Kyle Busch’s February crash spurred Daytona to install additional energy-absorbent soft walls. Several safety improvements greeted drivers when they arrived at Daytona International Speedway for this weekend's Sprint Cup and XfinityShow More Summary
Brad Keselowski made contact with Kyle Busch in turn 2 during the first practice for Sunday's Coke Zero 400. A crash started from there. Busch collected other cars including Martin Truex Jr., Jamie McMurray, Ryan Newman, Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle. Show More Summary
A 10-car crash broke out just minutes into the first practice for Sunday’s race. In his first laps at Daytona International Speedway since suffering serious injuries there in a February crash, Kyle Busch spun and triggered a multi-car...Show More Summary
Kyle Busch‘s Sprint Cup quest for the Chase got a major boost Sunday with his Sonoma victory. The series’ 11th different winner this season, Busch’s injury exemption now gives the No. 18 team a realistic chance to make the playoffs. With ten races left, Busch must now find a way to claw inside the top... The post The Perils Of Playing It Safe appeared first on Frontstretch.
Once NASCAR announced that Kyle Busch could compete for the championship, he had two goals once he was back in the race car: win a race and get in the top 30 in points. He accomplished one of those Sunday, winning on the road course in Sonoma. He also moved up two positions in the... The post NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Top 15 After Sonoma appeared first on Frontstretch.
Soon after Kyle Busch announced his return to NASCAR Sprint Cup Racing in May for the Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, making the Coca-Cola 600, also at Charlotte, on May 24 his first points-paying Cup race of 2015 after being sidelined by a broken right leg and left foot from a crash in [...]
Your browser does not support iframes. Kyle Busch has his win for Chase qualification. Now he needs to get into the top 30 in points. Busch held off his brother Kurt for the win Sunday at Sonoma, his second-career win at the California...Show More Summary
Just five races after returning from serious leg injuries, Kyle Busch was back in victory lane celebrating. Four months ago Kyle Busch laid in an emergency room of a Daytona Beach, Fla., hospital. A devastating crash that saw him slam...Show More Summary
Who’s in the headline – Racing can involve a myriad of strategies on a normal weekend. On a road course the options become even more diverse. After three different fuel strategies had all played out, a late race caution resulted in a...Show More Summary
The feel-good story of the week is Kyle Busch getting a much-needed win that may make him eligible for the post-season Chase for the Championship – but with his older brother closing on him in the final laps did anyone believe Kurt Busch wouldn’t...Show More Summary
When Kyle Busch suffered through a horrendous wreck in the season opener for the XFINITY Series at Daytona in February, some wondered if he would ever race again. Once doctors determined the severity of the injuries—a broken right leg and fractured left foot—the question became when he would return. Show More Summary
Kyle and Kurt Busch finished 1-2 for the first time ever Sunday. Normally Kurt Busch would've preferred to have won, but considering the circumstances he wasn't too disappointed to finish second to younger brother Kyle Busch on Sunday...Show More Summary
Even after a stirring Sonoma Raceway victory, Kyle Busch’s path to the Chase for the Sprint Cup figures to be a long shot. “Yeah, we have our work cut out for us,” Busch said after defeating his older brother, Kurt, for his 30 th career victory in the Toyota/SaveMart 350. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch turned a sunny day at Sonoma Raceway into his day of reckoning in the Sprint Cup Series as the 30-year-old – who is only four months removed from suffering a broken leg and foot at Daytona in February – took advantage of a brilliant strategy move late to hold off brother Kurt to... The post Kyle Busch Claims Comeback Win at Sonoma appeared first on Frontstretch.
By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch claimed his first win of 2015 Sunday with his victory of the Toyota/SaveMart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Sonoma Raceway. “This is awesome; it’s unbelievable. Can’t say enough about my team, everyone at Joe Gibbs Racing,” Busch said. “I don’t know if they can all understand how it [...]
NASCAR is inching closer toward this year's Chase for the Sprint Cup with just 10 races left following Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350. Kyle Busch may have come out on top in that race, but Kevin Harvick still holds the top spot in the...Show More Summary
Kyle Busch earns first wins since Daytona crash. Four months after a crash left him with devastating injuries, Kyle Busch won his Sprint Cup Series race of the season Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. Busch passed leader Jimmie Johnson with five laps remaining, then outran older brother Kurt Busch and Clint Bowyer to secure the win. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch avoided the clutter and conquered the curves of Sonoma Raceway late to seize the checkered flag at Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350. One of the Sprint Cup Series' most thrilling events, the road course claimed more than a few...Show More Summary
Kyle Busch has his win for Chase qualification. Now he needs to get into the top 30 in points. Busch held off his brother Kurt for the win Sunday at Sonoma, his second-career win at the California road course. Kyle restarted seventh when the race went back to green with eight laps to go because of Casey Mears' broken axle. Show More Summary
Qualifying for the first NASCAR Sprint Cup road-course race of the season begins at 2:15 p.m. ET on Saturday afternoon. During Friday's final practice session for the Toyota-Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway, Kyle Busch recorded the top time of 74.489 seconds. Show More Summary