Description Stock car racing events in the NASCAR Cup Series have been held annually at Sonoma Raceway at Sears Point in Sonoma, California since 1989. The 226.8-mile (365.0 km) race has been known as the Toyota/Save Mart 350 since 2007. This race is one of three NASCAR Cup Series road-course events. (The others being the Go Bowling at The Glen at Watkins Glen International and the Bank of America Roval 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.)
The race joined the NASCAR circuit in 1989. It was added as a replacement for the Budweiser 400 at Riverside, which closed in 1988. The race has undergone several name and length changes since its inception.
Kyle Larson won NASCAR‘s longest race Sunday night and in the process gave team owner Rick Hendrick a record 269th victory, most in NASCAR Cup Series history.
Larson‘s win in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway was the eighth of his career and his second of the season, guaranteeing the driver of the No. 5 Chevrolet a spot in the playoffs. By the time he crossed the finish line at the end of 400 laps, Larson held a 10.051-second lead over runner-up and teammate Chase Elliott.