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Innovation and redemption define 2021 NASCAR season

Most of the NASCAR post-season reviews will focus primarily on statistics such as races won and laps led as a way to assess a particular driver’s season. By any measure, the 2021 Cup Series champion, Kyle Larson, had an extraordinary year.

Larson fulfills comeback season by capturing first NASCAR Cup Series championship at Phoenix

The Elk Grove, California, native fended off Martin Truex Jr. in a 24-lap shootout to win for the 10th time in 2021 and for his first NASCAR Cup Series championship in the desert state.

Bowman wins at Martinsville; Cup Championship 4 field set

The Tucson, Arizona, native spoiled the Playoff battle by claiming his first win at the Paperclip track amid a controversial incident with Denny Hamlin.

Playoff drivers react after pivotal race at Kansas

With only one race remaining before the NASCAR Cup Series 2021 champion is crowned at Phoenix Raceway on Nov. 7, Kyle Larson is the only driver in the Playoffs who has secured a spot in the championship finale.

Kyle Larson dominant again with Kansas victory

Kyle Larson started on the pole and led a race high 130 laps before going on to win for the first time at Kansas Speedway.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Texas

Kyle Larson clinched a Championship 4 berth with a dominant win at Texas, leading 256 of 334 laps.

Larson clinches championship spot with a win at Texas

The Elk Grove, California, native became the first of four Cup Series competitor to secure a championship finale spot with a win in the Lone Star state.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Roval

Kyle Larson experienced early electrical issues before rallying to take the win in the Bank Of America Roval 400.

Larson rallies to win at the Charlotte Roval, Playoff’s Round of 8 set

The Elk Grove, California, native overcame early alternator issues to notch his seventh victory of the season in the Playoff's Round of 8 finale.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Talladega

Denny Hamlin finished seventh at Talladega in a rain-delayed and rain-shortened race won by Bubba Wallace, who drives for 23XI Racing, co-owned by Hamlin and Michael Jordan.

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