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  • At the Advance Auto Parts Clash, he was wrecked on the last lap by Kyle Larson; this was the seventh year in a row he failed to finish the Clash.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • Later in the month, it was announced that Kyle Larson will join the team in 2021 as the driver of the No. 5 car, discontinuing the use of the No. 88 in the Cup Series by Hendrick Motorsports.Hendrick Motorsports-Wikipedia
  • Johnson scored his third win of the season at Dover in June after beating Kyle Larson in an overtime finish.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • At Martinsville, he led 79 laps and was leading with ten laps to go when a caution came out for a wreck between Kyle Larson and Marcos Ambrose.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • After running second to teammate Matt Kenseth for most of the race, Busch and Kyle Larson collided while entering pit road, spinning Larson and eliminating both from contention for the race win.Kyle Busch-Wikipedia
  • Two weeks later at Richmond, Bowyer tried to move to the lead on lap 1 but tapped pole-sitter Kyle Larson which forced Larson to drive from 43rd for a recovery.Clint Bowyer-Wikipedia
  • A third win came in the final race of the regular season at Richmond, a race that he started on the pole and won after holding off Truex and Kyle Larson.Denny Hamlin-Wikipedia
  • The following week at Michigan, he made contact with Kyle Larson on pit road, but through hard work from his pit crew, was able to lead four laps and salvage a 5th-place finish.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • On the final restart, Stewart and Busch battled for the win, only to be passed up by Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson.Tony Stewart-Wikipedia
  • Coming to California, four in a row would not work for Harvick, as he was involved in a wreck with Kyle Larson early in the race, and would finish 35th place, nine laps down.Kevin Harvick-Wikipedia
  • With 10 laps remaining, Kenseth was having a hard time holding off Kyle Larson.Matt Kenseth-Wikipedia
  • On the final restart with eleven laps to go, Harvick was issued a speeding penalty and sent to the rear and enabling Keselowski to start on the front row alongside Kyle Larson.Brad Keselowski-Wikipedia
  • On the final restart, he passed Kyle Larson, winning the race and his seventh championship, tying Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for the most all-time of championships.Jimmie Johnson-Wikipedia
  • The NASCAR program has fielded full-time entries for notable drivers including Kyle Petty, Joe Nemechek, Sterling Marlin, Jimmy Spencer, Juan Pablo Montoya, Jamie McMurray, and Kyle Larson.Chip Ganassi Racing-Wikipedia
  • McDonald's moved to CGR's No. 42 of Kyle Larson, whom the company sponsored until his suspension in 2020, and also had a one-race partnership with Richard Petty Motorsports' No. 43 Chevrolet driven by Bubba Wallace in 2019 and 2020.McDonald's-Wikipedia
  • Newman elected to stay out and held off Kyle Larson to claim the win.Ryan Newman (racing driver)-Wikipedia
  • During the Sprint Unlimited after starting 4th, running in the top ten for the first few laps and leading a few laps, Keselowski wrecked after slight contact from fellow driver Kyle Larson.Brad Keselowski-Wikipedia
  • At Michigan, Hamlin finished 4th after a tense battle with Kyle Larson on the final restart.Denny Hamlin-Wikipedia
  • A week later, Busch went on to win his first Daytona 500 in his long career, passing Kyle Larson on the last lap.Stewart-Haas Racing-Wikipedia
  • A week later, Busch won the Daytona 500, passing Kyle Larson on the last lap.Kurt Busch-Wikipedia
  • He would be replaced by Kyle Larson.Juan Pablo Montoya-Wikipedia
  • when Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson battled for the lead on the final lap.Dale Earnhardt Jr.-Wikipedia
  • Kyle Larson won the race after beating Martin Truex Jr. in overtime, but on the final lap, Hamlin attempted to pass Truex for 2nd and slid his tires, collecting Truex and putting him into the outside wall.Denny Hamlin-Wikipedia
  • On April 27, 2020, Kenseth was announced as the replacement for Kyle Larson in the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing for the remainder of the season after Larson was released for using a racial slur at an iRacing event two weeks prior.Matt Kenseth-Wikipedia

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