NASCAR results from the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Tonight, it’s the longest race of the NASCAR Cup Series season. They’re set to drop the green flag on the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
View the NASCAR results from Charlotte Motor Speedway below.
Denny Hamlin and Kurt Busch set the front row. 400 laps and 600-miles of stock car racing are up next…
Stage 1 – Report
Laps: 100 (1-100 / 400)
Green flag, Hamlin is clear into turn turn one with a push from Kyle Busch. Kurt Busch fights back on the inside.
Lap 4, they remain side by side at the front. Kurt Busch bobbles on the inside lane. Hamlin finally clears him.
Lap 10, Kyle Busch slides Hamlin for the lead into turn one.
Lap 18, Ryan Preece spins on his own. Chris Buescher and Noah Gragson both spin behind him as they try to avoid it, caution. No major damage for any of them.
Pit Penalties: Ryan Blaney and Martin Truex Jr drop to the rear after speeding on the pit lane.
Josh Bilicki spins, caution.
Pit Penalty: Larson will drop to the rear after removing the air gun from his pit box.
Lap 46, Daniel Suarez drives deep to the inside of Kyle Busch for the lead. Suarez forces Busch wide, Busch gets loose, he skates up the banking and tags the wall lightly with the right rear. Busch is around, caution.
Lap 53, Larson enters high in turn three. He gets loose and brushes the wall lightly, no caution.
Lap 61, Corey LaJoie spins with a flat tire, caution.
Suarez leads the field to the pit entry, Chase Elliott wins the race to the pit exit. Kyle Busch gets the free pass.
Pit Penalty: Larson will drop to the rear for the third time after a tire rolled out of the box. Justin Haley also drops to the rear.
8 to go in stage one, Tyler Reddick has closed to the bumper of Elliott in the battle for the lead.
Chase Elliott holds him off to win stage one at Charlotte Motor Speedway!
Coca-Cola 600 Results (Stage 1) : 1. Chase Elliott; 2. Tyler Reddick; 3. Christopher Bell; 4. Ross Chastain; 5. Bubba Wallace; 6. Ryan Blaney; 7. Ricky Stenhouse Jr; 8. Martin Truex Jr; 9. Alex Bowman; 10. Denny Hamlin;
Stage 2 – Report
Laps: 100 (101-200 / 400)
Green flag on stage two, Chastain pushes Elliott clear into turn one.
Lap 111, Chastain dives inside of Elliott into turn one. He slides him into turn three, Chastain leads.
Lap 127, Bubba Wallace spins off turn four, caution.
Chastain leads them to the pit entry. Elliott wins the race to the pit exit.
Lap 145, Austin Cindric is in the wall after a flat left rear, caution.
Elliott leads most of the field to the pit lane. He’ll restart 3rd as Larson and Blaney stay out.
Pit Penalties: Todd Gilliland, Martin Truex Jr, Ricky Stenhouse Jr drop to the rear.
Green, Blaney slides Larson into turn one. With fresh tires, Chase Elliott drives it deep to the inside in turn three and he returns to the lead.
Lap 164, Ryan Blaney gets sideways on the top lane. He clips the wall with the right rear but keeps it going.
Lap 166, Kyle Larson spins off turn four, caution. Both drivers who restarted on old tires have spun in this stage.
Green, Elliott has to lift on the outside lane. Ross Chastain clears him on the inside.
Lap 186, Elliott slides Suarez for 2nd. He picks up a flat and spins, caution.
Green, Chastain is clear into turn one. Ryan Blaney clips the apron and gets loose on the inside lane. He spins and blocks the track.
Collected in crash: Brad Keselowski, Bubba Wallace, Kurt Busch, Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex Jr, William Byron, Harrison Burton and others.
Green with 4 to go in stage two, Chastain and Suarez run side by side for the lead. Suarez slides him in turn three to take the lead away.
Daniel Suarez wins stage two in the Coke 600!
Coca-Cola 600 Results (Stage 2) : 1. Daniel Suarez; 2. Ross Chastain; 3. Erik Jones; 4. Chase Briscoe; 5. Ricky Stenhouse Jr; 6. Joey Logano; 7. Kevin Harvick; 8. Tyler Reddick; 9. Martin Truex Jr; 10. Christopher Bell;
Stage 3 – Report
Laps: 100 (201-300 / 400)
Suarez leads most of the leaders to the pit lane. Logano, Truex, Bell, Busch and Hamlin stay out.
Green flag on stage three, Logano leads Truex Jr off turn two. Suarez is running three wide through the middle and coming to the front behind them.
Lap 214, Suarez dives inside of Logano to take the lead.
Lap 220, Kevin Harvick gets loose and brushes the wall, caution. Ricky Stenhouse Jr brake checks Harvick under the yellow.
Suarez pits from the lead. Chastain and others stay out. Suarez restarts 18th.
Green, Chastain clears Logano into turn one.
Suarez has a run off turn two. He completes the pass for the lead in turn three.
Lap 253, Noah Gragson spins off turn four, caution.
Slow stop for Suarez as he’s boxed in behind Logano. Chastain wins the race to the pit exit.
Green, Chastain leads as Chase Briscoe takes 2nd away via the outside lane.
Lap 261, Briscoe slides Chastain for the lead in turn one. Chastain crosses under him off turn two and slides him back in turn three.
Lap 272, Christopher Bell has an issue and heads for the pit lane under green.
Lap 292, Kyle Busch pits under green after contact with the wall.
Ross Chastain cruises to the win in stage three of the Coca-Cola 600!
Coca-Cola 600 Results (Stage 3) : 1. Ross Chastain; 2. Chase Briscoe; 3. Kyle Larson; 4. Tyler Reddick; 5. Daniel Suarez; 6. Joey Logano; 7. Cole Custer; 8. Chris Buescher; 9. Austin Dillon; 10. Denny Hamlin;
Stage 4 – Report
Laps: 100 (301-400 / 400)
Chastain leads the field to the pits. Tyler Reddick wins the race to the pit exit.
Pit Penalty: Bowman drops to the tail for an uncontrolled tire.
Green flag on stage four, Cole Custer pushes Reddick clear into turn one.
77 to go, Chastain has a run off turn two. He drives it deep to the inside and slides Reddick, Chastain to the lead.
60 to go, Tyler Reddick has a flat left rear, caution.
Green, Custer pushes Chastain to the lead in turn one. Daniel Suarez clears himself on Chase Briscoe off turn four, not clear! Suarez bounces off the wall and collectes Chris Buescher. Buescher barrel rolls across the infield. The red flag is out but Buescher climbs out on his own power.
Green, Chastain is clear into turn one. Larson takes 2nd away.
47 to go, Larson slides Chastain in turn three. Larson takes the lead.
30 to go, Larson leads Briscoe by 1.2 seconds.
22 to go
22 to go, Briscoe has closed the gap to 0.3 seconds!
15 to go, Briscoe is on the bumper of Larson in the battle for the win. Larson is glued to the outside wall the full length of the track.
9 to go, Briscoe gets tight in dirty air and he loses several car lengths.
6 to go, Briscoe has climbed back to the bumper of Larson.
4 to go, Briscoe slides Larson for the lead. Larson squeezes between the wall and his right rear to hold the spot.
2 to go, Briscoe drives it deep to the inside in turn one. He gets sideways and spins! The caution is out.
Larson leads the leaders to the pit lane. Larson wins the race to the pit exit with two tires. Hamlin is off 5th, the first with four tires.
Green flag in NASCAR overtime, Larson and Chastain run side by side into turn one. Larson clears him off turn two.
Austin Dillon takes them four wide for 2nd into turn three! He clears all them and pulls even with Larson! Chastain works outside of Larson as Hamlin works inside of Dillon.
They run four wide for the lead off turn four! As they run out of room, Dillon is turned into the outside wall. Logano is clipped and he’s sent into the wall as well. Larson spins. The caution is out.
The yellow came before the white flag and they’ll rack the field again. Hamlin leads them to the restart.
Green, Hamlin leads into turn one. Kyle Busch works to his outside from row two! They run side by side off turn two.
1 to go, Busch and Hamlin remain side by side. They fight for space into turn one, Hamlin slides him. Hamlin is clear.
Denny Hamlin holds him off and takes the win in the Coca-Cola 600! It’s the longest Coke 600 in history.
Charlotte Motor Speedway
May 29, 2022
NASCAR Cup Series
Pos | Driver
1. Denny Hamlin
2. Kyle Busch
3. Kevin Harvick
4. Chase Briscoe
5. Christopher Bell
6. Tyler Reddick
7. Ricky Stenhouse Jr
8. Michael McDowell
9. Kyle Larson
10. Alex Bowman
11. Harrison Burton
12. Martin Truex Jr
13. Ty Dillon
14. Erik Jones
15. Ross Chastain
16. Todd Gilliland
17. Aric Almirola
18. Cody Ware
19. BJ McLeod
20. Joey Logano
21. Cole Custer
22. Austin Dillon
23. Kaz Grala
24. Noah Gragson
25. Daniel Suarez
26. Chris Buescher
27. Justin Haley
28. Bubba Wallace
29. Ryan Blaney
30. Brad Keselowski
31. Kurt Busch
32. William Byron
33. Chase Elliott
34. Austin Cindric
35. Corey LaJoie
36. Josh Bilicki
37. Ryan Preece
NASCAR Cup Series
Pos | Driver | Points | Playoff Points
1. Chase Elliott
1 Win | 489 | 8PP
2. Ross Chastain
2 Wins | | 455 | 13PP
3. Kyle Busch
1 Win | 452 | 6PP
4. Ryan Blaney
436 | 4PP
5. Martin Truex Jr
430 | 3PP
6. Joey Logano
1 Win | 423 | 6PP
7. William Byron
2 Wins | 415 | 6PP
8. Alex Bowman
1 Win | 420 | 6PP
9. Kyle Larson
1 Win | 412 | 6PP
10. Christopher Bell
11. Kevin Harvick
12. Tyler Reddick
350 | 2PP
13. Chase Briscoe
1 Win | 349 | 6PP
14. Aric Almirola
15. Austin Dillon
16. Erik Jones
17. Denny Hamlin
2 Wins | 309 | 12PP
18. Daniel Suarez
301 | 2PP
19. Austin Cindric
1 Win | 294 | 5PP
20. Kurt Busch
1 Win | 289 | 6PP
21. Chris Buescher
22. Michael McDowell
23. Bubba Wallace
272 | 1PP
24. Ricky Stenhouse Jr
25. Justin Haley
26. Ty Dillon
27. Cole Custer
28. Harrison Burton
29. Todd Gilland
30. Brad Keselowski
183 | -10PP