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Kyle Busch said it 'sucks' he hit a rabbit because he's a huge Bugs Bunny fan

A jackrabbit crossed Kyle Busch’s path during practice, meeting an unfavorable outcome. Kyle Busch struck a wayward jackrabbit that darted onto the track and in the path of his No. 18 Toyota during practice Friday at Sonoma Raceway. The incident occurred in the second of two practice sessions, with Busch in the midst of a mock qualifying lap. Show More Summary

Happy Hour: Winners, punches, and road racing in your neighborhood

It's time for Happy Hour. As always, tweet us your thoughts or shoot us an email at happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com if you want to participate. Sonoma is one of our favorite races of the year; will the pattern that Kyle Busch broke last season...Show More Summary

2-Headed Monster: Car or Driver – Which Propelled Sam Hornish to Victory Lane in Iowa?

Trivia time: who won the ninth XFINITY race for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2016? No, it’s not Kyle Busch. Not Erik Jones. No to Denny Hamlin and it wasn’t Daniel Suarez. How about the one-off, hasn’t-raced-since-November Sam Hornish Jr.? That’s the one. Show More Summary

Thinkin’ Out Loud – Aero Packages, Winners, Losers and Charters for the Second Off Week of the Season

Who’s in the headline – In a world where “winning is everything,” Kyle Busch is the name in bold at the top of the charts with three victories in 2016. If points are your thing, then it is Kevin Harvick who has set himself above the rest. Show More Summary

William Byron wins in Iowa

Kyle Busch Motorsports phenom driver William Byron may be a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rookie, but he continued his 2016 campaign of not performing like one Saturday night with his victory in the Speediatrics 200 at Iowa Speedway in Newton. He led 107 laps of the 200-lap race en route to his second-consecutive win and [...]

2-Headed Monster: Could Chase Elliott Win the Sprint Cup in His Rookie Year?

Chase Elliott racked up yet another top 5 on this past Sunday. That’s a statement you’d expect to hear about Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch or Joey Logano. Perhaps Martin Truex Jr. even. But a rookie like Elliott? Not even the most bullish Hendrick Motorsports fan would have expected to say that this early in the season. After …

Kyle Busch Blows Engine Early in Michigan

Circling lap 54 during Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway, the day was done for Kyle Busch, who suffered a fire-breathing engine failure down the backstretch. Shortly following a lap-51 restart, Busch’s Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota appeared to break loose in turn two before losing a number of positions. Show More Summary

Daniel Suarez gets first win by passing Kyle Busch

Daniel Suarez has his first NASCAR win. The Mexican-born driver passed teammate Kyle Busch over the final three miles of Saturday's Xfinity Series race at Michigan to become the first Mexican driver to win a race in NASCAR's top three...Show More Summary

Suarez becomes 1st Mexican to win NASCAR national race

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) — Daniel Suarez became the first Mexican-born driver to win a NASCAR national race, passing Kyle Busch and holding off one of the sport’s big stars at the Xfinity Series race at Michigan. “To be able to be an example to bring more people is great,” said Suarez, who moved to the […]

NASCAR Xfinity Series at Michigan 2016 Results: Winner, Standings and Reaction

Daniel Suarez won the first NASCAR Xfinity Series race of his career Saturday, passing Kyle Busch on the second-to-last lap to take the checkered flag in the Menards 250 at Michigan International Speedway. Busch led 88 of 125 laps and...Show More Summary

Edwards, Busch Lead Second Michigan Cup Practice for Joe Gibbs Racing

Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch led the way as teams attempted to dial their race setups in during Saturday’s second NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice at Michigan International Raceway. Edwards’ 197.770 mph circuit proved the fastest on the session, with Busch following in second with a 197.737 mph lap. Show More Summary

Joe Gibbs Racing Sweeps XFINITY Series Practice Sessions at Pocono

For the first time in XFINITY Series history, race cars logged laps on Pocono Raceway. Joe Gibbs Racing led the way, topping the charts in both practice sessions on Thursday. Practice One:  Defending Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch led...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Motorsports Appeal: Penalty Upheld On Daniel Suarez

The National Motorsports Appeals Panel upheld a penalty to a NASCAR team, a trend that has been more the norm than the exception this season. Kyle Busch Motorsports appealed and lost a contest regarding its No. 51 Camping World Truck Series team and a penalty it received following the Dover race weekend last month. Show More Summary

Tracking the Trucks: 2016 North Carolina Education Lottery 200

In a Nutshell: Matt Crafton overcame an early pit road issue to win the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 by 5.748 seconds over Kyle Busch.  It’s Crafton’s second win of 2016, the 13th of his career and second in a row after his Dover victory last weekend. Show More Summary

Eyes on XFINITY: JR Motorsports on the Rise?

In recent weeks, a stronger sense of parity appears to be emerging in the XFINITY Series. Thanks to Kyle Busch spending a few weeks away from NASCAR’s second-tier division, some new faces have had the opportunity to reach victory lane. ...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Motorsports penalized after Dover

According to a penalty announcement from NASCAR on Wednesday, the No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series was penalized after failing post-race inspection at Dover (Del.) International Speedway on Friday night after the JACOB Companies 200. Crew chief Kevin “Bono” Manion was fined $6,000 and placed on probation through [...]

Kyle Busch gets new car number for All-Star Race

The No. 18 car will switch to No. 75 for one race only. Drivers utilizing commemorative paint schemes in NASCAR's All-Star Race is a common practice, but Kyle Busch is going in a different direction for Saturday's non-points event at...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Adds SiriusXM Sponsorship for Charlotte Truck Race

When Kyle Busch competes in Friday’s Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, he will have new sponsor SiriusXM across the hood. This is the first of a six-race partnership for the satellite radio company with Kyle Busch Motorsports. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Dover 2016: Start Time, Ticket Info, Lineup, TV Schedule and More

Kyle Busch sits back on top of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series going into Sunday's AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway. Busch led 69 laps last week in Kansas City after starting sixth, stealing a victory to nab checkered flag No. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch changes number for All-Star Race

By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers/teams rolling out special paint schemes for the yearly Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but for this year’s exhibition event, scheduled for May 21, reigning Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch and his No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team are rolling out a new number for one [...]

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