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Hamlin finished fifth in the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway Sunday afternoon.
It was a typical Martinsville performance for Hamlin and the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing team. The veteran driver would be a Top-5 fixture all afternoon long at the Martinsville short track. Hamlin would race among the leaders and mix it up at the front of the pack. The No. 11 Toyota lacked the speed to challenge Brad Keselowski, but Hamlin would keep the leader within eyesight. Hamlin held off a stiff challenge from Kevin Harvick over the closing laps, but would secure his third Top-5 finish of the season. He now carries a four-race Top-10 streak after Martinsville.
Added 6:09 pm (EST)
Busch finished third in the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway Sunday afternoon.
The Joe Gibbs Racing star just didn't have the speed this weekend to be a top contender in this 500-lap battle. Busch would slide up and down the Top 10, and even outside it at times Sunday afternoon. The final pit stop would be fantastic for the No .18 team, and they would give Busch great track position for the final run. Busch hounded the rear bumper of Chase Elliott over the closing laps, but just couldn't get around the No. 9 Chevrolet. It was Busch's fifth Top-5 finish of the season.
Added 5:56 pm (EST)
Keselowski won the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway Sunday afternoon.
It was one of the most dominant performances we've seen at the Martinsville short track in a long time. The No. 2 Penske Racing Ford was strong, and Keselowski led all but 55 of the 500 laps Sunday afternoon. The final caution would set up a short green-flag run to the finish, and the Penske Racing star held off the hard-charging Chase Elliott to secure the win. It was Keselowski's second victory of the season, and second-career win at Martinsville Speedway.
Added 5:47 pm (EST)
Logano won the pole for the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway Saturday afternoon. He turned a fast lap of 97.830 mph.
Logano has become a master of winning these Martinsville pole positions, and he showed why Saturday at the Virginia short track. In a strong performance he pushed the No. 22 Ford past Aric Almirola in the final round of knockout qualifying to earn the pole. It was Logano's first pole position of the season, and fifth-career pole at the Martinsville short track. He'll be a top contender to win Sunday's STP 500.
Added Yesterday 9:55 pm (EST)
Bowyer got his defense of last year's STP 500 victory off to a fast start by leading Saturday's opening round of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Martinsville Speedway, speedsport.com reports.
Bowyer turned in a lap of 97.674 mph and edged teammate, Daniel Suarez, for the fastest lap of this opening 50-minute session. The Stewart Haas Racing veteran won this event one year ago, so Bowyer has a lot to prove this weekend. It's good to see he's starting the Martinsville race weekend strong, with a very fast No. 14 Ford.
Added Yesterday 1:54 pm (EST)
Dillon turned in his most complete performance of the season Sunday and finished 10th-place at Auto Club Speedway in the Auto Club 400.
After earning the pole, the driver of the No. 3 Chevrolet would follow with a good performance in the Auto Club 400. Dillon would bounce up and down the Top 15 all afternoon, but keep close touch with the leaders. He was battling flu-like symptoms, so the effort was really incredible. Dillon restarted stage 3 just inside the Top 10 and he would remain there over the long green-flag haul to the finish. It was his first Top 10 of the season.
Added Mar 18 12:09 pm (EST)
Almirola turned in another strong performance to earn a ninth-place finish at Auto Club Speedway Sunday afternoon, stewarthaasracing.com reports.
After a strong qualifying effort, Almirola would start third on the grid Sunday at the two-mile California oval. He led 7 laps in the early going and collected sixth- and fifth-place finishes in the first two stages. Almirola was a fixture among the Top 10 for most of this race. Three-wide racing in stage 3 would see the No. 10 Ford fade a bit with no help from surrounding drivers and an eventual ninth-place finish. Almirola rides a four-race Top-10 streak into Martinsville Speedway this week.
Added Mar 18 12:02 pm (EST)
Hamlin overcame multiple challenges to earn a seventh-place finish at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., on Sunday, leading laps and scoring stage points in the 400-mile race, dennyhamlin.com reports.
Hamlin would lead laps early in this 200-lap event. He would fall a lap down when an untimely caution flag came out right after the team pitted under green. The Joe Gibbs Racing veteran would then spend the better part of stage 2 rallying. A speeding penalty prior to the stage 3 restart would further encumber the No. 11 Toyota team. Undaunted, Hamlin would use the final stage to wage a methodical march to the front. The seventh-place finish was his fourth Top 10 in the first five races of the season.
Added Mar 18 11:53 am (EST)