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Wrap-up

Wrap-up Las Vegas

by Anthony Ballantoni
Updated On: October 4, 2018, 4:04 pm ET

The Las Vegas Motor Speedway (LVMS) hosted two races for NASCAR’s top series this past week. On Saturday, the XFINITY Series ran its Boyd Gaming 300. The Sprint Cup featured the Kobalt 400 at the Nevada track on Sunday.  The Camping World Truck Series will return to action on March 28 with the Kroger 250 at Martinsville (VA) Speedway. Results for the ARCA Racing Series and the NASCAR Home Tracks are also shown below.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Time Trials:
Jeff Gordon won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Kobalt 400 with a track qualifying record lap of 27.738 seconds, 194.679 mph. The previous record was set in 2014 by Joey Logano (27.939 sec/193.278 mph). This is the No. 24 3M Chevrolet SS driver's 79th pole in 764 NSCS races. It is his second pole and second top-10 start in 2015. This is his first pole in 18 races at LVMS. Gordon has now won at least one pole at every track except Kentucky Speedway and Kansas Speedway.
Gordon wrecked during final practice, needed a backup car for the race and had to start from the rear of the field on Sunday. He finished the race in 18th place.
Did Not Qualify: No. 32 Mike Bliss, No. 29 Reed Sorenson, No. 44 Travis Kvapil, No. 66 Mike Wallace and No. 83 Matt DiBenedetto.
Winner: Kevin Harvick won the Kobalt 400, his 29th victory in 505 NSCS races. This is the No. 4 Jimmy John's/Budweiser Chevrolet SS driver's first victory and third top-10 finish in 2015. It is his first victory and sixth top-10 finish in 15 races at LVMS. This is the sixth consecutive race where Harvick has finished either first or second, extending back to the race at Texas Motor Speedway in 2014. The last time a driver had six consecutive top-two finishes was Jeff Gordon in 1996.

Contingency Awards - (Start, Finish, Points):
Coors Light Pole Award: Jeff Gordon, #24, 194.679 mph (POLE, 18th, 30th)
3M Lap Leader: Kevin Harvick, #4, 142 Laps (18th, WINNER, LEADER)
Mahle Clevite Engine Builder of the Race: Hendrick Engines, #4
Mobil 1 Driver of the Race: Kevin Harvick, #4
Moog Chassis Parts Problem Solver: Kevin Harvick, #4 Rodney Childers, 0.306 seconds
Sherwin-Williams Fastest Lap: Kyle Larson, #42 Lap 2, 184.397 seconds (5th, 8th, 21st)
Sunoco Rookie of the Race: Jeb Burton, #26 (41st, 40th, 39th)
Duralast Brakes "Brake in the Race": Joey Logano, #22 (2nd, 10th, 3rd)
Ingersoll Rand Power Move: Austin Dillon, #3, 8 positions (25th, 20th, 22nd)

Standings: Kevin Harvick leads the point standings by 9 points over Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Top 16 - Chase Contenders (G/L):
1. Kevin Harvick +2
2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. +2
3. Joey Logano -2
4. Martin Truex Jr. +1
5. AJ Allmendinger +3
6. Kasey Kahne +1
7. Jimmie Johnson -5
8. Denny Hamlin +11
9. Casey Mears -3
10. Matt Kenseth +8
11. Greg Biffle +2
12. Ryan Newman +9
13. Paul Menard +4
14. Clint Bowyer -4
15. Aric Almirola +9
16. Brad Keselowski +6

Next:  Campingworld.com 400(k), Sunday, March 15 at Phoenix International Raceway (Avondale, AZ)
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NASCAR XFINITY Series
Time Trials: 
Sprint Cup regular Austin Dillon (No. 3 Chevrolet SS) won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Boyd Gaming 300 with a lap of 29.295 seconds, 184.332 mph. This is the No. 33 Rheem Chevrolet Camaro driver's 12th pole in 80 NXS races. It is his second pole and second top-10 NSX start in 2015. He also won the pole at Daytona. It is his first pole in three NXS races at LVMS.
Did Not Qualify: No. 92 Dexter Bean and No. 97 Josh Reaume.
Winner: Austin Dillon won the Boyd Gaming 300, his third victory in 80 NXS races. This is the No. 33 Rheem Chevrolet Camaro driver's first victory and second top-10 NXS finish in 2015. It is his first victory and third top-10 finish in three NXS races at LVMS. Dillon led the most laps (183) in the 200 lap event.

Contingency Awards - (Start, Finish, Points):
Coors Light Pole Award: Austin Dillon, #33, 184.332 mph (POLE, WINNER, NE)
3M Lap Leader: Austin Dillon, #33, 183 Laps
Duralast Brakes "Brake in the Race": Austin Dillon, #33
Mahle Clevite Engine Builder: Earnhardt-Childress Racing Engines, #33
Mobil 1 Driver of the Race: Darrell Wallace Jr. #6 (12th, 7th, 4th)
Sunoco Rookie of the Race: Darrell Wallace Jr. #6
  NE=Not eligible for driver points in this series.

Standings: Ty Dillon leads the point standings by 6 points over Chris Buescher.

Top 10 (G/L):
1. Ty Dillon 1
2. Chris Buescher -1
3. Ryan Reed
4. Darrell Wallace Jr.
5. Chase Elliott +3
6. Regan Smith +8
7. Brendan Gaughan +5
8. David Starr -2
9. Elliott Sadler 2
10. Ross Chastain -1

Next:  Axalta 200, Saturday, March 14 at Phoenix International Raceway (Avondale, AZ)
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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Standings: Tyler Reddick leads the point standings by 2 points over Matt Crafton.

Top 10 (G/L):
1. Tyler Reddick
2. Matt Crafton +3
3. Erik Jones -1
4. Johnny Sauter +2
5. James Buescher +7
6. Bryan Silas -2
7. Ben Kennedy +15
8. Ray Black Jr. -5
9. Joe Nemechek +6
10. Korbin Forrister -3

Next: Kroger 250, Saturday, March 28 at Martinsville (VA) Speedway
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ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards
February 14, Lucas Oil 200 at Daytona International Speedway
Winner: Grant Enfinger  -   Pole: Mark Thompson  -   Points Leader: Grant Enfinger
Next: March 14, ARCA Mobile 200 at Mobile (AL) International Speedway
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NASCAR Home Tracks
K&N Pro Series-East
February 15, Hart to Heart Breast Cancer Foundation 150 at Daytona International Speedway
Winner: Austin Hill  -   Pole: Austin Hill -  Points Leader: Austin Hill
Next: April 4 at Greenville Pickens Speedway (Easley, SC)

K&N Pro Series-West
2014 NKNPS-West Champion: Greg Pursley
2014 Sunoco Rookie of the Year: James Bickford
Season Premier: March 28, K & N Pro Series-West 150 at Kern County Raceway Park (Bakersfield, CA)

Canadian Tire Series
2014 Canadian Tire Series Champion: L.P. Dumoulin
2014 Canadian Tire Series Rookie of the Year: Matthew Scannell
Season Premier: May 17 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (near Bowmanville, Ontario)

Whelen Modified Tour
2014 NWMT Champion: Doug Coby
2014 Sunoco Rookie of the Year: Timmy Solomito
Season Premier: April 12, Icebreaker 150 at Thompson (CT) Speedway Motorsports Park

Whelen Southern Modified Tour
2014 NWSMT Champion: Andy Seuss
2014 Sunoco Rookie of the Year: Spencer Davis
Season Premier: March 14 at Caraway Speedway (Sophia, NC)

Mexico Series
2014 NMS Champion: Abraham Calderon
Season Premier: March 13 at Phoenix International Raceway (Avondale, AZ)
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Anthony Ballantoni
Anthony Ballantoni is a Senior Sports Writer at Rotoworld.com.