winner 2021 NASCAR All-Star Game Made two bold passes to collect a cool million.
Kyle Larson rose from third to first in the final stage of the game in Texas on Sunday night, sweeping Chase Ellio early on the perimeter in a 10-lap shootout. Te and Brad Keselowski rushed to the checkered flag.
After Charlotte and Sonoma’s regular season victory, Larson’s move made him a winner for the third consecutive week. More importantly for the Hendrick Motorsports driver, he won a $1 million winner-take-all prize.
Below is more information about Larson’s victory on Sunday, as well as the full results of the game.
Who won the NASCAR All-Star Game yesterday?
This is the sentence copied and pasted at the moment: Kyle Larson won the NASCAR Cup series on Sunday. His most recent victory was in the All-Star Game at Texas Motor Speedway. Larson won his second All-Star title, and his first victory was in 2019.
After the sixth and final stage of the 100-lap exhibition started, Larsson squeezed Elliott and Keselowski eight laps in third place. Larson and Keselowski exchanged their lead before Larson took office.
“The last reboot fully met my needs,” Larson said. “I hope Chase doesn’t run well behind him. Thankfully, I think 12 (Ryan Blaney) got into his inside line. I just pushed him back. He might think I will follow him. I was like, “Must With enough grip, we can run to a corner. “
“It was a bit slippery there, but I was able to grab it and then pull him off there,” Larson added. “I can not believe it.”
Keselowski took his team Penske Ford home and swept Hendrick again with a score of 1-2. Elliott finished third.
“It feels like running second after Hendrick is now an achievement,” Keselowski said. “Their speed was too fast. I (Larson) left turn 4, but their speed was so fast. He happened to come by me.
NASCAR All-Star Game Results from Texas
The first place is the only position that really matters on Sunday night, because no points were paid, only Kyle Larson’s late pass won $1 million.
The Cup Series will resume on the Nashville Super Highway on Sunday, June 20 at Ally 400 (3:30 PM EST; NBCSN, TSN3, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR radio). The last time NASCAR raced on the 1.33-mile oval track was in 2001, but this will be the first cup series on the track. The Xfinity and Truck series have competed there before.
As Nashville is a new track on the Cup schedule, qualifying will be held at 11:05 AM Eastern Time on the match day.
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This report uses materials from NASCAR Wire Service.