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Würth 400 Race Results

Dover Motor Speedway

April 28, 2024

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RESULTS

START POS

FINAL STATUS

LAPS COMPLETED

LAPS LED

POINTS

PLAYOFF POINTS

1

Denny Hamlin

11 |

6

Running

400

136

53

5

2

Kyle Larson

5 |

21

Running

400

39

51

1

3

Martin Truex Jr

19 |

15

Running

400

69

51

1

4

Kyle Busch

8 |

1

Running

400

34

42

0

5

Chase Elliott

9 |

29

Running

400

0

40

0

6

Noah Gragson

10 |

5

Running

400

0

31

0

7

Ryan Blaney

12 |

2

Running

400

47

40

0

8

Alex Bowman

48 |

9

Running

400

0

41

0

9

Daniel Hemric

31 |

14

Running

400

5

28

0

10

Ty Gibbs

54 |

19

Running

400

0

27

0

11

Tyler Reddick

45 |

4

Running

400

0

38

0

12

Ross Chastain

1 |

22

Running

400

0

25

0

13

AJ Allmendinger

16 |

10

Running

400

0

0

0

14

Josh Berry

4 |

12

Running

400

0

23

0

15

Austin Cindric

2 |

11

Running

400

0

22

0

16

Joey Logano

22 |

13

Running

400

0

21

0

17

Chris Buescher

17 |

18

Running

400

0

20

0

18

Daniel Suárez

99 |

31

Running

399

0

19

0

19

Chase Briscoe

14 |

7

Running

399

0

18

0

20

John H. Nemechek

42 |

34

Running

398

0

17

0

21

Corey LaJoie

7 |

25

Running

398

33

16

0

22

Carson Hocevar

77 |

20

Running

397

0

15

0

23

Justin Haley

51 |

36

Running

397

0

14

0

24

Zane Smith

71 |

37

Running

397

0

13

0

25

Corey Heim

43 |

32

Running

397

0

0

0

26

Harrison Burton

21 |

26

Running

397

0

11

0

27

Austin Dillon

3 |

23

Running

396

0

10

0

28

Jimmie Johnson

84 |

27

Running

395

0

9

0

29

Kaz Grala

15 |

35

Running

394

0

8

0

30

Brad Keselowski

6 |

24

Running

383

0

7

0

31

Todd Gilliland

38 |

30

Running

379

0

6

0

32

Bubba Wallace

23 |

16

Accident

329

1

6

0

33

William Byron

24 |

3

Accident

329

36

13

0

34

Christopher Bell

20 |

33

Accident

328

0

3

0

35

Ricky Stenhouse Jr

47 |

17

Accident

320

0

5

0

36

Michael McDowell

34 |

8

Hub

285

0

1

0

37

Ryan Preece

41 |

28

Fire

66

0

1

0

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  • POS 1 | LEADER

    Denny Hamlin

    POS1

    LEADER

    Denny Hamlin

    Driver badge number 11 |

  • POS 2 | 0.256

    Kyle Larson

    POS2

    0.256

    Kyle Larson

    Driver badge number 5 |

  • POS 3 | 4.209

    Martin Truex Jr.

    POS3

    4.209

    Martin Truex Jr.

    Driver badge number 19 |

Denny Hamlin holds off Larson, delivers at Dover for third victory of season

Denny Hamlin secured his third NASCAR Cup Series win of the season, holding off Kyle Larson’s late-race charge and driving to victory Sunday afternoon at Dover Motor Speedway.

Hamlin’s No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota led a race-best 136 of the 400 laps in Sunday’s Würth 400. His second victory at the 1-mile Delaware oval was the 54th of his Cup Series career, tying him with Hall of Famer Lee Petty for 12th on the series’ all-time win list.

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Larson drove home as the runner-up, with his No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports just 0.256 seconds behind at the checkered flag. Martin Truex Jr. placed third, with Kyle Busch fourth and Chase Elliott completing the top five. Truex and Larson divided the stage victories.

A crash on a restart with 72 laps remaining sidelined Christopher Bell, William Byron and Bubba Wallace when their running room ran out at the Turn 2 exit. The result marked Byron’s first failure to finish this season, but the second consecutive DNFs for both Bell and Wallace.

Craftsman Truck Series regular Corey Heim finished three laps down in 25th in his Cup Series debut, substituting for the injured Erik Jones in the No. 43 Legacy Motor Club Toyota.

The Cup Series’ next race is the AdventHealth 400, scheduled next Sunday, May 5 (3 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN Radio, SiriusXM) at Kansas Speedway.

This story will be updated.