Ryan Blaney ran the final laps in overtime with a window net halfway attached; Drama for the $1,000,000 to win race. On Sunday, NASCAR unloaded in Fort Worth, Texas. The NASCAR All-Star Race paid $1,000,000 to the race winner. Ryan Blaney won stage three. With stage one winner Kyle Busch...
Denny Hamlin was ticked off with NASCAR over their inconsistent application of the rules on Sunday night. Ryan Blaney won the NASCAR All-Star Race on Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway. He effectively finished first twice, though his victory came under controversial circumstances. NASCAR had just put out a caution flag...
Denny Hamlin noted that NASCAR All-Star winner Ryan Blaney should have been black flagged for the window net. On Sunday night, NASCAR dropped the green flag on the All-Star Race. There’s no points on the line but the race at Texas Motor Speedway paid $1,000,000 to the race winner.
Ryan Blaney won the Nascar All-Star race Sunday night in Texas. Blaney had appeared to win the race in regulation, but a caution flag flew as he came to the finish line, he then had to hold off Denny Hamlin for the victory in overtime. He nets a $1 million prize with the victory.
The NASCAR Cup Series' May schedule continued Sunday with the highly anticipated All-Star Race in Fort Worth, Texas, and it certainly didn't disappoint. Twenty-four drivers took to the track to battle for a cash prize of $1 million, and after a wild series of events, it was Ryan Blaney who came out victorious in this one — twice!
Ryan Blaney holds on for All-Star victory; NASCAR regrets late caution when race was nearly complete
FORT WORTH, Texas -- The checkered flag was already waving for Ryan Blaney when the caution lights came on just yards before he got to the line to win NASCAR's All-Star race and $1 million. He had to get his window net back in place and go two more laps.
Blaney becomes the 26th different winner -- and fourth Team Penske driver -- in the All-Star Race's 38-year history.
NASCAR All-Star Race results: Ryan Blaney drives away from the field to take home $1 million in quirky finish
Nobody ever said it was easy to become a millionaire. Just ask Ryan Blaney. For a moment, he thought he had taken the checkered flag and claimed his first All-Star million dollar victory. But then, he had to do it all over again in one of the more bizarre finishes that NASCAR's All-Star Night has ever seen.
Ryan Blaney won Sunday nights NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race, giving him the $1 million prize for the first time in his career. It took two attempts before Blaney would win the race. As Blaney was approaching the finish line, NASCAR threw out the caution for Ricky Stenhouse Jr. who made contact with the outside wall in Turn 2.
Did you ever think we'd be talking about window nets after the All Star Race? KEN'S CALL: The obvious lesson learned here, drivers shouldn't unlatch the net until they're sure the race is over. Still, it would've been one very bad way to lose a race if Ryan Blaney hadn't gotten his net...
Ryan Blaney won the NASCAR All-Star Race on Sunday night at Texas Motor Speedway, and his victory came under controversial circumstances. Blaney was the leader and thought he had won as he crossed the finish line. But when he crossed the finish line, the yellow caution flag was out because Ricky Stenhouse Jr. had gone into the wall.