Chase Elliott claims the victory of the second Nascar Cup series at Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway

Chase Elliott rose back from the disappointing final results in the Nascar Nascar 400 Cup series by winning the second annual race Sunday night at Nashville Superspeedway.

Elliott, champion of the 2020 Nascar Cup series and the most popular driver four times,

finishing 13th in Ally 400 years ago before being disqualified in post-letters because they have loose beans.

On Sunday, Elliott led from Kyle Busch on lap 264 out of 300 and survived for his second victory in the 2022 season.

"The biggest thing is that we are really struggling here last year, so to be able to return and be competitive like us in the second half of the race,

I am the most proud of the puzzle section," Elliott said. "Only to rearrange and be able to re -evaluate and return here."

The race was postponed twice by the weather, the second time for more than two hours due to lightning and rain. The race is over after 11 pm. local time.

"(Delay) is not too bad; we have been accustomed to that since they applied lightning a few years ago," Elliott said.

Elliott waits until after the postponement to push him after struggling earlier.

He passed three cars during the restart after the postponement to enter the top 10, which made him enter the position to close on Busch, which had led on Lap 194.

"We are very optimistic about coming. We have a pretty good car in Friday training and then in Saturday qualifies," said crew Chief Alan Gustafson.

"Then we did not start the race very well. We have a lot of work to do and start working in the car.

From there it is the story of two races for us. When Chase passes many cars after restarting, I say, 'Okay, we have the opportunity to be in the baseball stadium in this matter. ' "

Elliott, who led 42 rounds, won in May at Dover, which like Nashville Superspeedway was a concrete track. He overcomes Ross Chastain on restart with 53 remaining in the race.


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