The race was for fun and not part of NASCAR’s live events that have been replacing canceled races, but when sponsors like McDonalds, Credit One Bank and Chevrolet dropped support, the team was forced to cut ties with Larson after initially suspending him. Larson, who was positioned to enter free agency after the season (whenever racing resumes), posted an apology on his social media accounts.
Statement regarding Kyle Larson: pic.twitter.com/5Q06Dhst8V
— Chip Ganassi Racing (@CGRTeams) April 14, 2020
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