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Larson outlasts Elliott at Michigan again

19 June 2017

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"You've got to stay on top of everything", Hylton added. Get started for free by clicking the button below. We were fighting just being free and as the day went on we never really fixed that issue and that loose wheel early kind of got us pinned in a strategy we didn't want to be in. No Michigan-native driver has ever won a Cup Series race at Michigan. He didn't win it easy either, as he had to hold off every move Kyle Busch threw at him in the final few laps.

"I'd love to be able to relate to that fan and have them come be a fan of me", Jones said. It was Larson's third career win - and second in a row at MIS. Kyle Busch has the second most stages won this year with four. Truex also leads the series with stage wins (eight) and playoff points (18). "They were pretty fast leading up to MI past year, but I feel like since MI when we got that win, we have just continued to make them better and had a great offseason". We are in for some good racing.

The NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series makes the first of two 2017 stops at Michigan International Speedway this afternoon. Track: Michigan International Speedway (oval, 2 miles). "It's not like we're out to win races, but we're running consistently".

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As fast as his final lap was, Truex will start second for the third consecutive race, having lost poles at Dover and Pocono to Kyle Busch.

Only four drivers led the race. Place Differential is going to be huge in finding value this week, especially in cash games.

As the old saying goes, in order to be the best, you have to beat the best. Wood Brothers Racing is seeking its 100th win after Ryan Blaney posted the 99th win for the team May 11 at Pocono Raceway.

"I can't thank these guys enough", Larson said. Elliott was second in both MI races previous year, and again this time. Matt Kenseth and Kyle Larson round out the Top 5 as both have a win here in the last two years and each has two Top 5's.

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. was one of the other drivers who expressed frustration on social media after the race, despite a bounce-back performance that earned him a top-10 finish. It was a disappointing day for Brad Keselowski.

The No. 2 Blue Deuce driver claims five top fives, 10 top 10s and a 12.3 average finish at the Brooklyn, Mich., track. He started on the pole and finished up front, too, gaining three spots in the Cup Series standings. Both of them we've been successful at. Jimmie Johnson and Martin Truex Jr. are right behind him at 13/2.

Ty Dillon ($6,100) - Dillon should be a lock for cash games starting dead last this week. "I wasn't really that nervous". His Ford teammate Ryan Blaney won last Sunday on NASCAR's longest straightaway, giving confidence to Bowyer and three-time MI victor Kurt Busch. Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch also were sent to the rear for the start because of unapproved body modifications before the race.

If you have any questions scroll down to the comment section and join the conversation.Good Luck everyone! He lives in Saskatchewan, Canada with his wife and two daughters. He is active player in NFL, MLB, NHL, PGA, and of course NASCAR.

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Larson outlasts Elliott at Michigan again