Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott And Ryan Blaney discussed on WGR Programming
The radio and, most importantly, to the fans that showed up here. To watch it live in person. What they did was they watched Kyle Larson win a million dollars over Brad Keselowski Chase Elliott, Joey Logano, Ryan Blaney. That was your top five. Alex Bowman. His teammate, William Byron, was seventh. Eric L. Merola was eighth. Kyle Busch ninth. Kurt Busch was 10th finishing 11th was Christopher Bell. Michael McDowell was 12th Martin Truex Jr 13th 14th was Cole Custer 15th, Kevin Harvick, 16th Tyler Reddick, 17th, Matt, The Benedetto 18th, Ross Chastain, 19th Austin Dillon, 20th, Ryan Newman and Denny Hamlin pulled off the race track coming to the checkered flag and went to pit road. He'll finish last in 21st where you wrap up here in Texas, and we move on to Nashville. Alex. Rusty, What can we expect? We haven't been there inaugural race at that particular race track for NASCAR, and it should Stuff. I've been there a long time ago watching. It was a beautiful track a lot of concrete on it. It's going to be a whale of a racing ness in Nashville. Everybody is jacked up about going over there to Nashville. I am is one that's been there as well. And NASCAR Xfinity Series Truck series used to race there on that 1.33 mile d shaped concrete oval. It's unique. It's special. More importantly, NASCAR returns to Music City and the motor Racing Network will have it for you live. All right, We're out of breath. It's been spectacular. We're glad that you have been with us throughout the weekend, and, most importantly here. Over the course of the last four hours or so. I want to thank our engineer. That's Steve Fridley, our producer, Alexa, Henry and out in the turns today, and I bet they're out of gas. Dave Moody. And Mike Bagley on Pit Road, Steve Post and Kim Kun. My name is Jeff Struggle. I've been joined in the broadcast booth by my broadcast partner Alex Hayden and NASCAR Hall of Famer. Rusty Wallace and together as a team. We congratulate Kyle Larson, the winner of the All Star Race 2021 at Texas. Kyle Larson is the million dollar man. Motor Racing network's coverage of the NASCAR All Star race.