Kyle Larson won Sunday’s Penzoil 400 over Tyler Reddick in the closing laps at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday afternoon.

Driver No. 5 swept both stages on Sunday and led an astonishing 181 laps en route to his third career victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Both Larson and Reddick ran every line in the track during the closing laps. Reddick would run inches away from the outside wall while Larson ran down by the white line. Larson would move up the track when Reddick had a run and Reddick would dive low next to the apron.

Reddick would get to put himself within two-tenths of a second of Larson with two laps remaining in the race. However, Reddick would not be able to complete the pass on Larson and lost his momentum on Larson as Larson took the white flag.

”I knew Tyler was going to be the guy to beat from the first stage,” Larson told Fox Sports post-race. “He was really fast there.”

Rounding out the top five were Tyler Reddick in second, Ryan Blaney in third, Ross Chastain in fourth and Ty Gibbs in fifth.

Tyler Reddick, who finished in the runner-up position on Sunday afternoon seen his season make a turn for the better after finishing outside the top-25 at Daytona and Atlanta.

With his win on Sunday, this marks the third time in the last four years that Larson has won by the fourth race of the season.

Rounding out the top ten were Noah Gragson in sixth, Martin Truex Jr. in seventh, Denny Hamlin in eighth, Joey Logano in ninth and William Byron in tenth.

William Byron, who finished tenth on Sunday was able to recover after falling one lap down in the opening stage of the race. Byron had a large garbage bag covering the grill of his No. 24 Hendricks Motorsports Chevrolet. Byron would be forced to head to pit road as his engine temps reached 350 degrees.

Christopher Bell finished 33rd on Sunday after having multiple incidents throughout the race. Bell spun out on Lap 10 due to a flat rear tire and had to make a unscheduled pit stop. Bell would again spin out in stage two after recovering to finish in the top ten in stage one. Driver No. 20 ended his day two laps down to the leaders in 33rd.

Bubba Wallace had issues on pit road that ruined his hopes for a good finish. The team could not get his left front tire off during a pit stop during stage two due to the lug nut. Wallace’s team continued working on his tire during the stage two break and into the final stage before removing the tire. Wallace would return to the track 12 laps down and end his day in the 36th position.

Chris Buescher, who finished 37th on Sunday afternoon had troubles on Lap 27 when the lug nut and wheel came apart off the right side of his No. 17 Ford. Buescher was unable to continue in the race and would be credited with a DNF.

The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Phoenix Raceway on Sunday, March 10th at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on FOX.