It's showtime for Kyle Larson.
On Saturday night, NASCAR's greatest hope from its current youth movement will make his Sprint Cup debut.
While the 21-year-old Elk Grove, Cal.-native has only been on the stock car scene for the last two years, in his first season on the K&N East Tour he won two of 14 races and the title while posting a 6.4 average finish.
That was just the start for the racer that would just assume jump in a sprint - winged or not - and get down on the dirt. Watching him acclimate to heavier cars and trucks last year was compelling as he nearly pulled off upsets in the final two truck races last season. In his third career truck start, he led 43 laps at Phoenix before finishing second.
The following week at Homestead, Larson ran at the point for 48 laps before he was involved in a multi-truck wreck along with his teammate Nelson Piquet Jr. and champion contender Ty Dillon. Larson redeemed himself in his next truck outing by winning his first NASCAR race in th...