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DAYTONA NOTEBOOK

Kyle Larson goes all-out to claim a victory

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR phenom Kyle Larson seemed to channel his inner Kyle Busch, NASCAR’s bad boy, Monday night to win the Whelen All-American series feature of the inaugural UNOH Battle at the Beach. The two-day event featured NASCAR’s three short-track series: K&N Pro Series, Whelen Modifieds, and the Late Model division of the Whelen All-American Series.

Larson, 20, of Elk Grove, Calif., was the busiest man at the beach Monday after he won his qualifying heat — in his first time driving a late model stock car — and borrowed a page from Busch’s playbook by spinning out race leader C.E. Falk in the last corner of the last lap to win the 150-lap All-American Series feature.

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