The #42 rear window support appeared to be sagging at Kansas Speedway; Larson comments
On Saturday night, Kyle Larson was the lone Chevrolet to be a part of the race for the win at Kansas Speedway. Larson started at the tail of the field after spinning out in qualifying. He was forced to pit on new tires which is an unapproved adjustment that sent him to the tail for the start.
But, Kyle Larson made that all but irrelevant. By the conclusion of stage 1, he climbed all the way into the top 5.
By stage 2, Kyle Larson found the top spot on the field. He went on to win stage 2.
However, in stage 3 Larson had a few issues. First, Larson and Harvick traded a little paint at they raced across the start-finish line for the lead of the race. Minor damage, if any and Harvick won that battle.