Kyle Larson has been called the future of NASCAR and he showed why Saturday taking the lead just past the halfway point and holding off several Sprint Cup veterans to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series History 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Larson made a breathtaking move on lap 119 to take the lead from Brad Keselowski. From there Larson took control of the race and went on to score his second career Nationwide series race win and the second of 2014 the first coming at Fontana in March.
“It was about perfect,” Larson said of his car. “I knew we had a good piece, but not that good.” MORE>>>
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