You asked: Who won the Nascar race in Phoenix Arizona today?

Kyle Larson won Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series season finale at Phoenix Raceway to win his first Cup championship. Larson was the top finisher among the Championship 4 drivers. He beat out Martin Truex Jr. in second, Denny Hamlin in third, and Chase Elliott in fifth.

Who won the 2021 Phoenix race today?

AVONDALE, ARIZ. Kyle Larson is NASCAR’s 2021 Cup Series champion. He won Sunday’s race at Phoenix Raceway to clinch the title and record a 10-win season.

NASCAR Championship at Phoenix race results.

Order 3
Car No. 11
Driver Denny Hamlin (P)
Time behind leader 1.193

Who won at Phoenix International Raceway?

Kevin Harvick, driver of the No. 4 for Stewart-Haas Racing, became the first driver since 2015 to win three consecutive races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series by claiming the victory in Sunday’s TicketGuardian 500 at ISM Raceway.

Who won today’s Nascar?

NASCAR Race Recap: Kyle Larson won Sunday evening’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway after a blazing fast stop from his pit crew got him out front on the final restart. Larson held off Martin Truex Jr. for the last 24 laps en route to his first career Cup Series title.

Who won the Nascar race today 2021?

6:47 p.m.: Larson holds off Truex, and he is the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion. 6:47 p.m.: Truex has now made it about a half-second gap with two laps to go.

NASCAR Championship 4 results.

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Pos. Driver
4 Chase Elliott

Who won the spring race in Phoenix?

Race Information. #19-Martin Truex, Jr. won the Instacart 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Phoenix Raceway.

What time is the Nascar Cup race today?

START TIME: 2 p.m. ET.

Who won Stage 2 today?

5:37 p.m., Lap 190: Kyle Larson wins the second stage, followed by Chase Elliott, Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr.

Who won the Xfinity race yesterday?

AVONDALE, Ariz. — Daniel Hemric picked the perfect time to win his first NASCAR national series race—and a title came with it. Executing an aggressive bump-and-run in Saturday night’s NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship Race, Hemric passed Austin Cindric in the final two corners at Phoenix Raceway.