Larson, Sponsor Credit One Bank And His Team CGR Makes Visit To Meeting Street Academy In South Carolina On Tuesday

Normally, Kyle Larson is spending his weekdays either preparing for the upcoming Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race or taking part in a sprint car race somewhere around this great nation of ours. Well, on Tuesday, Larson, driver of the No. 42 Credit One Bank Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, and members of the Chip Ganassi Racing team made a pit stop at Meeting Street Academy in Charleston, S.C. to speak with students about teamwork and perseverance during a school-wide assembly. Team partner Credit One Bank was in attendance and donated $25,000 to the…

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Kyle Larson Looking For 1st New Hampshire Victory

After 19 races, it’s clear that Chevrolet’s best shot of winning the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship is through Kyle Larson. He’s been the top Chevy driver all year. While he’s yet to win a race, he’s been close. Now, with this weekend’s race being on a track where pure speed isn’t high on the priority list, this could be his shot to land back in victory lane. Yes, Larson has never won at the Magic Mile before. Yes, he’s winless in 2018. But, Larson also has four…

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Larson Comes From The Back Again, Finishes 9th In Saturday Night’s Quaker State 400

SPARTA, KY – Kyle Larson was originally supposed to roll off in the 18th starting position for Saturday night’s Quaker State 400 at the Kentucky Speedway. Instead, prior to the start of this weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, Larson had to drop to the back due to missing driver intros. He gave up 22 positions on a track where track position pays dividends as a result. That didn’t phase him last year and didn’t on Saturday either.

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Larson Eyeing Quaker State 400 (7:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) Victory

Chevrolet may have been down on power it seems during this 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. But, for some reason, that doesn’t seem to be fazing Kyle Larson much. On 1.5-mile tracks like the one that we will race at this weekend in the Kentucky Speedway, Larson has finished in the top four in three of his six tries. He was runner-up two weeks ago in Chicago and look to be among the best in the field that day. In fact, out of those six races on 1.5-mile…

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Haley’s Daytona Win Taken Away For Going Below Yellow Line, Larson Deemed Victorious

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla – Friday night’s Coca Cola Firecracker 250 ended a lot like February’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race at the Daytona International Speedway. Both races ended in a photo finish. Both also ended with Elliott Sadler finishing second by the narrowest of margins too. But, tonight’s race was a little different. See, the battle at the line for that exciting photo finish, well we originally thought that it was for second place. Justin Haley came out of no where coming off of the exit of Turn 4 and heading into the…

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“Big 4” In NASCAR Show Up In The End Of Sunday’s Overton’s 400

JOLIET, Ill – By the time we hit the Month of May, we were talking about how Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch were virtually shoo-ins for the Championship 4 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Then, by the end of June, Martin Truex Jr. stamped his name into the conversation. Now, leaving Sunday’s Overton’s 400 at the Chicagoland Speedway, it’s clear that the four drivers that will likely contest for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship in November are set. Yes, there are still 19 races left in the season but at…

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Busch Earns 5th Victory Of 2018 In Thrilling Overton’s 400 at the Chicagoland Speedway

JOLIET, Ill – If we had any part of making the future Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule, the race at the Chicagoland Speedway would remain as a day race in July. We were treated to 24 lead changes on the 1.5-mile track with thrilling action throughout the entire 267 Lap event. But, no action was as good as the final battle in the closing laps between Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson. Larson, was fourth with 45 laps-to-go and if he was going to win Sunday’s race, he was going to…

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Larson Has No Problem With End Of Race Contact With Kyle Busch “I Hit Him 1st, I Roughed Him Up, He Roughed Me Up, That’s Racing”

JOLIET, Ill – In the closing stages of Sunday’s Overton’s 400 at the Chicagoland Speedway, Kyle Larson was charging his No. 42 Chevrolet up towards the lead. His sights were set on his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory of the season. First things first, he had to get by Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch. None were going to be easy. 

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From The Back To The Front, Kyle Larson Wins Saturday’s Overton’s 300

JOLIET, Ill – We already knew that Kyle Larson’s No. 42 Chevrolet had speed in it. So, despite starting Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race at the Chicagoland Speedway from 38th, we never counted him out to win on a hot, muggy afternoon in Chicago.  See, Larson actually earned the pole for the 200 Lap race but after qualifying, his Chip Ganassi Racing team determined one of his tires need changed. So, they’d charge all four Goodyear tires and start in the back as a result. 

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For 2nd Straight Year, Larson Earns Toyota/Save Mart 350 Pole (3 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

Kyle Larson described road racing as a similar trait to racing on dirt. The way and finesse you have to drive around Sonoma and Watkins Glen reminds him of how to get around places like Eldora, Knoxville and other dirt tracks around the nation. He’s showing he’s right in that assessment. 

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