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Results NASCAR 2019 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500: Brad Keselowski overcomes the disease for the first time of the season



According to Wayne Greckie: "You miss 100 percent of the pictures that you do not accept" or in other words, you can not succeed if you do not try. Brad Keselowski almost did not hold for Sunday's race at Atlanta Motor Speedway due to the stomach virus. He had a standby driver in standby mode. However, due to the strength of IV fluid and perseverance, Keselowski took his shot and hit the racing car.

He then won the 2019 Folds of Honor QuickTrip 500.

Keselowski, the two-time winner in Atlanta, knew that on the map, entering into it, tweets before the race that he felt very good about his car right after IV sessions

This strong car is a veteran championship racing valor – was useful when he held Martin Traekes junior in the final rounds of a tough race before taking a flagged flag. Now Keselovsky will have the opportunity to compete for the next championship, as the victory knock out his ticket to the NASCAR playoffs.

Kyle Larson kept Las Vegas's favorite Kevin Harvick in stage 1 claiming for her first green-white flagged season. Two of them again faced him in the 2nd stage, but this time Harvick has earned a playoff. Harwick finished the fourth race, and Larson, a general leader of 142, was unable to overcome the late race and finished the 12th.

2019 Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 results

  1. Brad Keselowski
  2. Martin Truex
  3. Kurt Bush
  4. Kevin Harvick
  5. Clint Boyer
  6. Kyle Bush
  7. Eric Jones
  8. Arik Almirola
  9. Chris Busher
  10. Daniel Suarez
  11. Kyle Larson
  12. Ryan Newman
  13. Paul Menard
  14. Alex Bowman
  15. David Regan
  16. William Byron
  17. Ricky Stanhaus Jr.
  18. Chase Elliott
  19. 19659010] Ryan Blanie
  20. Joy Logan
  21. Jimmy Johnson
  22. Tay Dillon
  23. Matt Dibenedeetto
  24. Bubba Wallace
  25. Matt Tiffte
  26. Cory Layoy
  27. Parker Cliegermann [19659010] 19659010] BJ McLeod
  28. Cody Ware
  29. Landon Cassill
  30. Ryan Preis
  31. Garret Smithley
  32. Michael McDowell

Stage 1: dominated by Larson and Almirola

Arik Almirola started the race from the pole and did not had no problem by running the field at an early stage, and the rest of the package maneuvered. Kyle Busch started racing from the rear in a backup car, but had no trouble moving around as leaders led the company.

Almirola led the 35 first 36 laps before NASCAR waved the planned competition to allow crews to make adjustments through the rain on the track at night. No. 10, however, was slow at the exit of the pit road, allowing Larson to restart from the lead. Larson had no problem to do what Almirola did in the first stage, having cleaned the air.

Despite the middle of the package, Kevin Harvick has set his charge into leadership in the last 15 rounds of the round.

Results of the 1st stage:

  1. Kyle Larson
  2. Kevin Harvick
  3. Arrick Almirola
  4. Kurt Bush
  5. Martin Truke Jr. 19659010] Ryan Blaney
  6. Joey Logano
  7. Denny Hamlin
  8. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  9. Clint Boyer

Stage 2: Larson and Harwick fought at the exit

while Almirola was punished for exceeding the speed and had to be reloaded from the rear. Joey Logano and Alex Bowman got confused by leaving their kiosks and losing a significant track position.

In the fourth place, a performance took place, despite the four calls that were restarted. Martin Trakez Jr. and Larson then began to fight for the second, with Larson ultimately claiming to position. Harvick brought 22 laps before he got lost and gave lead to Larson, who scored a second on his knees.

Yam Larson from lead to a scheduled stop 41 circle on stage, with Garvey and the next field shortly thereafter. No. 42 quickly returned to leadership, receiving about 1.5 seconds on Harvick, who returned to the second. Kyle Bush missed the entrance to the outbound road and lost his position while stopping the green flag. Brad Keselowski also lost time by breaking his team during a stop.

From the 17th, to go, the battle for leadership began the build-up between Harviko and Larson. No. 42 drove its famous high line, and No. 4 cling to the bottom. In this run, it was Harwick that came out first when Larson tires began to show some wear.

Results of the second stage

  1. Kevin Harwick
  2. Kyle Larson
  3. Martin Trakez Jr.
  4. Ryan Blanes
  5. Denny Hamlin
  6. Joey Logano
  7. Kurt Bush
  8. Eric Jones [19659010] Kyle Busch
  9. Clint Bowyer

Final Stage: Keselowski Going to the Summit

Harvick won the race between the stages and left the field to green to start the final stage. However, Larson controlled the reboot – another four-wide, breathtaking – and outstripped Kyle Bush and Truxes with Garvey in the fourth.

When Larson walked on the field, the Daytona 500 winner Danny Hemlin received the Green Cycles hole flags on the Circles 220. Fortunately for No. 11, and unfortunately for a teammate from Kyle Busch, No. 18, he was stripped of a wall, got a flat tire and cautioned shortly after stop Hamlin. This allowed Hamlin to take a wave and return to the front circle.

Larson beat Harvick from the pit tracks under the yellow color, but command No. 42 was punished for speeding. Larson had to reload from the back of the field, and Garwick and Ryan Blane led the field to green.

The races really rose when Larson was driven to the rear of the field. Blanes took advantage of this opportunity, taking advantage of Harvika, when Truex moved to the second. Number 12 continued to work hard, while Kyle Bush and Larson tried to discuss their way through a pack.

During this phase, a pair of recruits, Daniel Hemrik and Ryan Preset, along with Chris Buscher ran into the top 10 All three had a chance of 100 to 1 or worse entry into the race. Buescher was a cheap option on DraftKings and had a odds of 300 on 1 to win.

Blaney and the leaders took a pit stop from 55 to go. While on the road pit, Preece's strong cycle came to an end as he ran back to BJ Mcleod on leaving his stall. Price said on the radio that he was distracted by his tachometer, which cost him a potential top 10 finish.

Truex also had problems on the road because he (or was not) punished for too many members over the wall. NASCAR, however, did not move it to the back of the field, and it rebooted fourth behind Joey Logan, Kurt Bush and Brad Keselowski.

NASCAR explained this step after the race:

Logano took control of Keselovsky's superiority when the race entered the final 40 circles. Following the announcement of a free wheel from Logano, No. 2 took on leadership. Shortly after he stepped in first place, Logano brought his way to the 22nd position to take care of this free wheel and eliminated himself from controversy over the victory.

A few laps later with reports of the tire goes down. The newcomer ran out for his first winning victory only at his second start in the Cup of the car in No. 8.

As he came to the wire, Keselowski was admitted to Truex, but he was able to keep No. 19 going flagged flag and won the race by a small margin.

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