Kyle Larson CREW CHIEF: Chad Johnston TEAM: Chip Ganassi Racing POINTS: Sixth WINS: One (Dover II) LAPS LED: 529 TOP 5s: Eight TOP 10s: 17 POLES: One (Sonoma) WHAT WENT RIGHT: Larson snapped a 75-race winless streak with his Dover victory in the playoffs. His Round of 8 appearance was the deepest a Chip Ganassi Racing driver has made it in the playoffs. WHAT WENT WRONG: While he won a race, the rest of Larson’s 2019 was statistically a step down from last year in almost every category, with fewer top fives, top 10s, laps led and a worse average finish (15.1 compared to 12.6 in 2018). Larson didn’t finish in the top five until race No. 11 on the season. WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2020: Larson will have a second year to work with teammate Kurt Busch, who helped step up Chip Ganassi Racing’s efforts in his first year with the program, which had two drivers win races for the first time since 2010.
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