There’s no stopping Kyle Larson from winning races, wherever he races, at the moment.
Just a day after winning the NASCAR All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway, Larson has captured another victory; this time in Monday night’s All-Star Circuit of Champions sprint car race at Wayne County Speedway.
He started 10th in the race and took the lead with the help of a couple of mid-race restarts on Lap 30 of the 35-lap race.
“This is probably the best I’ve seen this place,” Larson said in a series release. “I was really able to rip the fence in (turns) three and four, and I think that’s where I was stronger than Zeb.
“I was able to show him my nose a little bit in (turns) one and two to get him thinking which made him change his line in three and four. He just kinda spun off of the corner and I was able to get a good run.”
This was Larson’s 25 career wins in the All-Star Circuit of Champions. He will compete in the “Ohio Sprint Speedweek” again on Tuesday at Sharon Speedway.