Why is there no NASCAR at Auto Club Speedway?

Why is there no NASCAR at Auto Club Speedway?

In 2011, Auto Club Speedway returned to a single-race season. Last season (2021) due to the COVID-19 Pandemic restrictions, Auto Club Speedway was removed from the NASCAR Cup Series schedule but has returned this season to be the second race on the 2022 schedule.

Who won the Auto Club 400 race today?

Reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson (+400 to win on DraftKings) waited until late in Sunday’s WISE Power 400 to flex his muscles. But in the end, the driver of the No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet held off a charging Austin Dillon by .

Who won the Auto Club race in 2021?

Kyle Larson
An unpredictable race at Auto Club Speedway ended up with a predictable winner. Pre-race favorite and 2021 Cup Series champion Kyle Larson held off Austin Dillon in the final two laps of the race as Chevrolet cars ended up sweeping the top four spots.

Who won the Auto Club 400 in 2021?

Reigning Cup champion Kyle Larson led the final seven laps to score his first win of the season, taking the checkered flag Sunday at Auto Club Speedway.

Who won the Wise Power 400 in 2021?

leader Kyle Larson
Reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion and 2021 wins leader Kyle Larson claimed his first win of 2022 in his home state of California on Sunday when he took the checkered flag in the Wise Power 400 at Auto Club Speedway, the second official race of the season and the first Cup Series race at ACS since 2020.

Who won Wise Power 400 last year?

This event was canceled in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and was replaced with the O’Reilly Auto Parts 253 from Daytona, Florida. The last time this event was run was in 2020 and it was won by Alex Bowman.

How long does the Auto Club 400 last?

The race is held at the Auto Club Speedway, a 2-mile asphalt surfaced D-shaped track, 3,100 feet long on the front straight and 2,500 feet on the back with 14 degrees of pearling in all 4 corners.