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Gaughan Grabs Win At Kentucky Speedway

Written by Dave on . Posted in Featured, Nascar Nationwide Series, Results

Photo Credit: Gregg Ellman/HHP

Photo Credit: Gregg Ellman/HHP

Posted by: Dave Thompson, follow @phillyfan17

September 20, 2014

Brendan Gaughan slid to the outside with six laps to go and scored his second NASCAR Nationwide Series win Kentucky Speedway on Saturday night.

After a flurry of late-race cautions set up several restarts in the closing laps of the race, Gaughan slipped by on the outside as rookies Ty Dillon and Chase Elliott battled for the lead. Gaughan who started third on the final restart, cleared by drivers in Turn 1 then pulled away from the field.

“I love my restarts,” said an excited Gaughan from Victory Lane. “It means a lot to win on an oval, especially the way we did it passing Chase Elliott and my teammate Ty Dillon – great race teams, great young race car drivers. But the old dog still had a little something left at the end.”

Gaughan’s teammate Brian Scott also slipped by Dillon and Elliott in the final laps to finish second. Ty Dillon led a race high 155 of the 200 laps but finished third with Chase Elliott holding on to fourth.

Elliott’s teammate at JR Motorsport, Regan Smith rounded out the top-five.

Dillon had dominated Saturday’s race before a caution came out with 31 laps to go for Cody Ware’s blown engine.

The Richard Childress Racing cars were the class of the field for most of the race, finishing 1-2-3 with rookie Cale Conley coming home sixth.

Elliott remains the points leader with a 20-point advantage over Smith with six races to go.

Next week, the NASCAR Nationwide Series heads to Dover International Speedway for the Dover 200.

Results of the VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300:

1362Brendan Gaughan200474RUNNING222
252Brian Scott20042RUNNING
313Ty Dillon #200432RUNNING4155
499Chase Elliott #200411RUNNING120
5107Regan Smith20039RUNNING
6433Cale Conley(i)2000RUNNING
7660Chris Buescher #20037RUNNING
8822Michael McDowell(i)2000RUNNING
91220Justin Boston(i)2000RUNNING
101580Ross Chastain(i)2000RUNNING
111616Ryan Reed #20033RUNNING
121342Dylan Kwasniewski #20032RUNNING
13711Elliott Sadler20031RUNNING
142099James Buescher20030RUNNING
15116Trevor Bayne20029RUNNING
16194Jeffrey Earnhardt19928RUNNING
172139Ryan Sieg #19827RUNNING
18185Austin Theriault19826RUNNING
191443Dakoda Armstrong #19825RUNNING
201731Chase Pistone(i)1980RUNNING
212451Jeremy Clements197241RUNNING11
223193Kevin Swindell19722RUNNING
232528JJ Yeley19721RUNNING
242319Mike Bliss19720RUNNING
253044Blake Koch197201RUNNING11
262740Matt DiBenedetto19718RUNNING
272655Jamie Dick19717RUNNING
283452Joey Gase19616RUNNING
292201Landon Cassill19115Vibration
30254Sam Hornish Jr.18614Accident
312814Eric McClure17013Accident
323823Cody Ware15912Engine
333370Derrike Cope4511Rear Gear
342917Tanner Berryhill #36111Vibration11
353772Harrison Rhodes339Suspension
363589Morgan Shepherd178Vibration
373987Josh Reaume97Rear Gear
384074Mike Harmon96Transmission
393646Ryan Ellis65Vibration
403210Jeff Green34Vibration