Kyle Larson Dominates All-Star Race

Kyle Larson

Professional racer Kyle Larson recently claimed his third All-Star race victory in the past five years with an impressive performance at the long-awaited return of the Cup Series to North Wilkesboro Speedway. The race happened after almost 27 years and showcased Larson’s dominance as he led the field to secure the $1 million prize. This win marks Larson’s entry into the elite group of racers who have won the All-Star race at least three times.

Larson’s Victory

Larson’s Victory

Kyle Larson secured a resounding victory at the All-Star race, leaving no room for doubt about his exceptional driving skills. With this win, along with one in Charlotte in 2019 and Texas in 2021, he not only became only the fourth driver in history to achieve this feat but also the only driver to have won the All-Star race at three different tracks. The triumph also marked Hendrick Motorsports’ 11th All-Star race win.

The Race

Although he had to overcome an early speeding penalty, Larson skillfully made his No. 5 Chevrolet through the field and overtook 16 cars on fresh tires. By lap 56, he was way ahead in the competition, overtaking the pole sitter, Daniel Suarez, to seize the lead. He continued to dominate the competition and established an impressive 11-second lead before the first competition caution at lap 100. Throughout the second half of the race, he remained unbeatable and couldn’t be challenged by his opponents. To mark his victory, he celebrated with a series of burnouts around the 6.25-mile track.

Bubba Wallace Claims Second Place

Bubba Wallace Claims Second Place

Bubba Wallace wasn’t too far behind and secured second place in the race. Wallace joked about how he was the best of the rest of the drivers. Wallace was impressed by Hendrick Motorsports’ consistency this season, and he was not at all disappointed to come in second. However, because of the All-Star race format, Wallace didn’t receive any awards and was definitely disappointed to go home empty-handed.

The New Bentley Continental GT Mulliner Is More of Everything

Bentley has been in the luxury car business for almost 100 years, and they’ve shown no signs of slowing down. Their latest flagship model, the Bentley Continental GT Mulliner, comes equipped with everything you could want in a high-end automobile. That’s not all, this new version has more than any previous Bentley model.

The Different Models

The Continental GT’s newest and highest-end Mulliner includes significant improvements upon what is established by the Sport Line. They include all-wheel steering, electronically limited-slip differential, torque-vectoring (which includes using the brakes), and an active all-wheel-drive system. In addition, as with the GT Sport, the GT Mulliner’s Bentley and Comfort drive modes splits power evenly between the front and rear wheels.


Mulliner cars are not easy to miss. A noticeable exterior design feature is the new double diamond matrix grille. One thing they can always spot is the fender vents in silver or black, as well as any chrome or black trim around the mirror caps. The car’s highest speed is 208 mph, with 0 to 60 mph based on 650 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque.


Eight three-colour combinations for the interior are offered to the customer, with a primary and secondary hide and a third flowing design line to provide contrasting colors. You can also decide on one of the other colors from the range. There are 712 individual stitches in each diamond pattern on the stitching. In addition, Mulliner logos can be seen on the seats; there are 88 piano wood veneers for the center console and an indented or smooth hide roof for the fixed glass roof.


There is more chrome on this car than anything we’ve ever seen. Even though there are still large expanses of body-color aluminum and fiberglass, nearly every surface is shiny — even what’s typically textured rubber is embossed with repeating squares like some high-end patio furniture.