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Video: Kyle Larson Narrowly Takes Victory Over Chris Buescher With 0.001 Margin

 

 

It took 268 laps, and 402 miles, and it came down to a literal photo finish for the closest finish in NASCAR history. Kyle Larson was able to narrowly beat out Chris Buescher in the Advent Health 400 at Kansas Speedway.

Setup by a late-race restart after a caution for Kyle Busch spinning, Larson was able to make a late-race move, and after having contact with Buescher off of Turn 4, was able to just take the lead and the win at the line by 0.001 sec., the closest finish in NASCAR Cup Series history.

Here is the slow motion of the finish at the line.

This continues the winless streak for Ford this season. They are still winning in all top three series in 2024.

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