Kyle Larson is usually one of the top three drivers to beat each weekend at NASCAR Cup Series races.
In addition to his consistently fast No. 42 Chevrolet, the 25-year-old is incredibly talented, so he’s a threat no matter where he’s racing. He’ll race anyone in anything on wheels on several different types of tracks, calling himself “the last true racer” earlier in the season.
He had an impressively hot streak this summer, winning three races in three days – including the June race at Michigan International Speedway. (He also won the second race at Michigan this summer in stunning fashion.)
So it completely fair to ask him about his record number of races and wins in a certain period of time. While a guest on NBC, Larson tried to remember the highest number of races he’s run in a single week.
“I think in 2012, I ran 28 races in June, so I probably ran 12 or 13 in a row, at least,” Larson…