Kyle Larson headlines a growing list of Cup and Xfinity Series competitors who will be pulling double duty efforts between the ARCA Menards Series West, Xfinity and Cup weekend events in Sonoma, California.
The 36-year-old Allgaier from Riverton, Illinois, led a race-high 83 of 200 laps and stretched his fuel tank while leading the final 33 laps to notch the first victory of the season for himself and JR Motorsports.
The 29-year-old Blaney from High Point, North Carolina, led a race-high 163 of 400 laps and withstood trials and challenges from Mother Nature to the on-track chaos to snap a 59-race winless drought in NASCAR's longest event on the schedule.
The No. 54 JGR pit crew led by crew chief Chris Gayle and piloted by rookie Ty Gibbs were awarded a $100,000 bonus for executing the fastest pit stop time and awarding Gibbs pole position for the All-Star Open.
The three-time Daytona 500 champion from Chesterfield, Virginia, led 34 of 267-scheduled laps and executed a thrilling last-lap victory over Kyle Larson to notch his first Cup victory of the 2023 season.
The two-time Cup Series champion from Las Vegas, Nevada, led three of 196 over-scheduled laps and dodged a final lap carnage amid late fuel concerns to claim his second triumph of the season and his first at 'Dega in 15 years.
The 41-year-old Allmendinger from Los Gatos, California, led a race-high 28 of 46-scheduled laps and fended off William Byron during a 14-lap dash to the finish to notch a second consecutive Xfinity victory in Austin.