Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 1/22/15
Kyle Larson won the Treat My Clot 300 at Auto Club Speedway on Saturday leading 17 of 150 laps around the 2-mile track. The driver of the No. 42 Target Chevrolet Carmero beat out fellow Cup Series regulars Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch for the win at Auto Club Speedway located in Fontana, CA. It was Larson’s first win in any of NASCAR’s top three series. The race began with Elliott Salder on the pole and was led by 96 laps by Joey Logano who finished fourth. Saturday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race consisted of 150 laps around the the low banked D-shaped oval which had been built on the site of an old steel mill. NASCAR Nationwide Series Results for Auto Club Speedway Kyle Larson Kevin Harvick Kyle Busch Joey Logano Elliott Sadler Chase Elliott Matt Kenseth Ty Dillon Trevor Bayne Regan Smith Dylan Kwasniewski Brian Scott David Ragan Chris Buescher Brendan Gaughan James Buescher Ryan Reed Mike Bliss JJ Yeley Dakoda Armstong Mike Wallace Ryan Sieg Jeffrey Earnhardt David Starr Eric ...
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