Think Kyle Larson was excited about his latest dominating performance in the NASCAR Cup Series? After winning his third-consecutive NASCAR Cup Series points paying race and fourth race overall (including the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race), Larson laid down an epic burnout for the capacity crowd at Nashville Superspeedway.
Larson fired up the tires on his No. 5 Valvoline Chevrolet at the entrance to turns 1 and 2, and he didn’t stop burning out until he reached the exit of turn four.
Charlotte: Kyle Larson
Sonoma: Kyle Larson
— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) June 20, 2021
Larson has been absolutely electric since moving to Hendrick Motorsports in the offseason. He has four wins so far in 2021, and he has led more laps already this season (1,426) than any other season in his NASCAR Cup Series career.
Larson’s average finish over the last six races is a staggering 1.5.
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