NASCAR At New Hampshire Race Results: Tony Stewart Scores Second-Straight Chase Win

In a reversal of last year's Chase race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Tony Stewart was able to save enough fuel and capitalize as race leader Clint Bowyer ran out of gas with two laps to go.

"You can take a breath, I've got this," Stewart said on the final lap coming to the win. 

"I know exactly how he feels right now," Stewart said of Bowyer running out of gas. "That's not how you want to win it for sure, but we're in the Chase right now and we'll take them any way we can right now."

Taking the checkered flag for the second week in a row, Stewart opened the 2011 Chase with back-to-back wins to become the points leader – the first driver to do so since Greg Biffle in 2008.

After an impressive performance in the spring, Stewart said he felt this weekend was "a good opportunity" to make gains in the Chase, but admitted "it's way too early to count your chickens."

Here is how they finished (Chase drivers in bold):

  1. Tony Stewart
  2. Brad Keselowski
  3. Greg Biffle
  4. Jeff Gordon
  5. Brian Vickers
  6. Matt Kenseth
  7. David Ragan
  8. Carl Edwards
  9. Juan Pablo Montoya
  10. Regan Smith
  11. Kyle Busch
  12. Kevin Harvick
  13. Jeff Burton
  14. Joey Logano
  15. Kasey Kahne
  16. Martin Truex Jr.
  17. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  18. Jimmie Johnson
  19. Bobby Labonte
  20. Paul Menard
  21. AJ Allmendinger
  22. Kurt Busch
  23. Jamie McMurray
  24. Mark Martin
  25. Ryan Newman
  26. Clint Bowyer
  27. J.J. Yeley
  28. David Reutiman
  29. Denny Hamlin
  30. Marcos Ambrose
  31. Mike Bliss 
  32. David Gillilandf
  33. Landon Cassill
  34. Andy Lally
  35. Dave Blaney
  36. Joe Nemechek
  37. Michael McDowell
  38. David Stremme
  39. Josh Wise
  40. Robby Gordon
  41. Scott Speed
  42. Casey Mears
  43. Travis Kvapil
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