Larson wins his seventh Tuesday night Chili Bowl Nationals Main in the past decade

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

NASCAR Cup Series driver and the defending Chili Bowl Nationals winner Kyle Larson has won on the second night of the event. Larson won the Warren CAT Night II A-Main at the Tulsa Expo Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Larson was able to recover after being hit early in the night. He sustained damage in a collision with Tanner Thorson.

NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Larson in the pits with his team before the Auto Club 400
Kyle Larson in the pits with his team before the Auto Club 400 (Photo by Kyle Larson/Instagram)

Despite the incident, he started the A-Main in the 2nd position. The Kyle Larson, King, MAVTV, JV1 Group, Durst, Tarlton & Sons Inc., and Sheesh! the sponsored driver was able to work his magic to make his way to the top of the field.

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Larson finished first in his Heat 8th race and the second qualifier race. In addition, he has won seven of the last 10 Tuesday night features.

Fellow California native Thomas Meseraull was able to finish second in his 7x entry. The RMS, LLC, Spike, Speedway Toyota, Evirofab, Response Management Services, Guess Performance, and Hoosier Tire sponsored driver began the A-Main in the first place.

He also won Heat 3 and Qualifier 3 to get the opportunity to start the A-Main in the top position.

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Zach Daum was the third-place finisher in his 5D entry. He improved four positions, as he began the A-Main in the seventh position.

The Illinois native — Daum Motorsports, Eagle, and Toyota sponsored driver — finished second in the first qualifying race of the night. In addition, he was first in the heat 4 race.

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