Las vegas race results 2020


RaceDateCarsWinner(s)StMake / ModelLenSfcMilesPursePoleCauLapsSpeedLC
1998-0303-01-199843Mark Martin 7Ford1.500P4013,176,550168.22429146.55424
1999-0303-07-199943Jeff Burton19Ford1.500P4013,394,300170.643522137.53725
2000-0303-05-200043Jeff Burton11Ford1.500P2223,572,500172.563229119.98213
2001-0303-04-200143Jeff Gordon24Chevrolet1.500P4013,970,061172.106625135.54620
2002-0303-03-200243Sterling Marlin24Dodge1.500P4014,137,735172.850625136.75422
2003-0303-02-200343Matt Kenseth17Ford1.500P4014,524,963173.016630132.93417
2004-0303-07-200443Matt Kenseth25Ford1.500P4014,781,933174.904637128.79018
2005-0303-13-200543Jimmie Johnson 9Chevrolet1.500P4015,311,328173.7451046121.03825
2006-0303-12-200643Jimmie Johnson 3Chevrolet1.500P4055,268,649172.403730133.35822
2007-0303-11-200743Jimmie Johnson23Chevrolet1.500P4015,467,264184.855940128.18328
2008-0303-02-200843Carl Edwards 2Ford1.500P4015,505,220182.3521144127.72919
2009-0303-01-200943Kyle Busch 1Toyota1.500P4285,697,941185.9951466119.51516
2010-0302-28-201043Jimmie Johnson20Chevrolet1.500P4015,492,793188.719729141.45018
2011-0303-06-201143Carl Edwards 3Ford1.500P4015,512,356188.884735135.50821
2012-0303-11-201243Tony Stewart 7Chevrolet1.500P4015,624,358190.456833137.52416
2013-0303-10-201343Matt Kenseth18Toyota1.500P4015,767,609-1.000525146.28722
2014-0303-09-201443Brad Keselowski 2Ford1.500P4015,894,225193.278418154.63321
2015-0303-08-201543Kevin Harvick18Chevrolet1.500P4015,833,866194.679628143.67718
2016-0303-06-201639Brad Keselowski 4Ford1.500P4010196.328636138.17020
2017-0303-12-201739Martin Truex, Jr. 2Toyota1.500P4010193.680634136.03214
2018-0303-04-201837Kevin Harvick 2Ford1.500P4010191.489429141.75611
2018-2709-16-201840Brad Keselowski13Ford1.500P4080188.1211259111.84923
2019-0303-03-201938Joey Logano10Ford1.500P4010180.517212154.84919
2019-2709-15-201939Martin Truex, Jr.24Toyota1.500P4010178.926422142.55524
2020-0202-23-202038Joey Logano 5Ford1.500P4010-1.000937134.86125
2020-3009-27-202039Kurt Busch 9Chevrolet1.500P4020-1.000736131.42020
2021-0403-07-202138Kyle Larson 3Chevrolet1.500P4010-1.000630139.61527
2021-3009-26-202138Denny Hamlin 6Toyota1.500P4010-1.000421144.64321

28 races


RaceDateCarsWinner(s)StMake / ModelLenSfcMilesPursePoleCauLapsSpeedLC
1997-0503-16-199742Jeff Green 1Chevrolet1.500P300776,100159.311847114.15325
1998-0302-28-199843Jimmy Spencer 7Chevrolet1.500P300868,006162.577737114.12913
1999-0303-06-199943Mark Martin 1Ford1.500P300906,150165.715415134.37011
2000-0303-04-200043Jeff Burton 7Ford1.500P300975,500166.328317135.1189
2001-0303-03-200143Todd Bodine 2Chevrolet1.500P3001,010,505169.385727125.62517
2002-0303-02-200243Jeff Burton 1Ford1.500P3001,067,636169.168531123.79617
2003-0303-01-200343Joe Nemechek29Chevrolet1.500P3001,134,342-1.000743115.58218
2004-0303-06-200443Kevin Harvick11Chevrolet1.500P3001,184,547171.238432122.17213
2005-0403-12-200543Mark Martin25Ford1.500P3001,271,148170.951831122.15815
2006-0403-11-200643Kasey Kahne10Dodge1.500P3091,346,501169.827529125.15811
2007-0403-10-200743Jeff Burton 6Chevrolet1.500P3001,350,593181.1111258104.53023
2008-0303-01-200843Mark Martin17Chevrolet1.500P3031,363,819181.7081355108.11815
2009-0302-28-200943Greg Biffle 3Ford1.500P3141,364,357182.4511260106.71317
2010-0302-27-201043Kevin Harvick 2Chevrolet1.500P3001,223,155185.427839121.92414
2011-0303-05-201143Mark Martin 5Chevrolet1.500P3001,049,846181.824627132.79211
2012-0303-10-201243Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. 6Ford1.500P3001,067,346181.366732129.9698
2013-0303-09-201340Sam Hornish, Jr. 7Ford1.500P3001,081,339-1.000837125.08719
2014-0303-08-201440Brad Keselowski 2Ford1.500P3001,094,408182.278527131.99711
2015-0303-07-201540Austin Dillon 1Chevrolet1.500P3001,252,865184.332634126.02113
2016-0303-05-201640Kyle Busch 1Toyota1.500P3000182.698315145.4152
2017-0303-11-201740Joey Logano 4Ford1.500P3000185.580944118.5258
2018-0303-03-201840Kyle Larson 2Chevrolet1.500P3000183.686629131.88410
2018-2609-15-201840Ross Chastain 5Chevrolet1.500P3000179.295840119.25811
2019-0303-02-201938Kyle Busch 8Toyota1.500P3200-1.000737115.97912
2019-2609-14-201938Tyler Reddick 4Chevrolet1.500P3000181.372420138.28413
2020-0202-23-202036Chase Briscoe 2Ford1.500P3000-1.000528128.81717
2020-2709-26-202036Chase Briscoe 1Ford1.500P3000-1.000628127.7968
2021-0403-06-202140A.J. Allmendinger10Chevrolet1.500P3000-1.000845113.80423
2021-2709-25-202140Josh Berry15Chevrolet1.500P3020-1.000632123.50913

29 races


RaceDateTrucksWinner(s)StMake / ModelLenSfcMilesPursePoleCauLapsSpeedLC
1996-2411-03-199640Jack Sprague 3Chevrolet1.500P263631,450157.909933120.7826
1997-2611-09-199740Joe Ruttman 8Ford1.500P263695,150161.310526125.8499
1998-2711-08-199840Jack Sprague 1Chevrolet1.500P254722,700161.749517130.80114
1999-2209-24-199936Greg Biffle 5Ford1.500P251562,190161.803726127.22915
2001-2210-14-200136Ted Musgrave10Dodge1.500P219373,100161.803417128.09110
2002-1910-13-200236David Starr 1Chevrolet1.500P219382,350163.112210135.39412
2003-2009-27-200336Brendan Gaughan 1Dodge1.500P219402,430162.152520123.8269
2004-1909-25-200436Shane Hmiel21Chevrolet1.500P219406,025165.320522123.8656
2005-2009-24-200536Todd Bodine 3Toyota1.500P228418,102165.258522126.23810
2006-1909-23-200636Mike Skinner 1Toyota1.500P219432,499178.065731117.8129
2007-1909-22-200736Travis Kvapil 1Ford1.500P219442,205175.387832115.06110
2008-1909-20-200831Mike Skinner 3Toyota1.500P221421,150170.4281246101.07015
2009-2009-26-200935Johnny Sauter 2Chevrolet1.500P219433,425173.371522127.59315
2010-2009-25-201036Austin Dillon 1Chevrolet1.500P219418,972174.509730118.37814
2011-2110-15-201134Ron Hornaday, Jr. 1Chevrolet1.500P219401,905176.0561044104.0658
2012-1709-28-201234Nelson Piquet, Jr.13Chevrolet1.500P219398,305176.632833112.06817
2013-1709-28-201329Timothy Peters12Toyota1.500P219362,090177.078938110.73013
2014-1709-27-201430Erik Jones13Toyota1.500P219371,906175.770417136.70918
2015-1810-03-201532John Wes Townley 2Chevrolet1.500P219531,462176.396319132.77215
2016-1810-01-201631Tyler Reddick16Ford1.500P2190175.953314143.16312
2017-1809-30-201729Ben Rhodes 6Toyota1.500P2190177.194632116.64411
2018-0303-02-201832Kyle Busch 1Toyota1.500P2010176.615525122.66514
2018-1809-14-201832Grant Enfinger 3Ford1.500P2160178.0361147101.64721
2019-0303-01-201932Kyle Busch 1Toyota1.500P2010178.903315139.4497
2019-1909-13-201932Austin Hill 7Toyota1.500P2010178.077632112.71021
2020-0202-21-202032Kyle Busch 3Toyota1.500P2010177.836525121.20615
2020-1809-25-202036Austin Hill11Toyota1.500P2010-1.000525119.8614
2021-0303-05-202140John Hunter Nemechek 3Toyota1.500P2010-1.00094896.1349
2021-1909-24-202137Christian Eckes15Toyota1.500P2010-1.0001039105.35814

29 races


RaceDateCarsWinner(s)StMake / ModelLenSfcMilesPursePoleCauLapsSpeedLC
1996-1511-02-199631Ken Schrader 1Chevrolet1.500P188240,692158.884425127.3108
1997-0606-07-199724Gary Smith 4Chevrolet1.500P150131,560159.537321108.0886
1997-1411-08-199740Ken Schrader 5Chevrolet1.500P188241,419164.790740110.07811
1998-0202-25-199835Kevin Harvick 1Chevrolet1.500P150171,339163.820729110.6333
1998-1411-07-199840Andy Houston13Chevrolet1.500P188260,839166.021528111.90314
1999-0203-05-199936Jerry Nadeau 1Ford1.500P150166,687166.246529104.3687
1999-1209-25-199929Kevin Richards12Chevrolet1.500P150162,333164.629523111.0885
2000-0304-22-200030David Starr 7Chevrolet1.500P150176,191167.691533100.0937
2001-1310-13-200128Brendan Gaughan10Chevrolet1.500P150134,828165.517419114.2867
2002-1010-12-200227Scott Lynch 4Chevrolet1.500P150145,779164.369520115.1887

10 races


4 races


2 races


RaceDateCarsWinner(s)StC/E/TLenSfcMilesPursePoleCauLapsSpeedLC
1997-0209-15-199628Richie Hearn 8R/FG/G1.500P3001,150,500226.491983115.17110
1997-1010-11-199731Eliseo Salazar 5D/AG/G1.500P3121,135,500207.413844142.75713
1998-1110-11-199828Arie Luyendyk14G/AF/F1.500P3121,121,100214.5671068135.33813
1999-0909-26-199926Sam Schmidt 1G/AF/F1.500P3121,112,100209.4651170124.19611
2000-0304-22-200028Al Unser, Jr.21G/AF/F1.500P3121,090,500208.502747136.69110
C/E/T = Chassis / Engine / Tire codes   (click on a race # to see the code definitions)

5 races


RaceDateCarsWinner(s)StChassis / EngineLenSfcMilesPursePoleCauLapsSpeedLC
2011-1410-16-201113Victor Carbone 1Dallara / Infiniti1.500P101169,500191.73314175.1533

1 race


2 races


Exhibition / Unclassified Race Recaps

Click on the race number to see the results of that race.

RaceDateCarsWinner(s)StMake / ModelLenSfcMilesPursePoleCauLapsSpeedLC
2011-0710-16-201134Tony Kanaan 1D/H/F1.500P180222.078120.000 

1 race

Sours: https://www.racing-reference.info/tracks/Las_Vegas_Motor_Speedway/

NASCAR Cup 2020 Las Vegas

Laps Led

Events

Daytona Clash

Daytona Clash

Feb 8, 2020 to Feb 9, 2020

Duel At Daytona 1

2020-02-13

Duel At Daytona 2

2020-02-13
Daytona 500

Daytona 500

Feb 8, 2020 to Feb 17, 2020
Las Vegas

Las Vegas

Feb 21, 2020 to Feb 23, 2020
Fontana

Fontana

Feb 28, 2020 to Mar 1, 2020
Phoenix

Phoenix

Mar 6, 2020 to Mar 8, 2020
Darlington

Darlington

May 17, 2020 to May 17, 2020
Darlington II

Darlington II

May 20, 2020 to May 20, 2020
Charlotte

Charlotte

May 23, 2020 to May 24, 2020
Charlotte II

Charlotte II

May 27, 2020 to May 28, 2020
Bristol

Bristol

May 31, 2020 to May 31, 2020
Atlanta

Atlanta

Jun 7, 2020 to Jun 7, 2020
Martinsville

Martinsville

Jun 10, 2020 to Jun 10, 2020
Homestead

Homestead

Jun 14, 2020 to Jun 14, 2020
Talladega

Talladega

Jun 21, 2020 to Jun 21, 2020
Pocono

Pocono

Jun 27, 2020 to Jun 27, 2020
Pocono II

Pocono II

Jun 28, 2020 to Jun 28, 2020
Indianapolis

Indianapolis

Jul 5, 2020 to Jul 5, 2020
Kentucky

Kentucky

Jul 12, 2020 to Jul 12, 2020
Texas

Texas

Jul 19, 2020 to Jul 19, 2020
Kansas

Kansas

Jul 23, 2020 to Jul 23, 2020
Loudon

Loudon

Aug 2, 2020 to Aug 2, 2020
Michigan

Michigan

Aug 8, 2020 to Aug 9, 2020
Michigan II

Michigan II

Aug 7, 2020 to Aug 9, 2020
Daytona II

Daytona II

Aug 16, 2020 to Aug 16, 2020
Dover

Dover

Aug 22, 2020 to Aug 23, 2020
Dover II

Dover II

Aug 21, 2020 to Aug 23, 2020
Daytona III

Daytona III

Aug 29, 2020 to Aug 29, 2020
Darlington III

Darlington III

Sep 6, 2020 to Sep 6, 2020
Richmond

Richmond

Sep 12, 2020 to Sep 12, 2020
Bristol II

Bristol II

Sep 19, 2020 to Sep 19, 2020
Las Vegas II

Las Vegas II

Sep 27, 2020 to Sep 27, 2020
Talladega II

Talladega II

Oct 4, 2020 to Oct 4, 2020
Charlotte III

Charlotte III

Oct 11, 2020 to Oct 11, 2020
Kansas II

Kansas II

Oct 18, 2020 to Oct 18, 2020
Texas II

Texas II

Oct 25, 2020 to Oct 28, 2020
Martinsville II

Martinsville II

Nov 1, 2020 to Nov 1, 2020
Phoenix II

Phoenix II

Nov 8, 2020 to Nov 8, 2020
Sours: https://www.motorsport.com/nascar-cup/results/2020/las-vegas-457439/
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Kurt Busch hits jackpot with first career win at hometown Las Vegas Motor Speedway: With a career record of 0-for-21 coming into Sunday night’s South Point 400 at his hometown Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Kurt Busch may have felt like a “long shot.” But with fortunate track position late in the race and some sure-bet restarts at the front of the field, Busch can now count himself a Vegas winner. The victory was a high stakes haul, automatically earning a position for Busch in the next round of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs – moving the 2004 series champion from last place among the 12 Playoff drivers entering the race to the first driver with a guaranteed spot in the Round of 8.(Read More)(9-27-2020)

Paint Schemes

#1-Kurt Busch won the South Point 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Sunday night following a two-lap overtime run to the checkered flag. The win is his first win of the year, first at Las Vegas, and 32nd career win. Busch, a Las Vegas native, locked himself into the Round of 8 in the Playoffs with the win. #1-Busch caught a break late in the race when a caution flag fell during a green flag cycle of pitstops. He had not yet pit when the yellow waved, giving him the much-needed track position.
#21-Matt DiBenedetto finished 2nd followed by #11-Denny Hamlin, #19-Martin Truex, Jr., #88-Alex Bowman, #18-Kyle Busch, #12-Ryan Blaney, #20-Erik Jones, #17-Chris Buescher, and pole-sitter, #4-Kevin Harvick.
Stage 1 was won by #11-Hamlin. Stage 2 was won by #9-Chase Elliott.
There were 20 lead changes among 11 drivers and 7 cautions for 36 yellow flag laps.
See race details at: Race Results, Drivers Points Standings, Owners Points Standings, Cumulative Report, Penalty Report.

Where the 2020 Cup Series Playoff drivers finished at Las Vegas:
#1-Kurt Busch, 1st
#11-Denny Hamlin, 3rd
#19-Martin Truex, Jr., 4th
#88-Alex Bowman, 5th
#18-Kyle Busch, 6th
#4-Kevin Harvick, 10th
#14-Clint Bowyer, 12th
#2-Brad Keselowski, 13th
#22-Joey Logano,14th
#10-Aric Almirola, 17th
#9-Chase Elliott, 22nd
#3-Austin Dillon, 32nd

Race Fast Facts – Las Vegas:
Kurt Busch (P) won the 3rd Annual South Point 400, his 32nd victory in 715 Cup Series races.
This is his first victory and 16th top-10 finish in 2020.
This is his first victory and sixth top-10 finish in 23 races at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Matt DiBenedetto (second) posted his second top-10 finish in nine races at Las Vegas Motor
Speedway. It is his eighth top-10 finish in 2020.
Denny Hamlin (P) (third) posted his eighth top-10 finish in 19 races at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Cole Custer (16th) was the highest finishing rookie.
Kevin Harvick (P) leads the point standings by 3 points over Denny Hamlin (P)
(NASCAR)(9-27-2020)

Cup Series Playoff Standings after Las Vegas (race 30):
(6 races left in the season, 2 races left in the Round of 12)

PosDriver

Points

Ahead of 9th

1)#1-Kurt Busch (1 win)

3041

1 win

2)#4-Kevin Harvick (9 wins)

3104

61

3)#11-Denny Hamlin (6 wins)

3001

58

4)#2-Brad Keselowski (4 wins)

3059

16

5)#19-Martin Truex, Jr. (1 win)

3058

15

6)#22-Joey Logano (2 wins)

3054

11

7)#9-Chase Elliott (2 wins)

3053

10

8)#88-Alex Bowman (1 win)

3052

9

Bottom 4 eliminated after Charlotte (race 32)

Behind 8th

9)#18-Kyle Busch

3043

-9

10)#14-Clint Bowyer

3032

-20

11)#10-Aric Almirola

3025

-27

12)#3-Austin Dillon

3020

-33

See the Drivers Points Standings and Owners Points Standings.

Cars to the rear: none reported.

Pit Stall Selections: The selections of pit stalls for the South Point 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway have been made. Selections were made based on the starting lineup process.
Pole sitter #4-Harvick chose pit stall 1.
2nd place starter #18-Busch took the 6th stall, with an opening in front of it.
See all pit choices on the Pit Stall chart.(9-23-2020)

#4-Kevin Harvick will start from the pole for the South Point 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
#18-Busch will start second, followed by #9-Elliott, #10-Almirola, #22-Logano, #14-Bowyer, #3-Dillon, #88-Bowman, #1-Busch and #11-Hamlin.
The lineup was set by the new qualifying procedure, based on race finish, points position, and fastest race lap.
See the complete South Point 400 Starting Lineup.(9-23-2020)

Crew Rosters

Goodyear Tire Notes

The Entry List for the South Point 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is posted, 39 teams/drivers [for 40 spots] are listed.
Some of the drivers entered include: #15-Poole, #27-Gaulding, #49-Finchum, #51-Gase, #53-Bilicki, #77-Sorenson.
See the full entry list on the Entry List (pdf).

Rules package: Teams will run the 550 hp package with aero ducts.

Fans: Fans will not be allowed at the Las Vegas races.

Sours: https://www.jayski.com/nascar-cup-series/2020-nascar-cup-series-fall-las-vegas-race-page/

2021 NASCAR Cup Series Results

2021 ResultsDATERACEWINNERPOLE WINNERTue, Feb 9The Clash at Daytona
Daytona International SpeedwayKyle Busch
ToyotaRyan Blaney
FordThu, Feb 11Duel #1
Daytona International SpeedwayAric Almirola
FordAlex Bowman
ChevroletThu, Feb 11Duel #2
Daytona International SpeedwayAustin Dillon
ChevroletWilliam Byron
ChevroletSun, Feb 14DAYTONA 500
Daytona International SpeedwayMichael McDowell
FordAlex Bowman
ChevroletSun, Feb 21NASCAR Cup Series at Daytona RC
Daytona International Speedway Road CourseChristopher Bell
ToyotaChase Elliott
ChevroletSun, Feb 28NASCAR Cup Series at Miami
Homestead-Miami SpeedwayWilliam Byron
ChevroletDenny Hamlin
ToyotaSun, Mar 7NASCAR Cup Series at Las Vegas
Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayKyle Larson
ChevroletKevin Harvick
FordSun, Mar 14NASCAR Cup Series at Phoenix
Phoenix RacewayMartin Truex Jr.
ToyotaBrad Keselowski
FordSun, Mar 21NASCAR Cup Series at Atlanta
Atlanta Motor SpeedwayRyan Blaney
FordDenny Hamlin
ToyotaSun, Mar 28NASCAR Cup Series at Bristol (Dirt)
Bristol Motor SpeedwayJoey Logano
FordKyle Larson
ChevroletSat, Apr 10NASCAR Cup Series at Martinsville
Martinsville SpeedwayMartin Truex Jr.
ToyotaJoey Logano
FordSun, Apr 18NASCAR Cup Series at Richmond
Richmond RacewayAlex Bowman
ChevroletMartin Truex Jr.
ToyotaSun, Apr 25NASCAR Cup Series at Talladega
Talladega SuperspeedwayBrad Keselowski
FordDenny Hamlin
ToyotaSun, May 2NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas
Kansas SpeedwayKyle Busch
ToyotaBrad Keselowski
FordSun, May 9NASCAR Cup Series at Darlington
Darlington RacewayMartin Truex Jr.
ToyotaBrad Keselowski
FordSun, May 16NASCAR Cup Series at Dover
Dover International SpeedwayAlex Bowman
ChevroletMartin Truex Jr.
ToyotaSun, May 23NASCAR Cup Series at Circuit of the Americas
Circuit Of The AmericasChase Elliott
ChevroletTyler Reddick
ChevroletSun, May 30NASCAR Cup Series at Charlotte
Charlotte Motor SpeedwayKyle Larson
ChevroletKyle Larson
ChevroletSun, Jun 6NASCAR Cup Series at Sonoma
Sonoma RacewayKyle Larson
ChevroletKyle Larson
ChevroletSun, Jun 13NASCAR CUP SERIES ALL STAR OPEN RACE
Texas Motor SpeedwayAric Almirola
FordTyler Reddick
ChevroletSun, Jun 13NASCAR CUP SERIES ALL STAR RACE
Texas Motor SpeedwayKyle Larson
ChevroletKyle Larson
ChevroletSun, Jun 20NASCAR Cup Series at Nashville
Nashville SuperspeedwayKyle Larson
ChevroletAric Almirola
FordSat, Jun 26NASCAR Cup Series at Pocono 325
Pocono RacewayAlex Bowman
ChevroletKyle Larson
ChevroletSun, Jun 27NASCAR Cup Series at Pocono 350
Pocono RacewayKyle Busch
ToyotaChris Buescher
FordSun, Jul 4NASCAR Cup Series at Road America
Road AmericaChase Elliott
ChevroletWilliam Byron
ChevroletSun, Jul 11NASCAR Cup Series at Atlanta
Atlanta Motor SpeedwayKurt Busch
ChevroletChase Elliott
ChevroletSun, Jul 18NASCAR Cup Series at New Hampshire
New Hampshire Motor SpeedwayAric Almirola
FordKyle Busch
ToyotaSun, Aug 8NASCAR Cup Series at Watkins Glen
Watkins Glen InternationalKyle Larson
ChevroletBrad Keselowski
FordSun, Aug 15NASCAR Cup Series at Indianapolis RC
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road CourseAJ Allmendinger
ChevroletWilliam Byron
ChevroletSun, Aug 22NASCAR Cup Series at Michigan
Michigan International SpeedwayRyan Blaney
FordKyle Larson
ChevroletSat, Aug 28NASCAR Cup Series at Daytona
Daytona International SpeedwayRyan Blaney
FordKyle Larson
ChevroletSun, Sep 5NASCAR Cup Series at Darlington
Darlington RacewayDenny Hamlin
ToyotaRyan Blaney
FordSat, Sep 11NASCAR Cup Series at Richmond
Richmond RacewayMartin Truex Jr.
ToyotaKyle Larson
ChevroletSat, Sep 18NASCAR Cup Series at Bristol
Bristol Motor SpeedwayKyle Larson
ChevroletMartin Truex Jr.
ToyotaSun, Sep 26NASCAR Cup Series at Las Vegas
Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayDenny Hamlin
ToyotaKyle Larson
ChevroletSun, Oct 3NASCAR Cup Series at Talladega
Talladega SuperspeedwayBubba Wallace
ToyotaDenny Hamlin
ToyotaSun, Oct 10NASCAR Cup Series at Charlotte RC
Charlotte Motor Speedway RovalKyle Larson
ChevroletDenny Hamlin
ToyotaSun, Oct 17NASCAR Cup Series at Texas
Texas Motor SpeedwayKyle Larson
ChevroletKyle Larson
Chevrolet
Sours: http://www.espn.com/racing/results

Race results 2020 las vegas

2020 Pennzoil 400

NASCAR Cup Series race

Motor car race

The 2020 Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube was a NASCAR Cup Seriesrace held on February 23, 2020, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas. Contested over 267 laps on the 1.5 mi (2.4 km) asphalt intermediate speedway, it was the second race of the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season. It was the first NASCAR Cup Series race run without Ryan Newman and David Ragan in the field since Loudon, 2001 and Homestead, 2006 respectively. Joey Logano was the race winner.

Report[edit]

Background[edit]

Las Vegas Motor Speedway, located in Clark County, Nevada outside the Las Vegas city limits and about 15 miles northeast of the Las Vegas Strip, is a 1,200-acre (490 ha) complex of multiple tracks for motorsports racing. The complex is owned by Speedway Motorsports, Inc., which is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Entry list[edit]

  • (R) denotes rookie driver.
  • (i) denotes driver who are ineligible for series driver points.

Practice[edit]

First practice[edit]

Aric Almirola was the fastest in the first practice session with a time of 30.226 seconds and a speed of 178.654 mph (287.516 km/h).[10]

Final practice[edit]

Jimmie Johnson was the fastest in the final practice session with a time of 30.095 seconds and a speed of 179.432 mph (288.768 km/h).[11]

Qualifying[edit]

Qualifying for Saturday was cancelled due to rain and Kyle Busch was awarded the pole as a result.[12]

Starting Lineup[edit]

  • Polesitter Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, and Christopher Bell all started at the back after failing inspection.[13]

Race[edit]

Stage Results[edit]

Stage OneLaps: 80

Pos Driver Team Manufacturer Points
19Chase ElliottHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet10
219Martin Truex Jr.Joe Gibbs RacingToyota9
34Kevin HarvickStewart-Haas RacingFord8
412Ryan BlaneyTeam PenskeFord7
522Joey LoganoTeam PenskeFord6
624William ByronHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet5
742Kyle LarsonChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet4
888Alex BowmanHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet3
948Jimmie JohnsonHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet2
106Ross Chastain (i)Roush Fenway RacingFord0
Official stage one results

Stage TwoLaps: 80

Pos Driver Team Manufacturer Points
19Chase ElliottHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet10
212Ryan BlaneyTeam PenskeFord9
319Martin Truex Jr.Joe Gibbs RacingToyota8
424William ByronHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet7
522Joey LoganoTeam PenskeFord6
64Kevin HarvickStewart-Haas RacingFord5
748Jimmie JohnsonHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet4
842Kyle LarsonChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet3
988Alex BowmanHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet2
1018Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs RacingToyota1
Official stage two results

Final Stage Results[edit]

Stage ThreeLaps: 107

Pos Grid Driver Team Manufacturer Laps Points
1522Joey LoganoTeam PenskeFord26752
21921Matt DiBenedettoWood Brothers RacingFord26735
32647Ricky Stenhouse Jr.JTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet26734
4213Austin DillonRichard Childress RacingChevrolet26733
51848Jimmie JohnsonHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet26738
62743Bubba WallaceRichard Petty MotorsportsChevrolet26731
782Brad KeselowskiTeam PenskeFord26730
834Kevin HarvickStewart-Haas RacingFord26742
9642Kyle LarsonChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet26735
102413Ty DillonGermain RacingChevrolet26727
11712Ryan BlaneyTeam PenskeFord26742
12914Clint BowyerStewart-Haas RacingFord26725
131288Alex BowmanHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet26729
142317Chris BuescherRoush Fenway RacingFord26723
15118Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs RacingToyota26723
163032Corey LaJoieGo Fas RacingFord26721
17411Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs RacingToyota26720
18258Tyler Reddick (R)Richard Childress RacingChevrolet26719
191741Cole Custer (R)Stewart-Haas RacingFord26718
20219Martin Truex Jr.Joe Gibbs RacingToyota26734
211410Aric AlmirolaStewart-Haas RacingFord26716
221124William ByronHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet26727
231620Erik JonesJoe Gibbs RacingToyota26714
242938John Hunter Nemechek (R)Front Row MotorsportsFord26713
25131Kurt BuschChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet26612
26109Chase ElliottHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet26631
27156Ross Chastain (i)Roush Fenway RacingFord2650
283752J. J. Yeley (i)Rick Ware RacingFord2640
293315Brennan Poole (R)Premium MotorsportsChevrolet2648
303596Daniel SuárezGaunt Brothers RacingToyota2637
313153Joey Gase (i)Rick Ware RacingFord2580
323200Quin Houff (R)StarCom RacingChevrolet2585
332295Christopher Bell (R)Leavine Family RacingToyota2574
343677Reed SorensonSpire MotorsportsChevrolet2533
353451Garrett SmithleyPetty Ware RacingChevrolet2522
362834Michael McDowellFront Row MotorsportsFord2451
372037Ryan PreeceJTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet2221
383866Timmy Hill (i)MBM MotorsportsToyota1750
Official race results

Race statistics[edit]

  • Lead changes: 25 among 7 different drivers
  • Cautions/Laps: 9 for 37
  • Red flags: 0
  • Time of race: 2 hours, 58 minutes and 11 seconds
  • Average speed: 134.861 miles per hour (217.038 km/h)

Media[edit]

Television[edit]

Fox Sports covered their 20th race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Mike Joy and 2001 race winner Jeff Gordon called from the booth for the race. Jamie Little, Regan Smith, Vince Welch and Matt Yocum handled the pit road duties for the television side. Larry McReynolds and Jamie McMurray provided insight from the Fox Sports studio in Charlotte.

Radio[edit]

PRN covered the radio call for the race which was simulcasted on Sirius XMNASCAR Radio. Doug Rice and Mark Garrow called the race in the booth when the field raced through the tri-oval. Rob Albright called the race from a billboard in turn 2 when the field raced through turns 1 and 2. Pat Patterson called the race from a billboard outside of turn 3 when the field raced through turns 3 and 4. Brad Gillie, Brett McMillan, Wendy Venturini and Heather DeBeaux worked pit road for the radio side.

PRN
Booth announcersTurn announcersPit reporters
Lead announcer: Doug Rice
Announcer: Mark Garrow
Turns 1 & 2: Rob Albright
Turns 3 & 4: Pat Patterson
Brad Gillie
Brett McMillan
Wendy Venturini
Heather DeBeaux

Standings after the race[edit]

References[edit]

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NASCAR at Las Vegas results: Kyle Larson wins Pennzoil 400, first win after 2020 firing, suspension

Kyle Larson rolled the dice and won.

Less than a year after he was fired from Chip Ganassi Racing and suspended by NASCAR for using a racial slur during a NASCAR iRacing event, Larson took home the victory in Hendrick Motorsports' No. 5 car in Las Vegas at the Pennzoil 400. Larson's win is his first top-row finish since 2019 and his first win since his firing and suspension.

Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin and Ryan Blaney filled out the unofficial top five. Kevin Harvick, the pole-sitter for Sunday's race, surprisingly finished in 20th place.

Larson is the fourth different winner in as many races in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, and Sunday was his second top-five finish of the year. He finished fourth at Homestead last week.

Larson signed with Hendrick Motorsports in October 2020, six months after he was fired by Chip Ganassi Racing and suspended by NASCAR for using the N-word during an iRacing event. The signing came less than two weeks after NASCAR reinstated Larson for competition, effective Jan. 1. 

Sporting News covered highlights, updates and more from Sunday's race in Las Vegas.

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NASCAR at Las Vegas results

Official results.

PositionDriver
1Kyle Larson
2Brad Keselowski
3Kyle Busch
4Denny Hamlin
5Ryan Blaney
6Martin Truex
7Christopher Bell
8William Byron
9Joey Logano
10Erik Jones
11Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
12Austin Dillion
13Chase Elliott
14Chris Buescher
15Ryan Preece
16Matt DiBenedetto
17Michael McDowell
18Ryan Newman
19Kurt Busch
20Kevin Harvick
21Chase Briscoe
22Tyler Reddick
23Ross Chastain
24Anthony Alfredo
25Cole Custer
26Daniel Suarez
27Alex Bowman
28Bubba Wallace
29Justin Haley
30BJ McLeod
31Garrett Smithley
32Cody Ware
33Quin Houff
34Joey Gase
35Josh Bilicki
36Timmy Hill
37Corey LaJoie (DNF)
38Aric Almirola (DNF)

NASCAR at Las Vegas live updates, highlights from Pennzoil 400

6:40 FINISH: Kyle Larson takes home his first win in two years and his first with Hendrick Motorsports. 

6:28 p.m.:  Kyle Larson in the lead with 25 laps to go. Brad Keselowski is behind him, with Hamlin, Truex and Busch rounding out the top five. 

6:12 p.m.:  54 laps to go, Larson, Hamlin, Keselowski, Blaney, Truex are the one-through-five.

6:03 p.m.:  Harvick and Truex fighting for first in an entertaining back-and-forth with 70 laps to go. Kyle Larson slips in.

5:50 p.m.:  Aric Almirola coming off, bad damage to the front right and left of his car after hitting the wall. He's coming off, and another caution is out.

5:41 p.m.:  Chase Elliott spins iut, damage to his left front fender, he's going to have to pit. Caution flag is out.

5:39 p.m.:  100 laps left after the restart. Kyle Larson still out front for the time being. Hamlin, Truex, Kyle Busch, Bowman round out the top five.

5:28 p.m. End Stage 2:  Kyle Larson wins Stage 2. 

5:21 p.m.:  14 laps to go in Stage 2, and Kyle Larson pulls out front.

5:13 p.m.:  Tyler Reddick takes the lead for the moment with several cars pitting. 29 laps to go in Stage 2. Michael McDowell, Daytona winner, in second.

5:08 p.m.:  Alex Bowman, Christopher Bell and a few others into pit road for green flag stops.

5:03 p.m.: 

4:49 p.m.:  Stage 2 underway and Keselowski is clinging to his lead. Chase Elliott all the way back to 22nd. 

4:39 p.m. End Stage 1:  Brad Keselowski takes his first stage win of the year after hanging around in the top five for most of the race. 

4:28 p.m.:  21 laps to go in Stage 1, Logano out front with Chase Elliott right on him. Kyle Larson, Brad Keselowski and Ryan Blaney round out the top 10. 

4:24 p.m.:  Bubba Wallace is having an issue with an oil leak, so he's losing lots of laps right now.

4:19 p.m.:  Caution flag out after debris on the track. Kevin Harvick losing air in his front driver-side tire.

4:14 p.m.:  41 laps down in Vegas, Denny Hamlin and his pajamas still out in front.

4:08 p.m.:  We have a green flag again, Denny Hamlin jumps out to first. Keselowski and Kyle Larson behind him. Chase Elliott had some trouble in the pit, so he's lost some time. 

4:00 p.m.:  Competition caution at lap 25, with Chase Elliott out front. 

3:53 p.m.:  Into Lap 10 (of 267), William Byron at front, followed by Chase Elliott, Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Larson. Larson and Truex jockeying for fourth place. 

3:49 p.m.:  Green flag in Vegas, and the feidl stretches to four wide in the midfield and three wide at the front.

3:36 p.m.:  No cars to the back as we get started in Sin City.

3:30 p.m.:  Not far from race start today in Nevada.

NASCAR race start time today

The green flag for Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is scheduled to wave at 3:49 p.m. ET.

NASCAR at Las Vegas lineup

Here is the complete starting lineup for Sunday's NASCAR race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube:

DriverCar No.Team
Kevin Harvick4Stewart-Haas Racing
William Byron24Hendrick Motorsports
Kyle Larson5Hendrick Motorsports
Martin Truex Jr.19Joe Gibbs Racing
Michael McDowell34Front Row Motorsports
Denny Hamlin11Joe Gibbs Racing
Kurt Busch1Chip Ganassi Racing
Chase Elliott9Hendrick Motorsports
Alex Bowan48Hendrick Motorsports
Brad Keselowski2Team Penske
Tyler Reddick8Richard Childress Racing
Austin Dillon3Richard Childress Racing
Ryan Newman6Roush Fenway Racing
Kyle Busch18Joe Gibbs Racing
Joey Logano22Team Penske
Christopher Bell20Joe Gibbs Racing
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.47JTG Daugherty Racing
Chris Buescher17Roush Fenway Racing
Ryan Preece37JTG Daugherty Racing
Cole Custer41Stewart-Haas Racing
Ross Chastain42Chip Ganassi Racing
Daniel Suarez99TrackHouse Racing
Bubba Wallace2323XI Racing
Chase Briscoe14Stewart-Haas Racing
Justin Haley77Spire Motorsports
Ryan Blaney12Team Penske
Anthony Alfredo38Front Row Motorsports
Aric Almirola10Stewart-Haas Racing
Erik Jones43Richard Petty Motorsports
Matt DiBenedetto21Wood Brothers Racing
Garrett Smithley53Rick Ware Racing
Cody Ware51Petty Ware Racing
Corey LaJoie7Spire Motorsports
BJ McLeod78Live Fast Motorsports
Josh Bilicki52Rick Ware Racing
Quin Houff00StarCom Racing
Joey Gase15Rick Ware Racing
Timmy Hill66Motorsports Business Management
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With a career record of 0-for-21 coming into Sunday night’s South Point 400 at his hometown Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Kurt Busch may have felt like a “long shot.” But with fortunate track position late in the race and some sure-bet restarts at the front of the field, Busch can now count himself a Vegas winner.

The victory was a high stakes haul, automatically earning a position for Busch in the next round of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs – moving the 2004 series champion from last place among the 12 playoff drivers entering the race to the first driver with a guaranteed spot in the Round of 8.

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With only one top-10 finish in the last six races at the 1.5-mile Vegas track and so much on the line, Busch was understandably emotional as he climbed onto the hood of  his No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet to celebrate the big win after the checkered flag.

“This is what kids dream of when they grow up racing, you dream of winning at your hometown track,” Busch said. “For two decades it’s kicked my butt and tonight with this Monster Energy Chevy, I’m in awe.

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“I knew the race would come to us. We needed to get to nightfall and one of those quirky (crew chief) Matt McCall pit sequences finally unfolded and we got lucky. You have to be lucky and you have to be lucky in any race, but we did it tonight with teamwork, pulling through and not giving up.”

Busch held off Wood Brothers Racing driver Matt DiBenedetto by .148 seconds for the win – keeping the fan-favorite DiBenedetto from a first career victory celebration — again.

Denny Hamlin, who led a race-best 121 laps, finished third. Martin Truex Jr. and Alex Bowman rounded out the top five.

“It’s heartbreaking to come that close,” DiBenedetto conceded.

Busch’s younger brother Kyle finished sixth, followed by non-championship eligible drivers Ryan Blaney, Erik Jones and Chris Buescher. Championship leader Kevin Harvick rounded out the top 10.

RELATED: Joey Logano, Kyle Busch make contact

A caution flag flew on Lap 236 – just after the race’s leaders had pitted but before Busch and nine other cars had. That changed the complexity of the race and forced the more dominant cars such as Hamlin’s No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota and Hendrick Motorsports teammates Bowman and Chase Elliott to play catch-up in the closing laps. Those three drivers combined to lead 199 of the 268 laps. Busch led 29 in total, but, most importantly, the last 26 laps.

Hamlin’s 121 laps out front marked the fourth time this season he’s led at least 100 laps and the second time he did not win after doing so.

“Just same thing as happened at Darlington, untimely cautions,” Hamlin said. “That’s what’s keeping us out of Victory Lane. We obviously had a dominant car today and I’m proud of the whole FedEx team for giving me such a great car, by far the best car I’ve had in Las Vegas and maybe a long time at any mile-and-a-half (track). Just really happy with it.

“Really encouraged by the way we ran, obviously just very disappointed we didn’t get a win.”

Hamlin won Stage 1, his ninth stage win of the season. Elliott, who led 73 laps, won Stage 2 — his eighth stage victory — but he finished 22nd.

Two races remain in this second round of the playoffs, next weekend at Talladega Superspeedway and Oct. 11 at the Charlotte Roval road course. Eight drivers will advance to the penultimate three-races following Charlotte that will decide which four drivers contend for the NASCAR Cup Series championship trophy on Nov. 8 at Phoenix.

With his win Sunday, Busch has the automatic ticket into the next round. Harvick leads the playoff standings with a three-point edge on Hamlin. Brad Keselowski, Truex, Joey Logano, Elliott and Bowman round out the remaining provisional transfer spots after Las Vegas.

Kyle Busch heads to Talladega nine points behind Bowman for that final transfer position. Contact between he and Logano while racing for the lead on Lap 88 led to damage for both, significantly derailing the race for the No. 22 Team Penske driver. Logano had taken the lead on the restart but got into the No. 18 Toyota of Busch as Stage 1 winner Denny Hamlin slipped past in a three-wide pass for the lead. Logano incurred a left-rear tire rub, necessitating a trip to pit road and putting him a lap down — a lap he would not get back until a late caution on Lap 250 — and he would finish 14th.

Clint Bowyer is 20 points back, Aric Almirola is 27 points back and Austin Dillon is 32 points from the cutoff line. Dillon, who had a strong showing in the opening Round of 16, endured a rocky start to the next round with a pair of pitfalls in the final stage. Dillon lost ground with a pit-road penalty after a crewman toppled over the pit wall, then lost several laps while his Richard Childress Racing crew changed a broken power-steering belt on the No. 3 Chevrolet. He was 32nd at the finish.

Post-race inspection notes: The Nos. 1 (Kurt Busch), 21 (DiBenedetto) and 38 (John Hunter Nemechek) each had one lug nut not safe and secure. Their respective crew chiefs will face fines that will be on this week’s penalty report.

Contributing: Staff report

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