23 JUNE 2024 During the USA TODAY 301 at NEW HAMPSHIRE MOTOR SPEEDWAY in LOUDON, NH (HHP/ Tim Parks)
The NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway is under a weather delay. (HHP/ Tim Parks)

Cup Series Race At New Hampshire Resumes After Delay

LOUDON, N.H. — The NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway has resumed in wet-weather conditions after a delay of more than two hours. Weather in the area forced NASCAR to throw a red flag after 219 of 301 laps. 

Series officials instructed teams to put wet-weather tires on the cars. Pit road opened for live stops as soon as the red flag was lifted. 

At the time of the delay, Tyler Reddick led with Ryan Blaney, Denny Hamlin, Todd Gilliland and Justin Haley inside the top five. Michael McDowell, Kyle Larson, Austin Cindric, Christopher Bell and Noah Gragson were also running in the top 10. Bell and Hamlin won the first two stages. 

Christopher Bell ultimately won in NASCAR Overtime, sweeping the weekend.