Kyle Larson was the most dominant racer at Dover International Speedway during Sunday’s Drydene 400. But he wasn’t the winner.
Despite leading 263 of 400 laps and boasting NASCAR’s highest average finish at the track (7.4) all time, he could not pull off a victory; that went to Alex Bowman, who led the final 98 laps to earn his second win of the season.
It seemed as if Larson — who finished in the top two for the fifth straight race at Dover — would enjoy his first win on the track since October 2019. But a wreck by Aric