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Rookie Larson continues to impress with runner-up finish at Loudon

Kyle Larson did not make the 2014 Chase for the Sprint Cup. No one would know it, though, from his performance in the first two Chase races. After finishing an impressive third in last weekend's Chase opener at Chicagoland Speedway, the Sprint Cup Series rookie improved one position with a second-place showing in Sunday's Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Unlike...
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Larson “really close” to grabbing first Sprint Cup win

It may not be the expression of gratitude Jeff Gordon had in mind, but Kyle Larson knows one way he can pay Gordon back for all the kind words he’s said about the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie. Larson would like nothing more than to whip Gordon on the race track. “Before I even raced the K&N Series, Jeff Gordon had a lot of respect for me and talked very highly of me,...

Right on Target: Rookie Kyle Larson eyeballing first Sprint Cup win

Kyle Larson has turned a lot of heads this season with quick success in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. What the rookie driver has yet to do is translate his success into a trip to Victory Lane. Will Sunday's Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway be the race when it all finally comes together for the 22-year-old Chip Ganassi Racing driver? The last rookie to win a Sprint...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Best in-car audio: Kyle Larson was '(expletive) bananas' at Chicagoland

NASCAR Race Hub's "Radioactive" once again brings you the best scanner sound from race weekend.  Kyle Larson may not have gotten the win in Chicago but he definitely turned some heads. One crew chief went so far as to call him '(expletive) bananas' ... high praise indeed. We also hear from a mad Clint Bowyer, a mad Danica Patrick and a happy Brad Keselowski...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson to take over the reigns

How did NASCAR ever get so lucky?  Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson coming into the scene at about the same time, timing could not have been any better.  This is not something NASCAR has seen often, as a matter of fact it has been eight years (2006) since NASCAR has seen this type of talent in their young guns. Eight years, eight long years that NASCAR has been piecing together the...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Gordon-Larson mutual admiration society meets in media center

As hard as they raced each other in the closing laps of Sunday's 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, Jeff Gordon and Kyle Larson might as well have been at a tea social when they sat side-by-side at the dais in the track's media center. Gordon and Larson raced ferociously over the last six laps and finished second and third, respectively, behind race-winner Brad...

Larson Struggles to Find Speed, Settles for a 13th-Place Finish at Richmond

In his fourth-career NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) start at Richmond International Raceway, Kyle Larson was fast early in the weekend and qualified within the top five, but couldn't find the speed he needed to battle for the lead throughout the 250-lap race, ultimately finishing in 13th position.   With Colgate® Enamel Health TM aboard the No. 42 Turner Scott Motorsports...

Kyle Larson could be favorite to make Chase of those still left outside

Seven drivers are currently in or within realistic striking distance of one of the four remaining open spots for the 2014 Chase for the Sprint Cup, but the driver with the least amount of experience might have the best chance to sneak in. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie Kyle Larson has all of 86 starts […]
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Toilet talk: Kyle Larson tells us how he wipes his bum (VIDEO)

Here's a question for you. Do you neglect your bum? In this video posted to Cottenelle's YouTube channel, Kyle Larson tells the world how he treats his behind. 
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July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Larson to use backup Nationwide car

Kyle Larson will go to a backup car after his No. 32 Chevy took rear-end damage during NASCAR Nationwide Series Happy Hour on Friday at Kansas Speedway. Larson had run 13 laps in the second session when he made contact with the Turn 4 wall. His best lap was 175.291 mph. Larson was ninth in first practice with a lap of 175.713 mph. The 21-year-old driver is ninth in Nationwide Series...
Via Fox Sports
October 04, 2013  |  Discuss
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