“I Love North Carolina…But…” – Kyle Larson Reveals Why he Dished $5.6 Million on an Arizona Mansion

Kyle Larson is a native of California, and he has a house in various parts of the country. This includes the states of North Carolina and Arizona. Recently, Larson spoke to David Gravel on his podcast and answered various questions from fans. One particular question was about why he chose to buy a house in Arizona. Of course, the Hendrick Motorsports star and 2021 Cup Series champion was only too happy to oblige an answer.

I mentioned in the podcast, “We obviously come here [in Arizona] for NASCAR stuff twice a year. I just love it! The golf is amazing, I just golfed earlier today. The weather is always good. They’re just lots of things to do. We’re a little closer to home for both of us. Katelyn’s parents and my parents, they both drove here for Christmas. So we’re closer, but not too close. It’s just kind of a way to get away from racing in a sense. We’ve been here since the season ended at Phoenix, for the Cup season. It’s gone by way faster than I thought it would, this off-season.”

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Obviously, the #5 driver was delighted to live in his Arizona home. This was because there were plenty of positives to take from it. First and foremost, a lot of amenities were closer than ever, and his children had a lot of time to explore new interests. As for Larson himself, he just wanted a place where he could just get away from it all.

I continued, “It’s been a lot of fun, there’s an ice skating rink. Everything is like 10-15 minutes away, so the kids have been ice skating. They want to play hockey. Owen, I put him into wrestling, so he’s had some wrestling camps, baseball camps. I got him signed up for flag football, Audrey’s doing gymnastics. Maybe you can get some things that are 15 minutes away from you [in North Carolina]. Most of the time, you’re 30-35 minutes to what you want to go do. I love North Carolina. We still have our place there too, but I wanted to go somewhere and feel like I’m having an off-season.”

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Now, Larson will be looking ahead to the upcoming 2023 NASCAR season. Admittedly, he did not do a particularly great job at defending his 2021 crown. So, now will be the time for redemption for the Hendrick Motorsports star.

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