Hendrick Motorsports is doing a great job again. Their great driver, Kyle Larson won the pole before the Daytona 500 this time as well and will have an advantage over the others at the start. He seems happy after all, but this time Larson wants to win “It’s really neat.
You’re always really proud of your team anytime you win a pole here because it has the littlest to do with us drivers,” Larson said, as quoted by motorsport “Just a huge thank you to the engine shop at Hendrick Motorsports; everybody who’s played a part in touching these vehicles, whether it be on the computer or hands-on.
What we said before, the main motive of Kyle Larson will be victory since he has not won the Daytona 500 since 2014. Larson is sure that he has the quality and what is needed, now everything is on him “It’s awesome, the speed in our Chevy.
I believe it’s the beginning of a really good weekend”. “To have it on the pole at the Daytona 500 is really special,” Larson said. “It would be even more special to win the Duels tomorrow and go on to Sunday and win the 500”.
Bowman congratulates Kyle Larson
Bowman decided to congratulate Kyle Larson on winning the pole position. He also believes he and his team deserve credit “I’ve come down here not locked in, qualifying poorly and having to race our way in,” he said.
“It says so much about Hendrick Motorsports." "Congrats to (Larson) for getting the pole. It’s cool to have the record but I feel it should be (crew chief) Greg Ives and my race team should be the ones to get the credit for that record because the driver doesn’t really have much to do with it.
“Glad I didn’t mess it up for them. Kyle Larson is a great driver and we have no doubt he will do his best