Larson Looking To Avoid ‘Bad Situations’ In Kansas

What could’ve been a playoff-altering race in the worst way possible for Kyle Larson, turned into potentially championship-saving race at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway. “We don’t honestly know exactly what happened or what the cause of it was, but it sounds like William (Byron) had a very similar issue that we had during the race,” Larson said. Larson finished second to Kurt Busch in the May event at the 1.5-mile Kansas track. For Larson, the spring race was a learning experience he feels he can use heading into the weekend. While Larson had speed at Kansas back in May, Toyota drivers had a leg-up on the competition. Larson remembers the spring race at Kansas as the place his Toyota competitors began showing strength on 1.5-mile tracks. “From what I remember, I feel like Kansas was one of the first races where they really stood out as being extremely good,” Larson said.

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