It doesn't matter how many laps you lead, just as long as it's the last one. Jimmie Johnson passed Kyle Larson on an overtime restart to win at Dover's Monster Mile on Sunday for his third Cup victory of the season, his 11th at Dover and the 83rd of his career. It ties him with Cale Yarborough for sixth place on NASCAR's all-time win list.
Three races are completed in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship and Martin Truex, Jr. has won two of them. Racing at Dover International Speedway, what he considers his "home" track, Truex beat second-place Kyle Busch to the finish line by more than 7 and a half seconds for his second career victory at Dover and his fourth win this year.
Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Dover International Speedway came down to a wild finish over the last five laps with Kyle Larson looking for his first Cup victory hot on the tail of Matt Kenseth. On a couple of turns he pulled alongside of him, but using the outside groove Kenseth held on to the lead and won for the first time this season and third time at Dover. It's Kenseth's 37th Sprint Cup victo
Entering Sunday's race at Dover International Speedway in Delaware Kevin Harvick faced elimination from the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. He needed a victory to stay in the hunt and he not only won, he dominated the AAA 400.
After going three months before winning his first race of the season all of a sudden Jimmie Johnson has put together two in a row. Following up his Coca Cola 600 victory, Johnson dominated Dover's Monster Mile for his ninth career victory at the one mile track. He led 272 of the 400 laps and held off pole sitter Brad Keselowski on a late restart and very much looks like he could extend his strin
Just like clockwork. When the calendar turns to June, Tony Stewart gets in gear. He hadn't even had a Top 5 finish this season until Sunday at Dover International Speedway when he passed Juan Montoya with three laps to go to win his first race of the season and at the same time break a 30-race winless skid.