Bell crashes NASCAR playoff field with win at New Hampshire

Christopher Bell crashed into Nascar Playoffs, won the week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to be the winner of the 14th Cup series this season

The Head of the Christopher Bell crew tried to give him a little coaching - 

some encouragement with about 40 rounds remaining in the competition and victory and 

the playoffs were at stake - and were immediately told, well, basically for Shush.

"He told me that he was under control," said the head of the crew Adam Stevens while laughing, "And he clearly did it."

Bell explained then there were so many rounds left in the race, that he did not need a reminder of how far Toyota No. 20 must go to reach the finish line.

Plus, Bell already knows how to reach Victory Lane on his favorite track.

Bell crashed into a nascar playoff - and tightened pressure on the driver without the remaining victory - 

winning on Sunday in New Hampshire Motor Speedway to become the winner of the 14th Cup series this season.

"That is really needed there," Bell said 27 years old.

Bell mastered the track where he won the Xfinity Series race in 2018, 

2019 and 2021 and ranked second in last year's trophy race,

 holding Chase Elliott - winner last week at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Bell is the 14th driver who gets a place in the 16-Driver playoff field. 

With the remaining six races in the regular season, he opens the possibility that more than 16 drivers 

can win the last race and place of playoffs or places will be decided on points.

That's a concern for another day for Bell.

"The car is not very good when starting the race," said team owner Joe Gibbs.

 "That is the middle. It struggles. In the end, they brought it in the right direction. "


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