Kyle and Katelyn Larson have officially welcomed their third child, Cooper Donald Larson, to their family. Katelyn Larson shared the official news of Cooper’s birth, which occurred on Saturday, in a photo post on her Instagram account on Sunday.
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Cooper, the couple’s second son, joins Owen Miyata Larson (8) and Audrey Layne Larson (4).
In September, Katelyn Larson and the Larson family went public with their daughter Audrey’s diagnosis of Alopecia. Katelyn Larson spoke with TobyChristie.com in an exclusive interview and brought awareness to the autoimmune disorder.
Kyle Larson, who typically competes in the Chili Bowl Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma each year, opted to forgo the event for 2023. But he and his wife have plenty to celebrate, regardless, with the new addition to their family.
The 30-year-old racer has become one of the dominant forces in the NASCAR Cup Series since moving to Hendrick Motorsports ahead of the 2021 season. In his first season with HMS, Larson racked up and impressive 10 wins and he scored his first-career NASCAR Cup Series championship.
In 2022, Larson’s production on track fell off slightly, but he still accumulated three more victories and finished seventh in the NASCAR Cup Series championship standings.
The California native will return to the No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro for his third season in 2023.
Overall, Larson has amassed 19 victories in 295-career starts in NASCAR Cup Series competition.