NASCAR results from Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the Brickyard 400
Today, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series rolls to the 2.5-mile Indiana race track. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts the Brickyard 400.
View full Indianapolis race results below.
It’s the final race of the NASCAR regular season. Kevin Harvick and Paul Menard set the front row. 160-laps of stock car racing are up next…
Stage 1 – Report
Laps: 50 (1-50)
Green flag, Harvick is clear on the outside lane before turn one. Joey Logano gets a push from Clint Bowyer and Logano moves to 2nd.
Lap 12, Daniel Suarez is in the wall off turn two. He ran out of room on the corner exit and collects moderate damage. The caution is out.
The field heads to the pit lane. Chase Elliott is spun on the pit lane. Harvick is first in and first off.
Green, Harvick and Keselowski run even into turn one. Harvick runs Keselowski all the way to the grass as he side drafts him down the back. Harvick pulls back to the lead into turn three.
Martin Truex Jr heads for the pit lane under green. The crew is repairing damage from the first pit stop of the day.
10 to go in stage one, Kevin Harvick leads Keselowski by 6 seconds.
Lap 42, Landon Cassill is hard into the wall. He suffered a mechanical issue and the car wouldn’t turn off the corner. The caution is out.
Most of the field returns to the pit lane. Jimmie Johnson wins the race off the pit lane with two tires. Larson is off 2nd with four and Harvick is out third. Logano and Newman stay out.
Green, Logano leads on the bottom. Harvick takes Johnson three wide for 3rd. Larson moves to 2nd.
2 to go, Keselowski and Jones tangle as they fight for space into the corner. Jones gets loose and chases it up the banking into Keselowski. Jones slams the wall. Keselowski slams the inside tire barrier and the car comes to a rest on top of it.
Joey Logano takes the stage one win under caution!
Indianapolis Stage 1 Results: 1. Joey Logano; 2. Kyle Larson; 3. Kevin Harvick; 4. Ryan Blaney; 5. Ryan Newman; 6. Jimmie Johnson; 7. Kyle Busch; 8. Denny Hamlin; 9. Alex Bowman; 10. Chris Buescher;
Stage 2 – Report
Laps: 50 (51-100)
The red flag is out as track officials repair damage to the inside wall. As that lifts, Logano, Newman, Johnson and other head to the pit lane. Larson and Harvick lead them to the restart.
Green flag, Larson noses ahead at the line. Blaney pushes Harvick on the bottom into turn one. Harvick clears him out of turn one. Larson crosses under him. Harvick holds the lead on the outside into turn three.
Lap 70, Denny Hamlin has climbed to 5th. He started at the tail of the field after being forced to a backup following a crash in practice.
Lap 78, Alex Bowman has climbed to the bumper of the race leader. Bowman has a look but can’t get to his inside. Larson is catching both of them.
Lap 79, Hamlin heads to the pit lane under green with a loose wheel.
Lap 82, Larson works around Bowman and moves to 2nd. He lifts down the backstretch, he’s trying to get a run on the leader.
Lap 85, lap traffic sits ahead of the leader. Larson remains on his bumper. Harvick dives to the pit lane.
Lap 86, Larson, Blaney and Kyle Busch pit.
Lap 88, Kyle Busch is on fire. He gets to the apron, no caution. Lap 89, Busch comes to a stop on the pit lane as the smoke it too much and he can’t see.
The caution is out. Jimmie Johnson was the leader at the time, Harvick is 7th.
The rest of the field heads for the pit lane. Bowman is off first with two tire. Johnson is off 2nd with four.
Green, Harvick leads Larson out of turn one.
4 to go in stage two, the caution is back out for debris.
This stage will also end under caution. Give the stage win to Kevin Harvick.
Indianapolis Stage 2 Results: 1. Kevin Harvick; 2. Kyle Larson; 3. Ryan Blaney; 4. Joey Logano; 5. Clint Bowyer; 6. Daniel Suarez; 7. Kurt Busch; 8. Jimmie Johnson; 9. William Byron; 10. Aric Almirola;
Stage 3 – Report
Laps: 60 (101-160)
The leaders stay out. Bowyer is the first car to pit from 5th.
Green flag on stage three, Harvick and Larson are even into turn one. They bang fenders lightly but Harvick noses ahead.
Jimmie Johnson is around behind them! They ran three wide into turn two and Johnson lost it on the bottom.
Larson heads to the pit lane to repair fender damage.
Green, Harvick noses ahead on the bottom. He bobbles and Blaney swings to the lead on the outside lane. Blaney breaks the draft down the back stretch.
30 to go, Ryan Blaney leads Joey Logano by 4 seconds.
34 to go, Bubba Wallace has climbed to 4th. Suarez and Bowman rubs fender and Suarez heads to the pits.
33 to go, Kevin Harvick heads for the pit lane.
Larson is around on his own! He makes contact with the inside wall and the caution is out.
The field heads for the pit lane. Harvick is able to stay out and will restart in the lead.
Green, Harvick gets the jump on Ryan Blaney.
Bowman is around behind them. He was pinched by Hamlin and went around before coming to a stop against the inside wall. The caution is back out.
Green, Harvick is clear before turn one. Blaney and Logano rub fenders for 2nd, Logano takes that spot as Bubba Wallace moves to 3rd.
13 to go
Lap 147, Daniel Suarez gets into Matt Tifft and send him into the wall. The caution is out.
Green, Bubba Wallace give a huge shove to Logano on the inside line. Harvick holds him off on the outside off turn two.
Logano and Harvick trade side drafts down the back stretch. Bubba Wallace is right there with them. Harvick holds the lead on the outside into turn three.
Kevin Harvick wins at Indianapolis Motor Speedway!
View full Indianapolis results for the NASCAR Cup Series below.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
NASCAR Cup Series
September 8, 2019
Pos | Driver
1. Kevin Harvick
2. Joey Logano
3. Bubba Wallace
4. William Byron
5. Clint Bowyer
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Ryan Blaney
8. Ryan Newman
9. Chase Elliott
10. Paul Menard
11. Daniel Suarez
12. Austin Dillon
13. Ty Dillon
14. Aric Almirola
15. Chris Buescher
16. Ryan Preece
17. Michael McDowell
18. Matt DiBenedetto
19. Corey LaJoie
20. David Ragan
21. Alex Bowman
22. Ross Chastain
23. Reed Sorenson
24. Ryan Sieg
25. BJ McLeod
26. JJ Yaley
27. Martin Truex Jr
28. Garrett Smithley
29. Josh Bilicki
30. Kurt Busch
31. Ricky Stenhouse Jr
32. Matt Tifft
33. Kyle Larson
34. Daniel Hemric
35. Jimmie Johnson
36. Parker Kligerman
37. Kyle Busch
38. Brad Keselowski
39. Erik Jones
40. Landon Cassill
After 26 Races (NASCAR Regular Season Complete)
These are the 16 drivers that will compete in the NASCAR Playoffs:
1. Kyle Busch
Joe Gibbs Racing No. 18
2. Denny Hamlin
Joe Gibbs Racing No. 11
3. Martin Truex Jr.
Joe Gibbs Racing No. 19
4. Kevin Harvick
Stewart-Haas Racing No. 4
5. Joey Logano
Team Penske No. 22
6. Brad Keselowski
Team Penske No. 2
7. Chase Elliott
Hendrick Motorsports No. 9
8. Kurt Busch
Chip Ganassi Racing No. 1
9. Alex Bowman
Hendrick Motorsports No. 88
10. Erik Jones
Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20
11. Kyle Larson
Chip Ganassi Racing No. 42
12. Ryan Blaney
Team Penske No. 12
13. William Byron
Hendrick Motorsports No. 24
14. Aric Almirola
Stewart-Haas Racing No. 10
15. Clint Bowyer
Stewart-Haas Racing No. 14
16. Ryan Newman
Roush Fenway Racing No. 6
Missed the cut: