Kyle Larson is scheduled to drive Sunday in the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars race at Antioch Speedway, two days after placing 14th in the NASCAR Nationwide race in Richmond, Va.
Larson was just chosen by Earnhardt Ganassi Racing to replace Juan Pablo Montoya in the Sprint Cup series in 2014.
"I will be there (at Antioch), as long as everything goes all right," the 21-year-old said earlier this week.
Outlaws car are powered by 900 horsepower engines and can reach up to 150 mph at the 3.8-mile oval.
Eric Verso scored on a header in the 10th minute, and the Stanford men's soccer team (1-1-1) made the goal hold up in a 1-0 victory over host Santa Clara (0-3). The No. 4-ranked Cal men's water polo team went 2-0 in the first day of the Triton Invitational, beating Redlands 21-3 and UC San Diego 13-10. Hunter Gettelfinger had four goals against the Tritons, while captain Collin Smith had four goals against Redlands. The third-ranked Stanford men's water polo opened the season with two victories at the Bruno Fall Classic in Providence, R.I., defeating host and 16th-ranked Brown 23-3 and Harvard 17-5. Adrienne Gehan recorded 18 kills as the Cal's women's volleyball team (5-0) beat No. 19 Creighton (4-1) in the title match of the Bluejay Invitational -- 26-24, 25-21, 25-14. Earlier in the day, Gehan had nine kills and 11 digs as the Bears rolled 25-14, 25-16, 25-16 over Northern Colorado. The second-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team (2-1) dropped a 28-26, 25-17, 18-25, 25-22 decision to No. 8 Florida (5-0) in Austin, Texas. The Cardinal's Rachel Williams had 21 kills and 12 digs. Natalie Loos had 11 kills, and the Saint Mary's women's volleyball team (3-1) breezed 25-17, 25-10, 25-13 over visiting Air Force (1-5).
Marks Mine, the 6-to-5 favorite, went wire-to-wire in scoring a three-length win in the $40,225 feature at Golden Gate Fields. Ridden by Frank Alvarado and trained by Steve Specth, Marks Mine ran six furlongs in 1:09.65.