“NASCAR Coverup” Speculated as Hendrick Motorsports Reveals the Real Truth Behind Kyle Larson’s Horrible Failure

It’s hard to believe that someone like Kyle Larson, who has the talent, caliber, experience and record in road courses he does, would lose control of his car and make a mistake that wrecked Ty Dillon during the Cup race at Indianapolis. There must have been some kind of parts or mechanical failure of the car.



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But that wasn’t the case. Because Hendrick Motorsports confirmed that Larson’s #5 Camaro had no mechanical failure whatsoever, ruling out even the speculated brake failure, throttle failure or the sticking of one of the two pedals.

In fact, the whole thing was blamed on the driver’s fault.

“Kyle got too deep into the braking zone and got out of shape,” Hendrick Motorsports told reporter Bob Pockrass about the incident.

But NASCAR fans didn’t buy it.

Because they smell something bigger, something of a cover, something of a conspiracy.

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NASCAR Analyst Also Believes Kyle Larson Had Mechanical Problems In His Car

On an episode of FOX Sports’ NASCAR RaceHub, analyst Larry McReynolds described that of all his time in the sport, from what he’s seen, only two factors could have led to what happened between Kyle Larson and Ty Dillon.

“When I saw this, I went, ‘What the hell just happened?’ Because in my experience there are only two things that can cause that.” said McReynolds.


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“And that’s losing the brakes or a stuck throttle.”

CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA – NOVEMBER 17: Kyle Larson driver of the #24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet waits in the garage during NASCAR Cup Series Next Gen testing at Charlotte Motor Speedway on November 17, 2021 in Concord, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

So it remains to be seen what will become of this situation as time goes on.


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NASCAR will be racing in Michigan this weekend, and you can expect Hendrick Motorsports and Kyle Larson in particular to be bombarded with questions about the incident.

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