Kyle Larson started falling off the pace on lap 16 of the scheduled 200 lap race at Fontana. He brought his #5 Cheverolet down pit road under green for the team to assess the issue. After narrowing it down to an electrical issue he pulled his car behind the wall. The team worked swiftly to get their driver back on track, but today’s favorite is far off the pace.
What You Need To Know:
- Larson’s hopes for a 3rd Fontana win on the 2-mile fade early
- Larson is currently 16 laps off the pace running in 36th
- Aside from Larson’s engine issues, Hendrick cars have been running well
Daily Downforce will continue to update this story as it progresses.
In The Stands
Some fans are wondering if yesterday’s weather had an effect on the electrical issues
Fans of the #5 are disappointed with the luck today’s favorite.
Some descriptive comments on the looks of Larsons car.
From The Pressbox
Content Creator Brock Beard got close up pictures of the #5 crew at work to get Larson back on track.
Bob Pockrass gets news of Larson back in the race, but 15 laps down.
Eric shares his thoughts on the problems for one of today’s favorites.