Kyle Larson on the lows of life: During the season, it’s always hard to find someone to root a team on.

NASCAR champion Kyle Larson experiences the lowest-lows and the highest-highs of life. For the past four years, he’s been battling against the elements and dealing with the fact that his racing career will never be a thing of beauty.

Larson knows being bad is part of what makes him such a fan favorite to begin with. In his book “Lolo,” he writes about the high of winning the Daytona 500 and being a NASCAR Champion. He later talks about the lows and the best of life. Through his various stories, Larson explains why being a bad person is an integral part of what makes a great person. In the end, he also admits being human. He says that no matter how low he’s been, he’s also been low for a lot of the great moments of his life.

Kyle Larson on the lows of life:

“The truth is that life can be frustrating and even depressing. It can be hard to make friends. It can be hard to get by. It can be hard to get ahead. And it can be hardest to get over the low parts of life. But it also has to be part of who you are. I know that when these things hit me, I try to find humor. I laugh, I joke, and I remember that what I had seen in the past isn’t the end of the world. And at the same time, I know that there is a reason why the truth hurts sometimes. In the end, I find that the best thing about life is being human and living it.”

Larson goes on to say that life is what you make it. He says, “But sometimes I can’t believe that I have lived a life like that because that’s the kind of person I want to be. I always have to remind myself how special I am.”

During the season, it’s always hard to find someone to root a team on. Especially for new sponsors finding

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