Save Mart 350: 5 takeaways from NASCAR at Sonoma

Save Mart 350: 5 takeaways from NASCAR at Sonoma

Save Mart 350: 5 takeaways from NASCAR at Sonoma

But the sometimes-ornery Harvick wasn't stressing out over a winless 2017.

He was trying to make up time from his "OK" run in the first round of qualifying.

Truex will line up the No. 78 Furniture Row/Denver Mattress Toyota Camry on the inside of Row 2 for the 110-lap race after posting a pole-shootout round lap of 75.453 seconds at 94.947 miles per hour on the 11-turn, 1.99-mile road course. He basically has to win at one of these two road courses to make the Chase, so look for him to make a strong run at the win today.

While almost the entire NASCAR world is looking forward to Junior's potential last visit to Daytona next week, he quietly made an impressive Toyota/Save Mart 350 run, ending up with the best finish of any Chevy driver.

"After he said that, I don't think he was going to win anyway". Thanks to his presence at the track and on social media as an owner, however, it's clear he never strayed far from the sport. "It was interesting listening to some of the (Joe) Gibbs (Racing) drivers and the gamesmanship they were playing as they pitted and came back out and then immediately started screaming debris on the racetrack", said winning vehicle owner Tony Stewart in the media center at Sonoma. Also, be sure to check out the Race by Race Trends Sheet. Harvick had a cozy nine-second lead over Stewart-Haas teammate Clint Bowyer before the caution. He knows that he needs a win, so look for Busch to go all out on Sunday.

Championship points leader Todd Gilliland, Blaine Perkins, Todd Souza, Sheldon Creed, Chris Eggleston and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup driver Daniel Suarez rounded out the top 10. One week after debris cautions drew the ire of drivers and fans at MI, race officials on Sunday allowed the final half of the race to play out caution-free until Kasey Kahne's crash on the final lap.

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"I thought that was real convenient on their part". That's OK. Bear with me for a moment and let's see if I can convince you of one of the. Bowyer and Keselowski provided a challenge, but weren't able to stop Harvick from closing out the victory. On a day when massive upheaval could have on the menu, we got simply a little bit of disruption instead.

"I am really proud and happy that he's representing Israel", Avi Day said, with Alon acting as an interpreter, "but even more than that, the Jewish community". Sonoma was one of just four active tracks where Harvick had never before scored a Cup victory.

Harvick doesn't presume that SHR has figured out all the details. "You might have a fast vehicle but there really is only two or three good passing zones on the track". "So he's definitely a little scatterbrained, but he's really good here". Harvick had gotten out to the race lead, but Rodgers had a faster auto and was able to run him down. "It gave us a lot of momentum going into this week".

HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP) - Helmsman Peter Burling and Emirates Team New Zealand benefited from another mistake at the start by skipper Jimmy Spithill and Oracle Team USA to win the seventh and eighth races of the America's Cup on the Great Sound on Sunday. Tyler Reddick was third, followed by Ross Chastain and Dakoda Armstrong. At one point he was leading by 12 seconds, but he had to pit late. He led a race-high 99 laps in the Truck race Friday night.

But Truex ran them all down in quick succession, before snatching the lead back from the always impressive road course driver AJ Allmendinger three to go in the segment. He has led laps in seven straight races heading into Sonoma, and was in prime position to cash in last week.

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