KYLE BUSCH RUMORS & GOSSIP
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – The No. 54 Monster Energy team and Kyle Busch travel to the ‘Motor City’ this Saturday, to attempt their seventh win of the season at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, competing in the Alliance Truck Parts 250. Busch will make his 11th NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) start piloting the black Toyota Camry this year with Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR)...
The NASCAR community was saddened when word came out that NASCAR driver, Jason Leffler had passed away due to injuries he sustained during a Sprint car race on Wednesday evening at Bridgeport Speedway in New Jersey. Below are some of the reactions on Twitter from NASCAR drivers when they heard the sad news of Leffler’s passing. [...]
During the 19th century, the Irish Hills area of Michigan – located near U.S. 12, approximately halfway between Detroit and Chicago – was a well-known stopping point during the five-day stagecoach trip between the two large Midwest cities.
At the turn of the century, the Irish Hills turned into an enjoyable tourist destination with its plush, green landscape and more than 30...
Kurt Busch came back from a pit road glitch to post a solid seventh-place finish in Sunday’s Party at the Poconos 400 Sprint Cup Series race.
It was the fifth top-10 of the season for Busch, who gained two spots in the driver point standings – from 17th to 15th. He is only 21 points out of 10th with 12 races remaining before the Chase begins.
Since taking over the Furniture...
As a winner of 26 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races thus far in his young career, Kyle Busch certainly knows how to throw a party, particularly in victory lane.
One track where he hasn’t celebrated as a Sprint Cup winner with confetti, champagne and, of course, milk chocolate M&M’s is Pocono (Pa.) Raceway, the site of Sunday’s appropriately named Party in the Poconos 400....
Although Kyle Busch did win the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Friday, I think what you saw in his postrace interview Sunday after the Sprint Cup race at Dover was a culmination of having a winning race car on Saturday and a winning race car on Sunday, but neither went to Victory Lane.
Now, Saturday in the Nationwide race, he was instrumental in making some of the pit decisions...
Kyle Busch pulled away in the final laps to win the NASCAR Truck Series race Friday at Dover International Speedway.
Busch won in the series for the second straight race following his victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Matt Crafton was second and Ryan Blaney third. Chase Elliott and Brendan Gaughan rounded out the top five.
At 19 years old, Darrell Wallace became the youngest...
Via AP on Fox
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Kyle Busch's quest to sweep the three point races of Charlotte Speedweeks came to an abrupt end on Sunday night when his car blew up on Lap 258.
Although Busch won both the Camping World Truck and Nationwide series races, he was denied a Coca-Cola 600 win. Busch was running third at the time when an issue developed in his engine.
"Dropped a valve," Busch said. "...
EYE IN THE SKY
A fiber rope from FOX’s overhead camera snapped during Sunday’s running of the Coca-Cola 600. The unusual event caused extensive damage to the No. 18 car of Kyle Busch who had been leading the race. Marcos Ambrose also ran over the rope and managed to wad it up underneath his car. While under Ambrose’s car the rope severed a brake line. Other cars who received damage including...
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On the 104th lap at Kansas Speedway, Kyle Busch's car crashed into that of Joey Logano with such force that it actually lifted the two front tires of Logano's car off the ground completely.