Kyle Larson will be driving a backup car for the Go Bowling 400 at Kansas Speedway.
Larson said, “I felt like I was going to crash every lap since we unloaded today, We only made like seven laps the 1st practice because I was spinning out every time. They made some big adjustments there between practices, but I actually thought my Turns 1 and 2 was better because as I run my Turn 3 and 4 has been my worst corner. I just tried to open my entry up a little bit in Turn 1 and it stepped out on me, I felt before I ever got to the corner, and I mean I didn’t have really time to chase it. I feel bad that I wrecked a primary car."
Larson, who was 7th fastest in the opening practice, comes into the weekend with four consecutive runner-up finishes on 1.5-mile tracks dating back to the 2016 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.