Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series winner at Dover International Speedway restored a historic car record to Victory Lane. Alex Bowman drove Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 48 to win the Dryden 400. Bowman’s predecessor in the car, Jimmy Johnson, won a record 11 Cup race at Monster Mile. Bowman’s 48 wasn’t the best car on Sunday; This honor belongs to No. 5 of Bowman’s colleague Kyle Larson. But Bowman was in the vanguard of a late reboot after a major hiatus by his crew. Bowman took advantage of the track location and bypassed Larson to the checkered flag. Here’s more about Bowman’s victory on Sunday, as well as the full results of the race. More: Watch NASCAR races live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Whoever won the NASCAR race yesterday Alex Bowman led the sweep of Hendrick Motorsports to the top four in Drydene 400. He beat runner-up Kyle Larson by 2,017 seconds in his second win of the season. The Bowman’s pit crew deserves a lot of credit for the win. You turned at the fastest stopping point of the 2021 season (12.1776 seconds, according to NASCAR) during a late-race warning. This helped Bowman get the car back on the track right in front of Larson for restart. Bowman acquitted Larson early in the second half and walked away from winning. “It is only right to return 48 on Victory Lane here after the number of races this car has won here,” Bowman said in a post-race interview. Larson won the first two races. Stages and drove 263 out of 400 laps. NASCAR results from DoverAlex Bowman and Kyle Larson finished 1-2 in Drydene 400. Hendrick Motorsports’s other two drivers, Chase Elliott and William Byron, took third and fourth spots, respectively. Team owner Rick Hendrik told FS1’s Regan Smith after the race, “I can guarantee you that this is the most tense thing I’ve experienced in the race.” “A great day for the organization. Alex, congratulations to him. This is a sign that the players are working together and bringing goodies into the ring.” Hendrick Motorsports is the third organization in the history of the NASCAR Cup Series to finish 1-2-3-4 in one event, joined by Peter DePaolo Racing (December 30, 1956, in Titusville; April 7, 1957, in North Wilkesboro) and Roush Fenway Racing (20 November 2005, in Homestead-Miami). Penske’s Joey Lugano has completed the top five, and NASCAR will go road racing next weekend in a new track for the series. Circuit of the Americas, a tournament outside of Austin, Texas, will host the EchoPark Texas Grand Prix on Sunday, May 23 (2:30 PM ET; FS1, TSN, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Alex Bowman 48 Hendrick Motorsports 2 Kyle Larson 5 Hendrick Motorsports 3 Chase Elliott 9 Hendrick Motorsports 4 William Byron 24 Hendrick Motorsports 5 Joey Logano 22 Team Penske 6 Kevin Harvick 4 Stewart-Haas Racing 7 Denny Hamlin 11 Joe Richard Gibbs Racing 8 Tyler Reddick 8 Childress Racing 9 Daniel Suarez 99 TrackHouse Racing 10 Cole Custer 41 Stewart-Haas Racing 11 Bubba Wallace 23 23XI Racing 12 Ryan Blaney 12 Team Penske 13 Kurt Busch 1 Chip Ganassi Racing 14 Austin Dillon 3 Richard Childress Racing 15 Ross Chastain 42 Chip Ganassi Racing 16 Brad Keselowski 2 Team Penske 17 Chris Buescher 17 Roush Fenway Racing 18 Ryan Preece 37 JTG Daugherty Racing 19 Martin Truex Jr. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing 20 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 47 JTG Daugherty Racing 21 Christopher Bell 20 Joe Gibbs Racing 22 Erik Jones 43 Richard Beatty Motorsports 23 Ryan Newman 6 Roche Fenway Racing 24 Matt Dependetto 21 Wood Brothers Racing 25 Michael McDowell 34 Front Row Motorsports 26 Cory Lagoye 7 Spire Motors 27 Kyle Bush 18 Joe Gibbs Racing 28 Anthony Alfredo 38 Front Row Motorsports 29 Queen Hove 00 StarCom Racing 30 Josh Berry 77 Spire Motorsports 31 Cody Ware 51 Petty Ware Racing 32 Garrett Smithley 53 Rick Ware Racing 33 James Davison 15 Rick Ware Racing 34 Josh Bilicki 52 Rick Ware Racing 35 Chase Briscoe 14 Stewart-Haas Racing 36 BJ McLeod 78 Live Fast Motorsports 37 Aric Almirola 10 Stewart-Haas Racing Material from the NASCAR Wire Service was used in this report.