Kyle Larson was second to nobody in his home state. Larson persevered through four late restarts to win at Fontana on Sunday, adding his second career victory to his overall Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series points lead.
Johnson to start from back after crashing at Fontana
Jimmie Johnson plans to start from the back when he defends his Fontana title after a spin during practice wrecked his primary car. Johnson says he has elected not to participate in qualifying Friday, sending him to the back of the field Sunday.
Larson holds off Logano, wins at Fontana
Kyle Larson held off Joey Logano on the final lap to win the NASCAR Xfinity race at Auto Club Speedway on Saturday. Larson thrived out of a late restart with smart moves and a clever lane choice on Fontana's five-wide asphalt.
NASCAR has young drivers leading the way
Ryan Blaney already had his Hollywood moment earlier in the week when he got a photo with actress Daisy Ridley at a Lakers game. "She had no idea who I was," Blaney said with a grin.
NASCAR suspends crew chiefs for violations
NASCAR suspended the crew chiefs for Brad Keselowski and Kevin Harvick on Wednesday for violations at Phoenix Raceway. Keselowski's car failed post-race inspection on Sunday and NASCAR suspended crew chief Paul Wolfe three races.
Newman wins, but Busch-Logano still steal the headlines
Ryan Newman was able to snap his 127-race winless streak, but it's Joey Logano's late crash with Kyle Busch leading that caused the race to go to overtime and dominate the headlines for another week.
Newman skips late pit stop, stuns NASCAR field in Phoenix
Ryan Newman gambled and skipped a tire-changing pit stop to move from seventh place to the lead and held on for the final two laps for a surprise victory in Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series race.
Fresh generation of drivers emerging on NASCAR circuit
Five of the highest-starting eight drivers in NASCAR's lineup for its Monster Energy Series race on Sunday are 26 or younger. Ryan Blaney, starting next to pole-sitter and teammate Joey Logano on the front row, is 23. Kyle Larson starts in the second row, and he's all of 24.
Truex Jr. wins at fight-filled Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Martin Truex Jr. passed Brad Keselowski with two laps to go and avoided a last-lap wreck that led to a pit-road brawl and left Kyle Busch bloodied in a wild finish to the NASCAR Cup race Sunday.
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