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Video: Noah Gragson Emerges Victorious After Sheldon Creed and Kyle Larson go into Wall on Last Lap

Noah Gragson went from third to first on the final lap of Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Darlington after Sheldon Creed and Kyle Larson both went into the wall while battling for the win.

Oh. My. Goodness… Have you ever?

On the final lap of Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Darlington Raceway, Noah Gragson found himself in third as Sheldon Creed attempted to hold off Kyle Larson for the race win.

By the end of the lap, it was Gragson who had come out on top after Creed and Larson made tons of contact and then both drivers went into the wall in the final turn of the race.

Here is the chaotic and wild finish, which you have to see to believe, as it happened live on the USA Network broadcast:

And here is another replay of the final four laps of the race:

As Creed and Larson traded paint down the backstretch, it looked like Creed either cut a tire, or opted to throw it into the wall to pull a video game move for the win. Whichever thing truly happened, Creed came out on the losing end of things.

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