Now You Can Own A House Exclusively Made For Kyle Larson As He Lists His North Carolina Beach House For Sale

Published 05/07/2020, 10:14 AM EDT


Former NASCAR driver Kyle Larson is selling his brand new New Carolina house. The former Chip Ganassi driver got the ax after using the N-word during an iRacing event.

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A Reddit user by the name ‘Sportsguy_44_45_’ reveals his discovery. The disgraced driver has put up his house for sale on Zillow. The newly constructed house was built this year only for the driver in a prime NC location. However, his untasteful comment during the iRacing event spoiled his plans.

The luxurious house comes with 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. Other amenities include a swimming pool, fireplace, outdoor kitchen, and a beach view. The website prices the house at a whopping $5 million.

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The advertisement was posted a few days back and it says, “Timeless NEW waterfront estate located in one of LKN’s most prestigious communities w/300ft+ of shoreline”

Kyle Larson’s NEW house is now for sale from NASCAR

Kyle Larson got the ax soon after the iRacing incident

He was caught saying the n-word during an eNASCAR game. Chip Ganassi Racing’s driver Kyle Larson said the explicit slur while competing in an iRacing event. In the event, he lost communication on his headset and during the microphone check, Larson could be heard saying the slur. “You can’t hear me?” “Hey, N-word,” he said on the live stream.
Soon after, Chip Ganassi Racing made a statement condemning the driver’s action and fired him a few days later. Additionally, he receives punishments for violating the NASCAR community guidelines. And had to do a compulsory sensitivity seminar.
He issued an apology on Twitter saying he was sorry.
He said, “especially (for) the African American community” and “understands the damage is probably unrepairable.”
Read More: Is This The End of Road For Kyle Larson in NASCAR?The NASCAR will start up again for a 400-mile (643km) race on Sunday, May 17 at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. However they won’t be allowing fans at the track.

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Mrinal Kuniyal

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Mrinal Kuniyal has been a contributor to EssentiallSports since early 2020 and has focused on Formula 1, NASCAR, and IndyCar. He's a management graduate and his areas of interest include motorsports, marketing, and music.

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