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Matthew Jackson

Parker Kligerman held off Zane Smith in a last lap duel to the finish to earn his first victory of the season and first since 2017.
For Kligerman, this marks his third win of his Truck Series career. 
"This is the small team that could,” Kligerman told FS1 post-race referring to his Henderson Motorsports team.

It’s hard to put into words,” Kligerman told FS1 post-race. “This whole team is like a team of second chances. Two years ago I thought my driving days were done. This team gave me a call and wanted to get back racing and it’s just been steady improvement since. It’s unbelievable when you put a talented group of people together what they can achieve.”
Kligerman's first Truck Series win came at Talladega in 2012 and again at Talladega in 2017.

Rounding out the top five were Zane Smith in second, Carson Hocevar in third, Stewart Friesen in fourth and Christian Eckes in fifth. 

Rounding out the top ten were Chandler Smith in sixth, Kaz Grala in seventh, Derek Kraus in eighth, Colby Howard in ninth and Hailie Deegan in tenth. 

After Saturday's race, Ty Majeski, Carson Hocevar and Christian Eckes each earned a spot in the playoffs. They join drivers Chandler Smith, Ben Rhodes, John Hunter Nemechek, Stewart Friesen and Zane Smith. 

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series heads to Pocono Raceway on July 23rd at 12 p.m. Eastern on FS1. 


Denny Hamlin won an action packed Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday night.

Hamlin won in a NASCAR double overtime after to late race cautions took most of the contenders out.

For Hamlin, this marks his first win in the Coca-Cola 600.

Rounding out the top five were Kyle Busch in second, Kevin Harvick in third, Chase Briscoe in fourth and Christopher Bell in fifth.

The first overtime caution began when Chase Briscoe, who was running in second to Kyle Larson lost controlling Turn 2 and spun out and caused the caution.

When the race went back to green, Austin Dillion would charge by from sixth place all the way to Kyle Larson in first. Dillion would catch Larson and both drivers would lose control of their cars. Dillion would crash with Larson, Chastain and Logano.

Out of the 37 cars that competed on Sunday night, 17 would fail to finish the race. 16 of the 17 cars out of the race were due to on-track incidents. Sunday nights race consisted of 18 cautions. The most since the 2005 Coca-Cola 600.

On lap 346, a violent crash occurred when Chris Buescher flipped multi times through the turf on the front stretch to bring out the 16th caution flag.

Daniel Suarez was running in fourth place when he got in front of Chase Briscoe on the Turn 4 exit. Contact between the two sent Suarez around. Todd Gilliand hit Suarez’s left rear. Buescher was hit from behind from Harrison Burton, causing the right front of Buescher’s car into Suarez’s car.

Buescher’s right front suspension would break as Buescher was sliding through the turf and his wheel would get caught underneath the car causing it to get airborne and flip multiple times.

Chris Buescher and Daniel Suarez would both exit their cars.

Rounding out the top ten were Tyler Reddick in sixth, Ricky Stenhouse Jr, in seventh, Michael McDowell in eighth, Kyle Larson in ninth and Alex Bowman in tenth.

Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 marked the longest race in NASCAR history at 619.5 miles. The previous record was 608 mines in the 2020 Coca-Cola 600.

The NASCAR Cup Series heads to World Wide Technology Raceway on Sunday, June 5th at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.

Stage 1 Winner: Chase Elliott

Stage 2 Winner: Daniel Suarez 

Stage 3 Winner: Ross Chastain

Race Winner: Denny Hamlin

Josh Berry won Saturday’s Alsco Uniforms 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Berry won by a 17 second margin over second place Ty Gibbs.

“This car was so good,” Josh Berry told FS1 post-race

Berry and Allgaier raced each other hard at the end and Allgaier would loose control of his car and slide up into the wall. Allgaier’s right rear tire would go down forcing him to come to pit road. Allgaier would go onto finish in seventh.

Rounding out the top five were Ty Gibbs in second, Sam Mayer in third, Noah Gragson in fourth and Ryan Preece in fifth.

Rounding out the top ten were Daniel Hemric in sixth, Justin Allgaier in seventh, Sheldon Creed in eighth, Trevor Bayne in ninth and Myatt Snider in tenth.

Caution Recap:

Caution 1: Lap 65, Brandon Jones spins out in Turn 1

Caution 2: Lap 21, Timmy Hill spins out in Turn 3

Caution 3: Lap 33, Brandon Brown spins out in Turn 4

Caution 4: Jeffery Earnhardt wrecks on the front stretch collecting Myatt Snider and Kyle Weatherman

DNF: 78, 99, 45, 48, 39, 23, 07, 47, 34, 26, 13

The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Portland International Raceway on Saturday, June 4 at 4:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.

Stage 1 Winner: Josh Berry 

Stage 2 Winner: Justin Allgaier

Race Winner: Josh Berry

Ross Chastain won Friday night’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Chastain took the race lead on the last lap of the second overtime attempt and would go on to win.

Rounding out the top five were Grant Enfinger in second, John Hunter Nemecheck in third, Christian Eckes in fourth and Zane Smith in fifth.

Carson However was leading the race up until a caution would send the race into overtime. After the restart, Hocevar lost control of his truck and spun out while battling Ryan Preece for the win. Preece would hit the wall and would go onto finish 11th.

Preece was noticeably unhappy with However post-race.

“All of you kids watching right now wanting to get to this level, don’t do that. Race with respect,” Preece told FS1 post-race.

Hocevar would finish 16th.

Rounding out the top ten were Tanner Gray in sixth, Kyle Busch in seventh, Chandler Smith in eighth, Stewart Friesen in ninth and Ben Rhodes in tenth.

The NASCAR Truck Series heads to World Wide Technology Raceway on June 4th at 1:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.

Stage 1 Winner: Zane Smith

Stage 2 Winner: Ben Rhodes

Race Winner: Ross Chastain 

Ryan Blaney won Sunday nights NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race, giving him the $1 million prize for the first time in his career. 

It took two attempts before Blaney would win the race. As Blaney was approaching the finish line, NASCAR threw out the caution for Ricky Stenhouse Jr. who made contact with the outside wall in Turn 2. 
Overtime rules for this years All-Star Race stated that the race must end under green flag conditions. Since Blaney was not yet across the finish line, the race would be sent into overtime. 
Blaney had thought the race was over and doing so he unhinged his window net believing that he had won the race. It would take Blaney the entire caution flag to get his window net secure enough to not be sent down pit road by NASCAR. 
In the overtime finish, Blaney would hold off Denny Hamlin and Austin Cindric to win the million dollar prize. Blaney would lead the final 84 laps of the race.
Rounding out the top five were Denny Hamlin in second, Austin Cindric in third, Joey Logano in fourth and Daniel Suarez in fifth. 
Denny Hamlin who finished second, was noticeably upset with NASCAR’s decision to not have Blaney come down pit road to fix his window net. 
“He (expletive) was holding the latch up.” 
Hamlin would also take to Twitter to show his displeasure about NASCAR’s call to throw the the caution and not to take action on Blaney’s window net.
The originally scheduled 125 lap race was 140 laps due to on-track incidents. The most serious on-track incidents when race leader Kyle Busch got a flat right rear tire at the Turn 4 exit. Busch attempted to get out of the way of other drivers but wounded up in the path of Ross Chastain. Chastain would launch over the left rear of Kyle Busch’s car. The wreck would also collect Chase Elliott as well. 
The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday, May 29th. at 6:00 p.m. Eastern on FOX. 
Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Busch
Stage 2 Winner: Austin Cindric
Stage 3 Winner: Ryan Blaney
Race Winner: Ryan Blaney

Joey Logano used the back bumper of William Byron to snap his 40-race winless streak at Darlington on Sunday.

In the final two laps, Logano caught up to then leader William Byron in Turn 3 and gave Byron a shot in the bumper. As a result, that would send Byron into the outside wall and allow Logano to pass by for the lead and go onto win.

Logano said post race that it was retaliation from earlier in the race when Byron got into him.

“You’re not gonna put me in the wall and not get anything back. That’s not how that works,” Logano told FS1 post-race.

Meanwhile Byron would go onto finish 13th after significant damage was made to his car after the contact with Logano.

Byron was noticeably upset with Logano during his post-race interview with Fox Sports.

“He’s just an idiot. He does this stuff all the time. I’ve seen it with other guys. He drove in there 10 mile an hour too fast and with these Next Gen cars he slammed me so hard it knocked the whole right side off the car and no way to make the corner. He’s just a moron,” Byron told FS1 post-race.

Rounding out the top five were Tyler Reddick in second, Justin Haley in third, Kevin Harvick in fourth and Chase Elliott in fifth.

Justin Haley who finished third, scored his first top-five series finish since winning at Daytona in July of 2019.

Kevin Harvick who finished fourth, scored his 13th straight top-10 place finish at Darlington Raceway, breaking the tie he had with Bill Elliott for the most consecutive top tens at the track.

Notable and reigning Cup Series champion Kyle Larson finished 36th after an engine failure on Sunday. This marks his fifth finish of 29th or worse this year in 12 races. In all of 2021 he had just four finishes of 29th or worse.

Rounding out the top ten were Christopher Bell in sixth, Michael McDowell in seventh, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in eighth, Austin Dillion in ninth and Daniel Suarez in tenth.

The NASCAR Cup Series will head to Kansas Speedway on May 15th at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.

Stage 1 Winner: Joey Logano
Stage 2 Winner: Ross Chastain
Race Winner: Joey Logano

Chase Elliott won Monday’s NASCAR Cup race at Dover Motor Speedway.

Elliott took the lead from Ross Chastain after a restart with 53 laps to go and went on to pick up his first Cup win of the season.

“Let’s enjoy it,” Elliott said to his team over the radio after the race.

With his win on Monday, Elliott snaps a 26-race winless streak. He is also the ninth different winner in the first 11 races of the season.

Driver No. 9 was on the inside lane when the race went back to green. Elliott passed by Chastain when the green flag waved and would hold onto command of the lead for the remainder of the race picking up his 14th NASCAR Cup Series win.

Rounding out the top five were Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in second, Ross Chastain in third, Christopher Bell in fourth and Alex Bowman in fifth.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who finished second, snapped a seven race streak of finishing 25th or worse.

Martin Truex Jr, who was racing Chastain for third on the final lap made contact with Chastain and spun out on the final lap.

Kyle Busch led a race-high of 103 laps but bad luck would come his way when he pitted under green flag and a caution would come out after AJ Allmendinger’s car lost a wheel. That would put Busch restarting 16th on the restart. He would go on to finish 7th.

Rounding out the top ten were Kyle Larson in sixth, Kyle Busch in seventh, Chris Buescher in eighth, Kevin Harvick in ninth and Erik Jones in tenth.

The NASCAR Cup Series will head to Darlington Raceway on May 8th at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.

Stage 1 Winner: Denny Hamlin
Stage 2 Winner: Ryan Blaney
Race Winner: Chase Elliott

Kyle Busch won Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race on the Bristol Motor Speedway dirt. 

Busch was running third on the final lap of the race but after first place Tyler Reddick and second place Chase Briscoe wrecked each other on the final turn, Kyle Busch would drive by and sneak through for the victory.
“We got one. It doesn’t matter how you get them. It’s all about getting them,” Busch told FS1 post-race as he was getting booed by fans. “Man, I feel like Dale Earnhardt Sr. right now. This is awesome. I didn’t even do anything.”
“I don’t know why our car would not refire after the rain both times,” Busch said post-race. “I was leading on the first big rain delay coming back and I fell to eighth and I was able to drive back through on the long run and get back into position. Then on that one again same thing and I fell off and couldn’t hang. It got me about 20 laps to get going, but overall just great to get back in victory lane.”
Reddick who was leading on the final lap before the wreck led a race-high 99 of the final 100 laps. Briscoe didn’t catch Reddick until the final lap and sent him and Reddick both hard into Turn 3. Briscoe lost control on Turn 3 and slid right into Reddick’s left rear quarter panel. Both cars spun out, but Reddick did a quick 360 and got back going. Busch drove past both drivers and would beat Reddick by 0.33 seconds.
Sunday’s win for Busch marks his 60th career NASCAR Cup Series victory and puts him ninth on the all-time wins list. His last win came back in June of 2021 at Pocono Raceway. 
Rounding out the top five were Tyler Reddick in second, Joey Logano in third, Kyle Larson in fourth and Ryan Blaney in fifth.
The race was halted throughout the night when rain showers would pop up the track would get muddy and NASCAR would have to send packers out onto the track to get the track in race shape again.
Rounding out the top ten were Alex Bowman in sixth, Christopher Bell in seventh, Chase Elliott in eighth, Michael McDowell in ninth and Ty Dillion in tenth. 
The NASCAR Cup Series will head to Talladega Superspeedway on April 24th at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on FOX. It was announced that Dale Earnhardt Jr. would be the guest analyst for the race.
Stage 1 Winner: Kyle Larson
Stage 2 Winner: Chase Briscoe
Race Winner: Kyle Busch

AJ Allmendinger won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Circuit of the America’s.

Allmendinger won his first Xfinity Series race of the season, leading 27 of the 46 laps which was a race-high.
Saturday’s win marks Allmendinger’s seventh career Xfinity road course win.
 “I was hard on myself yesterday. I was not happy with where I put ourselves, the setup that I made for us,” Allmendinger told Fox Sports post-race. “All these men and women here at Kaulig Racing, between the Cup side of it and the Xfinity side of it, they don’t sleep during the week. They’re busting their tails.

“That’s why I’m so frickin hard on myself sometimes because they deserve to win more than anybody here and I just want to do it for them, so thankfully, we got one done today.”

Rounding out the top five were Austin Hill in second, Cole Custer in third, Noah Gragson in fourth and Sam Mayer in fifth. 

Allmendinger, Hill, Gragson and Mayer are the eligible drivers for next Saturday’s Dash 4 Cash opener at Richmond Raceway with their top five finishes.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will head into Richmond Raceway next Saturday, April 2nd at 1:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.

Stage 1 Winner: AJ Allmendinger 

Stage 2 Winner: Sam Mayer

Race Winner: AJ Allmendinger 

Cole Custer won Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Auto Club Speedway. 

Custer led a race-high 80 laps and had to survive three overtime attempts before getting the checkered flag. Saturday’s win marks Custer’s 10th win in both the Cup Series and Xfinity Series.
Saturday’s win also marks the first career Xfinity Series win for SS Greenlight Racing. The team has a technical alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing.
“Man that was just an awesome car,” Custer told FS1 post-race. “That thing was a rocket ship all day. I can’t thank Bobby Dotter enough and everybody who was involved on this car. It was unreal how fast we were.”
Driver No. 07 took the lead on a restart with six laps to go but a caution with four laps to go would send the race into overtime. 
Saturday’s race included a record high number of cautions for the Xfinity Series with 12 total cautions. 
Rounding out the top five were Noah Gragson in second, Trevor Bayne in third, Josh Berry in fourth and Anthony Alfredo in fifth. 
Trevor Bayne’s third place finish marks his first race back in the Xfinity Series in several years. The 2011 Daytona 500 winner has six more scheduled starts in the Xfinity Series with Joe Gibbs Racing.
Rounding out the top ten were Sam Mayer in sixth, AJ Allmendinger in seventh, Justin Allgaier in eighth, Riley Herbst in ninth and Ryan Sieg in tenth.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series will head to Las Vegas Motor Speedway next Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Eastern on FS1.
Stage 1 Winner: Trevor Bayne 
Stage 2 Winner: Cole Custer
Race Winner: Cole Custer

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