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Kyle Larson won the NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 in a sovereign manner on Sunday evening, claiming the record breaking 269th ever Cup Series win from Hendrick Motorsports.
Larson started from pole position and swept all four stages of the 600-mile race on his way to a 10-second victory ahead of teammate Chase Elliott.
“It was great to be the guy that helped Mr. H. finally break that record,” said Larson.
The win was Larson’s second win of the season and the eighth of his career.
Petty Enterprises had topped the NASCAR wins list since 1960, with their last win at Martinsville in 1999 with the late John Andretti at the wheel, on the same track where Geoff Bodine first scored Hendrick’s in 1984.
“I can’t really get it into my head right now,” said team owner Rick Hendrick after the race.
“But man, what a good job you did tonight and I’m just looking forward to the rest of the year, but I’m glad 269 is over.”
Larson’s win at Charlotte Motor Speedway came on the same day that Helio Castroneves became the fourth four-time Indy 500 winner.
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