Kyle Larson posted the quickest 10-lap average in the second practice session among the three drivers who went that far. His speed was 174.896 mph during his first 10 laps on the track.
Kyle Larson was the only driver to post at least 10 consecutive laps at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Friday morning’s practice session with a speed of 175.313 mph from laps eight through 17.
Kyle Larson posted the fastest single fastest time in Friday morning’s practice for the 5-Hour Energy 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with a speed of 133.708 mph.
After posting the fastest single lap in the first practice session on Friday morning—and winning the pole in the process when rain canceled qualification—Kyle Larson backed up his time with another league-leading session in final practice with a speed of 178.412 mph.
Persistent rain suspended nearly all of the morning practices at Kentucky and caused NASCAR to make an early announcement that qualification would also be canceled. Kyle Larson will lead the field to green after setting the fastest time in the abbreviated practice.
Kyle Larson had the fastest single lap in an abbreviated morning practice session at Kentucky Speedway. His top speed was 182.537 mph, which was nearly 9/10ths of a mile better than second-place Brad Keselowski.
Kyle Larson set a new track record at Sonoma Raceway with as speed of 96.868 mph. His top speed was recorded in the first practice session, but he slipped to fourth in the final rundown.
Kyle Larson sits 18th in the points’ standings and is 39 markers out of Chase contention. It might be safe to assume he is in a sophomore slump after last year’s solid rookie run, but he has top-10s in one-third of his 2015 starts
Crew chief Chris Heroy left Kyle Larson on track during the final restart and gambled on rain shortening the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway. He was correct about the rain coming, but the No. 42 was three laps short of winning when he had to pit for fuel.
Kyle Larson’s two previous finishes at Michigan have been about as contradictory as possible. He finished eighth in this race last year, but crashed to finish dead last in August. He showed consistency in qualification, however, with a 12th-place start in June and a 13th in the second race.
For the second consecutive week Chip Ganassi Racing placed both of their drivers in the top 10; Kyle Larson finished eighth one spot behind teammate Jamie McMurray.
Kyle Larson posted the quickest 10-lap average in Saturday morning’s practice session. His top time was 174.507 mph from laps five through 14.
Kyle Larson posted the second-fastest single lap in the final practice session for the Axalta We Paint Winners 400 at Pocono Raceway. His top speed was 175.292 mph.
Kyle Larson raced with the leaders all afternoon and had the right strategy at the end of the FedEx 400 at Dover International Speedway; he finished third, which was his first top-five of the season. Larson spent nearly 80 percent of the race inside the top 10.