While Kyle Larson was suspended by NASCAR for the use of a racial slur, he not only found a way to keep racing but also won a race in the World of Outlaws.
Kyle Larson won the race at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, which is his third World of Outlaws race after being suspended by NASCAR last month. Limited number of fans were allowed in the race.
Larson was allowed to race in the World of Outlaws after completing sensitivity test. He finished 10th in the first race and 2nd in the second. He will receive $20,000 for the win.
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Regarding the win, Lason said:
Can’t thank all you fans enough for the support over the last few handful of weeks here. It really means a lot. Everybody who’s on this car, my family, my friends. This win means so much personally. It’s … uh, I can’t even describe it.
. @dirtvision REPLAY: For the first time in his career at @I55Raceway, and the first time this season, @KyleLarsonRacin heads to victory lane and up on top of the wing! #LiveNOS pic.twitter.com/VsD0nB8ZCZ
— World of Outlaws (@WorldofOutlaws) May 24, 2020
While Larson has apologized for a number of occasions, NASCAR has held their stance regarding his suspension.
3 thoughts on “Suspended by NASCAR, Kyle Larson wins a World of Outlaws race”
Ask Jeremy Mayfield how forgiving NASCAR can be.
If NASCAR is smart, they will let him race again in the series next year.
NASCAR should me ashamed of themselves. When Bubba Wallace thru water in the face of Alex Bowmen, they did nothing. Kyle Larson is a great driver and did not do anything in NASCAR. I racing has nothing to do with NASCAR. Where is the fairness here?