NASCAR Verizon 200 on the Brickyard: Top moments from Indiana

The NASCAR Cup Collection wraps up its July schedule Sunday with the Verizon 200 on the Brickyard.

The two.5-mile, 160-lap race returns for the primary time since 2020. 

Tyler Reddick scored the pole in Saturday’s qualifier and led the sector to begin.

Listed below are the highest moments from Indianapolis Motor Speedway:

Engines fired

Sunday’s race is simply the second on the speedway’s 14-turn highway course configuration. The defending champion is AJ Allmendinger, who pulled off a shocking upset within the remaining laps of final 12 months’s race.

Inexperienced!

It was five-wide going into Flip 1, which did not work out properly for anybody concerned, particularly Justin Haley, who went for an early spin and needed to go to pit highway.

In the meantime, Reddick led the opening lap, whereas Chase Briscoe and Austin Cindric battled for second.

Round they go

It was extra chaos early, as Ross Chastain spun in Flip 1, adopted by Denny Hamlin spinning out in Flip 6. Each drivers had been in a position to proceed, however they fell again to twenty ninth and thirty second, respectively.

Mayhem!

Issues obtained off to a wild begin and stayed that approach as the primary stage continued. 

Chris Buescher’s No. 17 Ford went up in flames, as he introduced it to pit highway on the finish of the stage.

Elsewhere, Chase Elliott spun coming into Flip 1 and went over a curb.

Stage 1 full

Briscoe gained the primary stage, opting to remain out on the observe and earn some stage factors and decide up a playoff level. He was adopted by Ryan Blaney, Joey Logano, William Byron and Elliott.

Briscoe went to pit highway from the race lead, whereas Blaney opted to remain out and inherit the highest spot.

Double bother

It was bother once more for Kevin Harvick in Flip 1, going for a spin in entrance of site visitors due to Alex Bowman and getting hit by Hamlin within the course of.

The horrible flip

Allmendinger went off right into a sand lure, whereas Harrison Burton and Cole Custer each spun out in Flip 1.

Toyota 1-2-3 in Stage 2 

Christopher Bell took the second stage win, adopted by Kyle Busch and Bubba Wallace.

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