NASCAR playoff standings 2019: Updated points for Cup chase after the Drydene 400 at Dover

Kyle Larson broke a 75-race winless streak to win the Drydene 400 at Dover International Speedway Sunday, on a day that saw several NASCAR playoff drivers post terrible finishes.

It’s Larson’s sixth career victory, but first since September 2017 at Richmond. Better yet, the victory locks him into the Round of 8.

“Everybody in this playoff will know stress next week at Talladega, except for me,” Larson told NBCSN afterward.

“To win a playoff race is special. I hope there’s another one in our future, especially in the next round.”

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