Joey Logano won the race at the rain delayed Bank of America 500. And Kevin Harvick finished second, for the 11th time this year and the 42nd time in his career. I checked - and that's not even the record for current drivers. According to, Tony Stewart has 43, Jimmie Johnson has 46 and Jeff Gordon has 75 second place finishes.

The record for second place finishes? Richard Petty had 157.

So, Harvick's got a ways to go.



Here are the "Chase" standings going into next Sunday's race at Kansas:

1) #22-Logano* [4 wins], 3048
2) #4-Harvick [3], 3042
3) #78-Truex, Jr.[1], 3041
4) #11-Hamlin[2], 3040
5) #41-Busch[2], 3039
6) #19-Edwards[2], 3039
7) #24-Gordon, 3037
8) #2-Keselowski[1], 3035
Top 8 advance to Eliminator round after Talladega

9) #31-Newman, 3029 - 6 out of 8th
10) #18-Busch[4], 3025 -10
11) #88-Earnhardt Jr.[2], 3016 -19
12) #20-Kenseth[5], 3003 -32

Speaking of Talladega, Eric Church will be the honorary pace car driver to start the 500 coming up on October 25th.

The next race will be the Hollywood Casino 400, next Sunday afternoon at Kansas Speedway. Green flag is scheduled for 2:31 our time and it WILL be on NBC-TV.

Join us Friday at 7:05AM for NASCAR News and a chance to pick drivers for the WITL Nation to see who'll win the WITL Cup - the greatest trophy in the world of sports.



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