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Toyota Owners

NASCAR Cup Series race

Motor car race

The Toyota Owners was a NASCAR Cup Seriesrace held on April 18, , at Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Virginia. Contested over laps on the mile (&#;km) asphalt short track, it was the ninth race of the NASCAR Cup Series season.



The Toyota Owners program cover.

Richmond Raceway is a 3/4-mile (&#;km), D-shaped, asphalt race track located just outside Richmond, Virginia in Henrico County. It hosts the NASCAR Cup Series and Xfinity Series. Known as "America's premier short track", it formerly hosted a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, an IndyCar Series race, and two USAC sprint car races.

Entry list[edit]

  • (R) denotes rookie driver.
  • (i) denotes driver who are ineligible for series driver points.


Martin Truex Jr. was awarded the pole for the race as determined by competition-based formula.[4]

Starting Lineup[edit]


Stage Results[edit]

Stage OneLaps: 80

Pos Driver Team Manufacturer Points
111Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs RacingToyota10
219Martin Truex Jr.Joe Gibbs RacingToyota9
322Joey LoganoTeam PenskeFord8
424William ByronHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet7
512Ryan BlaneyTeam PenskeFord6
620Christopher BellJoe Gibbs RacingToyota5
748Alex BowmanHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet4
83Austin DillonRichard Childress RacingChevrolet3
92Brad KeselowskiTeam PenskeFord2
104Kevin HarvickStewart-Haas RacingFord1
Official stage one results

Stage TwoLaps:

Pos Driver Team Manufacturer Points
111Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs RacingToyota10
219Martin Truex Jr.Joe Gibbs RacingToyota9
322Joey LoganoTeam PenskeFord8
448Alex BowmanHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet7
54Kevin HarvickStewart-Haas RacingFord6
621Matt DiBenedettoWood Brothers RacingFord5
718Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs RacingToyota4
824William ByronHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet3
920Christopher BellJoe Gibbs RacingToyota2
1010Aric AlmirolaStewart-Haas RacingFord1
Official stage two results

Final Stage Results[edit]

Stage ThreeLaps:

Pos Grid Driver Team Manufacturer Laps Points
12448Alex BowmanHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet51
2211Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs RacingToyota55
3522Joey LoganoTeam PenskeFord50
4820Christopher BellJoe Gibbs RacingToyota40
5119Martin Truex Jr.Joe Gibbs RacingToyota50
62210Aric AlmirolaStewart-Haas RacingFord32
7424William ByronHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet40
81018Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs RacingToyota33
91621Matt DiBenedettoWood Brothers RacingFord33
10113Austin DillonRichard Childress RacingChevrolet30
11712Ryan BlaneyTeam PenskeFord32
1239Chase ElliottHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet25
13171Kurt BuschChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet24
14202Brad KeselowskiTeam PenskeFord25
151842Ross ChastainChip Ganassi RacingChevrolet22
162799Daniel SuárezTrackhouse Racing TeamChevrolet21
171447Ricky Stenhouse Jr.JTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet20
1865Kyle LarsonHendrick MotorsportsChevrolet19
193043Erik JonesRichard Petty MotorsportsChevrolet18
20138Tyler ReddickRichard Childress RacingChevrolet17
21367Corey LaJoieSpire MotorsportsChevrolet16
222614Chase Briscoe (R)Stewart-Haas RacingFord15
232141Cole CusterStewart-Haas RacingFord14
2494Kevin HarvickStewart-Haas RacingFord20
251217Chris BuescherRoush Fenway RacingFord12
261523Bubba Wallace23XI RacingToyota11
272334Michael McDowellFront Row MotorsportsFord10
283833Austin Cindric (i)Team PenskeFord0
292537Ryan PreeceJTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet8
30196Ryan NewmanRoush Fenway RacingFord7
312938Anthony Alfredo (R)Front Row MotorsportsFord6
323578B. J. McLeod (i)Live Fast MotorsportsFord0
332815James DavisonRick Ware RacingChevrolet4
343200Quin HouffStarCom RacingChevrolet3
353753Garrett Smithley (i)Rick Ware RacingChevrolet0
363351Cody Ware (i)Petty Ware RacingChevrolet0
373152Josh BilickiRick Ware RacingFord1
383477Justin Haley (i)Spire MotorsportsChevrolet10
Official race results

Race statistics[edit]

  • Lead changes: 20 among 7 different drivers
  • Cautions/Laps: 5 for 39
  • Red flags: 0
  • Time of race: 3 hours, 6 minutes and 57 seconds
  • Average speed: miles per hour (&#;km/h)



Fox Sports covered their 20th race at the Richmond Raceway. Mike Joy, two-time Richmond winners Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer called the race from the broadcast booth. Jamie Little and Regan Smith handled pit road for the television side. Larry McReynolds provided insight from the Fox Sports studio in Charlotte.


MRN had the radio call for the race which was simulcasted on Sirius XMNASCAR Radio. Alex Hayden, Rusty Wallace and Jeff Striegle called the race in the booth when the field raced down the frontstretch. Dave Moody (sportscaster) called the race from a platform inside the backstretch when the field races down the backstretch. Steve Post and Jason Toy worked pit road for the radio side.

Standings after the race[edit]


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NASCAR DFS: Toyota Owners at Richmond Raceway DraftKings Lineup Plays

The Cup Series heads to Richmond Raceway this weekend. After visiting Bristol and Martinsville the last couple of weeks, Sunday's Toyota Owners will be the third short track race in a row.

When it comes to building NASCAR DFS lineups for DraftKings, the dominator categories will once again be front and center. There are laps on tap at the low-banked, mile oval, which means drivers will have ample opportunities to pile up points in the laps led and fastest laps run categories.

In last weekend's lap race at Martinsville, we saw Denny Hamlin and Ryan Blaney lead more than laps. Last fall at Richmond, Brad Keselowski led almost half the laps, but a total of five drivers led more than 40 laps. I expect a similar trend this Sunday, so hitting the top dominator is a must. The top GPP lineups will probably be made up of drivers who earn dominator points and finish at the front.

A few intriguing place differential-based plays with high floors should prove valuable, especially in cash lineups. However, pricing will dictate that midrange drivers who can run near the front and chip in some dominator points are probably going to be the path to the highest scores.

Must-Own Drivers

Martin Truex Jr. ($11,)

His short track dominance continued with a win at Martinsville last weekend. I expect another big performance out of Truex Sunday. He starts from the pole, and he has finished third or better in the last four Richmond races, sweeping the events. More importantly, Truex has led at least laps in five of the last six races here, leading + laps three times. He has logged double-digit fastest laps in all six starts in that span, topping 30 fastest laps four times.

Denny Hamlin ($11,)

Hamlin's flat track prowess was on full display last weekend at Martinsville when he led laps and logged 81 fastest laps, and double-digit fastest laps have been the norm for him at Richmond. He led 45 laps and recorded 17 fastest laps in last year's race, but a speeding penalty ruined what was shaping up to be a dominant night. Hamlin should pile up his share of dominator points from the front row and have a solid chance at being the top scorer Sunday.

Cash Plays

Brad Keselowski ($12,)

Last weekend, his mechanical problems had him starting 20th, giving Keselowski one of the highest floors this weekend. Not only did he led laps in a win at Richmond last season, but he has finished 11th or better in 10 straight races here, posting a average finish. With his blend of reliability and upside, Keselowski should be a staple of your cash lineups.

Alex Bowman ($8,)

Richmond hasn't been his strongest track overall. Still, Bowman finished a career-best ninth in last year's race, and he had a top-5 run going at Martinsville last weekend before a loose wheel derailed his day. Hendrick cars have been fast all year, and starting 24th on Sunday, Bowman is a top threat with the differential points available to post a strong score.

Austin Cindric ($8,)

He only has two Cup starts under his belt, but Cindric has been able to stay out of trouble and take advantage of the place differential category in both of them. He gained 24 spots and finished 15th in the Daytona , and he moved up 17 spots and finished 22nd at Atlanta. Cindric will have to start dead last again Sunday, and even if he just sneaks into the top 25, he will be looking at a respectable point total.

Aric Almirola ($8,)

Almirola has dealt with a lot of bad luck in , but he has had some success at flatter tracks in the past, and his best finish to date came at Phoenix when he finished 11th. He cracked the top 10 at Richmond last year, and he finished 16th in the fall race in Set to start 22nd, Almirola looks like a solid bet to land in the top 15 and deliver around 40 fantasy points at a price that you can easily fit into a balanced lineup.

Erik Jones ($7,)

A mechanical issue at Martinsville has him starting 30th, but despite some equipment issues throughout the year, Jones brings a average finish into Richmond. He has been able to run inside the top 20 in his first year with Richard Petty Motorsports, and he has even managed a couple of tops. Thanks to the differential points at his disposal, a mid-pack finish is all he will need to post a solid score this weekend.

GPP Specials

Joey Logano ($10,)

He has been a force at the horsepower tracks dating back to last season, and he has been one of the best at Richmond for a while. Logano led 45 laps and recorded 27 fastest laps in a third-place effort last year, and his six top-5s in that last 10 races here are tied for the most in the series. If you plan on fading the front-row starters, I like Logano as a contrarian dominator.

Christopher Bell ($7,)

He had a solid debut at Richmond last year, gaining 11 spots and finishing 15th for Leavine Family Racing. He won't have differential points to pad his point total this weekend, but as we have seen all year, Bell has a much higher ceiling now that he is with Joe Gibbs Racing. He is coming off a top run at Martinsville, and he had a ton of success at Richmond at the XFINITY level, winning three of his five starts. I think Bell is a sleeper candidate for a top-5 finish and some dominator points.

Austin Dillon ($7,)

Dillon has been legitimately fast at Richmond the last couple of years, finishing sixth or better in three of the last four races. Last year, he finished fourth despite a speeding penalty, leading 55 laps and logging 56 fastest laps. Dillon has recorded double-digit fastest laps in the last three races here. While he doesn't have many differential points available from the 11th starting spot, he does offer dominator upside and top-5 potential for a midrange price.

Tyler Reddick ($7,)

Reddick has been building a little momentum during this stretch of short track races, notching tops at Bristol and Martinsville. He finished 11th in his Richmond debut last year. Perhaps more importantly, his Richard Childress Racing teammate, Austin Dillon, also had a fast car in that race. Reddick has been a boom-or-bust DFS option all season, but RCR seems to have a setup that works at Richmond. He could be a top threat and a great contrarian to mid-pack qualifiers like Aric Almirola.

Daniel Suarez ($6,)

He got caught up in a big wreck at Martinsville last weekend. However, despite the rough outing, Suarez still owns a average finish for Trackhouse Racing this year. He has finished 21st or better and gained at least six spots in five of the eight races and starting 27th, he has the potential to be a cheap source of 30+ fantasy points.

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Toyota Owners Starting Lineup and Stats for NASCAR Cup Series Race

Last week&#;s NASCAR Cup Series action at Martinsville Speedway had it all. From inclement weather to a caution-filled final stage and a whole lot of beating and banging in between, it was truly short track racing at its finest. This weekend, NASCAR heads to the opposite end of Virginia to Richmond Raceway for a second straight week of short track action. The Toyota Owners is scheduled to be run on Sunday afternoon on the mile oval.

This article contains all of the vital information necessary to get you ready for the ninth race of the NASCAR Cup Series season. Read on for the Toyota Owners starting lineup, start time, fast facts and statistics.

NASCAR Cup Series Richmond Raceway Toyota Owners starting lineup

NASCAR Cup Series at Richmond Raceway

65th Toyota Owners
Date: Sunday, April 18,
Start Time: 3 p.m. EST
Track: Richmond Raceway — Richmond, VA
Coverage: FOX
Pole Sitter: Martin Truex Jr.
Defending Champion: Martin Truex Jr. ()

Toyota Owners Race Details

Distance: miles
Lap Length: miles
Stages: Three (Laps ; Laps ; Laps )
Surface: Asphalt
Turns: 4

Toyota Owners Starting Grid

See below for a breakdown of qualifying.

Starting PositionDriverCar NumberTeamManufacturer
1Denny Hamlin11Joe Gibbs RacingToyota
2Brad Keselowski2Team PenskeFord
3Joey Logano22Team PenskeFord
4Christopher Bell20Joe Gibbs RacingToyota
5Martin Truex Jr.19Joe Gibbs RacingToyota
6Ryan Blaney12Team PenskeFord
7Kevin Harvick4Stewart-Haas RacingFord
8Chase Elliott9Hendrick MotorsportsChevrolet
9Kyle Busch18Joe Gibbs RacingToyota
10Kyle Larson5Hendrick MotorsportsChevrolet
11William Byron24Hendrick MotorsportsChevrolet
12Alex Bowman48Hendrick MotorsportsChevrolet
13Kurt Busch1Chip Ganassi RacingChevrolet
14Austin Dillon3Richard Childress RacingChevrolet
15Bubba Wallace2323XI RacingToyota
16Chris Buescher17Roush Fenway RacingFord
17Erik Jones43Richard Petty MotorsportsChevrolet
18Ricky Stenhouse Jr.47JTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet
19Michael McDowell34Front Row MotorsportsFord
20Anthony Alfredo38Front Row MotorsportsFord
21Aric Almirola10Stewart-Haas RacingFord
22Chase Briscoe14Stewart-Haas RacingFord
23Cole Custer41Stewart-Haas RacingFord
24Ryan Newman6Roush Fenway RacingFord
25Daniel Suarez99Trackhouse RacingChevrolet
26Corey LaJoie7Spire MotorsportsChevrolet
27Ross Chastain42Chip Ganassi RacingChevrolet
28Quin Houff00StarCom RacingChevrolet
29Tyler Reddick8Richard Childress RacingChevrolet
30Matt DiBenedetto21Wood Brothers RacingFord
31Ryan Preece37JTG Daugherty RacingChevrolet
32Cody Ware51Petty Ware RacingChevrolet
33A.J. Allmendinger16Kaulig RacingChevrolet
34Garrett Smithley53Rick Ware RacingChevrolet
35Scott Heckert78Live Fast MotorsportsFord
36Joey Hand52Rick Ware RacingFord
37Josh Bilicki15Rick Ware RacingChevrolet
38Justin Haley77Spire MotorsportsChevrolet
39Timmy Hill66MBM MotorsportsToyota

NASCAR Cup Series Qualifying Overview

Following the virus-caused interruption to racing last season, NASCAR did away with practice and qualifying runs at the majority of races. A combination of grouped draws and a performance-metrics formula were used to determine starting lineups. That same formula remains in place for the majority of races on the NASCAR Cup Series season, including this weekend’s Toyota Owners

So, what exactly is involved in the performance-metrics formula? Well, it draws on a number of factors including individual race performances and seaosn-long results. The following breakdown illustrates the weighted grades associated with each component of NASCAR’s metrics formula:

NASCAR Cup Series Metrics Formula Breakdown

  • 35 percent: Team owner points ranking
  • 25 percent: Driver’s finishing position from the previous race
  • 25 percent: Car owner’s finishing position from the previous race
  • 15 percent: Fastest lap from the previous race
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and NASCAR Betting Facts

  • Lee Petty was victorious in the very first edition of the race in The event has been held in all but three years since, including , and
  • Up until lights were installed at Richmond Raceway in , the Toyota Owners was run on Sunday afternoon the week after the Daytona
  • Martin Truex Jr. is the most recent winner of this race, taking the checkered in with an average speed of mph. It was the fastest average speed for the winner of the race since
  • Richard Petty is the all-time leader with six wins in this race. Among active drivers, Kyle Busch has the most victories with five. He is the only active NASCAR Cup Series driver with more than two wins in the event.
  • Joe Gibbs Racing leads all race teams with nine Toyota Owners wins. All nine have come since the turn of the century.
  • Joe Gibbs Racing drivers have won three of the last four and seven of the last 11 editions of this race.
  • Chevrolet leads all manufacturers with 21 wins in this race. However, only two of those victories have come in the last 11 editions of the event.
  • Despite winning seven of the last 11 editions of the Toyota Owners , Toyota only ranks fourth in all-time manufacturer wins in the event.

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NASCAR Starting Lineup for Sunday's Toyota Owners at Richmond Raceway

The NASCAR Cup Series hits the one-quarter pole of its season this weekend at Richmond Raceway. The mile oval moves to Sunday for its spring race that was canceled last year due to the COVID pandemic.

Richmond also finishes up a short track swing that included events at Bristol Motor Speedway (dirt) and Martinsville Speedway. It's the first time Cup has run three straight races at ovals less than one mile since , the last year North Wilkesboro Speedway was on the schedule.

Once again, the series has chosen to go with no on-track practice or qualifying due to the COVID pandemic. Instead, the starting lineup was set for each team via the sport's qualifying metric established last season, defined below.

50% of the metric is their finishing position from the previous race (split between driver and owner).

35% of the metric is the team's current position in the NASCAR Cup Series owner point standings.

15% of the metric is their fastest lap during the previous race.

The team with the lowest total starts on the pole, then the next lowest, etc. until all available spots are filled. It's the best compromise NASCAR could make while attempting to limit each team's at-track time during the pandemic.

Only 38 cars entered the Richmond race, leaving two empty spots on this car grid. The 36 teams who have guaranteed spots are entered along with two "open" cars: the No. 37 of JTG Daugherty Racing (Ryan Preece) and the No. 33 of Team Penske (Austin Cindric).

1. Martin Truex Jr.

2. Denny Hamlin

3. Chase Elliott

4. William Byron

5. Joey Logano

6. Kyle Larson

7. Ryan Blaney

8. Christopher Bell

9. Kevin Harvick

Kyle Busch

Austin Dillon

Chris Buescher

Tyler Reddick

Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

Bubba Wallace

Matt DiBenedetto

Kurt Busch

Ross Chastain

Ryan Newman

Brad Keselowski

Cole Custer

Aric Almirola

Michael McDowell

Alex Bowman

Ryan Preece

Chase Briscoe (R)

Daniel Suarez

James Davison

Anthony Alfredo (R)

Erik Jones

Josh Bilicki

Quin Houff

Cody Ware (i)

Justin Haley (i)

BJ McLeod (i)

Corey LaJoie

Garrett Smithley (i)

Austin Cindric (i)

(R) &#x; Rookie

(i) &#x; Ineligible to collect Cup Series points


  • Martin Truex Jr. (pole) starts up front for the first time since Talladega in June He's seeking his sixth win in his last 12 short track starts.
  • Denny Hamlin (2nd) is the current Cup Series point leader (+76 over Truex). Hamlin's lead is so big, he could sit out the Richmond race and still remain atop the standings.
  • Chase Elliott (3rd) is the best-starting Chevrolet.
  • Joey Logano (5th) is the highest-qualifying Ford.
  • Brad Keselowski (20th) won at this track last September. (There was no spring Richmond race last season due to the COVID pandemic).
  • Chase Briscoe (26th) is the highest-qualifying rookie.
  • Garrett Smithley (37th) returns to the No. 53 Rick Ware Racing Chevrolet, replacing JJ Yeley.
  • Austin Cindric (38th) makes another start in the No. 33 Team Penske Ford with sponsorship provided by Verizon 5G. The reigning NASCAR Xfinity Series champion is running a limited schedule this season in preparation for a full-season run in


Race: Toyota Owners

Track: Richmond Raceway (Richmond, Va.)

Date: Sunday, April 18

TV: FOX, 3 p.m. ET


Distance: laps ( miles)

Stage 1: 80 Laps

Stage 2: Laps

Final Stage: Laps


Austin Hill stops by the Frontstretch Podcast to talk about his Camping World Truck Series season to date before host Davey Segal and company turn their attention to Sunday's race at Richmond.

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Lineup toyota owners 400

The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Richmond Raceway for the Toyota Owners in Richmond, Virginia on Sunday, April 18 at p.m. ET (4/18/).

The lap race will air on FOX, which can be streamed live on fuboTV,Hulu + Live TV and other live TV streaming services.

The Toyota Owners consists of 38 drivers pitted against one another for laps of the mi-mile track resulting in a mile race.

Martin Truex Jr. enters the race starting in pole position and has odds to win, according to CBS Sports. Truex Jr. is coming off a 1st place finish in last week’s race at Martinsville Speedway. This season has been very successful for him. In five races this season, Truex Jr. has finished top 10 with two of them being first-place finishes. This is his first time he is starting in pole position this season with his previous best being 2nd at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Sunday he will look to bring home his third race win of the season in Richmond.

Another driver to watch is Denny Hamlin who starts in 2nd at Richmond. Hamlin is coming off a back-to-back third-place finish in his previous two races. This is also his third consecutive time starting in 2nd position. He comes into the Toyota Owners as the second favorite to win with odds, according to CBS Sports. He will be looking to beat what he did last week and try to pick up his first race win of the year.

Here’s what you need to know to tune in:

What: Toyota Owners , a NASCAR Cup Series Race

When: Sunday, April 18,

Where: Richmond, Virginia

Time: p.m. ET


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Toyota Owners Lineup

Here are the 38 drivers and their positions in order of where they are slated to begin at the start of the race:

  1. Martin Truex Jr.
  2. Denny Hamlin
  3. Chase Elliott
  4. William Byron
  5. Joey Logano
  6. Kyle Larson
  7. Ryan Blaney
  8. Christopher Bell
  9. Kevin Harvick
  10. Kyle Busch
  11. Austin Dillon
  12. Chris Buescher
  13. Tyler Reddick
  14. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  15. Bubba Wallace
  16. Matt DiBenedetto
  17. Kurt Busch
  18. Ross Chastain
  19. Ryan Newman
  20. Brad Keselowski
  21. Cole Custer
  22. Aric Almirola
  23. Michael McDowell
  24. Alex Bowman
  25. Ryan Preece
  26. Chase Briscoe
  27. Daniel Suarez
  28. James Davison
  29. Anthony Alfredo
  30. Erik Jones
  31. Josh Bilicki
  32. Quin Houff
  33. Cody Ware
  34. Justin Haley
  35. BJ McLeod
  36. Corey LaJoie
  37. Garrett Smithley
  38. Austin Cindric

Toyota Owners odds

Odds are according to CBS Sports

  • Martin Truex Jr.
  • Denny Hamlin
  • Brad Keselowski
  • Chase Elliott
  • Kyle Larson
  • Joey Logano
  • Kyle Busch
  • Kevin Harvick
  • Ryan Blaney
  • Alex Bowman
  • William Byron
  • Christopher Bell
  • Kurt Busch
  • Austin Dillon
  • Aric Almirola
  • Matt DiBenedetto
  • Tyler Reddick
  • Bubba Wallace
  • Ryan Newman
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  • Cole Custer
  • Chris Buescher
  • Austin Cindric
  • Daniel Suarez
  • Chase Briscoe
  • Ross Chastain
  • Erik Jones
  • Michael McDowell
  • Ryan Preece
  • Justin Haley
  • Anthony Alfredo
  • Corey LaJoie
  • Josh Bilicki
  • James Davison
  • Quin Houff
  • B.J. McLeod
  • Garrett Smithley
  • Cody Ware

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NASCAR Sprint Cup Series - Full Race - Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond

Toyota Owners

Alex Bowman's late surge denies Hamlin, secures clutch Richmond win

An emotional Alex Bowman could only shake his head and give kudos to the crew of his No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet following a dramatic victory over Denny Hamlin Sunday in the Toyota Owners at Richmond Raceway.

Bowman took the lead for the first time all race on a restart with 10 laps remaining and easily pulled away from Hamlin, who had been the day&#;s most dominant driver. Bowman&#;s second winning margin earned the year old his first victory of the season, third of his career and first ever on a short track. He is the eighth different race winner in nine NASCAR Cup Series races this season.

&#;To be honest with you, we were terrible on short runs,&#; said Bowman, who had to overcome a pit-road speeding penalty as well.  &#;We restarted third and I&#;m like, if we get out of here with a solid top-five we&#;ll be good. We overcame a lot today. 

&#;I don&#;t know if [crew chief] Greg [Ives] pumped the pressures way up or what he did, but that&#;s more grip than I&#;ve ever had in a race car at Richmond and it worked out really well.&#;

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It was an especially tough runner-up finish for Hamlin, considering how strong he&#;d been all day, and all season. Hamlin, who swept the two stages wins and led a race high of the laps, had to be thinking he may have finally secured his first victory of He held the race lead taking the green flag for that last restart, only to be passed easily by Bowman.

The second-place finish is the eighth top-five finish in the opening nine races for the Joe Gibbs Racing driver Hamlin &#; an all-time record for top fives to start the season without a win.

&#;We just didn&#;t take off quite as good there at the end,&#; an obviously disappointed Hamlin said. &#;I tried to warm it up and do everything that I could &#; just the 48 (Alex Bowman) had a little more on those last few laps and I couldn&#;t hold the bottom.

&#;Once he got the position, we were just shut down there. Great job by this FedEx Ground team. First and foremost, we want to think of all of the families in Indy right now. Awful tragedy to happen there. Our thoughts and prayers are with these names. We will get them. We will keep digging. We are dominating &#; just have to finish it.&#;

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Team Penske&#;s Joey Logano, who led 49 laps and for much of the closing portion of the race looked as he would settle the trophy with Hamlin, instead finished third, followed by Hamlin&#;s JGR teammates Christopher Bell and Martin Truex Jr., who led laps.

Stewart-Haas Racing&#;s Aric Almirola finished sixth &#; his best effort of the season, followed by Hendrick Motorsports&#; William Byron, JGR&#;s Kyle Busch, Wood Brothers Racing&#;s Matt DiBenedetto and Richard Childress Racing&#;s Austin Dillon to round out the top

The late-race caution &#; and the drama it created &#; was especially ironic considering most of the event had gone caution free. 

Early on it was a duel between the Gibbs teammates and then Logano, who took the battle to Hamlin late. 

&#;The adjustments they made on that final pit stop definitely made it start firing off really well,&#; Logano said of Bowman. “He started to pay the penalty the last couple laps but he was so far out, it didn&#;t matter.

&#;We were just so close with the Shell Pennzoil Mustang and wanted to get our Ford in victory lane here. We led some laps, made the pass on Denny Hamlin. He and I had a lot of fun with it going back and forth.

&#;I just hate being that close,&#; Logano added. 

With his runner-up effort Hamlin holds a commanding point lead over Truex and point advantage over Logano in the championship standings.

The series&#; next race is the GEICO at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday (2 p.m. ET, FOX, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).

NOTE: The race winning No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet of Alex Bowman passed NASCAR&#;s post-race inspection and the race results are official. The No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet driven by William Byron and the No. 51 Petty Ware Racing Chevrolet driven by Cody Ware were each found to have one lugnut not safe and secure.


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