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Chase Elliott’s victory at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course on August 16 marked his third win in a row at a road course. You love to see it!

To celebrate the big win, the 24-year-old Elliott — who also won the Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway earlier this year and at Watkins Glen last year — ripped a burnout of incredible proportions. Check it out!

Chase Elliott Burnout

Despite his epic display of showmanship following his Daytona Road Course win, Elliott’s post-race interview was pretty much a Master Class in humility.

“I had a phenomenal car. I don’t think I did anything special today,” said Elliott, who drives the No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro for Hendrick Motorsports.

Elliott, who also won the NASCAR All-Star Race at Bristol Motor Speedway in July, will start from the pole position at the NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway on Saturday, August 22.

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2020 Go Bowling 235 Race Results

1. Chase Elliott — Hendrick Motorsports — No. 9 Chevrolet

2. Denny Hamlin — Joe Gibbs Racing — No. 11 Toyota

3. Martin Truex Jr. — Joe Gibbs Racing — No. 19 Toyota

4. Jimmie Johnson — Hendrick Motorsports — No. 48 Chevrolet

5. Chris Buescher — Roush Fenway Racing — No. 17 Ford

6. Clint Bowyer — Stewart-Haas Racing — No. 14 Ford

7. Kaz Grala — Richard Childress Racing — No. 3 Chevrolet

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8. William Byron — Hendrick Motorsports — No. 24 Chevrolet

9. Joey Logano — Team Penske — No. 22 Ford

10. Michael McDowell — Front Row Motorsports — No. 34 Ford

11. Erik Jones — Joe Gibbs Racing — No. 20 Toyota

12. Alex Bowman — Hendrick Motorsports — No. 88 Chevrolet

13. Brad Keselowski — Team Penske — No. 2 Ford

14. Kurt Busch — Chip Ganassi Racing — No. 1 Chevrolet

15. Matt DiBenedetto — Wood Brothers Racing — No. 21 Ford

16. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. — JTG Daugherty Racing — No. 47 Chevrolet

17. Kevin Harvick — Stewart-Haas Racing — No. 4 Ford

18. Tyler Reddick — Richard Childress Racing — No. 8 Chevrolet

19. Ryan Newman — Roush Fenway Racing — No. 6 Ford

20. Ty Dillon — Germain Racing — No. 13 Chevrolet

21. Christopher Bell — Leavine Family Racing — No. 95 Toyota

22. Cole Custer — Stewart-Haas Racing — No. 41 Ford

23. Ryan Preece — JTG Daugherty Racing — No. 37 Chevrolet

24. Aric Almirola — Stewart-Haas Racing — No. 10 Ford

25. Bubba Wallace — Richard Petty Motorsports — No. 43 Chevrolet

26. Matt Kenseth — Chip Ganassi Racing — No. 42 Chevrolet

27. Daniel Suárez — Gaunt Brothers Racing — No. 96 Toyota

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28. Brennan Poole — Premium Motorsports — No. 15 Chevrolet

29. Timmy Hill — MBM Motorsports — No. 66 Toyota

30. James Davison — Petty Ware Racing — No. 51 Ford

31. Ryan Blaney — Team Penske — No. 12 Ford

32. Corey LaJoie — Go Fas Racing — No. 32 Ford

33. Quin Houff — StarCom Racing — No. 00 Chevrolet

34. J. J. Yeley — Rick Ware Racing — No. 27 Ford

35. John Hunter Nemechek — Front Row Motorsports — No. 38 Ford

36. Garrett Smithley — Rick Ware Racing — No. 53 Chevrolet

37. Kyle Busch — Joe Gibbs Racing — No. 18 Toyota

38. Stanton Barrett — Spire Motorsports — No. 77 Chevrolet

39. Brendan Gaughan — Beard Motorsports — No. 62 Chevrolet

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