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Wrapup Martinsville

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

The Martinsville Speedway hosted two races for NASCAR’s top series this past week. On Saturday, the Camping World Truck Series ran its Kroger 250. The Sprint Cup featured the STP 500 on the 0.526 mile paved oval in Virginia on Sunday. The XFINITY Series will return to action on April 10 with the O'Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway (Ft. Worth, TX). Latest results for the ARCA Racing Series and the NASCAR Home Tracks are also shown below.

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Time Trials:
Joey Logano won the Coors Light Pole Award for the STP 500 with a lap of 19.232 seconds, 98.461 mph. This is the No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Ford Fusion driver's 10th pole in 225 NSCS races. It is his second pole and fifth top-10 start in 2015. This is Logano’s first pole in 13 races at Martinsville Speedway. He led 108 laps and finished the 500 lap race in third place.
Did Not Qualify: No. 62 Brendan Gaughan and No. 30 Ron Hornaday Jr.
Winner: Denny Hamlin won the STP 500, his 25th victory in 332 NSCS races. This is the No. 11 FedEx Express Toyota Camry driver's first victory and third top-10 finish in 2015. This is his fifth victory and 15th top-10 finish in 19 races at Martinsville Speedway. Hamlin has tied NASCAR Hall of Famer Joe Weatherly for the most NASCAR Sprint Cup Series wins by a Virginia native.

Contingency Awards - (Start, Finish, Points):
3M Lap Leader: Kevin Harvick, #4, 154 Laps (17th, 8th, LEADER)
Coors Light Pole Award: Joey Logano, #22, 98.461 mph (POLE, 3rd, 2nd)
Duralast Brakes "Brake in the Race": Joey Logano, #22
Mahle Clevite Engine Builder of the Race: Roush-Yates Engines, #22
Ingersoll Rand Power Move: Kurt Busch, #41, 5 positions (26th, 14th, 25th)
Mobil 1 Driver of the Race: Denny Hamlin, #11 (15th, WINNER, 9th)
Sherwin-Williams Fastest Lap: Chris Buescher, #34 (35th, 24th, NE)
Sunoco Rookie of the Race: Brett Moffitt, #55 (33rd, 28th, 30th)
  NE=Not eligible for driver points in this series.

Standings: Kevin Harvick leads the point standings by 24 points over Joey Logano.

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

Next:  Duck Commander 500, Saturday night, April 11, at Texas Motor Speedway (Ft. Worth, TX)
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Standings: Ty Dillon leads the point standings by 5 points over Chris Buescher.

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

Next:  O'Reilly Auto Parts 300, Friday, April 10 at Texas Motor Speedway (Ft. Worth, TX)
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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Time Trials:
Sprint Cup regular Joey Logano sweeps Martinsville weekend qualifying by winning the Keystone Light Pole Award for the Kroger 250 with a lap of 19.504 seconds, 97.088 mph. He also won the pole for the Sprint Cup STP 500 on the previous day. This is the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150 driver's first pole in seven NCWTS races. It is his first NCWTS pole and first top-10 start in 2015.
Did Not Qualify: No. 94 Wendell Chavous, No. 86 Brandon Brown, No. 74 Paige Decker and No. 87 Charles Buchanan Jr.
Winner: Joey Logano won the Kroger 250, his first victory in seven NCWTS races. This is the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150 driver's first NCWTS victory and first top-10 finish in 2015. He is the 26th driver to win a race in all three of NASCAR's national series. His victory was his first in seven NCWTS starts. Logano led 150 laps of the 258 lap event.

Contingency Awards - (Start, Finish, Points):
Keystone Light Pole Award: Joey Logano, #29, 97.088 mph (POLE, WINNER, NE)
Mahle Clevite Engine Builder of the Race: Roush Yates Engines, #29
Mobil 1 Driver of the Race: Matt Crafton, #88 (13th, 2nd, LEADER)
Sunoco Rookie of the Race: Erik Jones, #4 (4th, 3rd, 3rd)

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

Top 10 (G/L):
1. Matt Crafton +1
2. Tyler Reddick -1
3. Erik Jones
4. Johnny Sauter
5. James Buescher
6. John Wes Townley +6
7. Ray Black Jr. +1
8. Cameron Hayley +7
9. Spencer Gallagher +4
10. Ben Kennedy -3

Next: Kansas 250, Friday night, May 8 at Kansas Speedway (Kansas City, KS)
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ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards
March 14, ARCA Mobile 200 at Mobile (AL) International Speedway
Winner: Grant Enfinger - Pole: Austin Wayne Self (rain; lineup set by 2014 final owners points) - Points Leader: Grant Enfinger
Next: April 11, Nashville ARCA 200 at Fairgrounds Speedway (Nashville, TN)
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
March 28, K & N Pro Series-West 150 at Kern County Raceway Park (half-mile asphalt oval in Bakersfield, CA)
Winner: Dalton Sargeant   -   Pole: Dalton Sargeant -  Points Leader: Dalton Sargeant
Next: April 11, King Taco Catering/ NAPA Auto Parts 150 at Irwindale Speedway (half-mile asphalt oval in California)

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
March 28, Charles Keply Memorial 150 at Caraway Speedway (.455-mile asphalt oval in Sophia, NC)
Winner: Andy Seuss  -   Pole: Ryan Preece -  Points Leader: Eric Goodale
Next: April 4, South Boston 150 at South Boston Speedway (0.4 mile asphalt oval in Virginia)

Mexico Series
March 13, Toyota 120 at Phoenix International Raceway (Avondale, AZ)
Winner: Ruben Pardo  -   Pole: Ruben Pardo -  Points Leader: Ruben Pardo
Next: April 12, Potosina 200 at Autódromo Potosino in San Luis Potosi, Mexico

Anthony Ballantoni
Anthony Ballantoni is a Senior Sports Writer at Rotoworld.com.