CONCORD N.C. – By the numbers, Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott have been impressive at Dover Motor Speedway.

Since joining Hendrick Motorsports ahead of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, the driver of the No. 5 Chevrolet has seen success at many tracks, but the “Monster Mile” certainly stands out. In two starts with Rick Hendrick’s team at Dover, Larson has an average finish of 4.0. However, the 30-year-old driver has had success at this track dating back to his time before the No. 5 group. 

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Larson has earned an average finish of 6.93 in 14 starts at Dover, which is best all-time among drivers with more than two starts. To put that into context, Jimmie Johnson, who won 11 times at Dover, had an average finish of 9.66. In these starts, the Elk Grove, California, native has paced the field for 899 laps, the most of any track for Larson on the Cup Series calendar. His one win at the concrete track came in the playoff race of 2019.

In his two starts with Hendrick Motorsports at the facility, Larson has run 505 (of 800) laps inside the top five and 694 (of 800) laps inside the top 10. Both marks rank second in the category with Elliott leading the way. That said, Larson has led 282 of the last 800 laps run at Dover. He leads second place by 179 circuits in this category. 

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As for Larson’s teammate Elliott, the “Monster Mile” has always been a successful track for the Dawsonville, Georgia, native. During his rookie season in 2016, he opened with back-to-back third place results. At a 1-mile track with extremely high speeds, these results turned heads but quickly morphed into greater accomplishments. Last season, the driver of the No. 9 NAPA Auto Parts Chevy earned his second career victory at Dover, leading 73 laps in the process.

With his first win at Dover in October 2018’s event, Elliott became the youngest winner in track history at 22 years old, 10 months and nine days, a record he still holds today. With the May 2022 victory, the 27-year-old driver became a repeat winner at the track in only 12 starts. The track is one of four facilities that he has won multiple times on with the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval, Talladega Superspeedway and Watkins Glen International the others. 

Over the last two Dover races, these successful trends have been on full display. The events have seen Elliott run a series-best 586 laps (of 800) inside the top five and 750 laps (of 800) inside the top 10. With top-five finishes in these last two races, Elliott will look to extend this mark to three this weekend. His nine top fives at the Delaware venue are his most at any track, his 394 laps led are his fourth-most at any track and his 9.75 average finish is fifth-best all-time among drivers with more than two starts at the facility. 

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Can either grab another win at Dover this weekend? Tune in on Monday, May 1, at 12 p.m. ET, on FS1, PRN Radio, and Sirius XM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90).