NASCAR Cup Series races on July 31, 2022, at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Verizon 200 at Brickyard is scheduled for 82 laps, in stages 15, 20 and 47.
This is the second year that the Cup cars have competed on the 2,439-mile 14-lap circuit. Tyler Riddick, who won the Road Raceway America earlier in July, took first place in Sunday’s race. AJ Allmendinger won the 2021 race, and also won the Xfinity Series race on Saturday.
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Tyler Riddick wins the NASCAR Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Tyler Riddick rolls off pole to win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The booming NASCAR Cup road track master leads 38 laps and wins overtime on the 14 laps 2,439-mile road course. Austin Cendrick finished second. Ross Chastain crossed lane 2 but finished 27th. He missed Turn 1 on the last restart and used the access lane to get back on the track; NASCAR punished him.
The incubator also won the Road Course in America in early July. He is the sixth driver to have multiple wins this year, but he is the only one to have both wins on the road courses.
AJ Allmendinger, who finished seventh, needs to take care of the overheating. NBC reported late in the race that the cooling features on his racing suit were not working properly.
There are 16 courses available at the end of August, 14 places for drivers who have won the race. Among the drivers who have yet to win a race, Ryan Blaney finished 27th and Martin Truex Jr. 22nd. Since the current standings is currently in place, they will also go through the playoffs.
NASCAR Cup Race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
restart overtime: Tyler Riddick leads into Turn 1. Ryan Blaney turns 1. Ross Chastain runs off the track and uses the access lane to return to the track and pass Riddick. However, Reddick gets Chastain at the end of the lap.
Lap restart 80: Tyler Reddick beats Chase Elliott, who is spinning out of Turn 1. William Byron and Ryan Blaney participate. More drivers spin into Turns 1 and 2 as Reddick gets the edge. AJ Allmendinger is in second, but another caveat as Austin Dellion is stuck in the gravel.
lap 77: Christopher Bell crashes along the front on the spot, triggering a warning. His right and front tire failed before he was hit.
lap 74: Chase Elliott got Ryan Blaney for second. Blaney tires are much older than the other winning tires.
lap 72: With 10 laps remaining, Tyler Riddick beats Ryan Blaney by more than two seconds. Cup leader Chase Elliott finished third, AJ Alminger fourth and William Byron fifth. Cole Custer spins during his struggle with Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
lap restart 65: Tyler Riddick takes the lead, with Ryan Blaney, AJ Alminger and Chase Elliott in pursuit. Christopher Bell loses a lot of spots, Kevin Harvick and Alex Bowman get together as several others have to avoid rubbing in the grass between the seventh and eighth laps.
lap 61: Kyle Larson and Ty Dillon meet at Turn 1, and there’s a caveat. It seemed that he was unharmed after a major impact. “All I saw was a blue flash (the color of Larson’s car),” Dillon said after he was discharged from the inpatient facility.
lap 60: Daniil Kvyat slows down on the track and returns the car to the pit road.
lap 56: AJ Allmendinger, who won twice on this track last year, is enjoying some time at the front of the field. However, he has another stop to make.
lap 53: Brad Keselowski spins again.
lap 50: Tyler Riddick challenges Christopher Bell for the lead, and takes Turn 14. Riddick digs at the end of lap 51.
lap 45: Christopher Bell holds 2+ seconds on Tyler Riddick. Bubba Wallace is in third place.
lap 41: Brad Keselowski went off the track in Turn 7.
Replay lap 40: Christopher Bell and Bubba Wallace lead the field. In rare cases, no driver is spun into the first turn.
Lap 35, second stage: Christopher Bell won the stage, the first of his Cup career, with Kyle Busch second. Row 1 rookies Tyler Riddick and Austin Sendrick on Lap 33. Drivers who have had adventures in Turn 1 so far – to name a few – AJ Allmendinger, Harrison Burton, Cole Custer, Aric Almirola, Kyle Larson, Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, Chase Elliott, Alex Bowman, Denny Hamlin, Ross Chastain, and Justin Haley.
lap 27: Another case of Turn 1: AJ Allmendinger runs, and Harrison Burton and Cole Custer collide there as well.
lap 24By: Kyle Larson and Eric Almerola have flat tires. They meet – of course – on the first floor.
20 . lap restart: Ryan Blaney and William Byron lead the field. Kevin Harvick is spun into Turn Two and Alex Bowman takes out with a hit on the left. Blaney and Byron stayed 1-2.
Lap 15, first stage: Chase Briscoe wins the stage, with Ryan Blaney second. Tyler Riddick and Austin Sindrick instigated at the end of lap 13.
lap 13: Chris Bucher’s car needs to be extinguished in his pit trunk. Also, Chase Elliott goes off the track in Turn 1.
7 . lapBrad Keselowski turns and exits at Turn 1. 12th place started but 23rd race.
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lap 2: Ross Chastain is spun. Austin Sendrick takes home the Chase Briscoe Award for second place.
lap 1: Justin Haley, who started 17th, spins in Turn One. Tyler Riddick maintains his lead, but Chase Briscoe passes Austin Sendrick to take second.
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NASCAR Cup starting lineup
- (8) Tyler Riddick, Chevrolet, 99.378 mph.
- (2) Austin Sendrick, Ford, 99.095.
- (14) Chase Briscoe, Ford, 98.962.
- (20) Christopher Bell, Toyota, 98.721.
- (22) Joey Logano, Ford, 98.476.
- (12) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 98,444.
- (34) Michael McDowell, Ford, 98.330.
- (9) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 98.226.
- (38) Todd Gilliland, Ford, 98.004.
- (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 97.429.
- (99) Daniel Suarez, Chevrolet, 98.449.
- (6) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 98.440.
- (21) Harrison Burton, Ford, 98.418.
- (10) Eric Almerola, Ford, 98.410.
- (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 98.405.
- (17) Chris Bucher, Ford, 98.345.
- (31) Justin Healy, Chevrolet, 98.341.
- (23) Bubba Wallace, Toyota, 98.291.
- (16) A.J. Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 98.250.
- (1) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 98.230.
- (5) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 98.224.
- (24) William Byron, Chevrolet, 98.098.
- (41) Cole Custer, Ford, 97.990.
- (19) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota, 97.989.
- (45) T. Gibbs, Toyota, 97.938.
- (15) Joy Hand, Ford, 97.930.
- (48) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, 97.555.
- (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 97.494.
- (42) T Dillon, Chevrolet, 97.348.
- (77) Josh Bellecki, Chevrolet, 96.447.
- (51) Cody Ware, Ford, 96.159.
- (27) Loris Heismans, Ford, 95.966.
- (43) Eric Jones, Chevrolet, 95.956.
- (26) Daniil Kvyat, Toyota, 95.499.
- (78) Josh Williams, Ford, 93.321.
- (47) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Chevrolet, 84.970.