Suspended by NASCAR, Kyle Larson hopes that he will be able to have “another opportunity” at racing in the NASCAR Cup Series again.
Kyle Larson has been suspended indefinitely by NASCAR for his use of a racial slur in an iRacing event. He is very thankful to the World of Outlaws, who let him race in their events after passing the sensitivity test. He even won the race at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55.
Larson expressed his thankfulness to them for supporting him. Speaking to Outlaws PR staff, he said:
I love racing with the World of Outlaws. They’ve stuck behind me, too, throughout this. That means a lot. I always want to support them, especially with them sticking behind me.
I can’t wait to get my journey started and see where my future goes.
While Larson is glad to be racing right now, he still wishes to be back racing for the NASCAR Cup Series again.
I’m just happy to be racing race cars right now. It’s been weird watching the NASCAR stuff on TV, but I also hope that I’ll still be able to have another opportunity to race in Cup someday, so taking this time to watch and still study and stay relevant in my own mind. That way whenever an opportunity comes up, I’ll be ready to take full advantage of that opportunity and do a good job.