A win was coming, Kyle Larson could feel it, and he was right. When Larson showed up for the Daytona 500, it was his first race back from a nearly yearlong suspension. The rebuilding path involved a personal journey for Larson, whose Japanese grandparents where confined to an internment camp during World War II. Larson, despite his own family experience with racism and at nearly 28 years old, was somehow immune, immature and unaware of racial injustices.
Erik Jones and Richard Petty Motorsports notched their first to-10 finish together in Sunday's Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Back-to-back wins for Hendrick Motorsports shows how much progress the organization has made since last season.