Larson holds on to win $1M All-Star race

(AP Photo/Nell Redmond)

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Kyle Larson was back in the NASCAR All-Star race, and got another $1 million by winning it again.

Larson held off a hard-charging Brad Keselowski during the final 10-lap shootout at Texas on Sunday night, after a slippery three-wide pass for the lead, and pushed Hendrick Motorsports to its second consecutive win, and 10th overall, in the annual non-points race with a seven-figure prize.

Defending All-Star winner and reigning Cup champion Chase Elliott, who started the sixth and final segment of the 100-lap race out front, didn't stay there long.

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NASCAR Leaders: Points
RankDriverPointsWins
1 D.Hamlin 664 0
2 K.Larson 617 3
3 C.Elliott 591 1
4 W.Byron 564 1
5 J.Logano 548 1
6 M.Truex Jr. 527 3
7 K.Busch 520 1
8 R.Blaney 509 1
9 K.Harvick 483 0
10 B.Keselowski 473 1
11 A.Bowman 447 2
12 A.Dillon 436 0
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