Larson dominates for third NASCAR All-Star race win, takes home $1 million
Kyle Larson took the NASCAR Cup Series all star drivers to the proverbial woodshed at the historic North Wilkesboro speedway and handed out a meeting. Knowing how good my car was, I wanted the second segment to play out exactly like you did. I just wanted a long run to the end. No drama. And that's what happened. He took home the win and the $1 million winner take all paycheck. Larson is the only driver to win three all star races at three different tracks, but can see that Sunday's victory was extra special on the resurrected speedway that hadn't seen NASCAR action since 1996. If I had to pick one of any of them, I think winning it historic track like this, you'd be in the first Cup Series winner since 96 is probably the coolest coolest thing. Bubba Wallace tried to chase Larsen down, but didn't have the speed to catch up. I even hit it on the head, you know, really all season, so to run second of them is not a bad thing, but the run second all star race. Sucks. His teammate Tyler Reddick finished third. Jerry Jordan, North Wilkesboro, North Carolina.