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Winners and losers after Saturday’s Cup race at Pocono

Kyle Petty and Dale Jarrett break down Kevin Harvick's winning strategy at Pocono and try to determine who will bounce back on the second day of the first-ever NASCAR Cup Series doubleheader weekend.


Kevin Harvick — Finally scores that elusive Cup victory at Pocono Raceway.

Stewart-Haas Racing — Placed three of its drivers in the top 10.Kevin Harvick won. Aric Almirola placed third. Clint Bowyer finished seventh.

Joe Gibbs Racing — Had three of its drivers finish in the top 10. Denny Hamlin finished second. Kyle Busch placed fifth. Martin Truex Jr. was sixth.

Front Row Motorsports: Michael McDowell’s eighth-place finish marked the first time the organization has posted back-to-back top-10 finishes. McDowell’s run came a week after John Hunter Nemechek was eighth at Talladega.

Christopher Bell — Finished a career-high fourth on Saturday.


Erik Jones — Saw his streak of three consecutive top-five finishes at Pocono end after a crash with Tyler Reddick.

Joey Logano — Was running in the top 10 late in the race when his left front tire blew. He finished 36th. He did win a stage and finish second in the other.