— NASCAR left Talladega Superspeedway Sunday night with a new race winner, a junkyard of crumpled race cars and a boost from a relatively large crowd on a pleasant, sunny day. After all the troubles, all the doubts, all the whispers at the back of garage stalls, the Mississippi driver showed skill and persistence in dueling with and passing Kyle Busch to score his first Cup victory. He frantically tried several avenues — including climbing a fence — to get into the track and to victory lane before being stopped by security personnel.
The series rolls on to Kansas Speedway for a Saturday night Mother’s Day weekend race, trailing the confetti from Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s breakthrough victory. A call to a track official resulted in Stenhouse being escorted to the celebration.
AJ Allmendinger and Chase Elliott took the wildest rides.
No one was hurt, but the flirtation with calamity continues, emphasizing why drivers leave this track post-race with a certain level of relief.
watched the race from a recreational vehicle outside the track near the backstretch.
Almost as difficult as Stenhouse’s ride to victory lane was that of his father, Ricky Stenhouse Sr.
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