Kyle Larson has completed the mandatory sensitivity training which was needed as a result of him uttering the N-word. However, despite completing the test, the 27-year-old driver will remain suspended indefinitely by NASCAR.
Kyle Larson was suspended indefinitely without pay by Chip Ganassi Racing right after the incident in which he used the N-word in a virtual iRacing event on April 12. Since then, his place behind the wheels of the #42 Chevrolet has been given to the then-retired Matt Kenseth.
While Kyle Larson completed the necessary sensitivity training needed for him to be cleared to race again, he remains suspended by NASCAR indefinitely.
However, he did return behind the wheels with the World of Outlaws Invitational at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa. He needed to complete the sensitivity training to be eligible for this race too which he did. Starting in the 18th position, Larson finished 10th in the race.