After the incident that happened in Las Vegas when Bubba Wallace crashed into Kyle Larson, many are wondering if there will be an apology from Wallace. Bubba was furious about this because Larson was 'playing dangerous'; in the end, he couldn't take such things.
Kyle Larson revealed that they still haven't had a conversation since the incident. However, he does not expect an apology from Wallace. “We haven’t talked yet, but I’m sure we, hopefully, will eventually.
No, I mean we haven’t talked. I feel like a lot of people are expecting him to reach out and apologize. I don’t expect an apology for anything so. I’m all good on my end,” Kyle Larson said. Larson is a man who has his own value system, and he doesn't want to bother with such things.
Kyle is focused on himself and the continuation of the season. “I’m a big boy, I guess. So, I don’t get my feelings hurt easily. So, like I said I don’t expect an apology I don’t expect anything like that.
Just like I said last week it is what it is and I move on from things really fast,” says Kyle Larson.
Homestead is a place from which there are high expectations. Larson hopes he can achieve a positive result, and considering his qualities, success will not be far away.
“I’m excited to be here at Homestead. This is one of my favorite tracks so we’d love to get a win here this weekend,”. Wallace commented on the incident after the race in Las Vegas: “When you get shoved in the fence deliberately like he did trying to force me to lift — steering was gone.
He just so happened to be there. He knows what he did was wrong. He wanted to question what I was doing, he never cleared me,”.