Cup Series Recap: 2021 Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 (Texas Motor Speedway)

Kyle Larson dominated the race, leading 317 of 334 laps and winning. William Byron finished strong in second. Despite challenges, Kevin Harvick advanced impressively from 24th to 5th.

Cup Series Recap: 2021 Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 (Texas Motor Speedway)

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Kyle Larson dominated the race, leading 317 laps out of 334 and securing the win. Larson's ARP of 1.96 underscores his consistency. His net gain rating of 3.31 reflects effective passing maneuvers relative to his starting position. William Byron, starting 12th, finished strong in second with a solid ARP of 2.55 and a notable net gain rating of 4.45, indicating efficient advancements throughout the race.

Christopher Bell, starting from 11th, managed to secure the third position with an ARP of 11.97 and a net gain rating of 2.53. Bell's perseverance yielded a wild improvement in result. Brad Keselowski, beginning in 7th, finished 4th with an ARP of 7.96 and a net gain rating of 2.93. Kevin Harvick displayed a commendable performance, advancing from 24th to 5th with an ARP of 9.26 and a net gain rating of 3.59.

Incidents impacted several contenders. Joey Logano had a promising start from 5th but finished 30th due to engine failure, spoiling a race ARP of 9.89. Martin Truex Jr.'s accident relegated him from 8th to 25th, despite an ARP of 10.14, showcasing the bonanza of unforeseen disruptions. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and several others were involved in various incidents or accidents, wrapping up the race in the bottom ten positions.

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