959 –0.198
15 15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 5-Hour Energy 128.245 14.962 –0.201
16 38 David Gilliland Ford Long John Silver’s 128.236 14.963 –0.202
17 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet McDonald’s 128.168 14.971 –0.210
18 26 Cole Whitt Toyota GEAR Speed Stick 127.929 14.999 –0.238
19 34 David Ragan Ford Dockside Logistics 127.903 15.002 –0.241
20 42 Kyle Larson Chevrolet Target 127.792 15.015 –0.254
21 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr Ford Nationwide Insurance 127.682 15.028 –0.267
22 47 AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet Bush’s Grillin’ Beans 127.648 15.032 –0.271
23 43 Aric Almirola Ford Smithfield 127.605 15.037 –0.276
24 95 Michael McDowell Ford K-Love 127.605 15.037 –0.276
25 13 Casey Mears Chevrolet No. 13 GEICO Chevrolet SS 127.597 15.038 –0.277
26 3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet Bad Boy Buggies / Realtree 127.529 15.046 –0.285
27 4 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Budweiser 127.444 15.056 –0.295
28 27 Paul Menard Chevrolet Richmond/Menards 127.436 15.057 –0.296
29 78 Martin Truex Jr Chevrolet Furniture Row 127.351 15.067 –0.306
30 51 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet SEM Products 127.343 15.068 –0.307
31 40 Landon Cassill Chevrolet CRC Brakleen 127.182 15.087 –0.326
32 98 Josh Wise Chevrolet Phil Parsons Racing 127.174 15.088 –0.327
33 23 Alex Bowman Toyota Dr. Pepper Toyota Camry 127.165 15.089 –0.328
34 7 Michael Annett Chevrolet Pilot / Flying J Chevrolet 126.896 15.121 –0.360
35 36 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet TBA 126.645 15.151 –0.390
36 10 Danica Patrick Chevrolet #10 GoDaddy-Get Found Chevrolet 126.628 15.153 –0.392
37 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Mobil 1 126.545 15.163 –0.402
38 55 Brian Vickers Toyota Aaron’s Dream Machine 126.445 15.175 –0.414
39 32 Travis Kvapil Ford AskMore-GetMore.com 126.303 15.192 –0.431
40 83 Ryan Truex Toyota Borla Exhaust Toyota Camry 125.363 15.306 –0.545
41 30 Parker Kligerman Toyota Swan Energy 124.460 15.417 –0.656
42 66 Joe Nemechek Toyota Land Castle Title 122.537 15.659 –0.898
43 33 Timmy Hill Chevrolet LittleJoesAutos.com 122.084 15.717 –0.956

 

[NASCAR]

 

The Profit on CNBC 500 Results

The Profit On CNBC 500

Kevin Harvick leads the field en route to a dominating win during The Profit on CNBC 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on March 2, 2014 in Avondale, AZ. [Getty Images for NASCAR]

Kevin Harvick wins at Phoenix by dominating The Profit on CNBC 500.

Here are the full results:

1 4 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet 13 312 224
Position Up
Running 48 5
2 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr Chevrolet 5 312 0
0
Running 42 0
3 2 Brad Keselowski Ford 1 312 3
Position Up
Running 42 1
4 22 Joey Logano Ford 2 312 71
Position Up
Running 41 1
5 24 Jeff Gordon Chevrolet 17 312 4
Position Up
Running 40 1
6 48 Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 4 312 0
0
Running 38 0
7 31 Ryan Newman Chevrolet 15 312 6
Position Up
Running 38 1
8 99 Carl Edwards Ford 23 312 1
Position Up
Running 37 1
9 18 Kyle Busch Toyota 7 312 0
Position Up
Running 35 0
10 1 Jamie McMurray Chevrolet 3 312 0
Position Up
Running 34 0
11 5 Kasey Kahne Chevrolet 11 312 0
11 Position Up
Running 33 0
12 20 Matt Kenseth Toyota 19 312 0
-1 Position Down
Running 32 0
13 15 Clint Bowyer Toyota 14 312 1
16 Position Up
Running 32 1
14 13 Casey Mears Chevrolet 18 312 0
-1 Position Down
Running 30 0
15 43 Aric Almirola Ford 9 312 0
14 Position Up
Running 29 0
16 14 Tony Stewart Chevrolet 20 312 0
12 Position Up
Running 28 0
17 16 Greg Biffle Ford 6 312 0
-2 Position Down
Running 27 0
18 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr Ford 21 312 0
-6 Position Down
Running 26 0
19 11 Denny Hamlin Toyota 12 312 0
-6 Position Down
Running 25 0
20 42 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 8 312 0
Position Up
Running 24 0
21 9 Marcos Ambrose Ford 29 311 0
0
Running 23 0
22 78 Martin Truex Jr Chevrolet 27 311 0
Position Up
Running 22 0
23 27 Paul Menard Chevrolet 22 311 0
Position Up
Running 21 0
24 3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 24 311 0
-7 Position Down
Running 20 0
25 55 Brian Vickers Toyota 16 311 0
Position Up
Running 19 0
26 47 AJ Allmendinger Chevrolet 25 310 0
Position Up
Running 18 0
27 26 Cole Whitt Toyota 31 310 0
0
Running 17 0
28 34 David Ragan Ford 30 310 0
0
Running 16 0
29 38 David Gilliland Ford 28 309 2
-1 Position Down
Running 16 1
30 51 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 43 309 0
-2 Position Down
Running 14 0
31 36 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 39 308 0
-4 Position Down
Running 13 0
32 33 Brian Scott Chevrolet 32 308 0
-3 Position Down
Running 0 0
33 95 Michael McDowell Ford 26 307 0
Position Up
Running 11 0
34 7 Michael Annett Chevrolet 41 307 0
-4 Position Down
Running 10 0
35 83 Ryan Truex Toyota 34 307 0
Position Up
Running 9 0
36 10 Danica Patrick Chevrolet 33 306 0
-2 Position Down
Running 8 0
37 35 Blake Koch Ford 37 306 0
0
Running 0 0
38 32 Travis Kvapil Ford 40 302 0
0
Running 6 0
39 41 Kurt Busch Chevrolet 10 292 0
-10 Position Down
Engine 5 0
40 66 Joe Nemechek Toyota 38 292 0
-2 Position Down
Running 0 0
41 23 Alex Bowman Toyota 35 230 0
-11 Position Down
Brakes 3 0
42 30 Parker Kligerman Toyota 36 226 0
-10 Position Down
Engine 2 0
43 87 Morgan Shepherd Toyota 42 28 0
-2 Position Down
Brakes 0 0