Kyle Larson Racing began as Larson Marks Racing when entrepreneur and race car driver Justin Marks, along with NASCAR driver Kyle Larson discovered they both had a passion for the sport of Winged Sprint Car racing. Combining their business sense with their desire to be involved with The Greatest Show on Dirt, the duo formed Larson Marks Racing in 2013. During their first four seasons, the team and driver Shane Stewart tallied 35 wins, over 130 top-fives and over 200 top-10 finishes. In 2018, Larson took over full ownership of the team, forming Kyle Larson Racing. In his final season piloting the KLR No. 2, Stewart earned one win, 19 top-fives and 48 top-10 scores en route to finishing fifth in the championship point standings. In 2019, Carson Macedo took over driving duties and the team was victorious four times with 18 top-five finishes and 46 top-10 scores, earning a sixth-place finish in the championship, as well as Rookie of the Year honors. Late in 2019, Larson added a Midget to the KLR stables which he piloted to seven wins in eight races before kicking off 2020 by winning the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals.