Full highlights and results from the two-day race at Bristol Motor Speedway

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Check out highlights and results from two rain-filled days at Bristol Motor Speedway.

ADAM: We start off Sunday, Kyle Busch, on the pole going for his seventh Bristol win after getting the victory in Texas. We know how good this guy is when it comes to racing at Bristol.

Early accident, Michael McDowell, fast all weekend gets turned around in the 34. Chase Elliott has nowhere to go. Martin Truex sliding in, damaging the 78.

Let's go onboard with AJ Allmendinger. How does he get stopped? Oh, my goodness! Great effort there! And even better from Jimmie Johnson, who weaves his way through. Not a scratch for the seventh time champ, Shannon.

SHANNON: Anti-lock brakes and power steering, I guess. OK, lap 50. First red flag of the day for rain. Goes back to green with Blaney leading the field.

Then on lap 61, Erik Jones gets loose, spins Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who really-- that 17 team had so much to overcome this entire weekend. And was able to do it, and get a really good finish today.

Then on lap 118, Trevor Bayne, sets off the big rack. He takes out leader-- yes, I said leader, Ryan Blaney, who had one of the fastest cars on the day. Very frustrated, for Blaney to be taking that long walk to the ambulance and the infield care center.

ADAM: His disappointment opens the door for his teammate, Brad Keselowski, who once we went green was able to get the green and white checkered flag signifying that he is the winner of Stage 1. And then, the rains came.

And it was not pretty. And NASCAR said to the drivers, you don't have to go home, but you can't stay here. We'll see you tomorrow at 1:00 o'clock, and we'll resume this race.

SHANNON: And that's where we will resume today. Lap 205, green flag. Everyone is like, yes! We're finally racing. Stage 2 winner, that would be, Brad Keselowski! Take a look at that. He's able to get that checkered flag, and get some more stage points, I should say.

Kyle Larson, spun by the 31. 18, barely misses him. Woo!

ADAM: Yikes!

SHANNON: Right through there.


No damage for the 18. And then, 31 to go, Brad Keselowski, leading. But check it out. Who's that coming through, Adam?

ADAM: Is that-- that's not Richard Petty?


ADAM: That's Bubba Wallace, driving the 43, and leading with just over 100 laps remaining in Bristol, Tennessee. But later on, Larson would rally back to the front. And I thought he was easily going to win this thing, Shannon.

SHANNON: Absolutely. Certainly, I mean, the car was there. Everything they had was there. But, you have to be there at the end. This guy was not there at the end. Brad Keselowski, Ford 69, hard hit into the outside wall. And that would, pretty much, ruin his day.

ADAM: Larson, didn't want the caution. Kyle Busch needed one. Got it. Bump-and-run, 18 to the point. How about his second consecutive win in 2018. Seventh time he's won in Bristol, Tennessee.

And for Kyle Busch, it's career win number 45. He has done it, again. And he's now won the last four races he's entered at the world's last great Colosseum, if you consider he swept the weekend last August.

So here are the results. Kyle is at the top. There is Kyle Larson's second, after leading 200 laps. Great weekend for Jimmie Johnson, who gets a Top 5 finish. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., all over the map this weekend. But, he's in the Top 5.

So is Alex Bowman. Great effort for Hendrick Motorsports, who puts two cars in the Top 5 for the first time since last September, in Dover, Delaware. Three SHR cars in the Top 10. And Joey Logano, off to a great start this season, Top 10 every race, but one.