Following a rain-shortened NASCAR Cup Series event at Atlanta Motor Speedway, William Byron has officially been declared the winner of the Quaker State 400, after passing post-race inspection in the garage area.
Byron’s No. 24 Chevrolet Camaro got the all-clear from the sanctioning body on Sunday, marking the Hendrick Motorsports driver’s fourth victory of the season, and the eighth of his NASCAR Cup Series career.
Following the inspection process, NASCAR determined that there were no major issues, meaning all race results and point standings distributed by the sanctioning body are now deemed to be official.
Daniel Suarez will finish in second place, with AJ Allmendinger, Michael McDowell, and Kyle Busch completing the race’s top-five finishers. Brad Keselowski, JJ Yeley, Justin Haley, Ryan Blaney, and Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. are the top-10.
The No. 6 (Brad Keselowski) and No. 47 (Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.) will return to NASCAR’s R&D Center for further inspection.