Race Determined by 0.001 Seconds

Kyle Larson won NASCAR’s 12th race of the season at Kansas Speedway by a margin of 0.001 seconds over Chris Buescher, marking the closest finish in the event’s history.


‣ After the Formula One race in Miami, NASCAR’s 12th season race took place at the Kansas Speedway, featuring the closest finish in its history.
‣ Hendricks Motorsports driver Kyle Larson won the race, finishing just 0.001 seconds ahead of Chris Buescher.
‣ The incredibly tight finish was highlighted across NASCAR’s social media, emphasizing the thrilling nature of the race.

So, the Formula One race wrapped up in Miami, right? And then, NASCAR decided it was their turn to steal the spotlight. They zoomed over to the Kansas Speedway for what would be their 12th race of the season. And oh boy, was it a nail-biter.

Now, picture this: Hendricks Motorsports’ very own Kyle Larson and Chris Buescher are neck and neck. The crowd’s going wild. And bam! Larson beats Buescher by a whisker. We’re talking 0.001 seconds, folks. Can you even measure time that finely? Apparently, NASCAR can.

### Larson edges out Buescher by the blink of an eye

You won’t believe how close it was. Seriously, check this out: pic.twitter.com/7TesjOJWao – courtesy of NASCAR’s tweet on May 6, 2024. It’s like, you blink, and you’ve missed it.

And just when you thought it couldn’t get any more intense, there’s more. Another tweet, another moment of disbelief: pic.twitter.com/YHWI3Jv1k0. NASCAR’s really out here making history.

But wait, there’s more! If you’re still doubting how close it was, this should settle it: pic.twitter.com/PU0wqKOFyW. Yes, THAT CLOSE. NASCAR’s not playing around with these photo finishes.

So, there you have it. A race that’ll be talked about for ages. And all it took was 0.001 seconds to make history. Crazy, right? Just another day in the world of NASCAR.

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez is a senior writer at F1Highlights.com. With a passion for motorsports, Albert brings a unique perspective to the world of Formula One. With over five years of experience as a sports reporter, he has honed his skills in capturing the essence of the sport.

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