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In Episode 4, we recap a busy NASCAR weekend that was at Las Vegas. Kyle Larson made it back-to-back winners for Hendrick Motorsports. With him taking the #5 car to victory lane, we both pay tribute to Ricky Hendrick and praise Larson for his hard work and humility as he continues to write his own comeback story. Then it’s on to news, notes and a preview of this week’s action at Phoenix Raceway. Get our analysis and picks for Instacart 500 DFS and betting. Also, remember to call 811 before you dig! Better listen to the show for context!
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Tribute to Ricky Hendrick
Kyle Larson earned his first win as a Hendrick Motorsports driver at Las Vegas last weekend. While Larson is writing one heck of a comeback story in his own right after being suspended and ultimately fired last season, this most recent win was bigger than him.
Larson is driving the #5 car for Hendrick this year. Of course, this was the same car and number that Ricky Hendrick made famous racing in what is now the NASCAR Xfinity Series. What’s more, in the age of sponsorships and advertising in sports (with NASCAR being no exception), Larson scored the win this past week in the very same powder blue with red and white trim paint scheme that Hendrick used to race with.
Add it all up and it was a pretty cool moment for Larson, Team Hendrick and NASCAR fans alike. While looking back on Larson’s victory, we decided to pay our own respects to the late Ricky Hendrick on this week’s episode of Burnt Rubber Racing. Visit the FlurrySports YouTube channel to check out the video version of our gesture.