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NASCAR at Kansas results: Kyle Larson&#;s third straight win leaves Championship 4 spots up for grabs

There were three Championship 4 spots up for grabs entering the race at Kansas Speedway on Sunday. After the race, there are still three spots up for grabs.

The race was won by Kyle Larson, who already punched his ticket to the Championship 4 with a win at Texas Motor Speedway last week. The win was Larson's third straight and ninth overall this year and he led for much of Sunday in all three stages.

There was an early weather delay in Stage 1, but it lasted all of about 10 minutes before the race got back underway. 

Ryan Blaney, who entered the day in second place in the standings, didn't finish the race and finished in 37th, dropping him to fifth place and one point below the cut line for the championship race with one race to go.

Overtaking Blaney's second-place spot in the standings was Chase Elliott, who finished second on the day and is 34 points above the cut line. Elliott challenged for much of the day and even led for part of it, putting on a late-race push with about 10 laps to go, but ultimately fell short.

The only major collision of the day came when Ryan Newman spun out after making contact with Austin Dillon's car late in the race. It ocurred just after Brad Keselowski had pitted, putting Keselowski even further behind and ultimately sees Keselowski six points back entering the final race at Martinsville Speedway next week.

The other two drivers in the top four at the moment are Denny Hamiln, who's 32 points above the cut line, and Kyle Busch, who's just one point over. The final three spots in the Championship 4 will be claimed next week at Martinsville Speedway.

Sporting News tracked live updates and lap-by-lap highlights from NASCAR's playoff race at Kansas on Sunday. Below are complete results from the Hollywood Casino

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NASCAR at Kansas results, highlights from Hollywood Casino

p.m.:  Kyle Larson wins at Kansas and remains the only driver locked in to the Championship 4. It's his third win in a row and he furthers his lead atop the playoff standings.

p.m.:  Chase Elliott has gone into the wall three times here in the last 10 laps. Elliott in sconed place nearly seconds behind the leader Larson with four laps to go.

p.m.:  Elliott and Harvick in second and third right now. They've been feuding the last few weeks. Let's see if the two of them near each other escalates to anything.

p.m.:  Right now it's Kevin Harvick challenging Kyle Larson for the lead with 35 laps to go. Harvick going for his first win of the season.

p.m.:  Ryan Blaney is done for the day after hitting the wall and his team can't fix it.

p.m.:  Another caution as Ryan Blaney hits the wall after Austin Dillon makes contact with Blaney. Blaney entered the day second in playoff points.

p.m.:  Here's how the restart shakes out after the caution from Newman's spin out:

p.m.:  The caution flag comes out with 50 laps to go as Ryan Newman spins out.

p.m.:  Brad Keselowski pits as his engine temperatures rise.

p.m.:  Larson hits the wall but doesn't seem to be headed toward pit road anytime soon.

p.m.:  With just over 60 laps to go, the top three drivers right now are all non-playoff drivers.

p.m.:  On Lap with the restart underway, here's where the top-8 stand

p.m.:  Here's the restart positions for Joe Gibbs Racing entering the third and final stage.

p.m.:  William Byron, a non-playoff driver, wins Stage 2. 

p.m.:  With two laps to go, right now only three playoff drivers are slated to get points out of Stage 2.

p.m.:  Logano pits on Lap and now WIlliam Byron reclaims the lead.

p.m.:  Because of Joey Logano, there are only five cars on the lead lap currently with 23 laps to go in Stage 2.

p.m.:  Kyle Busch hits the wall and is now back on pit row.

p.m.:  More than halfway through Stage 2 and Kurt Busch is in the lead as Byron and Elliott both head to pit road.

p.m.:  Elliott has the fastest lap of the day and it shows. Currently got nearly a second lead on Lap

p.m:  The wind is playing a factor and the temperature has dropped significantly from the beginning of the race. May start to see that affect what goes on on the track.

p.m.:  Chase Elliott retakes the lead here eight laps in to Stage 2.

p.m.:  Now a must-win for one of either Brad Keselowski or Martin Truex, Jr. to stay in the hunt for one of the three remaining Championship 4 spots.

p.m.:  Stage 1 comes to a close with Kyle Larson firmly in the lead. Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch and Chase Elliott all get points.

p.m.:  Important context on what's at stake today and what it'll take to clinch a spot in the Championship 4:

p.m.:  With 25 laps to go in Stage 1, Kyle Larson holds nearly a second lead over the second place William Byron at the moment.

p.m.:  Brad Keselowski, currently sixth in the playoff standings, suffers a setback. Hits the wall and gets a flat rear tire.

p.m.:  Chase Elliott has taken his first lead of the day with 34 laps gone. Wlliam Byron in second and Kyle Larson in third.

p.m.:  Bubba Wallace and Kyle Busch go to the rear. Wallace for an uncontrolled tire and Busch for pitting when pits are closed.

p.m.:  Kyle Busch has a flat front right tire and is headed to pit road.

p.m.:  Action is officially back underway here with 16 laps gone. Still Kyle Larson in first, but just barely.

p.m.:  Turns out it'll be a shorter delay than expected as the weather and lightning seem to have left the area. Drivers heading back to their cars.

p.m.:  It's a lightning delay in Kansas City, stopping the action for at least the next half hour.

p.m.:  The racers are brought to pit road on the caution due to the weather, stopping the action, at least temporarily.

p.m.:  All of the members of Team Hendrick honored their former team members who died in a plane crash 17 years ago today.

p.m.:  A caution comes out due to rain on the 11th lap of the day. Drops apparently getting heavier.

p.m.:  Through five laps and Kyle Larson has been steadily in the front of the pack.

p.m.:  The second of three round of 8 races is officially underway.

p.m.:  The flyover is complete and with the cue for the drivers to start their engines, action is almost underway.

NASCAR start time today

  • Time:  3 p.m. ET (TV time)

The green flag for Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series playoff race on Kansas Speedway's mile intermediate track is scheduled to drop at  p.m. ET ( p.m. local time) Sunday. The track has lights, so the race can finish after sunset if there is a delay.

What channel is NASCAR on today?

  • TV channel: NBCSN (TSN in Canada)
  • Live stream: NBC Sports.com | NBC Sports App | fuboTV ( 7-day free trial )
  • Radio:  MRN

NBCSN's programming will begin at 2 p.m. ET with the "Countdown to Green" prerace show hosted by Marty Snider with Kyle Petty and Dale Jarrett. Race coverage will begin at 3 p.m. Rick Allen will have the play-by-play call while Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte will provide analysis.

Snider, Parker Kligerman and Dave Burns will be the pit reporters.

NASCAR Cup playoff standings 

A playoff driver who wins a race in the Round of 8 automatically qualifies for the Championship 4 race Nov. 7 at Phoenix Raceway.

Pos.DriverPoints
1x-Kyle Larson
2Ryan Blaney
3Denny Hamlin
4Kyle Busch
5Chase Elliott
6Brad Keselowski
7Martin Truex Jr.
8Joey Logano

x-Advanced to Championship 4 race.

NASCAR starting lineup at Kansas

Here is the complete NASCAR starting lineup for the Hollywood Casino

Start pos.DriverCar No.Team
1P-Kyle Larson5Hendrick Motorsports
2P-Ryan Blaney12Team Penske
3P-Brad Keselowski2Team Penske
4P-Kyle Busch18Joe Gibbs Racing
5P-Chase Elliott9Hendrick Motorsports
6P-Denny Hamlin11Joe Gibbs Racing
7P-Martin Truex Jr.19Joe Gibbs Racing
8P-Joey Logano22Team Penske
9William Byron24Hendrick Motorsports
10Christopher Bell20Joe Gibbs Racing
11Kevin Harvick4Stewart-Haas Racing
12Tyler Reddick8Richard Childress Racing
13Kurt Busch1Chip Ganassi Racing
14Austin Dillon3Richard Childress Racing
15Matt DiBenedetto21Wood Brothers Racing
16Daniel Suarez99Trackhouse Racing
17Erik Jones43Richard Petty Motorsports
18Michael McDowell34Front Row Motorsports
19Chase Briscoe14Stewart-Haas Racing
20Aric Almirola10Stewart-Haas Racing
21Chris Buescher17Roush Fenway Racing
22Cole Custer41Stewart-Haas Racing
23Corey LaJoie7Spire Motorsports
24Ross Chastain42Chip Ganassi Racing
25Alex Bowman48Hendrick Motorsports
26BJ McLeod78Live Fast Motorsports
27Bubba Wallace2323XI Racing
28Ricky Stenhouse Jr.47JTG Daugherty Racing
29Anthony Alfredo38Front Row Motorsports
30Josh Bilicki52Rick Ware Racing
31Ryan Newman6Roush Fenway Racing
32Ryan Preece37JTG Daugherty Racing
33Justin Haley77Spire Motorsports
34Ryan Ellis15Rick Ware Racing
35Quin Houff00StarCom Racing
36Cody Ware51Petty Ware Racing
37Chad Finchum66Motorsports Business Management
38David Starr13Motorsports Business Management
39Joey Gase53Rick Ware Racing
40Parker Kilgerman96Gaunt Brothers Racing
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. &#; Ty Gibbs passed passed Austin Cindric for the lead with 11 laps left to win Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Kansas Speedway.

Gibbs is not playoff eligible. No playoff driver has won the first two races of the Round of 8. That means that at least three drivers will advance to the championship race via points. The Round of 8 ends next weekend at Martinsville Speedway.

MORE: Race results, driver points

The year-old won his fourth Xfinity Series race of the season, a short time before he claimed the ARCA Menards Series title. All he needs to do to start that race Saturday night to claim the title.

&#;To have four wins in the Xfinity Series is just so unbelievable,&#; Gibbs told NBC Sports&#; Marty Snider.

Gibbs won in the No. 54 car, which won last weekend&#;s race at Texas Motor Speedway with John Hunter Nemechek driving it.

Cindric placed second. AJ Allmendinger finished third. Justin Haley placed fourth. Ryan Sieg completed the top five.

Sam Mayer was racing Harrison Burton when they made contact, sending Burton into the wall head-on and collected Gragson. Both Burton and Gragson were eliminated in the incident with 21 laps to go.

Mayer told his team on the radio: &#;I was trying to get to the 20 (Burton) to sidedraft and he just came down.”

After the race, Mayer, who finished eighth, told NBC&#;s Parker Kligerman what happened in the incident: &#;I&#;ll take full credit for it. I thought (Burton) was going to sidedraft (Gragson) a little longer and a little harder. I moved up to try to push the (Burton) because I wanted to clear (Gragson) so I could race the 20 and get with (Burton) and race with him and do like one on one. It&#;s just a racing deal in my opinion.

&#;Obviously, everyone is going to have their own opinions, and they&#;re entitled to it because I made a mistake. &#; Sorry to the 9 guys and the 20 guys for what happened. It was my fault. My mistake. I&#;ll learn from it.&#;

Burton finished 34th. Gragson placed 35th.

STAGE 1 WINNER: AJ Allmendinger

STAGE 2 WINNER: Austin Cindric

NOTABLE: The No. 54 car for Joe Gibbs Racing has won 11 of this season&#;s 31 races. Four different drivers have won in that car. &#; NASCAR announced after the race that the No. 23 car lost ballast during the race. That&#;s a four-race suspension for crew chief Kenneth Roettger, car chief Drew Beason and crew member Robert Anderson.

NEXT: The final race in the Round of 8 takes place Oct. 30 at Martinsville Speedway (6 p.m. ET, NBCSN).

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Kyle Larson wins ninth NASCAR race of season; Ryan Blaney takes big playoff hit at Kansas

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Kyle Larson drove the No. 5 Chevrolet to yet another NASCAR victory, his ninth of the year and most meaningful to date Sunday at Kansas Speedway.

The victory was Larson’s third consecutive and fourth over the last six playoff races. Larson has now won three-straight races twice this season and is the first driver to do that since the late Dale Earnhardt in

Larson beat reigning Cup Series champion and Hendrick Motorsports teammate Chase Elliott by seconds for the win. The Hendrick cars have been far and above the strongest on tracks in which NASCAR uses its horsepower package, but Kansas marked the final race of the season with those rules.

Larson's victory came on the 17th anniversary of a Hendrick plane crash that killed all 10 people aboard. The plane was traveling to a race in Virginia and among those killed was Rick Hendrick’s only son.

Ricky Hendrick used the No. 5 during his driving career and the year-old was the heir apparent of NASCAR’s winningest team at the time of his death. Larson’s car is stylized to resemble Ricky Hendrick’s scheme, and hours before Sunday’s race, team owner Hendrick texted Larson to stress what a win would mean to him on this date.

“I didn’t ever get to meet Ricky or the other men and women who lost their lives that day,” Larson said. “But I felt the importance of this race. So crazy how it all worked out for me to win. So again, thank you to Rick Hendrick, I know this means a lot to you and I’m glad I could get it done.”

Larson is locked into the Nov. 7 championship finale at Phoenix Raceway, and the remaining three spots in the winner-take-all title race will be settled next Sunday at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia – where the Hendrick flight was headed on that race morning.

Kyle Larson won the Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway for his ninth victory of the season.

Elliott last year swept Martinsville and then the finale at Phoenix to win his first Cup title. He’ll go to Martinsville seeking the win.

“I am not sure that any amount of points is safe,” Elliott said. “I think anyone in this round can win next week. So we are really going to have to be on it but looking forward to the opportunity and excited for the challenge.”

But in finishing second, Elliott moved above the cutline and is second in the standings headed to Martinsville. Denny Hamlin is third and Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch fourth, a single point above the elimination line.

Kevin Harvick finished third in a Ford, and there was no chance of another incident with Elliott since NASCAR two weeks ago demanded the two end their feud. Kurt Busch was fourth and was followed by Denny Hamlin, the highest-finishing Toyota driver.

It was a terrible day for Team Penske despite Joey Logano’s ninth-place finish. Brad Keselowski finished 17th, and Ryan Blaney was wrecked on a late restart – the damage severe enough to end his day early.

"Obviously, it hurts. Finishing 37th is not prime," Blaney said. "We didn’t have a great day but we did a good job of fighting back and getting back into the top, but then just got wiped out when we had plenty of room. That sucks."

Blaney finished 37th to wipe away the significant points cushion he had built up in the playoffs. All three Fords from the Penske camp now go to Martinsville below the playoff elimination cutline. Martin Truex Jr. is also below the cutline.

Blaney is one point below Kyle Busch, while Truex is three points behind his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate. Keselowski is six points below the cutline, and Logano 26 and ranked last. A win by any of the drivers is worth an automatic berth into the championship field.

UP NEXT: The penultimate race of the season, at Martinsville Speedway, where the final three spots in the championship finale will be decided. Elliott is the defending race winner; Truex won at Martinsville in the spring.

Hollywood Casino Results

Sunday from the mile Kansas Speedway (starting position in parentheses):

1. (1) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, laps, 58 points.

2. (5) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, ,

3. (11) Kevin Harvick, Ford, ,

4. (13) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, ,

5. (6) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, ,

6. (9) William Byron, Chevrolet, ,

7. (7) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, ,

8. (10) Christopher Bell, Toyota, ,

9. (8) Joey Logano, Ford, ,

(14) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, ,

(25) Alex Bowman, Chevrolet, ,

(21) Chris Buescher, Ford, ,

(24) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, ,

(27) Bubba Wallace, Toyota, ,

(16) Daniel Suarez, Chevrolet, ,

(18) Michael McDowell, Ford, ,

(3) Brad Keselowski, Ford, ,

(22) Cole Custer, Ford, ,

(19) Chase Briscoe, Ford, ,

(40) Parker Kligerman, Toyota, , 0.

(32) Ryan Preece, Chevrolet, ,

(12) Tyler Reddick, Chevrolet, ,

(15) Matt DiBenedetto, Ford, ,

(28) Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Chevrolet, ,

(23) Corey Lajoie, Chevrolet, ,

(20) Aric Almirola, Ford, ,

(31) Ryan Newman, Ford, ,

(4) Kyle Busch, Toyota, ,

(17) Erik Jones, Chevrolet, , 8.

(26) BJ McLeod, Ford, , 0.

(36) Cody Ware, Chevrolet, , 0.

(39) Joey Gase, Chevrolet, , 0.

(30) Josh Bilicki, Ford, , 0.

(38) David Starr, Ford, , 0.

(35) Quin Houff, Chevrolet, , 2.

(34) Ryan Ellis, Chevrolet, , 0.

(2) Ryan Blaney, Ford, accident, , 1.

(29) Anthony Alfredo, Ford, accident, , 1.

(33) Justin Haley, Chevrolet, engine, , 0.

(37) Chad Finchum, Ford, handling, 47, 0.

––– Race Statistics

Average Speed of Race Winner: mph.

Time of Race: 3 hours, 3 minutes, 49 seconds.

Margin of Victory: seconds.

Caution Flags: 7 for 33 laps.

Lead Changes: 23 among 8 drivers.

Lap Leaders: K.Larson ; B.Keselowski ; K.Larson ; M.DiBenedetto ; K.Larson 28; M.DiBenedetto 29; K.Larson ; C.Elliott ; W.Byron ; K.Larson ; C.Elliott ; W.Byron ; Ku.Busch ; J.Logano ; W.Byron ; K.Larson ; W.Byron ; K.Larson ; T.Reddick ; K.Larson ; W.Byron ; Ku.Busch ; C.Elliott ; K.Larson

Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps Led): K.Larson, 9 times for laps; W.Byron, 5 times for 57 laps; C.Elliott, 3 times for 42 laps; J.Logano, 1 time for 22 laps; T.Reddick, 1 time for 6 laps; Ku.Busch, 2 times for 4 laps; M.DiBenedetto, 2 times for 4 laps; B.Keselowski, 1 time for 2 laps.

Wins: K.Larson, 9; M.Truex, 4; R.Blaney, 3; A.Bowman, 3; C.Elliott, 2; D.Hamlin, 2; Ky.Busch, 2; B.Keselowski, 1; J.Logano, 1; Ku.Busch, 1; W.Byron, 1; C.Bell, 1; A.Almirola, 1; M.McDowell, 1; B.Wallace, 1.

Top 16 in Points: 1. K.Larson, ; 2. C.Elliott, ; 3. D.Hamlin, ; 4. Ky.Busch, ; 5. R.Blaney, ; 6. M.Truex, ; 7. B.Keselowski, ; 8. J.Logano, ; 9. K.Harvick, ; Ku.Busch, ; W.Byron, ; C.Bell, ; T.Reddick, ; A.Bowman, ; A.Almirola, ; M.McDowell,

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Who won the NASCAR race yesterday? Complete results from Sunday&#;s playoff race at Kansas

The winner of Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Kansas Speedway triumphed on an emotional day for his employer.

Kyle Larson drove to a second victory in the Hollywood Casino , his third win in as many weeks. He won on a day of remembrance within Hendrick Motorsports. Sunday was the 17th anniversary of a plane crash outside Martinsville Speedway that killed 10 people, including Ricky Hendrick, the year-old son of team owner Rick Hendrick; John Hendrick, Rick Hendrick's brother; and John Hendrick's twin daughters.

John Hendrick was HMS president. Ricky Hendrick was in line to succeed his father as leader of the organization.

"I didn’t ever get to meet Ricky or the other men and women who lost their lives that day, but I felt the importance of this race, no doubt," Larson told NBCSN in his postrace interview.

Larson and his No. 5 team honored those who perished in the crash by pointing skyward and wearing their Victory Lane hats backward in a nod to how Ricky Hendrick wore his cap. Ricky Hendrick drove the 5 car during his racing career.

Below is more about Larson's win Sunday, plus the complete results of the race:

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Who won the NASCAR race yesterday?

Kyle Larson won for the ninth time in the Cup Series in and for the third time in a row in the playoffs. He has won each of the first two races in the Round of 8, which makes the round's finale next weekend at Martinsville even more dramatic as the other playoff drivers compete to fill the three open spots in the Championship 4 field.

Larson's Hendrick teammate Chase Elliott came home a distant second, completing the seventh Hendrick finish of the season. Elliott couldn't gain on Larson after brushing the wall late in the race.

"Felt like we had something for Kyle there; just got the wall there off of (Turn) 2," Elliott told NBCSN after the race. "So hard to get to up to him when you're running the fence like that. Every few feet you get closer, the harder it gets."

MORE: Roundup of Elliott vs. Harvick feud

Elliott, like Larson, understood the day's significance within the Hendrick organization.

"Obviously this is a day that nobody's going to ever forget," Elliott said. "Thinking about Mr. Hendrick and all of the families that were affected 17 years ago today. Just proud to be part of their family and hope we can make them proud these next two weeks."

Elliott's runner-up finish pushed him into second place in the points standings with one race remaining in the Round of 8.

NASCAR Cup playoff standings

Kyle Larson is the only driver to have qualified for the Championship 4 race at Phoenix. The final three spots will be decided by a lap (or more) shootout at Martinsville Speedway on Halloween. The standings after Kansas favor Chase Elliott and Denny Hamlin ahead of that race.

Elliott moved from fifth to second in the standings with his runner-up finish Sunday. Hamlin stayed in third, just two points behind Elliott, after coming home fifth.

The big loser Sunday was Ryan Blaney. The Team Penske driver dropped from second to fifth because of a wreck with 44 laps to go. Austin Dillon's car got loose and made contact with Blaney's car. Blaney's machine slid up the track and into the outside wall. The damage from the wreck forced Blaney out of the race and into a 37th-place finish.

"We got run into from two lanes below me,"’ Blaney told NBCSN after the race.

Kyle Busch finished 28th after hitting the wall twice, but he ended the day still fourth in the standings, a point ahead of Blaney.

Pos.DriverPoints
1x-Kyle Larson
2Chase Elliott
3Denny Hamlin
4Kyle Busch
5Ryan Blaney
6Martin Truex Jr.
7Brad Keselowski
8Joey Logano

x-Clinched spot in Championship 4.

MORE: NASCAR playoffs, explained

NASCAR results from Kansas

Hendrick Motorsports ruled the day with another finish, Kyle Larson over Chase Elliott. Non-playoff drivers Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch were third and fourth, respectively, and Denny Hamlin completed the top five.

Up next for the Cup Series is the final race in the Round of 8, the Xfinity at Martinsville Speedway (2 p.m. ET; NBC, TSN, MRN). After that will come the Championship 4 race at Phoenix Raceway on Nov. 7.

FinishDriver
1P-Kyle Larson
2P-Chase Elliott
3Kevin Harvick
4Kurt Busch
5P-Denny Hamlin
6William Byron
7P-Martin Truex Jr.
8Christopher Bell
9P-Joey Logano
10Austin Dillon
11Alex Bowman
12Chris Buescher
13Ross Chastain
14Bubba Wallace
15Daniel Suarez
16Michael McDowell
17P-Brad Keselowski
18Cole Custer
19Chase Briscoe
20Parker Kligerman
21Ryan Preece
22Tyler Reddick
23Matt DiBenedetto
24Ricky Stenhosue Jr.
25Corey LaJoie
26Aric Almirola
27Ryan Newman
28P-Kyle Busch
29Erik Jones
30BJ McLeod
31Cody Ware
32Joey Gase
33Josh Bilicki
34David Starr
35Quin Houff
36Ryan Ellis
37P-Ryan Blaney
38Anthony Alfredo
39Justin Haley
40Chad Finchum

P-Playoff driver.

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Kyle Larson earned his series-high ninth win of the season in Sunday&#;s NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Kansas Speedway.

RESULTS: Where everybody finished at Kansas

Larson led a race-high laps Sunday. He has now led 2, laps this season, the most in a single Cup campaign since Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon led 2, laps in

Reigning Cup champion Chase Elliott finished second to give Hendrick Motorsports a finish.

Kevin Harvick finished third. Kurt Busch finished fourth. Denny Hamlin completed the top five finishers.

POINTS REPORT

DRIVER POINTS: Cup Series standings after Kansas

Larson remains the only one of the eight remaining playoff drivers to clinch a berth in the Championship 4. He advanced with his win last week at Texas Motor Speedway.

NASCAR Cup Series Playoff Standings &#; Round of 8

1. Kyle Larson &#; Advanced (Won Texas and Kansas)
2. Chase Elliott &#; 4, points (+34 above cutline to advance)
3. Denny Hamlin &#; 4, points (+32)
4. Kyle Busch &#; 4, points (+1)
5. Ryan Blaney &#; 4, points (-1)
6. Martin Truex Jr. &#; 4, points (-3)
7. Brad Keselowski &#; 4, points (-6)
8. Joey Logano &#; 4, points ( points)

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FINAL LAPS OF RACE - 2021 HOLLYWOOD CASINO 400 NASCAR CUP SERIES AT KANSAS

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