NASCAR 2014 – CHASE FOR THE SPRINT CUP – RACE 2 – CHALLENGER ROUND

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The second race In The Chase takes NASCAR to New Hampshire Motor Speedway ( Loudon , N.H. ) for the Sylvania 300. This 1.06 mile flat oval is fast. Fuel strategy will be important for this race. Newman , Allmendinger,Biffle and  Almirolaare on the bubble and need a good finish to move out of the Challenger round. The pit window is 70 – 75 laps for this 318 mile , 300 lap race. There will be a competition caution on lap 35 for overnight rain.

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Brad Keselowski has the pole. 3. Harvick 4. Hamlin 5. Ky. Busch 6. Johnson 7. Logano 8. Edwards 9. Newman 11. Earnhardt Jr. 13. Gordon 15. Ku. Busch 16. Kenseth 17. Kahne 21. Almirola 26. Biffle 27. Allmendinger

Lap 1

- Keselowski leads.

Lap 35

- 1st caution – competition yellow.

- Round of yellow flag pits.

- On restart ( Lap 41 ) -  Hamlin leads 2. McMurray 3. Logano

Lap 105

- 2nd caution for debris.

- Round of yellow flag pits.

- On restart ( lap 113 ) – Harvick leads 2. Logano 3. Vickers

There where 13 additional caution flags ( 15 total ).

Joey Logano pulls away to win the Sylvania 300 from New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

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2. Larson 3. Harvick 4. McMurray 5. Johnson 6. Almirola 7. Keselowski 8. Ky. Busch 9. earnhardt Jr. 10. Vickers

The 00krew will have more NASCAR coverage next week from Dover , the last race in the challenger round. Buckle Up and Hang On!!!!

Point standings thru week 2 of The Chase:

1. Brad Keselowski – 2097 pts

2. Joey Logano – 2096 pts

3. Kevin Harvick – 2090 pts

4. Jimmie Johnson – 2080 pts

5. Kyle Busch – 2077 pts

6. Dale Earnhardt Jr. – 2077 pts

7. Jeff Gordon – 2070 pts

8. Matt Kenseth – 2057 pts

9. Carl Edwards – 2057 pts

10. A. J. Allmendinger – 2056 pts

11. Kasey Kahne – 2055 pts

12. Ryan Newman – 2055 pts

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13. Denny Hamlin – 2049 pts

14. Greg Biffle – 2049 pts

15. Kurt Busch – 2047 pts

16. Aric Almirola – 2045 pts

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