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USA TODAY 301 Race Results

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

June 23rd, 2024

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RESULTS

START POS

FINAL STATUS

LAPS COMPLETED

LAPS LED

POINTS

PLAYOFF POINTS

1

Christopher Bell

20 |

4

Running

305

149

57

6

2

Chase Briscoe

14 |

23

Running

305

0

35

0

3

Josh Berry

4 |

10

Running

305

0

43

0

4

Kyle Larson

5 |

19

Running

305

0

37

0

5

Chris Buescher

17 |

15

Running

305

0

32

0

6

Tyler Reddick

45 |

12

Running

305

53

33

0

7

Ricky Stenhouse Jr

47 |

13

Running

305

0

30

0

8

John H. Nemechek

42 |

28

Running

305

0

29

0

9

Martin Truex Jr

19 |

7

Running

305

0

42

0

10

Ross Chastain

1 |

8

Running

305

0

31

0

11

Ryan Preece

41 |

31

Running

305

0

26

0

12

Todd Gilliland

38 |

16

Running

305

19

30

0

13

Erik Jones

43 |

32

Running

305

0

24

0

14

Harrison Burton

21 |

27

Running

305

0

23

0

15

Michael McDowell

34 |

25

Running

305

0

22

0

16

Ty Gibbs

54 |

18

Running

305

0

21

0

17

Carson Hocevar

77 |

20

Running

305

0

20

0

18

Chase Elliott

9 |

1

Running

305

41

29

0

19

Austin Cindric

2 |

29

Running

305

0

18

0

20

Ty Dillon

16 |

36

Running

305

0

0

0

21

Daniel Suárez

99 |

11

Running

305

0

16

0

22

Kaz Grala

15 |

35

Running

305

0

15

0

23

Corey LaJoie

7 |

26

Running

305

0

14

0

24

Denny Hamlin

11 |

14

Running

305

43

27

1

25

Ryan Blaney

12 |

2

Running

305

0

25

0

26

William Byron

24 |

3

Running

305

0

11

0

27

Noah Gragson

10 |

21

Running

305

0

10

0

28

Brad Keselowski

6 |

9

Running

305

0

9

0

29

Justin Haley

51 |

24

Running

305

0

8

0

30

Zane Smith

71 |

34

Running

304

0

7

0

31

Daniel Hemric

31 |

33

Running

303

0

6

0

32

Joey Logano

22 |

6

Running

302

0

22

0

33

Austin Dillon

3 |

22

Accident

268

0

4

0

34

Bubba Wallace

23 |

17

Accident

265

0

3

0

35

Kyle Busch

8 |

30

Accident

222

0

2

0

36

Alex Bowman

48 |

5

Engine

142

0

2

0

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  • POS 1 | LEADER

    Christopher Bell

    POS1

    LEADER

    Christopher Bell

    Driver badge number 20 |

  • POS 2 | 1.104

    Chase Briscoe

    POS2

    1.104

    Chase Briscoe

    Driver badge number 14 |

  • POS 3 | 1.109

    Josh Berry

    POS3

    1.109

    Josh Berry

    Driver badge number 4 |

Bell weathers conditions, rolls to victory in weekend sweep at New Hampshire

Christopher Bell drove to his third win of the NASCAR Cup Series season, emerging in overtime when Sunday’s event turned into a wet-weather showdown at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Bell led a race-best 148 of the 305 laps in the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota and was 1.104 seconds ahead at the checkered flag. His second win at the 1.058-mile track also marked the ninth of his Cup Series career and capped a weekend sweep after his Xfinity Series win on Saturday. 

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Chase Briscoe headed home as the runner-up in the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford. Briscoe’s teammate Josh Berry took third place, with Kyle Larson fourth and Chris Buescher completing the top five.

The race was halted by heavy afternoon rain and lightning at the 219-lap mark, prompting a red flag that lasted two hours and 14 minutes. When the race resumed in the evening hours with Tyler Reddick scored as the leader, it was with the aid of wet-weather Goodyear tires under damp conditions.

A handful of playoff hopefuls found trouble in the course of the event, with Alex Bowman becoming the first retiree with engine woes on his No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet. He ended up last in the 36-car field.

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Martin Truex Jr. spun and crashed on Lap 210, shortly after a lengthy pit stop at the Stage 2 break left his No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota mired back in the pack. Chase Elliott and Joey Logano crashed together on a Lap 194 restart, and Kyle Busch’s postseason hopes took another damaging hit after three incidents — a Turn 2 tangle with Noah Gragson in the second stage, a Lap 216 stack-up that sent his No. 8 Richard Childress Racing Chevy spinning again, and finally a single-car crash into the Turn 4 wall under caution on a damp track before the race went back green.

The Cup Series’ next race is the Ally 400, scheduled next Sunday (3:30 p.m. ET, NBC, PRN Radio, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, NBC Sports App) at Nashville Superspeedway.

This story will be updated.