Ex NASCAR driver Kyle Larson is set to hit the track again this Friday, though not in NASCAR, for the first time since using a racial insult. He is staged to race in the World of Outlaws Invitational at Knoxville Raceway.
Former Chip Ganassi Racing driver Larson is set to get back on the race-track before many of the other Cup Series drivers, drivers who weren’t fired from their jobs for using an indecent language during the iracing competition.
Kyle is set to race for his own Kyle Larson Racing sprint car team in the World of Outlaws Invitational at Knoxville Raceway in Iowa this Friday, May 8th.
The races that are set to make up this event will be run without supporters, and they are set to be the first World of Outlaws winged sprint races since February, before all of the recent postponements and cancellations.
The 27-y-o Elk Grove, California born lost his job as the driver of the #42 Chevrolet after using a racial slur during a NASCAR race on iRacing at virtual Autodromo Nazionale Monza three weeks ago. This race was being live-streamed on several Twitch channels when Kyle raged.