NASCAR's "Last True Racer" won three races in three days


Kyle Larson, who considers himself the last true racer in NASCAR, continued his dominant driving during the week after winning at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday.

Larson won the Ohio Sprint Speedweek race at Wayne County Speedway on Monday, and he won another Ohio Sprint Speedweek race at Sharon Speedway on Tuesday.


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Larson competed as a part of Tony Stewart's Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions. Stewart is a fan of Larson, and he even wants the young star to join Stewart-Haas Racing in the future.

Larson is only 24, but he is currently in first place in the NASCAR Cup Series standings after picking up his second win of the season at Michigan.

Only Jimmie Johnson has three wins this season, but Larson will look to tie him this Sunday at Sonoma.


(h/t CBS Sports)