LEXINGTON -- Author Thomas Wolfe penned a novel titled, "You Can't Go Home Again," a book published in 1940 after his death.
Austin Cindric hasn't read it, obviously. He is far too busy winning NASCAR races.
The 20-year-old Columbus native, who grew up spending summer vacations at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course then owned by his grandfather, claimed his second straight NASCAR Xfinity Series win Saturday in a dominating performance in the B&L Transport 170.
GALLERY: Austin Cindric wins 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Mid-Ohio
Photos from the NASCAR Xfinity Series B&L Transport 170 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on Saturday. Columbus native Austin Cindric, 20, whose grandfather, Jim Trueman, once owned the permanent road course, earned the checkered flag and captured his second straight NASCAR win.