Kyle Larson had an eventful day after Christmas down in New Zealand. The Chip Ganassi Racing driver, as well as Christopher Bell, began a series of midget and sprint car races with Day 1 of the United Truck Parts International Midget Series at Western Springs Speedway. Larson finished second in the third heat race and won the fifth heat race and the first United States vs New Zealand vs Australia Test Race. But both Larson and Bell’s night ended before they got a chance to compete in the midget feature race. Larson lost control and flipped multiple times with two laps left in another of the Test Races. Larson had to lay on the ground after the incident, but his team announced on Twitter that he was OK. Massive flip by @KyleLarsonRacin at @SpringsSpeedway pic.twitter.com/216CFE1IJR — Speed Shift TV 🎥🏁 (@SpeedShiftTV) December 26, 2019 After a hard wreck in the International Teams races, @KyleLarsonRacin is okay but done racing for the night at @SpringsSpeedway. — Kyle Larson Racing (@KLRteam) December 26, 2019 Had a bit of a tumble last night. Feeling surprisingly not too bad. That’s a huge thanks to @AraiAmericas, @SimpsonRacing Hybrid Pro and seat belts, @BUTLERBuilt, @Justin_insley King… Read full this story
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