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Known as a "wheel man" for his innate ability to control a race car after rising up through the dirt track racing ranks to stardom in NASCAR, Kyle Larson has firmly established himself as one of motorsport's most respected drivers on pavement and dirt.


After taking the dirt track racing world by storm, Larson blasted onto the NASCAR scene in 2012. The Northern California native of Japanese descent quickly worked his way to a full-time ride in the premier NASCAR Cup Series, earning accolades for his racing ability and becoming a regular playoffs contender. Upon joining Hendrick Motorsports for the 2021 season in the No. 5 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Larson's career trajectory rocketed. He won a series-high, 10 NASCAR Cup Series races, plus the NASCAR All-Star Race, on his way to the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Championship. Perhaps more impressively, his 2,581 laps led in 2021 were the most by a driver since Jeff Gordon led 2,610 in 1995.


In addition to his stellar success in NASCAR, Larson won some of the most marque dirt track racing events in  2021, including the Chili Bowl, Kings Royal, Prairie Dirt Classic and the Knoxville Nationals. Considering the unique skill level it takes to race these different race cars, this feat will likely never be accomplished again and go down as one of the greatest seasons in American racing history.

In 2022, Larson returned the No. 5 car to victory lane three times in the NASCAR Cup Series and followed that up in 2023 with four more career wins to finish as driver championship runner-up. Off the track, he launched a new dirt track racing series called the High Limit Racing Sprint Car Series, which kicked off its first full 12-race season in 2023 before rolling out a 60-race nationwide schedule in 2024.

And If he wasn't satisfied with all that, Larson took on another challenge in 2024, racing an IndyCar open wheel race car at the 2024 Indianapolis 500 in an attempt to become the fifth driver ever to attempt an 1,100 mile "Double" on the same day, racing 500 miles at Indianapolis, immediately flying to Charlotte to race another 600 miles in the NASCAR Cup Series race. However, weather hampered his effort as a rain-delayed start to the Indy 500, where he finished 18th in a McLaren Chevrolet after a costly pit road speedling penalty, meant he missed the first half of the Charlotte 600 race, which ultimately got called before Larson could turn a lap. The effort garnered a tremendous amount of media attention and fan interest in having Larson make the attempt again in 2025.




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The Kyle Larson Foundation is dedicated to bringing people together and providing support to hands-on charitable organizations that benefit today's youth, families and communities in need.

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KLF's Drive for 5 campaign raised $500,000 to Fund 5 Students, Feed 5 Families, and Benefit 5 Communities through its alignment with the Urban Youth Racing School, The Sanneh Foundation and Hendrick Cares.​



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