DETROIT -- Toyota brought in NASCAR drivers Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin to promote its new Camry, which debuted at the North American International Auto Show. That gave us an opportunity to ask them about the biggest thing going in the Dallas area this week: The Cowboys, who host the Packers in the NFL postseason's divisional round Sunday. Show More Summary
Sure, it’s just a plastic truck, but one son of a NASCAR driver is already showing promise. Or whatever it is that you would take from (...)
By AMANDA VINCENT On Wednesday, Kyle Busch Motorsports announced its crew chief line-up for 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition, including the addition of Marcus Richmond to head up the No. 18 team of driver Noah Gragson. Richmond is a Truck Series veteran crew chief. Last season, he started the year with GMS Racing [...]
The primary topic of conversion on the “Trading Paint” show Tuesday on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio was a contemplation of which current Joe Gibbs Racing Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver (Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Denny Hamlin or Matt Kenseth) would be out at 2017 season’s end to make way for Erik Jones. Jones is a [...]
Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth all came up short in the quest for the 2016 title. (Getty) Did you know we’re closer to the start of the 2017 Daytona 500 than we are to when the Chase began at Chicago in September? Crazy. Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch Motorsports has signed Myatt Snider to round out the driver roster for its No. 51 Toyota in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition for 2017. Snider will be one of four drivers to share driving duties of the No. 51 next year, joining owner Kyle Busch, Todd Gilliland and Harrison [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch Motorsports announced on Thursday its third driver to share driving duties of the No. 51 Toyota in 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition. Harrison Burton will join Todd Gilliland and owner Kyle Busch by driving the truck in six races next season. Like Gilliland, Burton is only 16 years [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT Todd Gilliland, the 2016 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion, has signed on to drive the No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota in four NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races in 2017 — the June 17 race at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Ill.; the Sept. 3 road-course race a Canadian Tire Motorsports Park in Bowmanville, [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch plans to compete as a driver in five NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races in 2017, according to an announcement from his Kyle Busch Motorsports team Tuesday, detailing his 2017 series schedule. Busch is allowed to make up to seven starts in the series next year, based on a new [...]
By AMANDA VINCENT Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series racing brothers Kurt and Kyle Busch will team up for the 2017 Race of Champions, scheduled for Jan. 21 and 22 ant Marlins Park in Miami. They will be among a star-studded field that includes Juan Pablo Montoya, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Alexander Rossi, Scott Speed,Travis Pastrana, Sebastian Vettel, Jenson Button, [...]
An hour before the start of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, the cars of three of the four championship drivers had yet to pass technical inspection. The No. 18 team of Kyle Busch was the only one on the grid, and NBC Sports Network said the other cars failed three different times. Read more...
Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards may be championship rivals, but they’re also teammates who work closely together. As Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards sat next to one another on the dais on Friday at Homestead-Miami Speedway, cracking jokes and...Show More Summary
The four drivers who will vie for NASCAR's Sprint Cup championship got off to sluggish starts in qualifying Friday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Kyle Busch was the only one of the Championship 4 to post a lap among the top 10. Carl Edwards was just behind his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate in 10th. Kevin...
Busch’s ninth-place qualifying effort was tops among the four championship contenders. Defending Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch was the fastest of the four remaining title contenders in qualifying Friday for the Chase for the SprintShow More Summary
Kyle Busch will lead the Chase drivers at Homestead. (Getty Images) HOMESTEAD, Fla.—When the final race of the 2016 Sprint Cup season begins, the four drivers in the hunt for a championship will have a long distance to go to get to the front of the pack. Show More Summary
Joey Logano, Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch were all in a good mood Thursday. (Getty) MIAMI BEACH — The four drivers racing for the 2016 Sprint Cup Series title are enjoying each other’s company. So far, anyway. The media...Show More Summary
A drama-filled afternoon saw Matt Kenseth crash himself out of NASCAR’s playoffs, and Joey Logano and Kyle Busch clinch berths in the championship final. The idea behind the knockout Chase for the Sprint Cup format is instill the kind...Show More Summary
What an unpredictable, wild finish. Joining Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano and Kyle Busch found themselves heading into the Championship 4 of the Sprint Cup after the two drivers edged out their competition with solid performances...Show More Summary
The dance card for the 2016 NASCAR Chase title is now complete. Joey Logano and Kyle Busch will join Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards as the last men standing in a winner-take-all format at Homestead this coming Sunday. If none of the Chase finalists wins, then the driver with the highest finish...
Joey Logano and Kyle Busch clinch the final two spots in the Chase championship round, joining Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards. A wild and drama-filled final laps saw Matt Kenseth crash and lose a chance at a championship, while Joey...Show More Summary