Kyle Larson wins controversial award for “Best Driver” of the year over F1 Max Verstappen 

Cup Series champion Kyle Larson wins controversial award for “Best Driver” of the year over F1 Max Verstappen 

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NASCAR 2021 Cup Series champion Kyle Larson was very dominant throughout the year 2021, and his driving was acknowledged by the ESPY voters, as he was named Best driver  of the Year.

Last season Kyle Larson achieved 10 victories in a single season and closed the year with a Cup championship. 

The Hendrick Motorsports driver recently announced that he would be teaming up with his brother-in-law Brad Sweet, a three-time World of Outlaws champion, to establish a new dirt series.

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Larson missed the ceremony due to race with the World of Outlaws, where he had a dominant victory at Port Royal Speedway.

“It is already a great honor to be nominated, but if I were to win and beat the Formula 1 world champion and the other champions as well. It would just be a huge honor.”Larson said after discovering he was nominated.

Many racing fans especially F1 supporters is of the opinion that Larson didn’t deserve to the “Best Driver” award.

Kyle Larson recently confirmed he won’t be racing the January 2023 Chili Bowl due to the purse factor.

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