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Dover winners and losers

Marty Snider, Steve Letarte and Brad Daugherty break down the winners and losers from Dover Motor Speedway, including Josh Berry filling in for Alex Bowman and Kyle Larson being unable to finish the race.

A look at the winners and losers from Monday’s race at Dover Motor Speedway.


Truex family — Ryan Truex scored his first career Xfinity win on Saturday and big brother Martin won Monday’s Cup race to give the Truex brothers a sweep of the Dover weekend.

Ryan Blaney — Scored his best career finish at Dover in 13 races, placing third. He had only two top-10 results in 12 previous Dover Cup races. Monday’s result also is Blaney’s third consecutive top 10 this season.

Josh Berry — Finished 10th in his first race in the No. 48 for the injured Alex Bowman. Berry will remain in that ride until Bowman comes back from his injury.

Corey LaJoie — His 14th-place finish is his best result at Dover in 10 career Cup starts there. His previous best finish at the track was 18th last year. He had not had a top-20 finish at Dover until last year.


Joey Logano — A bad day ended in a crash and a 31st-place finish — his third finish of 30th or worse in the past four races.

Brennan Poole and Kyle Larson — Making his Cup debut this season, Poole was hit from behind by Ross Chastain and turned. The contact sent Poole up the track and into Larson’s path. The contact eliminated Poole, who placed 33rd. Larson finished 32nd and was 41 laps behind the leaders after repairs.

Ross Chastain — Although he finished second, his contact with Brennan Poole again overshadowed his performance. While Chastain apologized for the incident, it’s just another on-track incident for him.