NASCAR Fontana Results

March 27, 2012 by staff 

NASCAR Fontana Results, Tony Stewart made all the right moves Sunday at Auto Club Speedway, and the last one proved decisive in taking the three-time champion to Victory Lane in the rain-shortened Auto Club 400.

After raindrops slowed the race on Lap 124, Stewart, the race leader, faked a move toward pit road but stayed on the track and matched the pace car’s speed of 65 mph, a far cry from the lightning-fast laps he ran under the green flag.

But that move — staying out and running slow caution laps before NASCAR stopped the race on Lap 129 — proved decisive for the defending NASCAR Sprint Cup champion, who claimed his second victory of the season, his second at Fontana and the 46th of his career, tying him with Buck Baker for 14th on the career victory list.

Kyle Busch, who stayed out with Stewart, finished second, with Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards completing the top five.

Greg Biffle ran sixth, followed by Ryan Newman, Martin Truex Jr. and Kurt Busch, all of whom gambled on protracted rain and stayed on the track during the initial shower. Jimmie Johnson and polesitter Denny Hamlin came to pit road and finished 10th and 11th, respectively.

Here are the complete NASCAR results from Fontana:

Tony Stewart
Kyle Busch
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Kevin Harvick
Carl Edwards
Greg Biffle
Ryan Newman
Martin Truex Jr.
Kurt Busch
Jimmie Johnson
Denny Hamlin
Mark Martin
Clint Bowyer
Kasey Kahne
AJ Allmendinger
Matt Kenseth
Juan Pablo Montoya
Brad Keselowski
Paul Menard
Regan Smith
Marcos Ambrose
Jeff Burton
Casey Mears
Joey Logano
Aric Almirola
Jeff Gordon
David Reutimann
Bobby Labonte
Travis Kvapil
David Gilliland
David Ragan
Jamie McMurray
Dave Blaney
Ken Schrader
JJ Yeley
Landon Cassill
Josh Wise
Michael McDowell
David Stremme
Mike Bliss
Scott Riggs
Reed Sorenson
Brendan Gaughan

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