Busch drove the No. 18 vehicle to a dominant win Sunday, leading 187 of 300 laps to take the ISM Connect 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. A lot of times (the wrecked cars will) come back up (the track), and I tried to leave the high side or the low side and then, boom, as soon as the smoke cleared I'm looking at Harvick's door, my teammate.
But for Stenhouse, recovery from early adversity could well mean the difference between advancing to the next round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs and nearly certain elimination.
Harvick was in a much better position to withstand a bad day at New Hampshire than Busch.
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For the second straight week, Stenhouse suffered an early brush with the outside wall, this time off Turn 4 on Lap 7. "But I am happy that we had a fast auto today and the way we battled back to finish fifth". It was also a bit of redemption after a gaffe on pit road last week in Chicagoland cost Busch a chance to win the playoff opener. The top 12 drivers move on after the October 1 race at Dover.
Sunday represented the final fall race at New Hampshire, with its September date being shifted to Las Vegas Motor Speedway next season. He led 54 laps to win the first event at Loudon in 2017. Keselowski's goal is to finish as well as he can each week and maximizing his points total. He restarted the final stage 18th and fought hard on one of the most difficult tracks to pass on to capture his 12th top-five and 19th top-10 finish of the season. "I told my guys I felt like we were in a boxing match with Floyd Mayweather all week". That was our goal, so I feel really good about that. "We were just trying to limp it to the end of Stage 2 and I heard, "Car spinning off of 2" in my ear", he said.
"It's all-in. We'll go (to Dover) with everything we've got like we have been", he said.
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Busch led 187 of 300 laps on Sunday, the vast majority of those coming in the 150-lap Final Stage, having narrowly avoided a big wreck that collected five playoff cars at the end of Stage 2. Truex led the remainder of the opening stage and was up front throughout the second stage before the stage-ending wreck. Truex attempted to free himself by backing up, but bumped into Dale Earnhardt Jr., who was also backing up. Driving forward, Earnhardt then clipped the left rear quarter panel of Truex's Toyota.
Martin Truex had already advanced to the second round of the playoffs with last week's win, so his Furniture Row team could take a risk with a late pit stop at Loudon.
"Obviously, you want to win because second is just the first loser, but especially when you get to the playoffs. I should have just kept it left".
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"Get you a ride on a Greyhound bus when the national anthem is over", Childress said on how he would deal with an employee not standing.