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Newman skips late array stop, stuns NASCAR margin in Phoenix

AVONDALE, Ariz. – Ryan Newman gambled and skipped a tire-changing array stop to take a lead from low in a container and hold on for a final dual laps for a warn feat in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup array race.

The 39-year-old Newman, who pennyless a 127-race winless streak, hold off Kyle Larson, a second-place finisher for a third true race.

Kyle Busch, a personality for scarcely all of a final theatre of a race, was third on a day when a heat soared to 97 degrees during Phoenix International Raceway.

Like scarcely all a rest of a field, Larson and Busch went to a pits on a late counsel caused when Joey Logano’s automobile blew a right tire and slammed into a wall 6 laps from a finish.

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