NASCAR DFS: Digital Ally 400 Podcast
Matt Selz and Dan Malin recap the Gander RV 400 from Dover and give you plays and strategy for the Digital Ally 400 at Kansas this week.
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Brad Keselowski (#2 Ford) scores his 31st Cup Series win after taking the checkered flag for the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Caution came out with 3 laps to go and the leader, Chase Elliott, went into the pits along with 8 other drivers on the lead lap. Keselowski and Jimmie Johnson stayed out and battled during the 2-lap overtime sprint to the finish. Johnson finished second followed by Chase Elliott.
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Chase Elliott's team chooses to enter the pits after caution came out. He was in the lead.
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William Byron has a tire go down with 3 to go in the Coca-Cola 600.
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He passed Brad Keselowski with about 38 to go. Jimmie Johnson is in third.
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Brad Keselowski (#2 Ford) took over the lead from Jimmie Johnson with about 42 laps to go in the Coca-Cola 600.
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Joey Gase brought out the caution with about 50 laps to go in the Coca-Cola 600 after a spin.
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Matt DiBenedetto (#21 Ford) took two-tires on pit road between Stage 3 and 4.
This got him out of the pits in the lead, up 13 spots. He will lead the field to start Stage 4 with 94 laps to go. Joe Logano will start opposite him in row 1.
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At the end of Stage 3 in today's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Joey Logano (#22 Ford) was out front to win the stage.
Behind Logano: Alex Bowman, Ryan Blaney, Jimmie Johnson, Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch, Erik Jones, Brad Keselowski, Austin Dillon and William Byron.
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