NASCAR: Winners And Losers From New Hampshire

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Sep 25, 2016; Loudon, NH, USA; NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Carl Edwards leads the field after the green flag during the New England 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

NASCAR’s second race of the Chase was defined by a late restart. Take a look at a few winners and losers from the Bad Boy Off Road 300.

After an exciting first race of the Chase, NASCAR traveled to New Hampshire for the second race of the Round of 16.

The afternoon started off slow as we saw 123 laps before the first caution came out. After a streak of dominance from Martin Truex Jr., we saw the winner of the past two Loudon races–Matt Kenseth– take over for almost the entire second half of the race.

Then things got interesting late. Kyle Busch made a pit stop that brought him back into contention while drivers like Truex and Kevin Harvick began to provide Kenseth with more of a challenge.

Eventually, Harvick capitalized on a late caution and made the pass for the lead on the final restart of the race, giving him a win and a spot in the Round of 12.

Now, heading into the first elimination race of the Chase at Dover, Jamie McMurray, Austin Dillon, Tony Stewart and Chris Buescher will be looking to rise above the cut line and save their seasons.

Let’s take a look at a few winners from Sunday’s race.

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