NASCAR 2017: Today’s lineup, TV, live scoring for Camping World 500 in Phoenix –

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Joey Logano is on the pole for NASCAR’s Camping World Cup 500 today in Phoenix. The question now is will former teammate Kyle Busch make it his business to track Logano down and bump him over.

Last week, the two came to blows on pit row. There were no penalties given to either driver by NASCAR. But race officials did have the two together for a sit-down. Both said all was fine.

We’ll see when the green flag drops at 3:30 p.m. It will be televised on FOX and live streamed on Fox Sports Go. You can get live updates and scoring at NASCAR’s Race Center.

Kevin Harvick is the defending champ and has owned the Phoenix track through the years.


Site: Phoenix
Schedule: Sunday, race, 3:30 p.m., FOX.
Track: Phoenix Raceway (oval, 1 mile).
Race distance: 312 miles, 312 laps
Last year: Kevin Harvick held off Carl Edwards to win despite starting 18th. Harvick has won six of the last nine races in Phoenix.
Last week: Martin Truex Jr. picked up his first win of the season, taking all three stages at Las Vegas.
Fast facts: All eyes will be on Joey Logano and Kyle Busch, who fought on pit road after a late incident in Las Vegas. NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France said Monday that the sanctioning body is “not going to get too wound up about” the incident, though that could change if the two get into it again. … Brad Keselowski leads the series with 132 points. Kyle Larson is second with 131 despite not winning a race.
Next race: Auto Club 400, March 26, Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, California.

Site: Gainesville, Florida.
Schedule:  Sunday, finals, 3:37 p.m.
Last year: Brittany Force beat Terry McMillen in the finals in Florida.
Last race: Leah Pritchett won in Arizona.
Fast facts: Pritchett has won the first two races of the year. She has a 92-point lead over Tony Schumacher. … Force is third with 151 points, while back-to-back world champion Antron Brown is fourth with 143 points.
Next race: NHRA Nationals, The Strip at Las Vegas, March 31-April 2, Las Vegas.

(The Associated Press contributed)


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