Brad Keselowski led 75 laps to pick up the victory in the South Point 400, the first playoff race of 2018. The win was his third in a row,and books him an automatic spot in the next round of the playoffs. "To start off the playoffs with the win, that's really strong," Keselowski told
Martin Truex Jr. started up front Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway. After a dominant performance that included 174 laps-led, he was also able to take his fourth win of the season to pull within one victory of point leaders Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick. "Just left it in gear and it just rolled away,"
Kevin Harvick led all the way in the 10-lap concluding segment of the race, pocketing $1 million for the victory. A wreck involving Kyle Larson and Joey Logano put a wrinkle into Harvick's seemingly comfortable victory, he would have to win one final late race restart instead. He outran second-place Daniel Suarez by .32 of a second.
Kevin Harvick swept the first two stages,tracking down teammate Clint Bowyer in the final stage for the lead after a 41-minute delay. Once it started up again, Harvick cruised into victory lane in the Haas Ford. This is the fourth victory of the season for Harvick, and breaks the tie with Kyle Busch for three
Joey Logano grabbed the win at Talladega for his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win of the 2018 season and his third all-time at Talledega. Joey Logano was in pole position when the race returned to green with 17 laps remaining,he had Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick along with Chase Elliott breathing down his neck.Logano
Kyle Busch raced to his third straight victory. Starting 32nd but eventually working his way into the thick of the lead pack, outrunning Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin for his fifth career victory at Richmond. This victory is Kyle Busch's 46th career Cup win and came from the deepest starting position