Who won the NASCAR race today? Full results, standings from 2024 USA Today 301 in New Hampshire

The pressure was on in Loudon, NH during this year’s USA Today 301.

Weather proved a scornful mistress, however, attempting to sink her fangs onto the track for the whole of the weekend. An early start time did little to quell her wretched grasp, with Sunday’s Cup Series race being halted early after inclement weather turned the asphalt into a slip-and-slide.

Here’s what you need to know about the final results of Sunday’s race, the USA Today 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Who won the NASCAR race today?

Tyler Reddick was the race leader when the red flag came out, outgunning Team Penske’s Ryan Blaney and Joe Gibbs Racing’s Denny Hamlin to take control of the field. If he were to win, it would represent his second win of the season and sixth win of his career. The race has restarted, however, so it remains to be seen if Reddick will still be in front when it’s all said and done.

This section will be updated at the conclusion of Sunday’s race.

USA Today 301 NASCAR results

This section will be updated at the conclusion of Sunday’s race.

NASCAR playoff standings 2024

Here’s a look at the Cup Series playoff standings prior to Sunday’s race.

Rank Driver Points
1 Chase Elliott 591
2 Kyle Larson 583
3 Denny Hamlin 553
4 William Byron 537
5 Martin Truex Jr. 530
6 Tyler Reddick 527
7 Ryan Blaney 501
8 Christopher Bell 498
9 Brad Keselowski 498
10 Ross Chastain 479
11 Tyler Randal Gibbs 478
12 Alex Bowman 474
13 Chris Buescher 435
14 Darrell Wallace Jr. 414
15 Joey Logano 408
16 Kyle Busch 383
17 Chase Briscoe 370
18 Daniel Suárez 352
19 Austin Cindric 327
20 Todd Gilliland 317
21 Josh Berry 314
22 Michael McDowell 309
23 Carson Hocevar 302
24 Noah Gragson  
25 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 268
26 Erik Jones 255
27 Ryan Preece 249
28 John Hunter Nemechek 247
29 Corey LaJoie 242
30 Justin Haley 234
31 Daniel Hemric 234
32 Austin Dillon 229
33 Harrison Burton 185
34 Zane Smith 158
35 Kaz Grala 140
36 Jimmie Johnson 35
37 Derek Kraus 32
38 David Ragan 17
39 Cody Ware 17
40 Kamui Kobayashi 8
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