Eric Al Merola, Doug Turnbull, Kyle Larson discussed on Programming


Do so now of that number 24 exhaust to make Oh Chevrolet. Now down to Doug Turnbull have heard multiple reports from teams, particularly Denny Hamlin that on their digital dashboards in the right in front of them behind the steering wheel, they cannot see their lap times. Hamlin's has been frozen on 36 plus seconds, which is not accurate at all. And that's an advantage that drivers used to see if what they're trying. Each lap is better or worse. And we've heard that for multiple teams here on this into pit road, so some kind of issue with the S and T data. Whatever feeds those dashboards, So we're about to go green flag racing again. NASCAR hurrying things up as we are again, maybe fighting some weather issues coming our way. So as we get set to restart this race Denny Hamlin your leader. Kyle Busch's second Hamlin takes inside Bush gets the outside of row one Tyler Reddick, 3rd 4th, Kyle Larson, Joey Logano, fifth At Kozlowski, 6th 7th, Alex Bowman, Matt To Benedetto, 8th 9th, Austin Dillon, William Byron Intent, 11th is cursed. Bush followed by Eric Al Merola, Martin Truex Jr 13th Christopher Bell 14, Ryan Blaney, 15th 16th Chris Buscher Chase Briscoe's 17th 18th is Chase Elliott 19th is Kevin, Harvard and Ryan Priest is going to be 20 appears. We get ready for the restart pace car dives onto the pit lane. They are now in the Geico restart zone, and we're about to completely 29 again Lap 80. We'll end stage number one in the Quaker State. 400 Green flag is out and again, it is Denny Hamlin the inside with a slight advantage. Kyle was hung on pretty tough. But now to the inside goes Tyler Reddick. He'll race side by side for.

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