In a race that featured 12 cautions for 56 laps, Kyle Larson who started from the back due to unapproved changes to his car. Came back for a four lap sprint to between him, Austin Dillon, Erik Jones and Daniel Suarez for the finish.
Following a race that mostly saw Toyota’s in the top 10, Hendricks, RCR and the teams using their engines filled 6 of the top 10 spots in Fontana.
Larson and the #5 team showing us once again that even against arguably stronger cars, you have to be absolutely perfect or he will edge you out for the checkered flag.
- Kyle Larson #5
- Austin Dillon #3
- Erik Jones #43
- Daniel Suarez #99
- Daniel Hemric #16
- Ricky Stenhouse Jr. #47
Special note for Tyler Reddick, who won the first two stages and led more laps than his career 75 starts combined before falling to a left rear flat tire that also took out William Byron.