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Race Recap: Phoenix – The Profit on CNBC 500

phoenix1nscs_harvickburnout_030214*Note: the results below are UNOFFICIAL and may change*

Important Happenings:

Lap 35 – Caution #1! Scheduled competition caution because of the rain last night.

Lap 74 – Kevin Harvick gets to the lead from his 13th-place starting position. Joey Logano led most of the way until now.

Lap 163 – Caution #2! Debris. Brian Vickers cuts a tire down during the caution and hits the wall.

Lap 171 – Caution #3! Danica Patrick and Justin Allgaier get together, collecting Travis Kvapil as well.

Lap 188 – Caution #4! Danica Patrick cuts a tire down and wrecks once again. Kasey Kahne gets the free pass.

Lap 216 – Kurt Busch reports that he’s losing the engine. He was running in the high teens at the time.

Lap 240 – Parker Kligerman brings his carto the garage with a major vibration.

Lap 248 – Caution #5! Debris. Carl Edwards gets the free pass.

Lap 278 – Caution #6! Debris. Casey Mears gets the free pass.

Lap 286 – Caution #7! David Gilliland cuts down a tire and spins. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. gets the free pass.

Lap 297 – Caution #8! Kurt Busch’s engine officially blows. Kyle Larson gets the free pass.

Race Results:

  1. Kevin Harvick (lead most laps)
  2. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
  3. Brad Keselowski
  4. Joey Logano
  5. Jeff Gordon
  6. Jimmie Johnson
  7. Ryan Newman
  8. Carl Edwards
  9. Kyle Busch
  10. Jamie McMurray
  11. Kasey Kahne
  12. Matt Kenseth
  13. Clint Bowyer
  14. Casey Mears
  15. Aric Almirola
  16. Tony Stewart
  17. Greg Biffle
  18. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
  19. Denny Hamlin
  20. Kyle Larson
  21. Marcos Ambrose
  22. Martin Truex, Jr.
  23. Paul Menard
  24. Austin Dillon
  25. Brian Vickers
  26. A.J. Allmendinger
  27. Cole Whitt
  28. David Ragan
  29. David Gilliland
  30. Justin Allgaier
  31. Reed Sorenson
  32. Brian Scott
  33. Michael McDowell
  34. Michael Annett
  35. Ryan Truex
  36. Danica Patrick
  37. Blake Koch
  38. Travis Kvapil
  39. Kurt Busch
  40. Joe Nemechek
  41. Alex Bowman
  42. Parker Kligerman
  43. Morgan Shepherd

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