Kyle Larson on Wednesday signed a multi-year contract with Hendrick Motorsports after he was fired by Chip Ganassi Racing and suspended for greater than six months by NASCAR for utilizing a racial slur in April.

A six-time winner on the NASCAR Cup Collection, Larson had been certainly one of its hottest commodities till he was heard utilizing the slur whereas apparently testing his microphone for the iRacing competitors. He was instantly dropped by sponsors and his group.

He was reinstated earlier this month after he fulfilled the necessities set by NASCAR, which stated he had additionally taken a number of voluntary measures to coach himself.

“Humbled, honored and so grateful for this subsequent chapter in my life,” he tweeted on Wednesday with a photograph of him signing the contract.

Thanks Group Hendrick, stay up for nice issues on and off the observe!”

Underneath the phrases of his reinstatement, he can be cleared to return to all NASCAR racing actions on January 1, 2021.

Throughout his suspension, Larson hung out racing dash automobiles gathering 12 victories on the World of Outlaws tour, which required him to finish sensitivity coaching with a purpose to be cleared for competitors.

“Apologizing to your errors issues,” stated Larson in an essay printed Oct. four on his web site.

“Accountability issues. Forgiveness issues. Treating others with respect issues.

I cannot cease listening and studying, however for me now, it’s about motion — doing the best issues, being part of the answer and writing a brand new chapter that my kids can be proud to learn.”