Kyle Larson is the hottest driver in American Motorsports, no doubt about it.
Whether it’s wheeling a NASCAR Cup Series car around Watkins Glen, or a dirt late model or a 410 winged sprint car, Larson excels, and as was the case — again — in Monday night’s 26th Annual Sage Fruit Front Row Challenge, Larson usually wins.
While Larson did score another prestigious dirt win on Monday in Oskaloosa, Iowa, it was no walk in the park, as he had stiff competition in the closing laps from Brian Brown.
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Still, Larson weathered the storm and came out the other side with a $21,000 victory.
Just like the Kings Royal. Just like the Chili Bowl. Just like five NASCAR Cup Series races this season, Larson reigned supreme.
Whatever Larson touches these days, rest assured that it’s visiting victory lane.
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Brown finished runner-up to Larson by 1.295-seconds.
Carson Macedo finished in third, while Anthony Macri and the former driver of the Hendrick Motorsports NASCAR Cup Series No. 5 car —- Kasey Kahne —- came home fifth.
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