A glance at the winners and losers from Sunday’s Cup Series race at Road America.
Chase Elliott – A highway course powerhouse, Elliott couldn’t be touched within the first two phases however noticed Reddick roar to the entrance within the remaining stage. Second place marked his third top-two end of the season.
Chris Buescher – Buescher had the day’s prime Ford, ending sixth behind 5 Chevrolets. It was his second greatest end of the season. Buescher completed 18th at Road America final 12 months.
Toyota – It was one other dismal day for Toyota groups. Martin Truex Jr. had the very best end among the many group with a thirteenth. Denny Hamlin was seventeenth and Christopher Bell 18th. Hamlin led one lap – the one lap led by a Toyota driver. Kyle Busch completed twenty ninth, the final automotive on the lead lap.
Brad Keselowski – The RFK Racing rebuild continues to be a tough grind. Keselowski completed thirty third, 4 laps behind.
Joey Logano – Logano has had a bitter season on highway programs. He was thirty first at Circuit of the Americas, seventeenth at Sonoma and twenty seventh Sunday at Road America.
Kevin Harvick – Although he completed tenth, he fell out of a playoff spot. With Tyler Reddick becoming the 13th driver to win this year and earn a spot within the playoffs, he bumped Harvick out of a playoff place with eight races left within the common season.