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NASCAR results: Who won the WISE Power 400 race? Who wrecked?

NASCAR runs the 2022 WISE Power 400 at the Auto Club Speedway on Sunday. We break down notable moments from the race, any significant wrecks, and who wins.

A general view of racing during the NASCAR Xfinity Series Production Alliance 300 at Auto Club Speedway on February 26, 2022 in Fontana, California. Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images

Final result: Kyle Larson won the race. He was a +500 favorite to win the race.

Lap 191 update: Chase Elliott spun out and there’s a caution. Kyle Larson leads the race.

Lap 157 update: Brad Keselowski spun out after making contact with Bubba Wallace and we have our first significant multi-car wreck. Joey Logano leads at the caution.

Lap 152 update: William Byron spun out and Tyler Reddick suffered a flat tire. Erik Jones leads the race.

Stage 2 finished: Tyler Reddick claimed the second stage. Here was the rest of the top ten.

2. Erik Jones
3. Joey Logano
4. Ryan Blaney
5. Kyle Larson
6. Cole Custer
7. Austin Cindric
8. Aric Almirola
9. William Byron
10. Alex Bowman

Lap 116 update: Brad Keselowski spins out for another caution. Tyler Reddick leads the race with 15 laps to go in stage 2.

Lap 111 update: Chris Buescher wrecked and is done for the day.

Lap 91 update: Christopher Bell spins out in turn four and the caution flag is back out. Chase Briscoe is leading the race.

Lap 72 update: Todd Gilliland lost his right front wheel and the race is back under caution.

Stage 1 finished: Tyler Reddick won the first stage. He entered the race +2000 to win the first stage at DraftKings Sportsbook. The rest of the top ten were as follows:

2. Erik Jones
3. William Byron
4. Chase Briscoe
5. Kyle Larson (from the rear)
6. Alex Bowman
7. Joey Logano (from the rear)
8. Ryan Blaney
9. Austin Cindric
10. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.

Lap 54 update: Josh Bilicki spun out into the grass and the caution flag came out.

Lap 38 update: Chase Elliott went into the wall twice and spun out. The yellow caution flag is out. The drivers all hit pit road on the caution and Austin Dillon was penalized for coming off pit road too quickly. He had to move to the rear of the pack.

Lap 16 update: Kurt Busch spun out and we’ve got the first caution of the race. Busch did not hit anybody else.

NASCAR will run the 2022 WISE Power 400 on Sunday, February 27 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. The race is scheduled to get started at 3:30 p.m. ET and will air on FOX, but the green flag will probably not drop until closer to 3:45.

We’ll be providing live updates of notable moments. There will be wrecks, dramatic passes, and somebody taking the checkered flag just before dinner time on the east coast. We’ll drop in video and provide leaderboard updates where relevant.

The race returns after a year off due to COVID-19. Alex Bowman won the 2020 race. This year, Kyle Larson is the favorite to win at DraftKings Sportsbook with +500 odds. Kyle Busch follows at +650 and the top five rounds out with Chase Elliott (+700), Denny Hamlin (+850), and Martin Truex, Jr. (+1000). The pole-sitter is Austin Cindric and has +2500 odds to win for a second straight week after claiming the checkered flag last week at the Daytona 500.

2022 Wise Power 400 starting lineup

Order Driver Car #
Order Driver Car #
1 Austin Cindric 2
2 Erik Jones 43
3 Kyle Busch 18
4 Denny Hamlin 11
5 Daniel Hemric 16
6 Ryan Blaney 12
7 Joey Logano 22
8 Chase Elliott 9
9 Brad Keselowski 6
10 William Byron 24
11 Tyler Reddick 8
12 Martin Truex, Jr. 19
13 Kyle Larson 5
14 Alex Bowman 48
15 Daniel Suarez 99
16 Austin Dillon 3
17 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. 47
18 Ty Dillon 42
19 Christopher Bell 20
20 Chris Buescher 17
21 Cole Custer 41
22 Harrison Burton 21
23 Michael McDowell 34
24 Chase Briscoe 14
25 Corey LaJoie 7
26 Todd Gilliland 38
27 Cody Ware 51
28 Josh Bilicki 77
29 Garrett Smithley 15
30 B.J. McLeod 78
31 Aric Almirola 10
32 Kevin Harvick 4
33 Ross Chastain 1
34 Bubba Wallace 23
35 Justin Haley 31
36 Kurt Busch 45