Hendrick Signs 2 Sponsors For Kyle LarsonHendrick Motorsports signed its first two sponsors for Kyle Larson, a promising sign as the driver attempts to rebuild his image after his use of a racial slur derailed his promising career.
Larson Still Popular, Despite Racial SlurDonald Reed drove more than seven hours to North Carolina last week just to watch Kyle Larson race on dirt tracks.
Kyle Larson Reinstated For 2021 NASCAR SeasonKyle Larson can return to NASCAR competition next season following a long suspension for using a racial slur while playing a video game.
NASCAR's Kyle Larson: 'I was just ignorant'What do you do when the entire world believes you are a racist? When your career has collapsed because you uttered the N-word while playing a late-night video game?
Kyle Larson Races In World Of Outlaws EventThe resurrection of Kyle Larson's career began with a 25-hour drive from California to Iowa for a $15,000-to-win World of Outlaws race.
Kenseth Plans On Taking Advantage Of OpportunityMatt Kenseth had a blissful year of retirement. He had time to travel with his wife and four daughters, made his first visit to Europe, and took up marathon running.
Matt Kenseth Coming Out Of Retirement To Drive The 42Former NASCAR champion Matt Kenseth will again come out of retirement to compete for Chip Ganassi Racing as the replacement for fired driver Kyle Larson.
NASCAR’s Byron Wins 2nd, Drama-Free, Virtual RaceNobody did anything to get fired or lose a sponsor in this week's edition of NASCAR virtual racing.
NASCAR Virtual Racing Has Had A Tough WeekScott Dixon, five-time IndyCar champion and relatively new iRacing competitor, received a brief set of instructions from boss Chip Ganassi about the world of virtual racing.
NASCAR's Larson Fired After Sponsors WalkAs sponsor after sponsor dropped Kyle Larson after he used a racial slur during a live-streamed virtual race, his NASCAR team owner was backed into a corner.
Kyle Larson Drops N-word, Sponsors Drop Larson“Last night I made a mistake and said the word that should never, ever, be said,” Larson said in an apology video posted on Twitter shortly after noon Monday. “There’s no excuse for that; I wasn’t raised that way. It’s just an awful thing to say.”