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Kyle Larson loves to race in any series, any time. Larson is now one of the top drivers in NASCAR, but that still doesn’t keep him from competing in various races throughout the week across the country.

Larson made an appearance on NBC Sports Network’s NASCAR America, and he was asked what the highest number of races he’s competed in during one week. He couldn’t exactly remember how many in a week, but he recalled racing in at least 28 races during the month of June in 2012.

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Larson estimated that he ran 12 to 13 races in a row during that stretch. He even raced three times in one night.

He said racing so many different cars helped him become a more versatile driver, and he has been one of the top drivers in the sport this season. He currently has four wins on the year, and he has already qualified for the next round of the Cup Series playoffs.

Kyle Larson had an absurd answer when asked how many times he’s raced in a week Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Cole Frederick About the author:
Cole Frederick is from a small town in Alabama, and he graduated from the University of Mississippi with a degree in journalism. He loves all sports - especially football and basketball - and quotes The Office frequently.
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