Kyle Busch is home recovering from a broken right leg and a broken left foot. After nearly a week-long stay in two different hospitals, Kyle Busch was released Friday and is home recuperating from injuries sustained in a crash last weekend. Busch...Show More Summary
Following two surgeries for the injuries he sustained in a crash in Saturday's Xfinity Series race, Kyle Busch has been released from the hospital. While my teams r still doin amazing work, we r here doin up final adjustments getting...Show More Summary
A lot of news stories came out of the recent Daytona (Fla.) International Speedweeks, from Joey Logano winning the Daytona 500, to Ford sweeping the three NASCAR national series points-paying races, Kyle Busch’s sidelining injury in the Xfinity Series race, the resulting debate of SAFER barriers not protecting every wall at every NASCAR-sanctioned track, a [...]
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Not long after Kyle Busch's crash in the Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway, NASCAR and the track announced that SAFER barriers would be installed on every exposed wall at the track. While the...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Kyle Busch suffered a compound fracture in his right leg, as well as a fractured left foot after a vicious late-race wreck at the Alert Today Florida 300 at Daytona International Speedway. Show More Summary
David Ragan's arrangement with Joe Gibbs Racing was aided by a tenuous full-time status at Front Row Motorsports. Ragan, who is filling in for Kyle Busch in the No. 18 car in the near-term, said it was "iffy" if he'd be able to run the full season in the No. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch had his second surgery on Wednesday. Joe Gibbs Racing announced that Busch had what it termed successful surgery on his fractured left foot. The surgery happened after Busch was transferred back to North Carolina from Daytona...Show More Summary
David Ragan will fill in at Atlanta and beyond for Kyle Busch in the No. 18 for Joe Gibbs Racing. Ragan emerged as a candidate for the car on Tuesday. According to the team's release, Ragan "will pilot the No. 18 M&M's Crispy Toyota for at least the next several weeks. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch and wife Samantha look happy to be leaving the Halifax Medical Center in Florida. Busch was released following a horrific accident during the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday. He will be transferred to a North Carolina hospital for further treatment. Read more...
Joe Gibbs Racing could be looking to an established Sprint Cup Series driver to fill in for Kyle Busch. According to both NBC Sports and the Charlotte Observer, David Ragan is a possibility to drive the No. 18 in Busch's absence. Ragan currently drives for Front Row Motorsports in the No. Show More Summary
For NASCAR, this week should be all about the terrific racing that took place over the last 25 laps or so of the Daytona 500. But it's not. And for that, NASCAR should be ashamed. Instead of talking almost exclusively about how JoeyShow More Summary
Kyle Busch will miss a significant amount of time in his Sprint Cup series ride after suffering a injury in a ugly wreck n the Xfinity series race at Daytona.
It could be a while before Kyle Busch makes it back to the NASCAR track after he suffered a compound fracture of his right leg in a crash Saturday at Daytona International Speedway. Kyle slammed into a concrete wall along the infield,...Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Kyle Busch is likely out a significant amount of time after suffering a broken leg and a broken foot in Saturday's Xfinity Series race. On Sunday morning, his team owner Joe Gibbs said the team hadn't made any plans...Show More Summary
For the love of God: FIX THIS, NASCAR…
Kyle Busch found one of the remaining hard barriers on a NASCAR track that isn't covered by an impact absorbing SAFER barrier during today's Xfinity Series race at Daytona. Busch hit the concrete wall inside Turn 1, suffering a right lower leg compound fracture and left mid-foot fracture from the impact. Read more...
Joe Gibbs Racing selects Matt Crafton to drive for Kyle Busch in the Daytona 500. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Matt Crafton will replace an injured Kyle Busch as the driver of the No. 18 car in Sunday's Daytona 500. Joe Gibbs Racing needed...Show More Summary
The video titled Kyle Busch Injured in Second Big One – Daytona – 2015 NASCAR Xfinity Series by FOX Sports is going viral on YouTube after a horrible crash injured Busch — who was taken to the hospital — following the accident during the Saturday evening Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway. Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The estimated cost of Daytona Rising, Daytona International Speedway's renovation project, is $400 million. It likely wouldn't cost more than $10 million to outfit the rest of Daytona's walls with SAFER barrier. In...Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Kyle Busch was taken to a hospital following a scary crash late in the Xfinity Series race on Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway. Busch's No. 54 Toyota shot straight through the frontstretch and slammed head-first into an interior wall. Show More Summary