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Tough loss “still hasn’t really sunk in yet” for Larson

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As the dust started to clear at Tulsa Expo Speedway and Christopher Bell finished his post-Chili Bowl Nationals celebration with his winning Keith Kunz Motorsports team, Kyle Larson was back in the pits signing autographs.

Larson, who started from the pole for the 32nd-running for the holy grail of midget racing, was already in his street clothes after his midget blew up on Lap 42 with 13 circuits remaining in the race.

Despite his disappointment, Larson hadn’t lost his sense of humor.

“It’s tough to blow up,” Larson told “It always is. I kind of dealt with it a few months ago. So I’m kind of used to it now.”

Coming off of his best season with Chip Ganassi Racing in NASCAR’s Monster Energy Cup Series, Larson won a career-high four times during the regular season and remained in the…

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