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Inspection Complete: Christopher Bell Officially Wins The Coca-Cola 600

Following a rain-shortened Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, post-race inspection is complete in the NASCAR Cup Series garage.

The race-winning No. 20 Rheem Toyota Camry XSE, driven by Christopher Bell, has passed post-race inspection, allowing him to be deemed the official winner. It’s the eighth NASCAR Cup Series win for Bell and the 213th for Joe Gibbs Racing.

There were no other issues discovered in post-race inspection, meaning all race results and point standings distributed by NASCAR are now deemed official.

Brad Keselowski will be credited with a second-place run, while William Byron, Tyler Reddick, and Denny Hamlin completed the top five.

The No. 45 (Tyler Reddick) and No. 34 (Michael McDowell) are headed to the NASCAR R&D Center for teardown and engine dyno, while the No. 3 (Austin Dillon) and No. 99 (Daniel Suarez) will return to the engine dyno.

Race Recap:

Christopher Bell Wins Rain-Shortened Coca-Cola 600 Over Brad Keselowski

Race Results:

Race Results: 2024 NCS Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte

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