Monday, July 2, 2018

2018 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup - Overton's 400

Sunday is a big day for NASCAR because America's stock car racing series brings back NBC Sports as its network of choice for NASCAR coverage and for a bigger treat, Dale Earnhardt Jr., who retired from NASCAR last year, returns once again, only this time as one of the commentators of this race. Chicagoland's never felt so alive with all the NASCAR action going on around until the exciting climax everybody's talking about.


As Aric Almirola wins Stage 1 at Chicagoland and Kevin Harvick wins Stage 2, the Chicagoland action keeps on going despite drizzling conditions and numerous setbacks and this is where the climax gets in. At the final lap, Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch are going on an all-out war on the checkered flag. As Busch got nudged to the wall, Larson leads but then, Kyle Busch shoved Larson's rear and pushed him out of the track, giving Busch a win to this race. This is one helluva race that will go down in history books as one of the greatest one-lap duels. The whole world's going to talk about what happened at Chicagoland. That's respect to you.

Enjoy your ID4 weekend, y'all, for the next race is at Daytona International Speedway for the Coke Zero Sugar 400 on the 7th of July.

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