Larson failed to take the first position in the race

Eric Jones missed the front coming to the chequered at Talladega Superspeedway on last Sunday’s race match. Larson is not able to take the second place position either. Rather than the man in the third position in the race-winning race, he is Mr. Ross Chastain. He steals the race from all the competitors. 

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Nobody thinks that Chastain won the race competition. Both took off very far from all in the first and second positions and made a wall between them. Larson is in the fourth position, and Jones is in the sixth. No.43 goes down and slides down and down. 

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When Jones tried to pass away from the gap allowed Larson to make a motion to the outside, but Jones failed to reach behind Larson because he blocked the direction. Then Larson confessed what he wanted, got, made a move, and committed. At the last second, he failed to win the competition. 

Chastain is a good player; he wins the race, Austin Dillon in the runner-up place, Kyle Busch in the third place, then Larson in the fourth place, Martin Truex in the fifth position, and Jones in the sixth position. Larson gained a victory faster this year at Auto Club Speedway, so he has a playoff recommendation. 

He stands seventh in the points standings. Then Jones told us we have to go to Dover next week and hope to have another chance. Jones told me better luck for next time in Dover.


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