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Larson dominates for first Cup victory of 2024 at Las Vegas

The 2021 Cup Series champion from Elk Grove, California, led a race-high 181 of 267 laps and fended off a late charge from Tyler Reddick during a 27-lap dash to the finish to notch his second consecutive Cup victory at Sin City.

Hendrick Motorsports returns the No. 17 entry for an expanded Xfinity schedule in 2024

Alex Bowman, William Byron, Chase Elliott, Kyle Larson and Boris Said will take turns piloting Hendrick Motorsports' No. 17 entry throughout the 2024 Xfinity Series season.

NASCAR 2024: Las Vegas Entry List Preview for triple-header feature

The Cup debut of Kraus, Almirola's return and three Cup competitors entered for Friday's Truck Series action highlights NASCAR's upcoming triple-header weekend feature at Sin City.

Suárez edges Blaney and Busch in three-wide finish for second Cup career victory at Atlanta

The 2016 Xfinity Series champion from Monterrey, Mexico, led nine of 260 laps and edged Blaney by 0.003 seconds and Kyle Busch by 0.007 seconds to snap a one-year winless drought and return to Victory Lane at Atlanta.

Multi-car pileup in closing laps of Daytona 500

The Big One struck in the closing laps of the Daytona 500 and took out several of the strongest cars in the process.

William Byron capitalizes late to claim first Daytona 500 victory

The 26-year-old Byron from Charlotte, North Carolina, led the final four of 200 laps and prevailed during a four-lap shootout to become the 43rd competitor to win the Great American Race.

Bell overtakes teammate Hamlin to win second Bluegreen Vacations Duel; Grala secures Daytona 500 starting spot

The 29-year-old Bell from Norman, Oklahoma, led the final lap of 60 after overtaking teammate Hamlin for his first Duel career victory while the 25-year-old Grala from Boston achieved his third Great American Race career start.

Ryan Blaney crowned first NASCAR Cup Series championship; Ross Chastain wins finale at Phoenix

The 29-year-old, third-generation Blaney from High Point, North Carolina, outdueled title rivals Kyle Larson, William Byron and Christopher Bell to become the 36th different competitor to win a Cup Series title following a runner-up result in the 2023 finale at Phoenix.

Blaney achieves first Championship 4 berth with dominant Cup victory at Martinsville; Byron rounds out Championship 4 field

The third-generation Blaney from High Point, North Carolina, led 145 of 500 laps and beat runner-up Aric Almirola by nearly nine-tenths of a second to claim his third Cup Series victory of 2023 and secure his first Championship 4 berth.

Bell clinches Championship 4 berth with dramatic Cup victory at Homestead

The 2017 NASCAR Truck Series champion from Norman, Oklahoma, led 26 of 267 laps, including the final 15, en route to his second Cup Series victory of 2023 and claim a Championship 4 berth for a second consecutive season.

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