A Second Helping Of Chili For Kyle Larson

TULSA, Okla. — One year ago, Kyle Larson finally achieved greatness by winning his first Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals title. Larson led every lap of the 35th running of the Super Bowl of Midget Racing, leaving no doubt on his way to back-to-back Chili Bowl victories in his own No. Larson (’20-’21) joins Bell (’17-’19) and Rico Abreu (’15-’16) in that category. While Larson didn’t take the lead until well after halfway in his first Chili Bowl score, he admitted that playing defense for the entire race this year was a tall order. Grant got the better of Larson to begin the race, but Joe B. Miller’s flipping No. While Larson was fighting to lap cars, Bell was on the hunt and hungry for redemption. He got past Grant coming to nine laps left and was eager to get to Larson after being beaten by the No. Grant faded quickly, but Bell was hot on Larson’s tail tank.

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