Kyle Larson extended his winning ways Sunday by taking the inaugural checkered flag for the Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway.
Kyle Larson took home the million-dollar prize for winning NASCAR's All-Star Race, his second All-Star Race victory in a row.
Kyle Larson dominated the majority of the Toyota/Save Mart 350, sweeping stage victories and winning the race for the second week in a row.
Kyle Larson swept all the stage victories at the Coca-Cola 600, and, at the end of the race, had a 10-second margin of victory over second place Chase Elliott.
Chase Elliott got his first season win in the rain-shortened EchoPark Texas Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas in Austin.
Alex Bowman got off pit road first in the last round of pit stops at the Drydene 400, which was all he needed to take the victory.
Martin Truex Jr. won the Goodyear 400, his third victory of the year, making him the only multiple winner of the season so far.
Kyle Busch won the aptly named Buschy McBusch Race 400 on his birthday, making him the 10th different driver to win this season.
Brad Keselowski overcame contact early in the race to lead one overtime lap and take his sixth Talladega victory.
C.J. Radune breaks down the Toyota Owners 400, where Alex Bowman stole the show on the final restart of the race and scored his first victory of the 2021 season.
Martin Truex Jr. only led 20 laps at Sunday's Blue Emu Maximum Pain Relief 500, but it was enough for the win and for his second victory of the season.
C.J. Radune recaps the chaotic Food City Dirt Race, in which Joey Logano beat out dirt specialists to lead the final 61 laps and win the race.
In a race dominated by Kyle Larson, Ryan Blaney grabbed his opportunity late in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 to pass Larson and never look back.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Martin Truex Jr. had one of the fastest cars Sunday and won for the first time in 2021, also his first victory at Phoenix Raceway.
Kyle Larson won the Pennzoil 400, the second victory for Hendrick Motorsports, and Larson's first of the new season.
William Byron won the Dixie Vodka 400 from the 31st starting position and extends his Cup victories to two.
C.J. Radune recaps the NASCAR Cup Series Race at Daytona RC, in which Christopher Bell nabbed his first series win.
Following a 16-car wreck and a lengthy rain delay, sixth-year driver Michael McDowell got his first series win in the Daytona 500.
Chase Elliott won the Series Finale 500 at Phoenix to take home the championship and the trophy, as the remaining top three drivers left in the championship fight finished the race second, third and fourth.
With his Xfinity 500 victory, Chase Elliott joins three other drivers in a chance to take home the NASCAR Cup series title this weekend at Phoenix Raceway.
For Kyle Busch, waiting extra days for a break in the weather was worth it, as he won the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 and snapped a 33-race winless streak.
Joey Logano ends an almost season-long dry spell by holding off Kevin Harvick, winning the Hollywood Casino 400 and earning his spot in the final four spots of the championship.
Chase Elliott continues his road course mastery, as he won the Bank of American ROVAL 400, his second consecutive win on the track, which solidified his spot in the next round of the playoffs.
In what C.J. Radune describes as a chaotic and unpredictable race, Denny Hamlin barely edged out Matt DiBenedetto to win the YellaWood 500, advancing in the playoffs.
Kurt Busch won the South Point 400, his first hometown race win in 21 tries, which propels him into the group of final eight championship contenders.
Kevin Harvick won the Bass Pro Shops Night Race Saturday night, his second victory in the round of 16, which gives him a large lead going into the next round of the playoffs.
Brad Keselowski had a quick car and dominated the Federated Auto Parts 400, securing his spot in the next round of the playoffs.
Kevin Harvick won the Southern 500 at Darlington to secure his spot in the second round of the playoffs, another night race at Richmond International Raceway.
With his Coke Zero Sugar 400 victory, William Byron secured his spot in the playoffs while Jimmie Johnson was eliminated in his final full-time season.
Denny Hamlin took the victory in Saturday’s NASCAR race at Dover, and Kevin Harvick won the Dryden 311 Sunday, his seventh win of the season, which moves him to ninth on the all-time winners list.