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How many races can a driver miss on a championship run?

First of all, I’d like to express congratulations to Kyle Busch on his 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. Earlier this season when Busch was granted his waiver to attempt to race his way into the 16-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup field, I was skeptical as to whether no Busch should have received such [...]

Cup Champ Busch to Have Offseason Surgery

From hospital bed to Sprint Cup Champ back to hospital bed. Kyle Busch, just days after winning the Sprint Cup championship by triumphing in the winner-take-all finale at Homestead, announced that he would undergo another set of surgeries...Show More Summary

Faceoff: What Kind of Champ Will Kyle Busch Be?

After the dust cleared at Homestead, Kyle Busch was the last man standing as Sprint Cup champ. What kind of champion will Busch be, and how will his championship be remembered down the road? Aaron Bearden, Assistant Editor: Busch’s injury and fatherhood has molded him into a mature, respectful man. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch to Scale Back in XFINITY Series in 2016

The NASCAR XFINTIY Series’ winningest driver will have a different schedule come 2016. Kyle Busch will return to NASCAR’s second-tier division next year, but running approximately half the races. Losing Monster Energy, which has been...Show More Summary

NASCAR Mailbox: Debris Cautions & NASCAR’s Youth Movement

Kyle Busch is your 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion. Who would have thought that would be the case after Daytona in February? I was in attendance for the XFINITY Series race in Daytona and never would have thought Busch would have battled back from that incident to win the championship. Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Top 15 After Homestead

And that’s a wrap for the 2015 season. Kyle Busch made potentially the most amazing comeback in NASCAR history. After missing the first 11 races, Busch grabbed four consecutive checkered flags and earned enough points to make himself Chase eligible. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Injury: Updates on NASCAR Star's Leg, Foot and Recovery

NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch will undergo two surgeries on his legs this winter as he attempts to avoid complications in his recovery from his crash at Daytona International Speedway earlier this year. Continue for updates. Busch Has December Surgery Dates Tuesday, Nov. Show More Summary

Is Kyle Busch evolving into one of NASCAR’s most popular drivers?

Perhaps signifying Kyle Busch’s rise in popularity, an unusual reception -- at least by his standards -- greeted NASCAR’s newest champion Sunday night. As Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing celebrated on Homestead-Miami Speedway's frontstretch...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch crushed Stephen Colbert in a Pinewood Derby race

Stephen Colbert welcomed new NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch on The Late Show Monday and challenged the driver to a race on (...)

Jeff Gordon’s final race provides most watched NASCAR finale since 2005

It has been a while since NASCAR got to enjoy some good news when it came to viewership, but even a rain delay couldn’t keep a record number of people from watching Jeff Gordon compete in his final race and Kyle Busch win his first Sprint...Show More Summary

NASCAR Delivers Its Most-Watched Finale in 10 Years

NBC’s broadcast of Sunday’s final race of the NASCAR season was the sport’s most-watched season finale since 2005, the network announced. In addition to crowning Kyle Busch as the season champion, the race in Homestead, Fla., marked the end of...

Five Points to Ponder: NASCAR Championship Edition

ONE: Congrats, Champ It would be remiss of me not to start the last Five Points to Ponder of the 2015 season without a hat tip and hearty congratulations to the new champion Kyle Busch, who won a maiden title in what were trying circumstances. Show More Summary

Two-Headed Monster: Is Kyle Busch a Deserving Champion?

He did it. Somehow, Kyle Busch found a way to overcome a broken leg and foot, 11 missed races, his own snake-bitten history in the Chase and the struggles of newfound parenthood to claim his first-career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship, winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Show More Summary

Ranking the 10 Most Memorable Moments of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season

The NASCAR season came to an end with Kyle Busch’s incredibly spirited run to the Sprint Cup. And over the course of 36 weeks of racing, it’s a challenge to boil down any season to 10 big moments. This season was no different. And you...Show More Summary

NASCAR at Homestead 2015: Winners and Losers from the 2015 NASCAR Season

Kyle Busch won the Ford EcoBoost 400 and the Sprint Cup championship with an ice-water-in-the-veins performance at Homestead to close out the NASCAR season. He came back from a broken foot and a broken leg, missed 11 races and made it...Show More Summary

Stop saying Kyle Busch isn't a legitimate NASCAR Sprint Cup champion

Kyle Busch emerged from NASCAR’s season finale as the new Sprint Cup champion, winning at Homestead-Miami Speedway to beat out Kevin (...)

Kyle Busch Ready to Chase Greatness After 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Title

No one has ever doubted that Kyle Busch is good. Even his detractors concede that. His fans? They were waiting for Busch to be great. It's a matter of opinion, greatness, and the standards vary, but what he did at Homestead-Miami Speedway Sunday night had the stamp of greatness affixed. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch's victory unites families, caps a year of pain and triumph

HOMESTEAD, Fla. — As Kyle Busch ran the most important laps of his life, wheeling his No. 18 through turn after turn after turn, the most important people in his life gathered in his pit box, watching and waiting and praying. Gaye Busch,...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch wins 2015 Cup title as Jeff Gordon's final try comes up short

Your browser does not support iframes. HOMESTEAD, Fla – Days before the Sprint Cup Series finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Kyle Busch said he'd dreamed of beating childhood hero Jeff Gordon to win the title. The dream came true Sunday as Busch won his first Sprint Cup championship, outracing Gordon, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch won the Sprint Cup championship and his son tried to eat the microphone

Brexton Busch, our favorite child of a NASCAR driver, got hungry after all of the celebrations for his dad’s first Sprint Cup (...)

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