Can Kyle Larson be stopped? The former, and hopeful once again someday, NASCAR star, took his sixth-straight victory in dirt competition on Tuesday night at Paragon Speedway. This time in USAC Midget competition in night 1 of Indiana Midget Week.
Larson, who broke the track record earlier in the day, started sixth in the 30-lap feature.
However, just as he has done in his previous five starts between the World of Outlaws and the Ollie’s All-Star Circuit of Champions, Larson cruised to the front and pulled away down the stretch.
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He would take his red No. 86 machine to the finish line ahead of Tanner Thorson and NASCAR Cup Series competitor Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
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Larson had never competed at Paragon Speedway before Tuesday’s events.
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