Kyle Larson is considered one of the most talented race car drivers in America today. The Elk Grove, Calif. native has built an extensive and impressive racing resume with more than 250 career race wins. In fact, he has won in every racing circuit he’s competed in (NASCAR Cup, NASCAR Xfinity, NASCAR Truck, K&N East/West, ARCA, Sprint Car, Midget, Silver Crown, Late Model and Sports Car,). Most notably, Larson has earned six victories in the premier NASCAR Cup Series and won the prestigious Chili Bowl Midget Nationals twice in 2020 and 2021, the NASCAR All-Star Race in 2019, and the Rolex 24 at Daytona in 2015. He also won the 2011 4-Crown Nationals at Eldora Speedway, winning in all three types of USAC cars in a single night, only the second driver in history to accomplish the feat.
Larson is a living legend in dirt-track racing. In 2020, he turned in one of the most impressive years in the history of dirt-track racing. While primarily driving sprint cars, he racked up an incredible 46 victories in 97 attempts. Larson led the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series in victories with 12 despite competing in only 26 of its 54 events and he secured his first Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series win.
Starting in 2021, Larson is racing the No. 5 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE for Hendrick Motorsports in the NASCAR Cup Series, marking his return to the series and the return of the team’s flagship car number. Larson, who is half Japanese, is the only Asian-American to race full-time in NASCAR and is the first NASCAR Drive for Diversity graduate to earn a Cup race win. He now serves as a mentor for the program.
When not racing at NASCAR’s highest level or at a local short track, Larson enjoys playing golf and spending time with wife, Katelyn, and their son, Owen, and daughter, Audrey. He also is active supporter of the Urban Youth Racing School in Philadelphia, which helps expose students of color to motor sports, and The Sanneh Foundation in St. Paul, Minn., which supports diverse low-income urban and immigrant youth populations in the Twin Cities. Since joining Hendrick Motorsports, Larson has added Hendrick Cares as the third primary organizations he and the Kyle Larson Foundation support.
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Since 1984, Hendrick Motorsports has earned a record 13 car owner championships in NASCAR’s premier division. The organization fields four full-time Chevrolet teams on the NASCAR Cup Series circuit with drivers Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, William Byron and Alex Bowman.
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