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    NASCAR 2019 Race 23 Michigan Consumers Energy 400 Race Thread

    Consumers Energy 400

    Michigan International Speedway
    Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Race #23 of 36

    Sunday, August 11, 2019
    Scheduled Green Flag (approx): 3:16pm/et
    Laps/Stages: 200 laps total. Stages end on laps: 60/120/200

    TELEVISION / RADIO / STREAMING

    Television Coverage: Time 3:00pm/et, NBCSN and streamed at NBC Sports Live (available with participating TV provider login)
    Radio Coverage (over the air and streaming): Motor Racing Network (MRN) / SiriusXM Satellite NASCAR (available with subscription)

    WEEKEND SCHEDULE

    Practices:
    Friday, August 9, 12:35-1:25pm/et, TV-NBCSN;
    Saturday, August 10, 8:35-9:25am/et, TV-NBC Sports Live streaming;
    Saturday, August 10, 11:30am-12:20pm/et, TV-NBC Sports Live streaming.

    Qualifying: Friday, August 9 at 5:05pm/et, TV-NBCSN.

    Complete Event Schedule (times local to the track)

    Thursday, August 8
    5:00 PM-7:00 PM MENCS HAULERS ENTER (EQUIPMENT UNLOAD)

    Friday, August 9
    9:30 AM-6:30 PM MENCS GARAGE OPEN
    11:30 AM MENCS ROOKIE MEETING & RANDOM DRAWING
    12:35 PM-1:25 PM MENCS 1ST PRACTICE
    5:05 PM MENCS QUALIFYING (SINGLE VEHICLE / ONE LAP ALL POSITIONS)

    Saturday, August 10
    7:00 AM-3:00 PM MENCS GARAGE OPEN
    8:35 AM-9:25 AM MENCS 2ND PRACTICE
    11:30 AM-12:20 PM MENCS FINAL PRACTICE

    Sunday, August 11
    9:30 AM MENCS GARAGE OPENS
    1:00 PM MENCS DRIVER / CREW CHIEF MEETING
    2:20 PM MENCS DRIVER INTRODUCTIONS
    3:00 PM MENCS RACE (STAGES 60/120/200 LAPS = 400 MILES)

    Track info:




    Track Specs:
    Superspeedway: 2.0-mile D-shaped oval
    Banking: turns: 18 degrees; straights: front stretch 12 degrees, backstretch 5 degrees
    Backstretch Length: 2,242 feet
    Frontstretch Length: 3,600 feet
    73 feet wide with 10-foot apron in turns, 45 feet wide with 12-foot apron on straightaways
    Pit lane is 50 feet wide and contains space for 44 individual pit areas
    Pit Road Speed: 45mph
    Seating Capacity: 71,000 [down from 84,000(2012), 108,000(2011) and 137,243(2006)]
    Opened: 1968

    Pit Stalls:
    Length: 34 feet
    Width: 21 feet


    Track Records & Stats

    June 2019 Race Winner: Joey Logano, 140.945 mph, started 1st
    August 2018 Race Winner: Kevin Harvick, 140.474 mph, started 3rd
    Track Race Record: Dale Jarrett, June 1999, 173.997mph (no cautions)
    Slowest Track Race Record: Richard Petty, 107.583mph, 8/24/1975
    Oldest Race Winner: Harry Gant, 52 years, 7 months, 6 days, 8/16/1992
    Youngest Race Winner: Joey Logano, 23 years, 2 months, 24 days, 8/18/2013
    Worst Starting Spot to Win: Mark Martin, started 32nd, 6/14/2009

    June 2019 Pole Winner: Joey Logano, 187.139 mph, finished 1st
    August 2018 Pole Winner: Denny Hamlin, 202.794 mph, finished 8th
    New Track Qualifying Record: #24-Jeff Gordon, August, 206.558mph (after repave 2012)
    Old Track Qualifying Record: #12-Ryan Newman, June 2005, 194.232mph (before repave 2012)
    Oldest Pole Winner: Mark Martin, 53 years, 7 months, 8 days, 8/17/2012
    Young Pole Winner: Joey Logano, 23 years, 2 months, 22 days, 8/16/2013

    Most Wins: 9 - David Pearson
    Most Poles: 10 - David Pearson
    Most Top 5s: 21 - Cale Yarborough
    Most Top 10s: 27 - Jeff Gordon
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    Consumers Energy 400 starting lineup

    No. 1 Brad Keselowski 2
    No. 2 Kevin Harvick 4
    No. 3 William Byron 24
    No. 4 Alex Bowman 88
    No. 5 Clint Bowyer 14
    No. 6 Chase Elliott 9
    No. 7 Austin Dillon 3
    No. 8 Ryan Blaney 12
    No. 9 Joey Logano 22
    No. 10 Paul Menard 21
    No. 11 Daniel Hemric 8
    No. 12 Jimmie Johnson 48
    No. 13 Daniel Suarez 41
    No. 14 Aric Almirola 10
    No. 15 Kurt Busch 1
    No. 16 Denny Hamlin 11
    No. 17 Martin Truex Jr. 19
    No. 18 Erik Jones 20
    No. 19 Kyle Larson 42
    No. 20 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 17
    No. 21 Matt Tifft 36
    No. 22 Ryan Newman 6
    No. 23 Ty Dillon 13
    No. 24 Kyle Busch 18
    No. 25 Michael McDowell 34
    No. 26 David Ragan 38
    No. 27 Chris Buescher 37
    No. 28 Bubba Wallace 43
    No. 29 Matt DiBenedetto 95
    No. 30 Landon Cassill 00
    No. 31 Ryan Preece 47
    No. 32 Ross Chastain 15
    No. 33 Corey LaJoie 32
    No. 34 Quin Houff 27
    No. 35 Austin Theriault 52
    No. 36 Cody Ware 51
    No. 37 Reed Sorenson 77
    No. 38 Spencer Boyd 53

    Brad Keselowski saved the best for last Friday - literally.

    Keselowski, who was the final driver to go out in qualifying at Michigan International Speedway, turned the fastest lap of the afternoon to claim the pole for Sunday's Consumers Energy 400.

    He posted a speed of 190.471 mph.

    It's Keselowski's second pole of the season and 16th of his career.

    The Team Penske driver, who hails from Rochester Hills, Michigan, about 100 miles away, is still seeking his first career win at his home-state track. He has six top-five finishes in 20 career races at the speedway.

    "We were really fast in practice we picked up just enough to get our second pole here," Keselowski told NBCSN. "Hopefully we can convert it into a win."

    Kevin Harvick will start alongside Keselowski on the front row, with William Byron, Alex Bowman and Clint Bowyer rounding out the top five.

    The Consumers Energy 400 begins Sunday at 3 p.m. ET and will broadcast live on NBCSN.

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    There is an Xfinity race on right now and it's a road course.
    Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
    Bell and Cindric seem to be the battle to watch for most of the day.
    We are over half way complete and been pretty good race, BUT it is not near as thrilling as last week's Cup cars road course at The Glen thou

    Can Austin Cindric go back-to-back following his first career win just last weekend at Watkins Glen?
    He finished second here at Mid-Ohio last year, after leading 59 of 75 laps.
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