The three-race Western Swing is now in the books, with Kyle Larson winning Sunday’s Auto Club 400 Monster Energy Cup Series race at Southern California’s Auto Club Speedway.
Here’s where all 39 drivers finished on Sunday:
The hottest driver of the first five weeks of the season, Larson qualified on the pole, led the most laps and won the race, one day after winning the NASCAR XFINITY Series race here.
Already locked into NASCAR’s playoffs, Keselowski was caught up in a pileup on the opening lap and then got spun on Lap 4. Yet he made an amazing rally to finish second.
Stewart-Haas Racing has been a good fit for Bowyer so far, and he had his best finish of the year.
With a victory at Las Vegas already, Truex knows he’ll be in NASCAR’s playoffs. Judging by his speed, he’s going to be a serious contender.
After failing to make it through inspection on Friday, Logano started at the back end of the grid but came back for another top five.
It’s been a solid start to 2016 for both McMurray and his Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Kyle Larson
The rookie continues to impress as he was the top finisher of the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas.
By a wide margin, Busch has been the best of the Joe Gibbs Racing drivers so far this year. But today he was edged out by Daniel Suarez.
Blaney has had fast Wood Brothers Racing Fords all year and Auto Club was another solid effort.
Another impressive effort for the second-year Hendrick Motorsports driver, who got bit by a late-race caution.
After a slow start to the season, this was a good result for Dillon.
In his rookie season, Jones has been impressive.
Harvick came into Sunday’s race as the series lap leader. But an early flat right-rear tire dropped him a lap down early.
Coming into Sunday’s race, Hamlin hadn’t led a lap all year long, but he contended today.
The veteran Richard Childress Racing won in Phoenix last week, but wasn’t a factor in this race.
A flat tire meant NASCAR’s 14-time most popular driver started in back but he made up a lot of ground in the race.
The ‘Dinger got his first top-20 finish since the Daytona 500.
A solid effort for Dillon, who cracked the top 20.
In qualifying, Almirola had serious steering problems with his Richard Petty Motorsports Ford.
Kahne has had a decent start to the season, although this finish was disappointing.
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A rough weekend for the seven-time champ, who went to a backup car and then got caught up in trouble early on Sunday.
Stenhouse had a strong run coming together before getting into the wall late.
Along with his Roush Fenway Racing teammate, Bayne had a solid run go sour late.
The Daytona 500 winner has struggled quite a bit since that joyous victory.
Buescher has slowly improved in the No. 37 JTG Daugherty Racing Chevy.
Another rough weekend for Patrick, who celebrated her birthday on Saturday.
Cassill finished 27th and continues to log laps with Front Row Motorsports.
After a good start to the season, Menard has trended downhill since then.
DiBenedetto and his Go FAS Racing Ford bring home a 29th-place finish.
LaJoie has hit the wall every week, so it wasn’t surprising that he brought out two cautions at Auto Club.
Ragan had a moment early when he stayed out at the Lap 5 caution, but quickly fell back to 30th.
Reality has set in for Whitt after a strong start to the season.
A cool paint scheme got damaged early when McDowell scraped the wall.
Sorenson continues to log laps, finishing near the back of the pack.
The No. 51 Premium Motorsports team finished just ahead of the cars who crashed out of the race.
Kenseth was fortunate to walk away from a hard hit into the wall in the closing laps. Another poor finish for the No. 20 JGR Camry.
Gaulding hit the wall when he lost a tire late.
The oldest driver in the field continues wheeling the No. 55 car.
The fourth-generation driver had an early exit from the race with engine issues.
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