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Who won the NASCAR race last weekend?
Martin Truex Jr. won the 2023 Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum in the first unofficial event of the NASCAR season. Truex led 25 laps out of the 150-lap event and held off a hard-charging Austin Dillon and Kyle Busch on the final restart. It was a high-intensity race that featured 16 total cautions. Check out the rest of the NASCAR results below.
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NASCAR results last weekend
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Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum, February 5, 2023
|1||Martin Truex Jr.|
How many points does a winner get in NASCAR?
The winner in a NASCAR race automatically receives 40 points. The number can be increased depending if the driver earns any of the available 20 stage points during the event. The driver also earns an automatic five playoff points that will help them throughout the playoffs. The Championship 4 features a different format as the champion is the best finishing among eligible drivers.
How much does a winner in a NASCAR race make?
NASCAR does not reveal how much the winner of a race makes afterward; however, there is a specific purse amount that is revealed during the week which shows the overall prize money handed out at the end of each event. The Cup Series always has the most prize money.
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Has a NASCAR winner ever been disqualified?
Denny Hamlin was the first NASCAR winner to be disqualified since the 1960 season. Hamlin and second-place finisher Kyle Busch were disqualified due to pieces of tape that were found on the front fascia, or nose of the car at Pocono Raceway in 2022. Chase Elliott was deemed the winner after finishing in third place and the rest of the NASCAR results were then affected, including Stage 1 and 2.
Previous NASCAR results
NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race, November 6, 2022
|1||Joey Logano (P)|
|2||Ryan Blaney (P)|
|3||Ross Chastain (P)|
|10||Christopher Bell (P)|
|15||Martin Truex Jr.|
|32||Ricky Stenhouse Jr.|