Kansas City, Kan. (May 11, 2019) – Twenty-three lead changes between 12 drivers saw overtime and a late race scramble, which ended up seeing Brad Keselowski take the win in the Digital Ally 400, his second win at Kansas Speedway.
“I thought this would be a strong showing for this rules package,” said Keselowski, who took to social media to tout that tonight’s race might be one of the best races at an intermediate track in a while. “We ran closer than we ever here before. I think Paul and the team made some good adjustments. They were able to dial it in and kudos to them.”
Alex Bowman led 67 laps and finished second for the third straight week. It was his third top-10 finish in eight races at Kansas Speedway. Erik Jones finished third, his third top-10 finish at the facility.
Hometown favorite Clint Bowyer finished fifth.
After tonight’s Digital Ally 400, Joey Logano leads the point standings by nine over Kyle Busch.
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