Larson grabs the pole for Sunday's NASCAR " "AAA 400 Drive for Autism"


It wasn't smooth sailing for Martin Truex Jr. but the gritty Furniture Row Racing driver still brought home a fourth-place finish in Sunday's AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway. By the time he got back to the lead lap, he had used up his equipment and simply could not contend. May.

"I feel like if we keep running the way that we're running today, top 5, top 10 - pretty much all day long we were running in the top 10 - I think it can happen any time". Despite having three wins last season and advancing to the penultimate round of the playoffs before being eliminated, Johnson's last trip to Victory Lane was nearly a year ago, allowing people to question everything from his ability to the quality of his auto. "I think anytime you like a place, you tend to understand it better and figure it out a little bit quicker". Outside of that, Harvick hasn't finished lower than seventh and has three wins and four additional top-five finishes.

"Battling back from that tire issue definitely hurt us".

Kyle Larson is the second favorite to win this week, but he generally doesn't win on short tracks.

A information launch from Dover police says officers have been referred to as to the infield of the race monitor shortly earlier than 11 a.m. Friday. Larson and Bowman lost their vehicle chiefs, and both teams were docked 30 minutes of practice next week at Kansas Speedway.

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Kevin Harvick dominated a race interrupted by rain and drove to his Cup Series-high fourth victory of the season Sunday at Dover International Speedway.

Chase Elliott, another Chevy driver who had complained last week he didn't have help from his fellow manufacturer drivers in the closing laps, will start sixth on Sunday.

(24) William Byron #, Chevrolet, 155.313 miles per hour. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 16. He's really locked in now with the Ford vehicle after running Chevys his entire career up until past year, and Fords are ahead of the pack this season, aside from what Kyle Busch has done in his #18 auto. Larson also won Chevy's first pole since Alex Bowman took the top spot at the Daytona 500. Ross Chastain 29. Matt DiBenedetto 30.

Darrell Wallace Jr. had thrived at Dover and won two poles and had a runner-up finish in the Xfinity Series. Austin Dillon 27. David Ragan 28. Gray Gaulding 31. Landon Cassill 32. Cody Ware 37. Derrick Cope 38.