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30-Second Read: 4EVER 400 Presented by Mobil 1 at Homestead

(Photo Credit: Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

By Matt Marr

Martin Truex Jr. won his second pole of the season and led the field to the green. However, his lead was short-lived as Bubba Wallace immediately took it over.

With just four laps remaining in Stage One, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. spun and brought out the caution. It would end up finishing under yellow, giving the stage win to Kyle Larson.

Stage Two remained caution free. With four laps remaining, Ryan Blaney fought his away ahead of Larson and held on for the stage win.

With 55 laps to go in the race, Larson tried to follow Blaney onto pit road for the final green flag pit stops, but Larson overcooked it and plowed into the sand barrels at pit entrance, bringing out another caution, and giving Larson a DNF.

Shortly after returning to green, the caution came out again with 46 to go. A multi-car wreck ended the days of JJ Yeley, John Hunter Nemechek and Ross Chastain.

Denny Hamlin ran Blaney up the track fighting for the lead only to see Christopher Bell take it instead from third place.

Denny Hamlin got into the wall with 32 laps to go and brought out another caution.

Bell took the lead away from William Byron with 15 laps remaining and stayed there to win the 4EVER 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

4EVER 400 Presented by Mobil 1 Top 5:

1. Christopher Bell

2. Ryan Blaney

3. Tyler Reddick

4. William Byron

5. AJ Allmendinger


7. Ty Gibbs

10. Austin Dillon

20. Corey Lajoie

26. Ryan Newman


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