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RESULTS

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1

Denny Hamlin

11 |

21

Running

209

79

50

6

2

Ryan Blaney

12 |

27

Running

209

4

43

0

3

Chris Buescher

17 |

19

Running

209

0

37

0

4

David Ragan

36 |

30

Running

209

0

33

0

5

Kevin Harvick

4 |

10

Running

209

0

32

0

6

Clint Bowyer

14 |

29

Running

209

0

31

0

7

Brendan Gaughan

62 |

39

Running

209

0

0

0

8

Corey Lajoie

32 |

36

Running

209

1

29

0

9

Ryan Newman

6 |

7

Running

209

15

28

0

10

Kyle Larson

42 |

8

Running

209

0

27

0

11

John H. Nemechek

38 |

23

Running

209

0

26

0

12

Austin Dillon

3 |

13

Running

209

0

25

0

13

Justin Haley

16 |

33

Running

209

0

0

0

14

Michael McDowell

34 |

26

Running

209

1

23

0

15

Bubba Wallace

43 |

11

Running

209

0

22

0

16

Brennan Poole

15 |

34

Running

209

0

21

0

17

Chase Elliott

9 |

25

Running

209

23

34

1

18

Erik Jones

20 |

14

Running

208

0

19

0

19

Matt DiBenedetto

21 |

16

Running

207

0

21

0

20

Ricky Stenhouse Jr

47 |

1

Running

206

24

29

0

21

Christopher Bell

95 |

17

Accident

205

0

16

0

22

Aric Almirola

10 |

5

Running

205

6

23

0

23

Joey Gase

51 |

37

Running

203

0

0

0

24

Alex Bowman

88 |

2

Running

203

3

22

0

25

Ross Chastain

77 |

20

Accident

201

0

0

0

26

Joey Logano

22 |

3

Accident

200

6

20

0

27

Timmy Hill

66 |

32

Accident

200

0

0

0

28

Tyler Reddick

8 |

22

Accident

199

0

9

0

29

Ryan Preece

37 |

31

Accident

198

0

8

0

30

Ty Dillon

13 |

24

Accident

198

0

8

0

31

Reed Sorenson

27 |

40

Accident

192

0

6

0

32

Martin Truex Jr

19 |

15

Accident

186

0

12

0

33

Kurt Busch

1 |

18

Accident

184

0

4

0

34

Kyle Busch

18 |

28

Engine

184

14

12

0

35

Jimmie Johnson

48 |

6

Accident

184

3

13

0

36

Brad Keselowski

2 |

9

Accident

183

30

1

0

37

Cole Custer

41 |

12

Rear End

174

0

1

0

38

BJ McLeod

52 |

38

Accident

105

0

0

0

39

Quin Houff

00 |

35

Accident

89

0

1

0

40

William Byron

24 |

4

Accident

58

0

1

0

  • #1 | LEADER

    Denny Hamlin

    #1

    LEADER

    Denny Hamlin

    11|

  • #2 | 0.014

    Ryan Blaney

    #2

    0.014

    Ryan Blaney

    12|

  • #3 | 0.109

    Chris Buescher

    #3

    0.109

    Chris Buescher

    17|

Denny Hamlin wins second straight Daytona 500

Denny Hamlin won his second consecutive Daytona 500 in a photo finish with Ryan Blaney on Monday night at Daytona International Speedway, the second closest finish in the history of the “Great American Race.”

Hamlin passed Blaney after a wreck broke out behind them. Ryan Newman was taken to a local hospital following the last-lap wreck. According to a Roush Fenway Racing statement, Newman is being treated at Halifax Medical Center. He is in serious condition, but doctors have indicated his injuries are not life threatening.

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Hamlin is the fourth driver to win back-to-back Daytona 500s, joining Richard Petty (1973-74), Cale Yarborough (1983-84) and Sterling Marlin (1994-95). His No. 11 Toyota officially cleared post-race inspection. NASCAR also announced it will take the No. 6 Ford of Newman and the No. 32 Ford of Corey LaJoie back to the NASCAR R&D Center for further evaluation.

Behind Hamlin and Blaney at the finish were Chris Buescher, Newman‘s teammate at Roush Fenway Racing; David Ragan, fourth in a one-off after retiring from full-time racing; and Kevin Harvick. Newman was credited with a ninth-place result behind Bowyer (sixth), Brendan Gaughan (seventh) and LaJoie.

Following inclement weather that delayed the race from Sunday to Monday, the race resumed on Lap 21. Chase Elliott won Stage 1, and Hamlin triumphed in Stage 2, before, in typical fashion, the intensity ramped up in the closing laps.

A chain-reaction crash that started when Joey Logano bumped Aric Almirola into Brad Keselowski on Lap 184 involved 19 of the 37 cars still in the race and eliminated Keselowski and seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson (likely making his last Daytona 500 start).

A nine-car wreck in Turn 1 on Lap 199 collected Logano and Almirola and forced overtime. The first set of extra laps had scarcely begun when a three-car incident in the tri-oval saw Michael McDowell and Clint Bowyer spinning through the infield. That wreck set up the second overtime and finish.