Kyle Larson has made two previous starts at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and so far he has not failed to crack the top 10. He posted the fourth-fastest time in final practice and could be en route to another strong finish.
Sprint Cup driver Kyle Larson won the 4th Annual Aspen Dental Eldora Dirt Derby 150, his second victory in 12 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races.
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Kyle Larson had the best 10-lap consecutive average speed in the first practice for Wednesday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Aspen Dental Eldora Dirt Derby 150.
Kyle Larson posted the quickest 10-lap average in the third practice session for the Quaker State 400 by Advance Auto Parts at Kentucky Speedway. His top speed of 185.468 mph was set during lap five through 14. Larson also had the quickest 10-lap average in final practice with a 183.629 mph from lap 26 through 35.
Kyle Larson scored his first top-10 of his Daytona International Speedway career this spring in the Daytona 500. He finished seventh. This week, he improved one spot to finish sixth in the Coke Zero 400.
Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray topped the first practice session for the Toyota / Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway. Kyle Larson posted the fastest lap of 95.141 mph with Jamie McMurray going 94.544 mph.
"Kyle Larson and his team each were docked 15 points for a P3 penalty from a postrace inspection failure at Michigan International Speedway," according to NBC Sports’ Nate Ryan. Larson finished third in the FireKeepers Casino 400. The points’ penalty drops the team from 19th to 21st in the standings.
Kyle Larson raced Chase Elliott for second-place at Dover International Speedway three weeks ago as they battled to catch Matt Kenseth. At Michigan International Speedway in the FireKeepers Casino 400, Larson and Elliott raced to see who would be Joey Logano’s top competition. Larson finished third, which is his second top-five in the past four races.
Sprint Cup driver Kyle Larson won the Inaugural Pocono Green 250, his fourth victory in 82 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races.
In six attempts on 2.5-mile flat tracks, Kyle Larson has never finished worse than 12th and he has scored top-10s in two-thirds of his attempts.
Kyle Larson went from the lead to the garage with two laps remaining in the 2016 All-star race. He attempted to side-draft Joey Logano to keep that car at bay, but got himself loose and slapped the wall. The damage was significant enough to cause him to finish 16th.
In a reprise of last week’s final laps in the AAA 400 Drive for Autism, Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson raced side-by-side. This time it was for the win instead of second, however. Elliott had the pass made on the outside until he was squeezed into the wall by Larson and the No. 42 advanced to the All-star race. The two drivers were wrecking as they came down the length of the frontstretch.
Kyle Larson finished second to Matt Kenseth at Dover in the AAA 400 Drive for Autism and this was likely his best opportunity ever to win his first Cup race. He was considerably faster than the No. 20, but got embroiled in a battle in lapped traffic with the No. 24 in the closing laps and lost ground to the leader. Larson caught Kenseth, but was unwilling to spin him out of the lead.
Kyle Larson was notably fast in the second practice session for the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway. His top speed of 156.576 mph placed him sixth on the speed chart.