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Points after the Cup race at Phoenix

Kyle Busch talks about his win in the 2018 Can-Am 500 at Phoenix, which secured him a spot in the Championship 4 at Homestead.

Joey Logano lost a left-rear tire in the middle of Stage 2 and retired. He was already locked in the Championship 4 with his Martinsville win. Logano finished 37th.

Kyle Busch won Stage 2 after getting fresh tires with 11 laps remaining in that segment. He seesawed in the final stage, but was up front when it mattered most. Busch won the Phoenix Cup race and takes momentum with him to Miami.

Martin Truex Jr. stayed out of trouble and finished 42 points above the cutoff line to advance. He finished 14th.

Kevin Harvick cut a right front tire with a handful of laps remaining in Stage 1. He missed a late-race accident and finished fifth.

Eliminated from the Top 8

Chase Elliott won Stage 1 to earn 10 points. He entered the pits as the leader on Lap 231, but was busted for speeding in the first section. That put him off sequence and Elliott was collected in an accident before finishing 23rd.

Kurt Busch was penalized for pulling up to pit during the last pit stop during Stage 2. He was penalized a lap. Busch was caught in the same accident as Elliott and finished 32nd.

Aric Almirola lined up alongside Kyle Busch on the final restart, but slipped up out of the groove and fell to fourth at the checkers.

Clint Bowyer lost a left rear tire on Lap 133. He hit the wall hard and was forced to retire in 35th.

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