May perhaps 25, 2020
12:45 am ET
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Brad Keselowski is the 2020 Coca-Cola 600 winner, after snatching victory following a caution with two laps remaining in the race despatched the proceedings into additional time. Chase Elliott led a great deal of the way down the stretch but elected to head to pit highway right before the restart. Elliott wound up ending 3rd behind Jimmie Johnson, who was 3-tenths of a next at the rear of Keselowski. Johnson’s Cup Collection winless drought is now at 102 races.
Keselowski advised Fox Athletics that he and the No. two group experienced to grind out this get after making unapproved adjustments to the automobile following qualifying and getting to start out the race at the back again of the field.
“I experience like I’ve thrown this race away a handful of instances, and I believed we were being likely to drop it these days,” Keselowski advised Fox Sports activities just after his thirty first career Cup Collection get.
“I know we have shed it the way that Chase dropped it and that truly stinks, and currently we ultimately gained it that way.”
For Elliott, it truly is a second consecutive tricky ending to a Cup Collection race. In the second race at Darlington past week, Kyle Busch wrecked Elliott when he was jogging next with 28 laps to go. Elliott had an indignant response to Busch on the observe, but the two later place the incident to bed. This 7 days however, it was one thing that the No. nine workforce was in command of at the close of the race.
“Just hoping to make the greatest decisions you can,” Elliott explained to Fox Athletics. “That’s just aspect of it and you make decisions and live with them.”
Following Keselowski, Elliott and Johnson were Ryan Blaney in fourth and Kyle Busch in fifth.
Alex Bowman had a extremely sturdy race early on, winning Phases one and 2 in advance of Joey Logano won Stage 3.
The Cup Collection is back underneath the lights at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Alsco Uniforms five hundred on May 27. That race will be operate over five hundred kilometers.
Relive all of the motion from the 2020 NASCAR Cup Sequence Coca-Cola 600 under.
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