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Kyle Larson and Michigan International Speedway go together like a hand and glove. Coming into this afternoon's race, Larson had won back to back races at MIS dating back to last season. Larson was not a factor early on, and it looked like he would not go to victory line for the third straight time. Michigan native, Brad Keselowski, dominated stage one, leading 56 of the 60 laps. Keslowski would be in the mix for a win in stage two but would finish second to points leader Martin Truex Jr. Larson, not to be denied  however, took advantage of a late race caution, taking the lead on the final lap to cap off the three peat. Larson's victory makes life even more difficult for drivers who need a win to gain a playoff spot.

With just three races remaining in the regular season, expect the action to be fast and furious at Bristol Motor Speedway next Saturday night, WBKR will have coverage beginning at 5:30P.M. Don't miss a minute of the action at NASCAR's most famous short track.