Saturday afternoon, NASCAR fans both at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and watching from home were treated to what dirt track enthusiasts have enjoyed for years: a no-holds-barred dogfight between Christopher Bell and Kyle Larson.
Kyle Larson got one back on long-time friend and rival Christopher Bell on Saturday afternoon, avenging his tough Chili Bowl Nationals loss in January with a win in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
A pair of old dirt track foes will line up on the front row for Saturday’s Boyd Gaming 300, with Christopher Bell edging out Kyle Larson for the NASCAR Xfinity Series pole at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Outside polesitter Kyle Larson dominated the first stage of Saturday’s PowerShares QQQ 300 at Daytona Int’l Speedway, leading 23 of the first 30 laps in the NASCAR XFINITY Series season-opener.
After partnering with Chip Ganassi Racing for three seasons in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, DC Solar is moving to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this year as a primary sponsor of both Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray.
A bump-and-run determined the outcome of Saturday’s #BCForever Pole Shuffle and ultimately gave Kyle Larson the pole for the 32nd annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals at the Tulsa Expo Center.
Kyle Larson simply wasn’t going to let a win escape him twice on Tuesday night at the Tulsa Expo Center.
Defending Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions winner and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series star Kyle Larson will lead a star-studded field of entries into battle on Tuesday for Warren CAT Qualifying Night at the 32nd annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.
Kyle Larson didn’t miss the fact that he was the only driver at Monday’s pre-Chili Bowl press conference not to have won a Golden Driller.
Kyle Larson pulled off another win on Wednesday night in New Zealand, topping the United Truck Parts World 50 for midget cars at Auckland’s Western Springs Speedway.
If Kyle Larson can have his racing dreams unfold the way he wants, dirt track fans may have plenty of reason to rejoice down the road.
NASCAR star and dirt racing veteran Kyle Larson will become the sole owner of Larson Marks Racing, starting with the 2018 season.