After a disappointing race in Darlington, Kyle Larson is ready for what lies ahead. The next challenge will be Kansas and a race with high expectations. His team has been at the very top of this sport for years, so they want the same this season.
“At Fontana, we were able to run really close to the wall, so I would imagine it’s pretty easy to run next to the wall at Kansas. I love Kansas – it’s definitely one of my favorite tracks. It does have multiple lanes, typically.
If that top lane gets going really fast, it does make it hard to pass. I hope we can run the bottom, middle and top,” Kyle Larson said, as quoted by firstsportz. His team has had good experiences from previous races in Kansas, and it is not surprising where the optimism comes from this time as well.
“We’ve had some pretty good finishes at Kansas in recent years and had built up a solid playbook, but I feel like a lot of that is out the window with this new car. We weren’t that great at Vegas earlier this year, but we were pretty decent in Atlanta,” Chase Elliott said.
NASCAR changes and adapt
Changes in NASCAR have caused many things in NASCAR drivers. Some are dissatisfied, but what they just have to do is get used to what awaits them. “I think we’ve learned a lot more about the car in general since those races and the changes that we can make to get the most out of it.
Each track presents its own set of challenges, but I think our team as a whole has done a good job of adapting and I don’t think that will be any different this weekend,” Chase Elliott added. This will be an interesting race and we hope for a real spectacle.