Race Winner:  Joey Logano of Team Penske (Ford)

Stage 1 Winner:  Christopher Bell of Joe Gibbs Racing (Toyota)

Stage 2 Winner:  Christopher Bell of Joe Gibbs Racing (Toyota)

RWR Race Finish:        

●  Justin Haley (Started 33rd, Finished 13th/ Running, completed 331 of 331 laps)

●  Riley Herbst (Started 30th, Finished 37th/ Accident, completed 201 of 331 laps)

RWR Points:

●  Justin Haley (31st with 266 points)

●  Note: Herbst is a fulltime driver in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and is not eligible for points in the NASCAR Cup Series.

RWR Notes:

●  Haley earned his sixth top-20 of the season and second top-15 finish in the last four races.

●  This was Haley’s best finish in four NASCAR Cup Series starts at Nashville. His previous best was 23rd, earned twice in 2022 and 2023.

●  This was Herbst’s seventh NASCAR Cup Series start, third of the season and first at Nashville.

Race Notes:      

●  Joey Logano won the Ally 400 to score his 33rd career NASCAR Cup Series victory, his first of the season and his first at Nashville. His margin of victory over second-place Zane Smith was .068 of a second.

●  This was Ford’s 732nd all-time NASCAR Cup Series victory and its fourth of the season.

●  This was Ford’s first NASCAR Cup Series victory at Nashville.

●  There were 15 caution periods for a total of 79 laps.

●  Twenty-four of the 38 drivers in the race finished on the lead lap.

●  Kyle Larson remains the championship leader after Nashville with a 20-point advantage over second-place Chase Elliott.

Sound Bites:

“I’m really proud of the team to overcome the setbacks we faced early in the race. I had my hands full on the first run, and we were still able to stick to our strategy and come back from being two laps down to be on the lead lap at the end of the first stage. We don’t give up and I think that showed today. We’re leaving bummed over a 13th-place finish, which says a lot about how far we’ve come since Daytona.”– Justin Haley, driver of the No. 51 Pinnacle Home Improvements Ford Mustang Dark Horse

It just felt like he was kind of over-racing me, but I had fun. It was a fun day. It was cool. I learned a lot. The Cup Series is a lot of hard work and a lot of fun.” Riley Herbst, driver of the No. 15 Monster Energy Zero Sugar Ford Mustang Dark Horse

Next Up:

The next event on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule is the Grant Park 165 on Sunday, July 7 on the streets of downtown Chicago. The race begins at 4:30 p.m. EDT with live coverage provided by NBC and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.