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NASCAR America: Analyzing Kyle Larson’s race-ending strategy at Atlanta

Kyle Larson led with seven to go, but a move to the high side ultimately cost him the win. How can the team solve their issues in crunch time?

Kyle Larson lost the lead to Brad Keselowski with seven laps remaining in Sunday’s Folds of Honor Quik Trip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Larson attempted to take away Keselowski’s race line by going high, but Keselowski easily passed him on the inside.

Analysts Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte discuss why Larson made the decision to change his racing line and his recent history of losing the lead with under 10 laps remaining in races.