Kansas NASCAR Cup Series complete race results

Denny Hamlin passed Kevin Harvick late, and then fended off a hard-charging Brad Keselowski to capture his fifth victory of the 2020 season at Kansas Speedway.

Kansas NASCAR Cup Series complete race results

The playoff picture changed yet again at Kansas as Jimmie Johnson got involved in a mid-race accident, falling 18 points below the cut line.

William Byron took his place on the bubble in 16th, ten points clear of Tyler Reddick.

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Cla # Driver Manufacturer Laps Time Gap Interval Laps Led Status
1 11 United States Denny Hamlin Toyota 267 3:17'14.317     57  
2 2 United States Brad Keselowski Ford 267 3:17'14.827 0.510 0.510 30  
3 19 United States Martin Truex Jr. Toyota 267 3:17'15.073 0.756 0.246 44  
4 4 United States Kevin Harvick Ford 267 3:17'17.682 3.365 2.609 9  
5 20 United States Erik Jones Toyota 267 3:17'17.910 3.593 0.228    
6 10 United States Aric Almirola Ford 267 3:17'21.254 6.937 3.344    
7 41 United States Cole Custer Ford 267 3:17'22.094 7.777 0.840    
8 88 United States Alex Bowman Chevrolet 267 3:17'24.268 9.951 2.174 6  
9 1 United States Kurt Busch Chevrolet 267 3:17'24.534 10.217 0.266    
10 24 United States William Byron Chevrolet 267 3:17'25.059 10.742 0.525 27  
11 18 United States Kyle Busch Toyota 267 3:17'25.218 10.901 0.159 52  
12 9 United States Chase Elliott Chevrolet 267 3:17'26.257 11.940 1.039    
13 8 United States Tyler Reddick Chevrolet 267 3:17'26.443 12.126 0.186    
14 14 United States Clint Bowyer Ford 267 3:17'28.316 13.999 1.873    
15 13 United States Ty Dillon Chevrolet 267 3:17'30.279 15.962 1.963    
16 34 United States Michael McDowell Ford 267 3:17'30.667 16.350 0.388    
17 42 United States Matt Kenseth Chevrolet 267 3:17'31.129 16.812 0.462    
18 96 Mexico Daniel Suarez Toyota 267 3:17'38.579 24.262 7.450    
19 38 United States John Hunter Nemechek Ford 266 3:17'37.683 1 Lap 1 Lap    
20 12 United States Ryan Blaney Ford 266 3:17'38.829 1 Lap 1.146 15  
21 32 United States Corey Lajoie Ford 266 3:17'45.489 1 Lap 6.660    
22 27 United States J.J. Yeley Ford 265 3:17'30.186 2 Laps 1 Lap    
23 95 United States Christopher Bell Toyota 264 3:17'24.357 3 Laps 1 Lap    
24 00 United States Quin Houff Chevrolet 260 3:17'27.021 7 Laps 4 Laps    
25 53 United States Josh Bilicki Chevrolet 260 3:17'34.335 7 Laps 7.314    
26 77 United States Garrett Smithley Chevrolet 260 3:17'35.912 7 Laps 1.577    
27 3 United States Austin Dillon Chevrolet 251 3:17'19.182 16 Laps 9 Laps    
28 6 United States Ryan Newman Ford 251 3:17'26.842 16 Laps 7.660    
29 51 United States Joey Gase Ford 251 3:17'46.942 16 Laps 20.100    
30 15 United States Brennan Poole Chevrolet 219 3:17'29.256 48 Laps 32 Laps    
31 7 United States Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 216 2:50'56.500 51 Laps 3 Laps   Electrical
32 48 United States Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet 200 2:35'49.118 67 Laps 16 Laps   DVP
33 17 United States Chris Buescher Ford 182 2:14'25.421 85 Laps 18 Laps   Accident
34 37 United States Ryan Preece Chevrolet 181 2:13'28.030 86 Laps 1 Lap   Accident
35 22 United States Joey Logano Ford 176 2:05'29.987 91 Laps 5 Laps 27 Accident
36 21 United States Matt DiBenedetto Ford 175 2:04'28.184 92 Laps 1 Lap   Accident
37 43 United States Bubba Wallace Chevrolet 170 1:57'34.851 97 Laps 5 Laps   Accident
38 66 United States Timmy Hill Toyota 116 1:54'05.628 151 Laps 54 Laps   Electrical
39 78 United States B.J. McLeod Chevrolet 66 43'20.816 201 Laps 50 Laps   Rear gear
40 47 United States Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Chevrolet 58 35'58.551 209 Laps 8 Laps   Electrical
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