Who won the NASCAR race today? Full results, standings from 2024 Goodyear 400 in Darlington

Few tracks in the NASCAR circuit are as treacherous as Darlington.

It’s more scorned lover than race surface, replete with obstacles that can turn glistening chariots into rubble.

Sunday’s race — the Goodyear 400 — was further proof of that phenomenon. Ryan Blaney and Kyle Larson looked to have two of the best cars in the grid at their best. Yet, neither was able to claim a finish after wrecking out.

When the dust settled, it was a familiar name who strutted into victory lane. It wasn’t a cakewalk, however. It rarely is at “The Lady in Black.”

Here’s what you need to know about the results of Sunday’s race at Darlington, the Goodyear 400.

Who won the NASCAR race today?

Keselowski captured the checkered flag at the Goodyear 400, outpacing Ty Gibbs, Josh Berry, and Denny Hamlin to pick up his first win of the season.

Keselowski impressed as the race wore on, buzzing around Reddick and Buescher as they jostled for track position with one another. With 12 laps left, he sparkled. Keselowski took advantage of his driver’s battle with Reddick, veering wide to supplant both of them at the top of the grid after they suffered tire failure. He wouldn’t relinquish control.

Keselowski’s humble steed was able to hold off a last-gasp effort from Gibbs, securing his 37th career win with aplomb. In the process, his lengthy 110-race winless streak evaporated. And to top it all off, he cemented his status as a Cup Series contender, going from bridesmaid to bride after countless second-place finishes.

Goodyear 400 NASCAR results

Finish Driver Car Number Car Make
1 Brad Keselowski 6 Ford
2 Ty Gibbs 54 Toyota
3 Josh Berry 4 Ford
4 Denny Hamlin 11 Toyota
5 Chase Briscoe 14 Ford
6 William Byron 24 Chevrolet
7 Bubba Wallace 23 Toyota
8 Alex Bowman 48 Chevrolet
9 Justin Haley 51 Ford
10 Michael McDowell 34 Ford
11 Ross Chastain 1 Chevrolet
12 Chase Elliott 9 Chevrolet
13 Christopher Bell 20 Toyota
14 Noah Gragson 10 Ford
15 Todd Gilliland 38 Ford
16 Corey LaJoie 7 Chevrolet
17 Ryan Preece 41 Ford
18 Kaz Grala 15 Ford
19 Erik Jones 43 Toyota
20 Austin Cindric 2 Ford
21 Joey Logano 22 Ford
22 Harrison Burton 21 Ford
23 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 47 Chevrolet
24 Daniel Suarez 99 Chevrolet
25 Martin Truex Jr. 19 Toyota
26 Carson Hocevar 77 Chevrolet
27 Kyle Busch 8 Chevrolet
28 Austin Dillon 3 Chevrolet
29 Derek Kraus 16 Chevrolet
30 Chris Buescher 17 Ford
31 John Hunter Nemechek 42 Toyota
32 Tyler Reddick 45 Toyota
33 Daniel Hemric 31 Chevrolet
34 Kyle Larson 5 Chevrolet
35 Zane Smith 71 Chevrolet
36 Ryan Blaney 12 Chevrolet

NASCAR points standings 2024

Here’s a look at the season’s standings heading into Sunday’s race:

Rank Driver Points
1.  Kyle Larson 467
2.  Martin Truex Jr. 438
3.  Chase Elliott 412
4.  Denny Hamlin 411
5.  Tyler Reddick 374
6.  Ryan Blaney 367
7.  William Byron 362
8.  Ty Gibbs 338
9.  Alex Bowman 336
10 Ross Chastain 331
11.  Chris Buescher 316
12.  Kyle Busch 314
13.  Christopher Bell 296
14.  Chase Briscoe 290
15.  Brad Keselowski 287
16.  Bubba Wallace 283
17.  Joey Logano 269
18.  Daniel Suarez 250
19.  Noah Gragson 216
20.  Austin Cindric 215
21.  John Hunter Nemechek 205
22.  Carson Hocevar 200
23 Josh Berry 196
24.  Todd Gilliland 190
25. Rocky Stenhouse Jr. 186
26.  Michael McDowell 185
27.  Erik Jones 181
28.  Daniel Hemric 175
29. Ryan Preece 172
30.  Corey LaJoie 166
31.  Austin Dillon 158
32.  Justin Haley 134
33.  Harrison Burton 129
34.  Zane Smith 107
35.  Kaz Grala 100
36 Jimmie Johnson 27
37 David Ragan 17
  Derek Kraus 17
39 Cody Ware 13
40 Kamui Kobayashi 8

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