Busch, who took the checkered flag over three seconds in front of Ryan Truex, has gained more at Phoenix than another course in the sequence.

Tyler Reddick ended third, Cole Custer was Austin Cindric completed the top five.

From the smoke Turn 3, Christopher Bell and Justin Allgaier both snapped in the petroleum and crushed, which effectively stopped Bell’daily.


“Saw him (Leicht) blowing going into (Turn) 1 and then figured it would definitely become slick, I saw (Allgaier) start sliding, then I started slipping so that when I entered the smoke ball that I lost my bearings,” Bell explained. “The next thing I know, I hit the wall. ”

All of the lead-lap cars chosen to pit under the upkeep with Busch the very first off pit road Accompanied by Reddick, Truex, Custer and Cindric.

With 55 laps staying in the race, Truex had proceeded up into the runnerup position and seemed to be creating ground on Busch. Reddick ran in third.

Busch assembled his lead back up to nearly 1.7 moments over Truex with 40 laps to go.

“I reckon it’s good if you lose to Kyle Busch. I just obtained us too far behind early , we were too free,” Truex said. “We worked hard throughout the day long to get it back. Our car has been just so good on the long runs.”

Period Two

Bell managed to fend off a stiff challenge from Busch to maintain the Period 2 win.

After the break between Stages 2 and 1, Cindric chose to pit that handed the lead back up to Bell on the restart on Lap 54.

Busch quickly grabbed away the lead from Bell on the restart as Reddick moved in to third.

Two laps later, Bell and Busch exchanged the lead before Busch was able to place some room between himself and Bell.

With 20 laps remaining in the point, Bell got around Busch on to reassume the lead. They have been followed closely by Reddick and Allgaier.

Bell claimed a small advantage over Busch with 10 laps to go at the very first stage.

Period 1

Cindric maintained off a fast-approaching Bell on fresh tires to make the very first playoff point of their 2019 year old.

Bell, who started on the pole, took command of the race moved into a 1-second lead over Busch after the first 12 laps.

With 25 laps remaining in the 45-lap point, Bell had built a more than 1.2-second lead over Busch.

Bell enlarged his lead over Busch into 2.3-seconds with 15 laps to go at the very first stage.

On Lap 33, Bayley Currey struck the wall to draw out the first caution of the race. Most of the lead-lap cars chosen to pit with Bell the very first ever to come off pit road.

Cindric was clearly one of eight drivers to stick out and inherited the race lead when the race came back to green together with six laps left at the point. He had been followed closely by Annett along with Haley.

With 2 laps to go, Bell had left his way back up to next on tires.

Ronnie Bassett Jr. needed to start the race against the rear of the field after moving into a backup car on Friday.


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