— William Bryon started on pole and delivered a dominant drive Sunday to win NASCAR’s first road race of the season at the Circuit of the Americas. The Daytona 500 winner earned his second win of the season and delivered the fourth in six races for Chevrolet. The Hendrick Motorsports driver led 42 of 68 laps and held off hard-charging Joe Gibbs Racing’s Christopher Bell over the final two laps. Bell shaved nearly three seconds of Byron’s lead to create some late drama before Byron slammed the door over the final corners. Byron earned career win No. 12.