While Kyle Larson may have pulled off a history making feet after earning his second Chili Bowl Nationals victory, the opening of the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models gave two other Kyle’s a chance to make a mark in the dirt racing history book with victories in the DIRTcar Sunshine Nationals.
There are few drivers who have seen the kind of comeback story that motorsports star Kyle Larson has experienced over the last few months. After being shunned by the powers that be in NASCAR for making a mistake, Larson refused to give up on his racing career.
Kyle Larson will be back for NASCAR’s 2021 Cup Series in a big way, having received permission to regain a seat in the series last week. Larson, 28, who was banned after making inappropriate racial remarks earlier in the year, has used the time wisely, wiping up the open-wheel ranks with win after win after win, even as he’s worked to remake his reputation away from the racetrack.
Earlier this week, NASCAR officials reinstated Kyle Larson, this comes after Larson served more than six months after his suspension for his use of a racial slur during an iRacing event.
Another well-known name was back in victory lane at this weekend’s Nittany Showdown at Port Royal Speedway.
While former NASCAR star Kyle Larson has been blowing up the charts lately in his World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink return, there is another driver who gave the rest of the competition the boot at this weekend’s Boot Hill Showdown at Dodge City Raceway Park.
Richard and Jennifer Marshall of Priority Aviation have posted a bounty on Kyle Larson for the remainder of 2020 Indiana Midget Week June 17-21, starting with round two, at Gas City I-69 Speedway.
While many of us celebrated our own fireworks show, to commemorate those who have given their lives to keep this country free, a well-known driver raced his way to his own firework worthy redemption story at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 on Memorial Day Weekend.
Driver Kyle Larson’s racial slur has gotten him into a heap of trouble this week during the NASCAR iRacing event, earning condemnation and losing him a race spot.
Kyle Larson won the 34th annual Chili Bowl in Tulsa, Oklahoma to earn his first Golden Driller trophy in 13 tries. Who says 13 is an unlucky number?