NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C – Kyle Larson's busy Sunday of racing concluded with a fourth-place finish in the NASCAR All-Star Race at North Wilkesboro Speedway. The result was the best of the Hendrick Motorsports quartet and came after the driver of the No. 5 entry started at the rear of the field due to his absence from All-Star Qualifying to participate in qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 on Saturday. 

Larson's move towards the front of the field came during the final competition caution on lap 150 of 200. Running in the sixth position, crew chief Cliff Daniels opted to bring his driver to pit road to put on a scuffed set of option tires. Now the first driver with a tire advantage, Larson rocketed from 10th to the third position on the restart. By the end of the main event, it was a fourth-place finish for Larson.

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Chase Elliott earned a top-10 result on Sunday evening after crossing the line in the eighth position. The No. 9 NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet began the day in the 15th position and quickly moved up the running order as the race went green. However, Elliott's momentum would stall out as he entered the top 10. Like Larson, the team opted to pit for a scuffed set of option tires during the final scheduled yellow, allowing their driver to climb up to eighth by the end of the 200-lap race.

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William Byron was credited with a 19th-place finish. The No. 24 team had moved up to the 11th position during the opening segment before contact with the wall off of turn four broke the right rear toe link. Although repairs were made, Byron was unable to make up any positions with the damage.

The No. 48 Ally Racing Team came home sixth in the NASCAR All-Star Open and did not advance to the All-Star Race. Bowman began the 100-lap qualifying race on the front row before fading to the fifth position in the first segment. After quick work in the pits during the halfway caution on lap 50, Bowman moved back up to the runner-up slot. By the time the checkered flag came the team crossed the line in fifth. 

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Next up for the NASCAR Cup Series will be the sport's longest race, the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Catch all the action on Sunday, May 26, at 6 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN Radio and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90).