NASCAR at Pocono: Stay updates for Cup race

Kyle Larson, left, William Byron, and Chase Elliott run three-wide during Stage 3 of a NASCAR Cup Series auto race Sunday, June 20, 2021, in Lebanon, Tenn. (AP Photo/John Amis)

Kyle Larson, left, William Byron, and Chase Elliott run three-wide during Stage 3 of a NASCAR Cup Series auto race Sunday, June 20, 2021, in Lebanon, Tenn. (AP Photo/John Amis)

Kyle Larson, left, William Byron, and Chase Elliott run three-wide throughout Stage 3 of a NASCAR Cup Collection auto race Sunday, June 20, 2021, in Lebanon, Tenn. (AP Picture/John Amis)

AP

The NASCAR Cup Collection race at Pocono Raceway is at this time. The Pocono Organics CBD 325 race is at 3 p.m. on NBCSN.

The race is 325 miles (130 laps) with phases ending on Laps 25, 77 and 130. All occasions are Jap.

We’ll have the newest updates right here. Comply with NASCAR reporter Alex Andrejev on Twitter at @AndrejevAlex.

NASCAR Truck Collection race outcomes

Order Driver Truck No.

Time behind chief (sec.)

1 John Hunter Nemechek 4
2 Kyle Busch 51 1.337
3 Sheldon Creed 2 2.241
4 Tyler Ankrum 26 4.438
5 Austin Hill 16 4.651
6 Matt Crafton 88 5.538
7 Todd Gilliland 38 5.657
8 Zane Smith 21 6.109
9 Ryan Preece 17 6.769
10 Derek Kraus 19 10.216
11 Josh Berry 25 10.716
12 Christian Eckes 98 11.775
13 Carson Hocevar 42 13.115
14 Ty Majeski 66 13.69
15 Chase Purdy 23 14.096
16 Tanner Grey 15 14.787
17 Ben Rhodes 99 15.341
18 Ryan Truex 40 16.05
19 Austin Wayne Self 22 16.085
20 Lawless Alan 34 18.077
21 Tate Fogleman 12 18.87
22 Howie Disavino III 3 19.285
23 Ray Ciccarelli 49 24.405
24 Tyler Hill 56 34.539
25 Chandler Smith 18 -1 laps
26 Hailie Deegan 1 -1
27 Spencer Boyd 20 -1
28 Josh Reaume 33 -1
29 Todd Peck 41 -1
30 Kris Wright 2 -1
31 Jennifer Jo Cobb 10 -2
32 Norm Benning 6 -2
33 Stewart Friesen 52 -2
34 Bryan Dauzat 28 -3
35 Johnny Sauter 13 -5
36 Grant Enfinger 9 -8
37 Bayley Currey 45 -22
38 Danny Bohn 30 -43
39 Jack Wooden 24 -60

Nemechek beats the bossman in Vehicles

1:30 p.m.: John Hunter Nemechek takes the lead from Kyle Busch after a late-race restart to sail to his fifth win within the Truck Collection season. Busch ends his five-race stint within the collection with two wins and three second place finishes, all of which have come behind driver Nemechek, who’s racing for Busch’s No. 4 Kyle Busch Motorsports crew.

“That man might be the most effective to have ever performed this,” No. 4 crew chief Eric Phillips mentioned on FS1 of Busch. “And to beat him 3 times this yr I’ve sat on that pit field — it’s an enormous deal to all of us.”

Busch appeared upset with the second place end for his No. 51 crew, saying, “That’s our yr. That’s what it’s,” on FS1 after the race.

“I suppose I’ll be again in ‘22 someday,” he mentioned. “I don’t know when, however congrats to John Hunter. That’s good for the corporate. 1-2 once more. Vehicles are undoubtedly rolling actually good proper now. Tundras are quick, so (I’ll) get some extra Rowdy Power and prepare for later.”

Busch will begin fifth for at this time’s Cup race at Pocono. Sheldon Creed completed in third place within the Vehicles race.

Custer beginning on the rear for Cup race

1:15 p.m.: NASCAR broadcasts that Cole Custer will drop to the rear for the beginning of at this time’s Cup Collection race on account of his No. 41 automobile twice failing pre-race inspection. He was beforehand slated to start out twenty sixth.

NASCAR AT POCONO CUP STARTING LINEUP

Order Driver Automotive No.
1 Kyle Larson 5
2 William Byron 24
3 Kevin Harvick 4
4 Joey Logano 22
5 Kyle Busch 18
6 Ross Chastain 42
7 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 47
8 Kurt Busch 1
9 Christopher Bell 20
10 Denny Hamlin 11
11 Aric Almirola 10
12 Austin Dillon 3
13 Alex Bowman 48
14 Daniel Suárez 99
15 Martin Truex Jr. 19
16 Tyler Reddick 8
17 Michael McDowell 34
18 Brad Keselowski 2
19 Ryan Newman 6
20 Bubba Wallace 23
21 Matt DiBenedetto 21
22 Erik Jones 43
23 Corey LaJoie 7
24 Anthony Alfredo 38
25 Chris Buescher 17
26 Cole Custer 41
27 Ryan Blaney 12
28 Chase Briscoe 14
29 Chase Elliott 9
30 Garrett Smithley 53
31 Ryan Preece 37
32 BJ McLeod 78
33 Josh Bilicki 52
34 Justin Haley 77
35 Cody Ware 51
36 James Davison 15
37 Quin Houff 0
38 Timmy Hill 66

NASCAR and Charlotte FC beat reporter Alex Andrejev joined The Observer in January 2020 following an internship at The Washington Publish. She performed Division I volleyball at Columbia College earlier than incomes her grasp’s diploma on the College of Southern California.
Support my work with a digital subscription

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *