Coca-Cola 600 results: Denny Hamlin survives overtime resume to win Wild War of Attrition in Charlotte


Concord, North Carolina -Of the 37 cars that started Round 63 of the Coca-Cola 600, the vast majority of them ended up either ripped, chewed up, spun or upside-down — Denny Hamlin included. Despite it all, it was Hamlin who brought home arguably the toughest edition of NASCAR’s longest running race ever.

Taking four fresh tires on his last stop heading into overtime, Denny Hamlin knocked out a four-point battle for the lead in the first reboot, then halted a charge from Kyle Busch in double overtime to win the Coca-Cola 600 for the first time in his career. With his victory, Hamlin became the 12th driver in NASCAR history to win all three of the sport’s major championships—the Daytona 500, Coca-Cola 600, and Southern 500—and he did so in what was the longest running race in NASCAR history at 413 laps and just over 600 miles.

Coca-Cola 600 unofficial results

  1. #11 – Denny Hamlin
  2. #18 – Kyle Bush
  3. #4 – Kevin Harvick
  4. #14 – Chase Briscoe
  5. #20 – Christopher Bell
  6. #8 – Tyler Riddick
  7. #47 – Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  8. #34 – Michael McDowell
  9. #5 – Kyle Larson
  10. #48 – Alex Bowman