Since leaving NASCAR in May after losing his ride over a racial slur, race car driver Kyle Larson has been making the best of the situation.
Since returning to the World of Outlaws and dirt track racing, Larson has won four races in two months.
Larson has beat the 10 time World of Outlaws Series champion Donny Schatz in a three lap shootout at Attica Raceway Park in Ohio.
He took his number 57 car to victory at the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions at Sharon Speedway; a victory in Knoxville, and in a Pennsylvania Sprint Car Speedweek he dominated the series.
Racing in World of Outlaws and Midgets, Larson has racked up nearly two dozen victories including an Indiana Midget Week Championship.
While sporting events were shut down due to the Covid-19 virus, NASCAR drivers turned to iRacing events for some fun and entertainment that quickly became very popular among drivers and racing fans. During one such event Kyle Larson uttered a racial slur over the radio aimed at his white spotter. NASCAR responded quickly by suspending Larson indefinitely. After some backlash form car sponsors, car owner of the number 42 car Chip Ganassi fired Larson. He has since returned to dirt track racing.