Kyle Larson won the World of Outlaws race Saturday night at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55. The victory came in his third series start since losing his NASCAR ride last month.
“Can’t thank all you fans enough for the support over the last few handful of weeks here,” Larson, who lost his ride at Chip Ganassi Racing after using a racial slur in an iRacing event a month ago, told the I-55 fans and a DirtVision audience. “It really means a lot.”
Larson remains indefinitely suspended by NASCAR for the incident last month.
For more of what Larson said after his win and the race, go to the NBC Sports Motors story here.
. @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