NASCAR Race in New Hampshire Rescheduled for Monday
In a disappointing turn of events for racing fans, the NASCAR Cup Series’ lone race in New England was postponed on Sunday due to inclement weather. However, there is a silver lining as the race has been rescheduled for Monday, giving fans an extra day of racing action.
This race holds great significance in the season as there are only seven races left until the playoffs begin. As of now, 11 drivers have already secured their spots in the playoffs with wins. Leading the standings and projected playoff points is William Byron, who has secured an impressive four wins this season. Other top contenders include Kyle Busch with three wins, and Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Larson with two wins each.
Despite the success of these drivers, there are still several winless competitors hoping to secure a victory and a spot in the playoffs. Kevin Harvick, Chris Buescher, and Brad Keselowski are among those looking to make their mark. Harvick and Keselowski have had notable success at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, with Harvick winning four times and Keselowski with two wins, including a victory last year.
The upcoming race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway has been dubbed the Crayon 301 and is set to start at 12 p.m. ET on Monday. Viewers can catch the race on USA Network. The race consists of 301 laps around the 1.058-mile track, covering a total distance of 318.46 miles. It will be divided into three segments, with specific lap counts for each stage: Stage 1 (70 laps), Stage 2 (115 laps), and Stage 3 (116 laps).
The most recent race at New Hampshire was won by Christopher Bell, who led the final 42 laps and beat Chase Elliott by 5.439 seconds. The lineup for the Crayon 301 race includes top drivers such as Christopher Bell, Martin Truex Jr., and Aric Almirola in the front starting positions.
As the rescheduled race approaches, anticipation builds among fans and drivers alike. It promises to be an exciting competition as drivers battle it out for victory and a chance to secure their place in the playoffs. Stay tuned for all the thrilling action at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
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