Larson has earned 107 total stage points, the ninth-most among the competition.
Pocono was the first true battle between these top three drivers, and at the end of the day, Truex, Jr. was on top. What’s great is that it could have gone any way, and that made Pocono a better race then it should have been.
Kyle Larson is seeking his sixth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory this weekend when the Cup series returns to Michigan International Speedway this weekend for the Firekeepers Casino 400. … Continue Reading Kyle Larson looks to continue Michigan dominance
LONG POND, Pa. — Martin Truex, Jr. was back in championship form on Sunday afternoon at Pocono Raceway, as he held on to win his second race of the 2018 … Continue Reading Truex, Jr. claims victory again in Pocono 400
Kevin Harvick is back on top of the NASCAR world after another dominating performance at “The Monster Mile”
“I know Larson was a little bit loose right there,” Busch said. “It seemed like he was over driving and trying to hold the bottom, but he was slipping out of the bottom and I got a huge run on him and got to him and it was just on.”
BRISTOL, Tenn.—For the first time since last Fall at Dover, Hendrick Motorsports placed two cars inside the top five. Teammates Jimmie Johnson and Alex Bowman both finished among the top … Continue Reading Jimmie Johnson, Alex Bowman post best finishes of season