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LOUDON, N.H. — Christopher Bell became the season’s 14th different winner Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and altered the playoff image.
Bell’s victory moved Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Martin Truex Jr. to the final playoff spot with six races left.
Truex gained each levels and led a race-high 172 of 301 laps however completed fourth after a pit name and restart within the remaining stage went towards him.
Truex leads Kevin Harvick by 68 factors for the ultimate switch spot. Drivers can earn not more than 60 factors in a race, which means Harvick is greater than a full race behind Truex.
Harvick entered the race 19 factors behind Bell for the ultimate playoff spot. Via the primary two levels, Harvick outscored Bell 15-7. That put Harvick solely 11 factors out the ultimate playoff spot going into the ultimate stage.
With Bell successful, Harvick went from 11 factors all the way down to 68 factors out of the playoffs.
Six races stay within the common season. The sequence subsequent goes to Pocono Raceway. Sunday’s protection on USA Community begins with Countdown to Inexperienced at 2 p.m. ET. Race protection begins at 3 p.m. ET.
Justin Allgaier’s victory this past weekend at New Hampshire was his third of the season and didn’t alter the playoff image.
Landon Cassill’s car was one of two disqualified for failing post-race inspection. That dropped Cassill from third to thirty seventh. He was credited with one level.
He’s 61 factors behind Cassill for the ultimate playoff spot.
Eight races stay within the common season. The sequence races Saturday at Pocono Raceway (5 p.m. ET on USA Community).