Final running order for Camping World 500 at Phoenix Tim Durr @timdurr Mar 19, 2017 at 7:03p ET Joey Logano brought out the late caution when he blew a tire and three drivers stayed out, including race winner Ryan Newman. Check out where all 39 drivers finished in the Camping World 500 at Phoenix Raceway. Getty Images Getty Images 1 Ryan Newman In his first win since Indianapolis 2013, Newman gambled late and stayed on the track, holding off Larson to win the race. 2 Kyle Larson For the third week in a row, Larson came up just short, finishing second-place again. 3 Kyle Busch Busch looked to have his redemption over Logano with a win, but then the driver of the No. 22 blew a tire and bumped Busch back to a third-place finish. 4 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Stenhouse stayed out on track with Newman and Truex Jr. and pulled off one of his best finishes in years. 5 Brad Keselowski Keselowski continued to have a strong start to the season and pulled off another top 5. 6 Kevin Harvick The most dominant driver at Phoenix turned a struggling car into a solid result. 7 Daniel Suarez The rookie driver continued to make gains on the car all race and got a great finish after a late restart. 8 Erik Jones The No. 77 Furniture Row Racing Toyota ran up front all race and Jones brought home a great result. 9 Jimmie Johnson The seven-time champion pulled off another top 10 finish in the desert. 10 Denny Hamlin Hamlin overcame a tire issue that forced him to start in the back, then an in-race tire problem. Through all of that, he battled back for a top 10. 11 Martin Truex Jr. The pit crew for the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing team didn't do any favors for their driver as Truex never gained a spot on pit road all day. 12 Chase Elliott Elliott had one of the best cars early in the race but slid back late. Still a decent day for the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy. 13 Clint Bowyer It was another solid run for Bowyer and the Stewart-Haas Racing crew. He's still a bit off of the top-tier cars, though. 14 Dale Earnhardt Jr. As the race went on, Dale Jr. lost his brakes and fell back through the field. He ends up with a top 15. 15 Jamie McMurray McMurray looked to be a contender early but like many, fell back through the field as the race entered the final stage. 16 Ty Dillon The Dillon brothers nearly took each other out late in the race. Ty got the best of his older sibling at the finish, though. 17 Aric Almirola It's been a solid start to the season for the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Ford. 18 Austin Dillon Another finish that wasn't quite as good as Dillon hoped. 19 Trevor Bayne Bayne didn't have a competitive Ford all day, but made his way into the top 20 late. 20 Kasey Kahne A loose lug nut on the final pit stop took a top 10 and turned it into a worse day. 21 Paul Menard Menard came into the race sitting solid in the points standings but didn't have a great day in Phoenix. 22 Danica Patrick The struggles continued for Patrick in the desert. 23 Ryan Blaney Blaney was too fast on pit road on the final stop that ruined a great performance. 24 Michael McDowell The hometown driver raced mid-pack most of the race and made sparks fly with some tough racing with Allmendinger late. 25 Kurt Busch Once again, Busch faced battery/alternator issues all race, causing him to have a long day. 26 AJ Allmendinger Allmendinger and Michael McDowell bumped each other a lot in the late stages of the race. Not a great finish for the JTG Daugherty Chevy. 27 Chris Buescher Buescher had another rough day. He's struggled mightily in the No. 37 JTG Daugherty Chevrolet. 28 Landon Cassill Cassill fell off the lead lap early and didn't have a competitive car all race. 29 Matt DiBenedetto The Go FAS Racing driver struggled to get going all day and finished near the back of the pack. 30 Reed Sorenson The Georgia native tried to keep his car on the lead lap all race but then dropped back in the closing laps. 31 Joey Logano A blown tire turned Logano's front-running Ford into a 31st-place finish. 32 Timmy Hill Hill logged laps and gained experience on Sunday at Phoenix. 33 Derrike Cope The old vet continues to log laps in 2017. 34 Cole Whitt After a very solid start to the season, Whitt blew a tire and hit the wall at Phoenix. 35 David Ragan Ragan lost a tire that spun him into the No. 23 Toyota, taking both out. 36 Gray Gaulding The rookie driver gained experience and logged laps in the desert before Ragan lost a tire on the inside of him. 37 Matt Kenseth Kenseth blew a tire and hit the wall hard around the midway point of the race. 38 Corey Lajoie If you had the side bet for LaJoie bringing out the first caution for the fourth consecutive race, congratulations. 39 Jeffrey Earnhardt Earnhardt had an engine failure quickly that put him out of the race. Next Gallery 18 Best photos from Monster Energy Series race at Phoenix Start Gallery » FOX Fantasy Auto Form a Racing Team, Compete for Prizes Play Now!