Kyle Larson is seen before a practice for the Brickyard 400 on Saturday in Indianapolis. Larson’s car caught fire after his slammed into the wall late in Sunday’s race, but the Elk Grove native is OK. Darron Cummings The Associated Press

Larson finished 28th. With 732 points in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series standings, he trails just Martin Truex Jr., who has 780. Truex’s car also caught on fire Sunday.

While it was a rough finish for Larson, another racer from the region had his best day of the season. Grass Valley’s Matt DiBenedetto was eighth for just his second top-10 finish of the season. He finished ninth in the season-opening Daytona 500.