Cup Series Recap: 2019 Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart (Kentucky Speedway)

Kurt Busch won the race, starting from 4th and finishing 1st. Kyle Busch impressed, moving from 10th to 2nd. Erik Jones climbed from 21st to 3rd. Late cautions impacted Jimmie Johnson and Aric Almirola's positions.

Cup Series Recap: 2019 Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart (Kentucky Speedway)

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Kurt Busch secured the win in a wild race, starting from the 4th position and finishing 1st. Kurt Busch's consistent performance kept him at the top throughout the race. Similarly, Kyle Busch showed strong pace, finishing 2nd after starting 10th. Erik Jones achieved a notable finish, moving from 21st to 3rd place by the end of the race.

Ryan Newman was a significant gainer, moving from 35th to 9th. This indicates a substantial improvement in his ARP. In contrast, Aric Almirola had an average race, starting 2nd but ending 14th, likely due to the late caution which spoiled his final position. Daniel Suarez started on pole but dropped to 8th, highlighting a negative GR-LR performance.

Jimmie Johnson faced issues due to a late caution at lap 262, which resulted in him finishing 30th after starting 13th. BJ McLeod ended his race early due to electrical problems, finishing 36th. The race was a statistical bonanza for drivers improving their positions, but the late caution outcomes underlined the volatility in performance.

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