Thursday , May 19 2022

Kyle Busch passes Ryan Blaney late to win Phoenix


Polesier Ryan Blaney carried out Kyle Busch's love as long as he could, but could not hold it in line with Busch's No. 18 to pass number 12 for leading a Lap 296 with 17 laps to become an ISM Raceway day Sul. Busch stepped forward in the fall in the desert, celebrating his NASCAR 199C victory, one-off typing Richard Petty.

Busch, who fights for the field for 177 laps, also won the Saturday Xfinity Series race race, stating a huge weekend for Driver Joe Gibbs No. 18 driver.

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Martin Truex Jr. Blaney's team, Ford Penske in the final circuits to complete a second in his Toyota Racing Joe Gibbs No. 19. Blaney dropped a third place after leading 94 laps, while Aric Almirola became fourth in No. 10 Stewart-Haas Racing. Dinner Hamlin, winner of Daytona 500, top five rounds in his Toyota Racing Joe Gibbs No. 11.

Kevin Harvick, a winner and race of the Phoenix race now, has little contact with Jimmie Johnson resuming Lap 232, encouraging her to lose land as he goes to the road pond for four teas. He ended on 21st and was only up to a ninth by the end of the race.

Elliott was punished on the policemen outside to break restart on the opening cycle and had to submit a pass penalty. It has been battled through the field but removed in Lap 218 after radioing into the number 9 crew for vibration while running in the top 10. Finishing 14th.

A series of events designated in Stage 1 in the desert: Erik Jones, who was running 12th, smoked the wall after a back-up tires down on his Toyota No. 20. Shortly after that, Brad started Keselowski strives with Ford No. 2, fading fast. He broke the wall after cutting something on his right. Daniel Suarez had to push for his No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing Road on the pond road, but was able to continue with race.

Blaney Phase 1 won, while Kyle Busch Gam 2, who came to an end, took care after Alex Bowman had tire down three feet before the end of the stage.

The Monster Energy Series is back on track next Sunday at Auto Club Speedway (3:30 p.m. ET, FOX / MRN), West Coast Swing final.

This story will be updated.

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