Who won the NASCAR race yesterday? Full results for Sunday’s Supermarket Heroes 500 at Bristol

An additional NASCAR Cup Collection race, an additional late direct change and an additional exciting complete.

Sunday’s drama reached a crescendo with a few laps to go at Bristol Motor Speedway in the Supermarket Heroes 500. As in past weekend’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Chase Elliott and Brad Keselowski have been two of the principals.

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Elliott, who won the race’s first two phases Sunday, was battling Joey Logano for the direct with a few laps to go but then got free as he experimented with to go, sliding into Logano and sending both vehicles into the outer wall. Keselowski, stalking proper driving, drove off for his 2nd acquire in as a lot of weekends as NASCAR kept the race under eco-friendly.

“We form of bought a Christmas existing below in Bristol,” Keselowski told reporters immediately after the race. “We will choose it.”

Logano desired an explanation from Elliott afterward, and the two experienced a conversation on pit highway. Logano afterwards told FS1 he was upset Elliott didn’t instantly apologize for wrecking him.

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Who won the Supermarket Heroes 500?

Brad Keslowski earned his 2nd victory of the NASCAR Cup Collection period, equally coming immediately after the collection returned from its COVID-19 hiatus. He drove away immediately after the leaders, Chase Elliott and Joey Logano, wrecked with a few laps remaining. He defeated Clint Bowyer by .471 seconds.

“It was just these a change of activities it felt like I was participating in poker in Vegas,” Keselowski told reporters.

Keselowski started the race on the pole and led four instances for a hundred and fifteen of the 500 laps.

NASCAR at Bristol benefits

Under are the entire benefits from Sunday afternoon’s Supermarket Heroes 500:

End (Start out) Driver Vehicle Laps
one (one) Brad Keselowski Ford 500
2 (23) Clint Bowyer Ford 500
three (24) Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 500
4 (seven) Kyle Busch Toyota 500
five. (fifteen) Erik Jones Toyota 500
6 (20) Austin Dillon Chevrolet 500
seven (twelve) Kurt Busch Chevrolet 500
eight (thirteen) William Byron Chevrolet 500
9 (35) Christopher Bell # Toyota 500
ten (36) Bubba Wallace Chevrolet 500
11 (eight) Kevin Harvick Ford 500
twelve (33) Ryan Preece Chevrolet 500
thirteen (eighteen) John Hunter Nemechek # Ford 500
14 (25) Michael McDowell Ford 500
fifteen (seventeen) Ryan Newman Ford 500
sixteen (14) Matt Kenseth Chevrolet 500
seventeen (ten) Denny Hamlin Toyota 500
eighteen (37) Daniel Suarez Toyota 500
19 (38) Timmy Hill(i) Toyota 500
20 (five) Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 500
21 (three) Joey Logano Ford 500
22 (6) Chase Elliott Chevrolet 500
23 (19) Chris Buescher Ford 496
24 (34) Brennan Poole # Chevrolet 494
25 (40) JJ Yeley(i) Chevrolet 492
26 (31) Garrett Smithley(i) Chevrolet 489
27 (28) Quin Houff # Chevrolet 483
28 (39) BJ McLeod(i) Ford 477
29 (2) Aric Almirola Ford 470
thirty (thirty) Gray Gaulding Ford 456
31 (9) Matt DiBenedetto Ford 456
32 (32) Corey LaJoie Ford 375
33 (27) Joey Gase(i) Chevrolet 302
34 (sixteen) Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Chevrolet 228
35 (22) Cole Custer # Ford 228
36 (21) Tyler Reddick # Chevrolet 228
37 (11) Alex Bowman Chevrolet 228
38 (26) Bayley Currey(i) Chevrolet 203
39 (29) Ty Dillon Chevrolet 201
40 (4) Ryan Blaney Ford 199

# Rookie. (i) Ineligible for collection factors.

Ordinary pace of race winner: 80.338 mph.

Time of race: three Hrs, 19 Minutes, 2 Secs. Margin of victory:  .471 Seconds.

Warning flags: seventeen for 102 laps.

Guide improvements: 21 between seven motorists.

Lap leaders: Brad Keselowski one-sixty two Chase Elliott 63 Matt DiBenedetto sixty four-sixty seven Brad Keselowski 68-eighty three Ryan Blaney eighty four-104 Elliott a hundred and five-130 Blaney 131-169 Keselowski one hundred seventy-203  Elliott 204-223 Joey Logano 224 Elliott 225-255 Denny Hamlin 256-277 Kyle Busch 278-329 Elliott 330 Busch 331-360 Hamlin 361-416 Busch 417-434 Elliott 435 Hamlin 436-488 Elliott 489-496 Logano 497 Keselowski 498-500.

Leaders summary (Driver, instances led, laps led):  Denny Hamlin three instances for 131 laps Brad Keselowski 4 instances for a hundred and fifteen laps Kyle Busch three instances for 100 laps Chase Elliott seven instances for 88 laps Ryan Blaney 2 instances for 60 laps Matt DiBenedetto one time for 4 laps Joey Logano 2 instances for 2 laps.

Phase one Top 10: 9,twelve,2,ten,22,4,21,11,forty seven,48

Phase 2 Top 10: 9,11,4,22,eighteen,14,24,20,2,seventeen

Material from the NASCAR Wire Service was made use of in this report.