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HARVICK GOES STRAIGHT INTO THE TURN 1 WALL. pic.twitter.com/aB78hjRIst
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Who made it to the Round of 8 in Nascar?
NASCAR at Charlotte results: Kyle Larson clinches spot in Round of 8 with chaotic Roval 400 win. Kyle Larson will advance in the NASCAR playoffs after a chaotic Rovel 400 race. Sporting NewsNASCAR at Charlotte results: Kyle Larson clinches spot in Round of 8 with chaotic Roval 400 win
How many laps is the Roval 400?
NASCAR race at Charlotte Roval live updates: Kyle Larson wins; Byron, Harvick out. NASCAR's Bank of America Roval 400 is today at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The Cup playoff cutoff race is 2 p.m. on NBC. The race is 252.88 miles (109 laps) with stages ending on laps 25, 50 and 109. Charlotte ObserverNASCAR race at Charlotte Roval live updates: Kyle Larson wins; Byron, Harvick out
12 October, 2021 - 11:04pm
Joe Gibbs Racing crew chief Ben Beshore has been suspended one race and fined $20,000 after Kyle Busch‘s No. 18 Toyota had two loose lug nuts after the most recent NASCAR Cup Series race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL, NASCAR announced Oct. 12 in its post-race penalty report.
Busch’s group was one of three Cup teams to be named in the report, along with one NASCAR Xfinity Series team.
Busch finished fourth at the ROVAL and advanced to the Round of 8.
For the Texas race, Busch will have his race engineer Seth Chavaka atop his pit box. Chavaka also served as the crew chief for Erik Jones last year in the second race at Darlington Raceway. Jones finished fifth in that race.
Crew chiefs Chris Gabehart and Scott Graves were both fined $10,000 after their respective cars had one loose lug nut. Gabehart is the crew chief for Denny Hamlin, who finished fifth and advanced to the Round of 8. Graves crew chiefs the No. 17 Ford, which Chris Buescher piloted to a third-place finish.
In the Xfinity Series, Kaulig Racing crew chief Alex Yontz was fined $10,000 for one loose lugnut on the No. 11. Justin Haley wheeled it to a fourth-place finish to advance to the Round of 8.
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