Who won yesterday’s NASCAR race? Full results for Sunday’s Indianapolis race

NASCAR raced against the clock Sunday following lightning delayed the commence of the Significant Machine Hand Sanitizer four hundred Run by Significant Machine Data — far better identified as the Brickyard 400 — at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The race went the scheduled distance in addition an overtime period of time prior to darkness hit the track.

The additional lap was desired following the race leader blew a tire and crashed with seven to go. 

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Tire dress in as soon as extra was a major difficulty at Indy: A number of proper fronts fell apart, foremost to crashes for Ryan Newman, William Byron, Erik Jones, Alex Bowman and, most importantly, Denny Hamlin, who was hoping to protected his to start with Brickyard triumph when he wrecked from the lead following a blowout.

Greg Stucker, Goodyear’s director of racing, issued a statement following the race:

Beneath are the full results from Sunday’s race at Indianapolis:

Who won the NASCAR race at Indianapolis?

Hamlin’s wreck gave Kevin Harvick an opening to rating his fourth victory of the 2020 NASCAR Cup Sequence time, his third consecutive prime-two complete following a get and a second (with Hamlin on the reverse close of both equally) previous weekend at Pocono Raceway, his second consecutive get at Indy and his third Brickyard triumph in general.

Harvick stated his group experienced an concept that Hamlin’s tires were wearing down.

“We realized he [Hamlin] was heading to be seriously near on tires and [crew main] Rodney [Childers} instructed me on the radio, he stated, ‘Just make guaranteed you keep the strain on him,'” Harvick stated. “That was all the strain I could give.”

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NASCAR at Indianapolis results

Harvick, the series’ details leader, led a race-significant sixty eight of the 161 laps on the two.5-mile IMS oval. He also won Stage two and banked a further playoff position.

Matt Kenseth finished second, his ideal result considering the fact that coming out of retirement this calendar year. Harvick teammate Aric Almirola, Brad Keselowski and rookie Cole Custer completed the prime five.

Beneath are the full results from Sunday’s Significant Machine Hand Sanitizer four hundred Run by Significant Machine Data — far better identified as the Brickyard four hundred — at Indianapolis Motor Speedway:

Complete (Start out) Driver Car or truck Laps
one (eleven) Kevin Harvick Ford 161
two (21) Matt Kenseth Chevrolet 161
three (5) Aric Almirola Ford 161
four (9) Brad Keselowski Ford 161
5 (30) Cole Custer # Ford 161
six (7) Kyle Busch Toyota 161
7 (27) Michael McDowell Ford 161
8 (13) Tyler Reddick # Chevrolet 161
9 (seventeen) Bubba Wallace Chevrolet 161
10 (one) Joey Logano Ford 161
eleven (10) Chase Elliott Chevrolet 161
twelve (35) Christopher Bell # Toyota 161
13 (two) Kurt Busch Chevrolet 161
14 (29) Ty Dillon Chevrolet 161
fifteen (19) John Hunter Nemechek # Ford 161
16 (22) Clint Bowyer Ford 161
seventeen (32) Ross Chastain(i) Chevrolet 161
18 (16) Austin Dillon Chevrolet 161
19 (fifteen) Matt DiBenedetto Ford 161
20 (37) Daniel Suarez Toyota a hundred and sixty
21 (34) JJ Yeley(i) Ford a hundred and sixty
22 (40) BJ McLeod(i) Chevrolet a hundred and sixty
23 (33) Quin Houff # Chevrolet 159
24 (28) Garrett Smithley(i) Chevrolet 159
twenty five (39) Josh Bilicki(i) Chevrolet 158
26 (twenty five) Joey Gase(i) Ford 157
27 (18) William Byron Chevrolet 156
28 (six) Denny Hamlin Toyota 153
29 (38) Timmy Hill(i) Toyota 153
30 (three) Alex Bowman Chevrolet 132
31 (20) Chris Buescher Ford 99
32 (twelve) Ryan Blaney Ford ninety six
33 (23) Erik Jones Toyota seventy three
34 (14) Ryan Newman Ford sixty
35 (26) Brennan Poole # Chevrolet 24
36 (24) Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Chevrolet 20
37 (four) Justin Allgaier(i) Chevrolet seventeen
38 (8) Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 16
39 (31) Corey LaJoie Ford fifteen
40 (36) Ryan Preece Chevrolet 14

# Rookie. (i) Ineligible for sequence details.

Regular velocity of race winner: 123.162 mph.

Time of race: three hrs, 16 minutes, 5 seconds. Margin of victory: .743 seconds.

Caution flags: 9 for 43 laps.

Direct modifications: eleven between 9 drivers.

Lap leaders: J. Logano one-14 R. Chastain(i) fifteen G. Smithley(i) 16 K. Harvick seventeen-forty one W. Byron forty two-fifty one C. Elliott 52-seventy seven W. Byron 78-82 A. Dillon eighty three-87 K. Harvick 88-122 M. Kenseth 123-134 D. Hamlin 135-153 K. Harvick 154-161.

Leaders summary (Driver, times led, laps led): Kevin Harvick three times for sixty eight laps Chase Elliott one time for 26 laps Denny Hamlin one time for 19 laps William Byron two times for fifteen laps Joey Logano one time for 14 laps Matt Kenseth one time for twelve laps Austin Dillon one time for 5 laps Garrett Smithley(i) one time for one lap Ross Chastain(i) one time for one lap.

Stage one Best 10: 24,20,three,9,four,eleven,21,18,two,14

Stage two Best 10: four,9,eleven,21,three,forty two,18,one,ninety five,14