ROSSBURG, Ohio -- Kyle Larson rallied from a lap down to win the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Wednesday night at Eldora Speedway.The 23-year-old Sprint Cup driver had a flat right rear tire while leading about a third of the way through NASCARs lone dirt race in its top three series. He got back on the lead lap with a free pass on a caution and quickly worked his way to the front.I knew wed get the Lucky Dog, Larson said about the free pass. I just didnt know that I could get back to the top three as quick as I did.Driving GMS Racings No. 24 Chevrolet Silverado, Larson held off Christopher Bell, the Oklahoma dirt racer who won last year for Kyle Busch Motorsports. Larson led 48 of 150 laps on the half-mile clay oval owned by Sprint Cup star Tony Stewart.Bobby Pierce, the leader for 102 laps, finished 24 laps down in 25th after fighting Larson for the top spot. The 19-year-old driver hit the wall and had a flat right rear tire on his MB Motorsports entry.The carburetor was flooded and I couldnt get off the corner at all. Larson drove a great race, Pierce said. When that happened on the restart, I caught him a little bit, he hit the wall and I tried to slide him. I went in there a little too hard, it was super-slick and I got the wall and knocked the right rear off the rim and that was that.Larson raced to his second Truck Series victory in 12 career starts. He also has four victories in the second-tier Xfinity Series, winning this year at Pocono.It just worked out where I got by Bell when he got in the wall and I think Bobby had a gear issue, Larson said. He was definitely better than I was for sure.Larson finished 0.767 seconds ahead of Bell.We got going pretty good there for a while, Bell said. 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It was the third time in four games this season he was fined for his on-field behavior.In Week 1, Beckham was involved in a group celebration that cost him $12,154. In Week 2, he was docked $36,000 for a hit on New Orleans Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro. The most recent fine brings his total to $72,463 through four weeks this season.After the 24-10 loss, Beckham said he wasnt happy with the flag.I just have to understand if I sneeze the wrong way, it will be a flag, he said. It will be a fine. If I tie my shoes the wrong way, it might be a fine or a flag. It is what it is. You have to understand that. As tough as it is to undderstand that for a 23-year-old who has been blessed with a lot that God has given to me -- an amazing amount of ability and amazing amount of everything -- it seems like its all working against you.dddddddddddde had his least productive game as a professional against the Vikings. Beckham caught three passes for 23 yards in the loss.But he conceded on Thursday he wasnt happy with his on-field behavior. Beckham has been fined more than $150,000 since entering the league.I think its gotten to a point where I just want to compete, Beckham said. None of the extra stuff -- I just want to compete. That never seems to be the case. You just keep smiling. Itll be straight. Itll all work itself out. Well start winning some games and help pick up this offense.The thing that kills me is that I remember when I was a kid. I remember when I looked up to someone and watched them, emulated them, he said. What Im doing is not something I would want a 6-year-old boy to be out there and learn from. Honestly, as funny as it sounds, thats really all I care about. ' ' '