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Topic - Kyle Larson
When qualifying ended at Texas Motor Speedway, Chase Elliott hopped a fence and went on his way without a single fan bothering to stop him for an autograph or picture.
Kyle Larson was ninth on the final restart at California, with four rows of traffic to navigate in two laps in a frantic bid for the best finish possible. With Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart at the front, Larson wasn't even thinking about victory.
Kyle Busch figured he had little chance to defend his Fontana title for most of Sunday while he circled the oval in a "mediocre" car.
Kyle Busch capably blocked Larson and outlasted Stewart and Kurt Busch to win a wacky race featuring a track-record 35 lead changes and numerous tire problems. With his 29th career Sprint Cup victory in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota, Kyle Busch is NASCAR's fifth winner in five races already this season.
With tires and tempers blowing up all over the track for 400 crazy miles, Kyle Busch stayed calm and relied on his remarkable knack for big finishes at Fontana.
Kyle Larson won his first Nationwide Series race Saturday, holding off Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch in a thrilling finish at Fontana.
Kyle Busch got his 16th career win at Bristol Motor Speedway - more than any other NASCAR driver at any other track -by holding off Kyle Larson after a late restart in Saturday's Nationwide Series race.
Chip Ganassi Racing signed 18-year-old Dylan Kwasniewski to be its next development driver on Sunday, adding another top young talent to its stable.
Kyle Larson's Daytona 500 debut got off to a rough start because of two early issues.
Regan Smith had the checkered flag in sight at Daytona a year ago and a freight train of cars in his rearview mirror.
Say hello to the new guys in NASCAR.
Upon further review, Kyle Larson's time at the Rolex 24 at Daytona wasn't the flop he thought it was when he first climbed out of the car.
Kyle Larson's fourth career race on a road course didn't start as planned.
Kyle Larson ran well in his Sprint Cup debut before blowing an engine with 87 laps remaining in the 334-lap race.
"Wow," Larson said after following Busch across the finish line at Auto Club Speedway. "Wow! Wow! Good job!"
"I guess you couldn't ask for more, but I was surprised to get up there late in the race," said Larson, who held off Busch to win the Nationwide race Saturday. "We were probably a 12th-place car for most of the day."