What time did the Coca-Cola 600 end?

With the delay, the race finished at 12:30 am EDT on Memorial Day Monday. Danica Patrick leads 7 laps becoming the first woman to lead the Coca-Cola 600.

Who won the Coca-Cola 600?

Denny Hamlin
Denny Hamlin Finally Scores His First Coca-Cola 600 Victory.

Who won the 600 race today?

Denny Hamlin earned his 48th career NASCAR Cup victory, winning the Coca-Cola 600 in overtime Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

What is the starting lineup for Nascar Coca-Cola 600?

Starting lineup for Charlotte race

Starting pos. Driver Team
1 Denny Hamlin Joe Gibbs Racing
2 Kurt Busch 23XI Racing
3 Christopher Bell Joe Gibbs Racing
4 Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing

Who won Charlotte 600 yesterday?

Denny Hamlin captures first career Coca-Cola 600 victory at Charlotte, prevailing in double overtime. CONCORD, N.C.

How long was the Coca-Cola 600 today?

As Buescher’s car spun through the infield turf, it ended up getting launched into the air and rolled over five times before coming to rest on the roof. Buescher climbed out of his car and was uninjured. In the end, this year’s Coca-Cola 600 took five hours, eight minutes, and 16 seconds to complete.

Who won Cup race at Charlotte?

Denny Hamlin held the lead on the final restart and did just enough to hold off Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch, winning the Coca-Cola 600 in double overtime at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Who won the pole at Charlotte?

Denny Hamlin snatched his first Busch Light Pole Award of the season on Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, putting his No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota on the front row for the 2022 Coca-Cola 600. Hamlin clocked a 29.399-second and 183.68-mph lap around Charlotte’s 1.5-mile oval to secure P1.

How many cars in Coca-Cola 600?

The multiple overtimes made this the longest NASCAR race of all-time. CONCORD, North Carolina — Of the 37 cars that started the 63rd running of the Coca-Cola 600, the vast majority of them ended up either torn up, chewed up, spun out or turned over — which included Denny Hamlin.

Who won the indy 500?

Marcus Ericsson
Marcus Ericsson won the 106th Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, capturing the race in a frantic finish after a Jimmie Johnson crash caused a red flag with four laps to go. Read more.