The Monster Energy Cup Series caps off the triple header weekend with the Camping World 400.

After one round of single car qualifying, Austin Dillon runs a time of 30.363 seconds to put his number three car on the pole. Kevin Harvick will start alongside on the front row.

The starting lineup for the Camping World 400:
Austin Dillon
Kevin Harvick
Daniel Hemric
Jimmie Johnson
Kurt Busch
Clint Bowyer
Michael McDowell
Alex Bowman
Denny Hamlin
Ryan Blaney
William Byron
Brad Keselowski
Chase Elliott
Kyle Larson
Aric Almirola
Ryan Newman
Kyle Busch
Martin Truex Jr
Joey Logano
Ty Dillon
Erik Jones
Ryan Preece
David Ragan
Paul Menard
Ricky Stenhouse Jr
Bubba Wallace
Chris Buescher
Daniel Suarez
Matt DiBenedetto
Corey LaJoie
Ross Chastain
Bayley Currey
Landon Cassill
BJ McLeod
Quin Houff
Josh Bilicki
Reed Sorenson
Matt Tifft

After an engine change, William Byron has to start the race from the back of the field.

Stages one and two of the race are 80 laps each with stage three lasting 107 laps for a total of 267 laps for 400 miles around the mile and a half track.

Austin Dillon bring the field down for the green flag start of the race and gets out in front for the lead as the drivers get three and four wide across the track.

Lap four, Jimmie Johnson gets around Daniel Hemric for second and is looking to take the lead away from Austin Dillon.

Lap eight, Jimmie Johnson gets around Austin Dillon for the lead but Dillon is not ready to give up and challenges for the lead. After going nose to nose with Dillon, Jimmie Johnson finally pulls away to hold on to the lead.

The first caution flag of the race comes out on lap eleven for bad weather in the area. NASCAR brings the cars down pit road as lightening strikes in the sky.

With eleven laps in the books, NASCAR has red flagged the race and the teams are covering the cars.

Some huge wind gusts and very dark skies have come over the track.

Twenty minutes into the red flag condition, the rains appeared with a vengeance.

After a rain delay of over three hours, the drivers returned to their cars to continue the race.

After the storm, track temperatures dropped 50 degrees.

Once the cars get moving again, several drivers bring their cars down pit road for fresh tires and adjustments.

Jimmie Johnson brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 16 and goes nose to nose with Austin Dillon, but after a push from Kevin Harvick, Austin Dillon takes over the lead.

Lap 20, Kevin Harvick challenges Austin Dillon for the lead and becomes the new leader.

Lap 25, Kyle Busch gets into the wall but the track stays green.

Lap 27, Kevin Harvick has a quarter of a second lead on Ryan Blaney with Jimmie Johnson in third.

Lap 32, Kevin Harvick has pulled out to a lead of over half a second On Ryan Blaney.

Lap 45, Kevin Harvick has increased his lead over Ryan Blaney to over a second.

The drivers cannot complete the stage without making a pit stop for fuel.

Lap 49, Alex Bowman becomes the first driver to make a greet flag pit stop.

Lap 55, Kevin Harvick has a lead of a second and a half on Ryan Blaney.

Daniel Hemric’s team was charged with an uncontrolled tire on pit road, he will have to serve a pass through penalty.

Lap 63, there are only 17 cars on the lead lap.

Bubba Wallace was charged with leaving his pit box with equipment.

Lap 67, Kevin Harvick has increased his lead to two seconds over Ryan Blaney.

With eight laps remaining in stage one, Kevin Harvick has a lead of over six seconds as green flag pit stops continue.

Leader Kevin Harvick has a flat tire and must come down pit road.

With only five laps to go in the stage, several drivers are taking fuel only.

Ryan Blaney has to bring his car down pit road with a flat tire with three laps to go in stage one.

Clint Bowyer brings out the caution flag on lap 78 when he blows a tire and hits the wall, causing heavy damage to the car.

Denny Hamlin is the leader and will win stage one under caution.

The top 10 at the end of stage one:
Denny Hamlin
Brad Keselowski
Michael McDowell
Jimmie Johnson
Austin Dillon
Martin Truex Jr
Kevin Harvick
William Byron
Alex Bowman
Kurt Busch

Denny Hamlin wins the race off of pit road.

Kevin Harvick brings the field down for the green flag start of stage two on lap 86 and holds on to the lead with drivers getting three wide across the track.

Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin battle for second with Kevin Harvick in the lead trying to break the draft.

Lap 94, Chase Elliott is back in the top 10 after being down two laps.

Clint Bowyer has another flat tire and is very slowly working his way to pit road.

After starting the race from the back of the field, William Byron is challenging Kevin Harvick for the lead.

Lap 99, William Byron passes Kevin Harvick to take the lead of the race.

During pit stops on the caution, Denny Hanlin’s team was charged with having an uncontrolled tire on pit road.

William Byron brings the field on lap 110 but falls back in the field with Kevin Harvick taking the lead.

Lap 115, Kevin Harvick holds on to a narrow lead over Jimmie Johnson with Chase Elliott in third,

Lap 123, the two 43 year old veterans of Kevin Harvick and Jimmie Johnson lead the pack as they battle for the lead. So far Harvick has the lead.

For the first time this season, all four of the Hendrick Motorsports cars are in the top seven.

Lap 134, Kevin Harvick has pulled out to a lead of over a second on Jimmie Johnson.

Lap 134, Chase Elliott passes team mate Jimmie Johnson for second place.

Lap 137, Kevin Harvick is reporting a possible tire issue. Daniel Suarez has a smoking car after making contact with Denny Hamlin. Suarez gets down pit road and the track stays green.

Lap 146, Kevin Harvick holds on to ahalf second lead while team mates Jimmie Johnson and Chase Elliott battle for second. Alex Bowman and Kyle Larson battle for fourth.

With seven laps remaining in stage two, Kevin Harvick has pulled out to a lead of over half a second.

Four laps remain in stage two and Kevin Harvick’s lead is down to less than two tenths of a second ahead of Chase Elliott.

Kevin Harvick wins stage two.

The top 10 at the end of stage two:
Kevin Harvick
Chase Elliott
Kyle Larson
Alex Bowman
Jimmie Johnson
Martin Truex Jr
William Byron
Kurt Busch
Kyle Busch
Aric Almirola

Issues on put road caused Chase Elliott to lose 18 spots.

Kevin Harvick brings the field down for the green flag start of stage three but it is Kyle Larson who gets out in front after a fierce battle for position.

Contact on the track causes Kyle Busch to come down pit road with a flat tire.

Lap 171, Alex Bowman gets out in front for the lead.

Lap 172, Kevin Harvick brings out the caution flag when he hits the wall.

Some of the drivers come down pit road for service.

Alex Bowman brings the field down for the green flag restart on lap 179 and edges out Kyle Larson for the lead as drivers get three wide.

Ryan Newman gets into the fence but the track stays green.

Drivers are beating and banging all through the field.

Lap 185, Alex Bowman has a third of a second lead on team mate Jimmie Johnson.

La 193, Alex Bowman has pulled out to a lead of nearly a second and a half on Jimmie Johnson.

Lap 200, Alex Bowman’s lead is now nearly two seconds on Jimmie Johnson; the largest lead of the day.

With 59 laps remaining in the race, Alex Bowman has pulled out to a lead of over three seconds on Kyle Larson.

Fifty to go, Kyle Larson has closed the gap on lead Alex Bowman to only two and a half seconds.

Green flag pit stops have begun.

Only 44 laps remain in the race, Kevin Harvick is the only driver year to make a pit atop and is the leader of the race.

Forty-three to go, Harvick pits and gives the lead back to Alex Bowman with a lead of over two seconds on Kyle Larson.

Just 35 laps to go, Alex Bowman has pulled out to a lead of nearly three seconds on Kyle Larson.

The inside of Kyle Busch’s car is filled with smoke, they believe he has some burning rubber under the car. Busch has to bring his car down pit road.

Twenty-five to go, Alex Bowman continues to dominate the race with a lead of over three seconds.

Alex Bowman has encountered traffic and has lost a good bit of his lead over Kyle Larson.

Sixteen to go, Alex Bowman’s lead is down to under a second as he encounters more traffic.

Twelve to go, Kyle Larson has caught up to leader Alex Bowman and the battle is on.

Ten to go, Kyle Larson is only a quarter of a second behind leader Alex Bowman.

Eight to go, Bowman and Larson are side by side and Kyle Larson takes the lead.

Six to go, Alex Bowman and Kyle Larson are side by side and Bowman retakes the lead.

Alex Bowman takes the white flag.

In an exciting finish, Alex Bowman gets his first career NASCAR win. And with that, Bowman has finished in every position from first to 43rd.

Results of the Camping World 400:
Alex Bowman
Kyle Larson
Joey Logano
Jimmie Johnson
Brad Kesekowski
Ryan Blaney
Erik Jones
William Byron
Martin Truex Jr
Austin Dillon
Chase Elliott
Ricky Stenhouse Jr
Kurt Busch
Kevin Harvick
Denny Hamlin
Aric Almirola
Ryan Newman
Chris Buescher
Daniel Hemric
Michael McDowell
Paul Menard
Kyle Busch
David Ragan
Daniel Suarez
Bubba Wallace
Ross Chastain
Matt DiBenedetto
Ryan Preece
Matt Tifft
Corey LaJoie
Landon Cassill
Bayley Currey
Josh Bilicki
Reed Sorenson
Ty Dillon
BJ McLeod
Clint Bowyer
Quin Houff