Kyle Larson is one of those drivers who are expected to do great things next season and the seasons ahead. Some are already asking the question of how long Larson will be part of the NASCAR scene, and when he intends to retire. In a conversation with Kenny Wallace, Larson resolved certain dilemmas. Although fans hope that Larson will still be racing when he is 40, his plans are clearly different.
“I don’t see myself going to 40,” Kyle Larson told Kenny Wallace, as quoted by racingnews.co
“But, that’s not me retiring from racing. A lot of these drivers, I don’t think they meant to be done at 42, I think they kinda got pushed out of the sport a little bit with young drivers coming up that could be paid a lot less than what they’re making.”
Kyle Larson and his goals for the future
Kyle Larson talked about what he wants to do while he's still racing really well. He said if he keeps racing for 7-8 more years, he can make a lot of money and set himself up for the future. Larson hopes to win championships in big dirt races and also in a series called High Limit, which he's involved in. He wants to win championships in other racing series while he's still young and performing at his best.
Kyle Larson mentioned that he's been racing for a while, and now, what matters most to him is achieving important goals while he still has the opportunity and is near his best performance level.
The future will best show what awaits Kyle Larson, but looking at his qualities, no one doubts that he will give his best in the coming seasons, and potentially win the championship.