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Kentucky: Nationwide results

Ryan Blaney claimed his first Nationwide Series victory on Saturday night by two seconds over Austin Dillon under the floodlights at Kentucky Speedway.
Ryan Blaney has been busy making a name for himself in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in the past 12 months with two wins to his credit already competing with Brad Keselowski Racing. But on Saturday night he returned for his latest occasional Nationwide Series outing, his second of the year with Penske, and he stunned the field by proving to be the dominant force of the Kentucky 300 under the floodlights on Saturday night.

Championship leader Sam Hornish Jr. had started from pole position after edging Blaney in qualifying by 0.182s with a lap of 30.128s (179.235s) on the 1.5-mile Kentucky Speedway. It was Hornish's fourth pole in 93 NASCAR Nationwide series races and his third of 2013, and he went on to lead the first 65 laps of the 200-lap event without interruption. This run saw three cautions, including the pre-arranged competition yellow on lap 25 to allow teams to evaluate the track conditions following recent spells of rain at the circuit over the last 24 hours.

Travis Pastrana hit the wall in turn 4 on lap 38 and again on lap 61 to bring out the other cautions, and on the latter occasion a round of pit stops enabled Brian Scott and Austin Dillon to spring to the front by taking two-tyres only putting them ahead of Hornish and Blaney which allowed Dillon to take command of the race through to the midway point. Blaney had just managed to pass Dillon for the lead when the caution came out after Harrison Rhodes hit the wall and left fluid down on the track, and this time it was Elliott Sadler who gambled on the two-tyres and led the field to the restart on lap 112 which saw an immediate encore caution when Brad Sweet spun out.

Blaney took charge again at the restart, and this time he had long-term plans for the position. Indeed, no one bested him for the rest of the night and he led all the way to the chequered flag for a race-high of 96 laps in front which saw four more cautions before the two and a half hour race was done: another accident for Sweet on lap 165 that left the right front of the #5 torn up and aflame; a spin for Jeffrey Earnhardt in turn 2 on lap 174, and another for Regan Smith in turn 4 on lap 182; and finally Parker Kligerman hitting the wall on the backstretch while attempting an overtaking move on the backstretch on lap 188.

Blaney dealt with all of these interruptions and restarts like an old pro rather than a 19-year-old in just his 15th Nationwide Series appearance. Not even Austin Dillon - a driver who has dominated at Kentucky in the past - could do anything to dislodge him before the chequered flag finally came out. Blaney himself gave credit to the car and crew.

"It really speaks to how good this team is that they can win with four different drivers," said Blaney. "That just shows how strong this 22 group is, how strong Penske Racing is as a whole ... I'm just honoured to come here and drive it. I wish it was more times a year, but I've got to make the most of it - and I think we did that tonight!"

Matt Crafton - like Blaney, another NASCAR Camping World Series Truck regular taking advantage of an off-weekend for that championship to run in Nationwide instead - came him in third, pushing Sam Hornish Jr. down to fourth place which allows Dillon to close the gap slightly in the title standings to 15 points with six races remaining in the 2013 season.

Race results

1. #22 Ryan Blaney Penske Racing 200 laps 2hrs 28mins 36secs
2. #3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Racing + 2.017s
3. #33 Matt Crafton Richard Childress Racing + 3.105s
4. #12 Sam Hornish Jr Penske Racing + 4.301s
5. #99 Alex Bowman RAB Racing + 5.853s
6. #54 Drew Herring Joe Gibbs Racing + 6.181s
7. #20 Brian Vickers Joe Gibbs Racing + 6.464s
8. #34 Jeb Burton Turner Scott Motorsports + 9.079s
9. #44 Cole Whitt TriStar Motorsports + 9.258s
10. #43 Michael Annett Richard Petty Motorsports + 9.378s
11. #2 Brian Scott Richard Childress Racing + 9.586s
12. #7 Regan Smith JR Motorsports + 9.822s
13. #21 Dakoda Armstrong Richard Childress Racing + 10.523s
14. #11 Elliott Sadler Joe Gibbs Racing + 11.451s
15. #6 Trevor Bayne Roush Fenway Racing + 13.328s
16. #70 Johanna Long ML Motorsports + 14.683s
17. #31 Justin Allgaier Turner Scott Motorsports + 16.337s
18. #18 Joey Coulter Joe Gibbs Racing + 17.489s
19. #4 Kevin Lepage Mike Harmon Motorsports + 1 laps
20. #51 Jeremy Clements Clements Racing + 2 laps
21. #40 Reed Sorenson The Motorsports Group + 2 laps
22. #01 Mike Wallace JD Motorsports + 2 laps
23. #87 Joe Nemechek NEMCO Motorsports + 3 laps
24. #14 Eric McClure TriStar Motorsports + 3 laps
25. #79 Jeffrey Earnhardt Go Green Racing + 3 laps
26. #19 Mike Bliss TriStar Motorsports + 4 laps
27. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr Turner Scott Motorsports + 6 laps
28. #55 Jamie Dick VIVA Motorsports + 6 laps
29. #77 Parker Kligerman Kyle Busch Motorsports + 13 laps Accident
30. #5 Brad Sweet JR Motorsports + 39 laps Accident
31. #52 Joey Gase Means Racing + 87 laps Suspension
32. #23 Harrison Rhodes R3 Motorsports + 100 laps Engine
33. #32 Kyle Larson Turner Scott Motorsports + 102 laps Brakes
34. #60 Travis Pastrana Roush Fenway Racing + 141 laps Accident
35. #24 Ryan Ellis SR2 Motorsports + 169 laps Vibration
36. #46 Matt DiBenedetto Vision Racing + 192 laps Overheating
37. #74 Carl Long Mike Harmon Racing + 192 laps Suspension
38. #42 T.J. Bell The Motorsports Group + 194 laps Transmission
39. #00 Blake Koch SR2 Motorsports + 196 laps Rear Gear
40. #10 Jeff Green TriStar Motorsports + 197 laps Vibration

Qualifying times

1. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 30.128s (Pole) 179.235mph
2. #22 Ryan Blaney Ford 30.310s (+ 0.182s) 178.159mph
3. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 30.330s (+ 0.202s) 178.042mph
4. #2 Brian Scott Chevrolet 30.388s (+ 0.260s) 177.702mph
5. #33 Matt Crafton Chevrolet 30.447s (+ 0.319s) 177.357mph
6. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 30.595s (+ 0.467s) 176.499mph
7. #54 Drew Herring Toyota 30.598s (+ 0.470s) 176.482mph
8. #60 Travis Pastrana Ford 30.612s (+ 0.484s) 176.401mph
9. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 30.616s (+ 0.488s) 176.378mph
10. #20 Brian Vickers Toyota 30.623s (+ 0.495s) 176.338mph
11. #77 Parker Kligerman Toyota 30.637s (+ 0.509s) 176.257mph
12. #11 Elliott Sadler Toyota 30.677s (+ 0.549s) 176.028mph
13. #34 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 30.718s (+ 0.590s) 175.793mph
14. #7 Regan Smith Chevrolet 30.741s (+ 0.613s) 175.661mph
15. #43 Michael Annett Ford 30.762s (+ 0.634s) 175.541mph
16. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr. Chevrolet 30.765s (+ 0.637s) 175.524mph
17. #5 Brad Sweet Chevrolet 30.791s (+ 0.663s) 175.376mph
18. #44 Cole Whitt Toyota 30.805s (+ 0.677s) 175.296mph
19. #32 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 30.814s (+ 0.686s) 175.245mph
20. #99 Alex Bowman Toyota 30.850s (+ 0.722s) 175.041mph
21. #21 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 30.915s (+ 0.787s) 174.672mph
22. #6 Trevor Bayne Ford 31.014s (+ 0.886s) 174.115mph
23. #19 Mike Bliss Toyota 31.142s (+ 1.014s) 173.399mph
24. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 31.278s (+ 1.150s) 172.645mph
25. #14 Eric McClure Toyota 31.326s (+ 1.198s) 172.381mph
26. #79 Jeffrey Earnhardt Ford 31.504s (+ 1.376s) 171.407mph
27. #10 Jeff Green Toyota 31.519s (+ 1.391s) 171.325mph
28. #4 Kevin Lepage Chevrolet 31.599s (+ 1.471s) 170.891mph
29. #40 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 31.611s (+ 1.483s) 170.827mph
30. #74 Carl Long Dodge 31.717s (+ 1.589s) 170.256mph
31. #01 Mike Wallace Chevrolet 31.765s (+ 1.637s) 169.998mph
32. #55 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 31.835s (+ 1.707s) 169.625mph
33. #00 Blake Koch Toyota 31.845s (+ 1.717s) 169.571mph
34. #87 Joe Nemechek Toyota 31.887s (+ 1.759s) 169.348mph
35. #52 Joey Gase Chevrolet 31.909s (+ 1.781s) 169.231mph
36. #70 Johanna Long Chevrolet 31.925s (+ 1.797s) 169.146mph
37. #42 TJ Bell Chevrolet 32.085s (+ 1.957s) 168.303mph
38. #24 Ryan Ellis Toyota 32.637s (+ 2.509s) 165.456mph
39. #23 Harrison Rhodes Ford 32.927s (+ 2.799s) 163.999mph
40. #46 Matt DiBenedetto Chevrolet 32.139s (+ 2.011s) 168.020mph

Did Not Qualify
#50 Danny Efland Chevrolet 32.738s (+ 2.610s) 164.946mph

Practice 1 times

1. #33 Matt Crafton Chevrolet 31.081s (Leader) 173.740mph (14 laps)
2. #3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet 31.140s (-0.059s) 173.410mph (15 laps)
3. #2 Brian Scott Chevrolet 31.200s (-0.119s) 173.077mph (23 laps)
4. #20 Brian Vickers Toyota 31.217s (-0.136s) 172.983mph (14 laps)
5. #32 Kyle Larson Chevrolet 31.338s (-0.257s) 172.315mph (21 laps)
6. #31 Justin Allgaier Chevrolet 31.374s (-0.293s) 172.117mph (28 laps)
7. #12 Sam Hornish Jr. Ford 31.414s (-0.333s) 171.898mph (11 laps)
8. #77 Parker Kligerman Toyota 31.519s (-0.438s) 171.325mph (17 laps)
9. #22 Ryan Blaney Ford 31.525s (-0.444s) 171.293mph (11 laps)
10. #18 Joey Coulter Toyota 31.536s (-0.455s) 171.233mph (20 laps)
11. #5 Brad Sweet Chevrolet 31.545s (-0.464s) 171.184mph (22 laps)
12. #7 Regan Smith Chevrolet 31.570s (-0.489s) 171.048mph (15 laps)
13. #43 Michael Annett Ford 31.596s (-0.515s) 170.908mph (23 laps)
14. #54 Drew Herring Toyota 31.621s (-0.540s) 170.773mph (22 laps)
15. #11 Elliott Sadler Toyota 31.644s (-0.563s) 170.648mph (14 laps)
16. #30 Nelson Piquet Jr. Chevrolet 31.706s (-0.625s) 170.315mph (22 laps)
17. #6 Trevor Bayne Ford 31.706s (-0.625s) 170.315mph (21 laps)
18. #21 Dakoda Armstrong Chevrolet 31.742s (-0.661s) 170.122mph (16 laps)
19. #99 Alex Bowman Toyota 31.797s (-0.716s) 169.827mph (22 laps)
20. #60 Travis Pastrana Ford 31.831s (-0.750s) 169.646mph (17 laps)
21. #34 Jeb Burton Chevrolet 31.891s (-0.810s) 169.327mph (20 laps)
22. #44 Cole Whitt Toyota 31.911s (-0.830s) 169.221mph (11 laps)
23. #01 Mike Wallace Chev 31.953s (-0.872s) 168.998mph (6 laps)
24. #10 Jeff Green Toyota 31.981s (-0.900s) 168.850mph (5 laps)
25. #70 Johanna Long Chevrolet 32.032s (-0.951s) 168.581mph (23 laps)
26. #19 Mike Bliss Toyota 32.050s (-0.969s) 168.487mph (20 laps)
27. #14 Eric McClure Toyota 32.186s (-1.105s) 167.775mph (20 laps)
28. #51 Jeremy Clements Chevrolet 32.256s (-1.175s) 167.411mph (15 laps)
29. #00 Blake Koch Toyota 32.308s (-1.227s) 167.141mph (5 laps)
30. #4 Kevin Lepage Chevrolet 32.353s (-1.272s) 166.909mph (12 laps)
31. #55 Jamie Dick Chevrolet 32.391s (-1.310s) 166.713mph (10 laps)
32. #79 Jeffrey Earnhardt Ford 32.392s (-1.311s) 166.708mph (14 laps)
33. #40 Reed Sorenson Chevrolet 32.515s (-1.434s) 166.077mph (5 laps)
34. #42 TJ Bell Chevrolet 32.617s (-1.536s) 165.558mph (5 laps)
35. #46 Matt DiBenedetto Chevrolet 32.749s (-1.668s) 164.891mph (8 laps)
36. #74 Carl Long Dodge 32.749s (-1.668s) 164.891mph (5 laps)
37. #52 Joey Gase Chevrolet 32.966s (-1.885s) 163.805mph (12 laps)
38. #87 Kevin Lepage Toyota 33.053s (-1.972s) 163.374mph (4 laps)
39. #50 Danny Efland Chevrolet 33.078s (-1.997s) 163.250mph (5 laps)
40. #23 Harrison Rhodes Ford 33.158s (-2.077s) 162.857mph (8 laps)
41. #24 Ryan Ellis Toyota 33.493s (-2.412s) 161.228mph (13 laps)

Nationwide Series championship standings

1. (--) Sam Hornish Jr. 962pts
2. (--) Austin Dillon 947pts (-15pts)
3. (--) Regan Smith 917pts (-45pts)
4. (--) Elliott Sadler 908pts (-54pts)
5. (--) Brian Vickers 902pts (-60pts)
6. (--) Justin Allgaier 887pts (-75pts)
7. (--) Brian Scott 883pts (-79pts)
8. (--) Trevor Bayne 868pts (-94pts)
9. (--) Kyle Larson # 822pts (-140pts)
10. (--) Parker Kligerman 783pts (-179pts)
11. (--) Alex Bowman # 739pts (-223pts)
12. (--) Nelson Piquet Jr. # 709pts (-253pts)
13. (--) Mike Bliss 664pts (-298pts)
14. (--) Travis Pastrana 617pts (-345pts)
15. (--) Jeremy Clements 528pts (-434pts)
16. (--) Reed Sorenson 517pts (-445pts)
17. (--) Michael Annett 513pts (-449pts)
18. (--) Mike Wallace 496pts (-466pts)
19. (--) Eric McClure 419pts (-543pts)
20. (--) Joe Nemechek 409pts (-553pts)
21. (+1) Cole Whitt 338pts (-624pts)
22. (-1) Johanna Long 337pts (-625pts)
23. (--) Jeffrey Earnhardt # 301pts (-661pts)
24. (--) Blake Koch 275pts (-687pts)
25. (+2) Brad Sweet 272pts (-690pts)
26. (-1) Landon Cassill 269pts (-693pts)
27. (-1) Kevin Swindell 266pts (-696pts)
28. (--) Dexter Stacey 240pts (-722pts)
29. (--) Jamie Dick 227pts (-735pts)
30. (--) Jeff Green 212pts (-750pts)
31. (+2) Joey Gase 198pts (-764pts)
32. (-1) Josh Wise 190pts (-772pts)
33. (-1) Robert Richardson 189pts (-773pts)
34. (--) Hal Martin 177pts (-785pts)
35. (--) Chris Buescher 170pts (-792pts)
36. (--) Kenny Wallace 155pts (-807pts)
37. (--) Juan Carlos Blum 140pts (-822pts)
38. (--) Jason White 138pts (-824pts)
39. (+1) Kevin Lepage 138pts (-824pts)
40. (-1) Kyle Fowler 119pts (-843pts)
41. (+4) Drew Herring 118pts (-844pts)
42. (-1) Mike Harmon 106pts (-856pts)
43. (-1) Ken Butler 82pts (-880pts)
44. (+4) Carl Long 82pts (-880pts)
45. (-2) Max Papis 81pts (-881pts)
46. (-2) Ryan Reed 81pts (-881pts)
47. (+3) Harrison Rhodes 78pts (-884pts)
48. (-2) Daryl Harr 78pts (-884pts)
49. (-2) Tony Raines 76pts (-886pts)
50. (-1) Danny Efland 73pts (-889pts)
51. (--) Owen Kelly 62pts (-900pts)
52. (--) Billy Johnson 59pts (-903pts)
53. (--) Kenny Habul 54pts (-908pts)
54. (--) Scott Lagasse Jr. 52pts (-910pts)
55. (--) Stanton Barrett 51pts (-911pts)
56. (--) Kyle Kelley 50pts (-912pts)
57. (--) Morgan Shepherd 47pts (-915pts)
58. (--) Chase Miller 41pts (-921pts)
59. (--) Tanner Berryhill 37pts (-925pts)
60. (--) Ryan Gifford 35pts (-927pts)
61. (+5) TJ Bell 34pts (-928pts)
62. (-1) Johnny O'connell 32pts (-930pts)
63. (-1) Kevin O'connell 32pts (-930pts)
64. (+6) Matt DiBenedetto 31pts (-931pts)
65. (-2) Brett Butler 29pts (-933pts)
66. (-2) Anthony Gandon 28pts (-934pts)
67. (-2) Bobby Gerhart 28pts (-934pts)
68. (+5) Ryan Ellis 28pts (-934pts)
69. (-2) Derek White 27pts (-935pts)
70. (-2) Brad Teague 27pts (-935pts)
71. (-2) Donnie Neuenberger 25pts (-937pts)
72. (-1) Ryan Preece 20pts (-942pts)
73. (-1) Steve Wallace 19pts (-943pts)
74. (--) Andrew Ranger 18pts (-944pts)
75. (--) John Young 16pts (-946pts)
76. (--) Richard Harriman 15pts (-947pts)
77. (--) Tim Andrews 14pts (-948pts)
78. (--) Travis Sauter 14pts (-948pts)
79. (--) Maryeve Dufault 13pts (-949pts)
80. (--) Tim Schendel 11pts (-951pts)
81. (--) Paulie Harraka 9pts (-953pts)
82. (--) Alx Danielsson 7pts (-955pts)
83. (--) David Green 6pts (-956pts)
84. (--) Jason Bowles 5pts (-957pts)
85. (--) Derrike Cope 5pts (-957pts)

# = Nationwide series rookie
Only drivers registered for points in this series are shown in the standings.



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