How the Chase drivers fared
Leads the series with five wins and is locked into Round 2 of the Chase.
Continues to show he has a legitimate shot at earning that elusive fifth championship.
Like Keselowski, Logano had to overcome bad track position to start the race but rallied to finish fourth.
Harvick again led the most laps in a race (79 of 267 this time) but came up short of turning into Victory Lane.
Earnhardt never contended for the win, but his 11th-place finish was a vast improvement of his car’s performance on Friday and Saturday.
A sixth-place finish is just what Hamlin needed for boost of confidence to start the Chase and his first race with crew chief Darian Grubb since July.
Tangled on a late restart with his brother, Kurt, but was able to salvage a seventh-place finish.
The six-time Cup champion never really was in contention for the win and fell back to finish 12th on the last restart.
Contact with Kyle on that late restart hindered Kurt’s ability to contend for the win.
Kenseth ran around the top-10 most of the race but never got in position to challenge for the lead.
Was penalized twice for speeding on pit road but rallied to get back on the lead lap and finished 13th.
Edwards’ car cut a tire and slammed the wall on Lap 231, which forced him to make an extended trip to pit road. He finished 20th and a lap down.
A cut tire and speeding penalty on pit road took him out of contention early, but he managed to salvage a 15th place out of the day.
Complained about the car’s handling from the start and never was able to make much forward progress. He finished 22nd.
Never seemed to have the speed to compete Sunday and finished two laps down.
Was running among the top 10 the entire race until his engine blew on Lap 231.
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