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NASCAR 101: Didn’t Pay Your NASCAR Sponsorship Bill? You’re Not Alone

Kyle Busch and his Kyle Busch Motorsports are in the midst of a lawsuit – though they’re not on the receiving end. Earlier this week, it was revealed that the Camping World Truck Series team had sued former driver Justin Boston and sponsor...Show More Summary

Two JGR teams docked practice time at Darlington Raceway

By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR announced Wednesday evening that the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing team of Kyle Busch and the No. 20 JGR team of Matt Kenseth will be docked 15 minutes of practice time as NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams prepare for the Sept. 6 running of the Southern 500 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway. [...]

Here is an adorable video of Kyle Busch having an important conversation with his son

Brexton Busch, who has wowed us in the past with his perfect facial expressions, had an important talk with his dad in a language that is (...)

Kyle Busch, Matt Kenseth Among Drivers & Teams Penalized After Bristol

NASCAR issued warnings to 11 teams following the 2015 Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth will lose 15 minutes of practice time for next Sunday’s race due to multiple infractions during inspection. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Motorsports sues former driver

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team, Kyle Busch Motorsports, is suing Justin Boston, one of its former drivers, and his sponsor, Zloop, claiming they failed to make $650,000 in payments to the race team. The suit was filed in Iredell County, N.C., in North Carolina Superior Court. Boston and Zloop, a company founded by Boston’s [...]

Truckin’ Thursdays: Lawsuit Against Justin Boston Highlights Problems With Pay-to-Play

When Kyle Busch Motorsports and rookie Justin Boston parted ways early last month, the 25-year-old implied the split was performance-based. While it’s not that surprising to see a rookie struggle in his first season behind the wheelShow More Summary

Logano wins at Bristol

JGR teammate Kyle Busch qualified second and was followed by JGR driver Carl Edwards. By happenstance Penske needed a driver for its second auto after AJ Allmendinger was released following a failed drug test. At the urging of Brad Keselowski, team owner Roger Penske signed Logano, who amidst stability and without the pressure to replicate

Suit details how much it takes to sponsor a truck team

Kyle Busch Motorsports was expecting just over $3 million in 2015 and 2016 as part of a sponsorship agreement with Justin Boston and his father's company. Boston and KBM parted ways earlier this season and the sponsorship numbers have...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Motorsports Suing Former Driver Justin Boston, Sponsor

When Kyle Busch Motorsports and Justin Boston announced they would no longer be competing together in early July, no one really knew why. Now they do. KBM owner Kyle Busch filed a lawsuit this week against Boston and Zloop — a computer...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch adds to Bristol win tally

Chris Buescher tried to turn Friday night’s Food City 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Bristol (Ten.) Motor Speedway into a fuel mileage race, last pitting on lap 130 and hoping to go the last 170 laps on his final tank of fuel. The strategy failed when a yellow flag with five laps to go [...]

XFINITY Breakdown: Food City 300

Chris Buescher took Kyle Busch to school on restart after restart. Let that sink in for a moment…an XFINITY regular outjumped a master restarter time after time. It was a green-white-checkered finish that was Buescher’s downfall…hisShow More Summary

NASCAR Xfinity Series at Bristol 2015: Results, Winner, Standings and Reaction

Kyle Busch led 89 of the 302 laps in Friday night's Food City 300 at the Bristol Motor Speedway, with the last three proving to be the most pivotal as he passed Chris Buescher en route to a checkered flag. With the compact nature of Bristol, Buescher and Busch engaged in a great cat-and-mouse game in the race's later stages. Show More Summary

Denny Hamlin beats Kyle Busch for pole at Bristol

Denny Hamlin won two pole awards on Friday at Bristol. His teammate Kyle Busch qualfied second twice as well. Hamlin set a track record at Bristol on Friday with a lap of 130.407 MPH to edge out Busch and will start first for Saturday night's Sprint Cup Series race. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Tops Final Cup Practice at Bristol

Kyle Busch continued his hot streak on Friday, winning the final Sprint Cup practice session at Bristol Motor Speedway in advance of Saturday’s IRWIN Tools Night Race. Busch’s lap of 131.146 mph was good enough to put him in the top three in both practice sessions Friday. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Claims Truck Pole at Bristol

Mother Nature has reared her ugly head many times this season, but on Wednesday she surrendered early enough that the Camping World Truck Series was able to qualify for their mid-week race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Kyle Busch won the pole with a 125.683 mph lap, his first of the season. Show More Summary

Five Points to Ponder: An Emerging Austin Dillon

ONE: Chicagoland will be the real test for JGR There’s no question it has been a wonderful stretch of racing for the entire Joe Gibbs Racing organization and in particular Kyle Busch. In an eight-race stretch starting at Sonoma Raceway,...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch wins Brickyard 400, his 4th win in 5 races

Your browser does not support iframes. INDIANAPOLIS – Even if he doesn't make the Chase, Kyle Busch's streak is one of the most impressive accomplishments in recent NASCAR memory. The driver of the No. 18 scored his fourth win in five...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch gets truck win at Michigan

Kyle Busch overcame a speeding penalty to lead a total of 44 laps in the 100-lap Careers for Veterans 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn on Saturday to claim his second Truck Series win of the season in only his second series start of the season. “Our truck [...]

Kyle Busch Captures First Truck Series Win at Michigan

Kyle Busch’s checklist is getting shorter and shorter. Checking off Michigan International Speedway on the win list in the Camping World Truck Series, Busch overcame a speeding penalty on lap 27 to win the Careers for Veterans 200 – his second series win of 2015 and 44th of his career. Show More Summary

Tracking the Trucks: Careers for Veterans 200

In a Nutshell: Pit road issues gave way to pure speed and talent in a wild Saturday afternoon at Michigan International Speedway. Kyle Busch overcame an early speeding penalty and multiple late-race restarts to claim his second-consecutive NASCAR Camping World Truck Series victory. Show More Summary

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