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Kyle Busch's Wife -- Insane Bikini Bod ... 1 Week After Giving Birth

Pregnancy does a body good... REALLY GOOD... just ask the wife of NASCAR stud Kyle Busch -- who posted an UNBELIEVABLE bikini pic just one week after giving birth.  Samantha Busch posted a pic of showing off her incredibly tight bod -- 6…

Kyle Busch impresses with strong effort in NASCAR’s longest race

Kyle Busch didn’t resemble a driver returning from injury Sunday night at Charlotte. NASCAR's longest race, the Coca-Cola 600, can be a grind for a driver who's perfectly healthy let alone someone still recovering from major injuries...Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch take heated rivalry into Coca-Cola 600

— Recent fatherhood has not mellowed the competitive hearts of Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski on the racetrack.

Kyle Busch shares photo of his adorable newborn baby

Kyle and Samantha Busch welcomed a baby boy, Brexton Locke Busch, Monday night. It’s been a big week for the Busch family — (...)

NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, wife welcome baby boy

Brexton Locke Busch was born Monday night. Kyle Busch's wife, Samantha, delivered the couple's first child at 9:45 p.m. ET Monday. Brexton Locke Busch weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and measured 21 inches long. Both mom and son are "doing...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Takes 6th Place Following Comeback

Fans of Kyle Busch had something to cheer when he announced his return at number 18 after his serious accident several weeks ago. After a major setback, he has managed to bounce back reasonably well taking a 6th place finish at the All Star race. Perhaps his penalty for speeding may have affected his ranking,

Kyle Busch Will be Back at No. 18 for the Sprint All-Star

Daytona left Kyle Busch in a dire situation after being considerably injured and out of the NASCAR for quite some time. Looks like the tables have turned and Busch will be back at no. 18 at the Joe Gibbs in a Toyota Camry during this weekend’s all-star sprint race. Busch tweeted about his return much

NASCAR All-Star Race 2015 qualifying: How fast is Kyle Busch in return?

Three months after a scary crash, Kyle Busch makes his return to NASCAR Saturday at the All-Star Race. It's not just that Kyle Busch is returning to NASCAR competition after missing the first 11 races of the year following a frightening accident at Daytona that resulted in a compound fracture in his leg and a broken foot. Show More Summary

Joe Gibbs Racing selling shirts celebrating Kyle Busch's return

Kyle Busch's return to the Sprint Cup Series is being marked with a t-shirt by Joe Gibbs Racing. Busch is racing in Saturday's Sprint All-Star Race, his first race back since he broke his right leg and left foot in a crash in February. Show More Summary

NASCAR All-Star Race 2015: Kyle Busch returns to action

Kyle Busch will be in action for the first time since the Daytona 500 in February. Here's a full schedule of events surrounding Saturday's race. The 2015 NASCAR All-Star Race is the perfect opportunity for Kyle Busch's return to the track. "I think it's a great race to come back to," Busch told reporters on Tuesday. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch's NASCAR Return Should Enliven the Racing, Not Throw Away the Rules

Sometimes NASCAR acts in mysterious ways, but only rarely has the absolute ruler of major league stock car racing made its decisions based on being angst-ridden. Should Kyle Busch, injured since a crash in an Xfinity Series race on the...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch eligible for NASCAR's Chase despite missing races

Kyle Busch is eligible to compete for the NASCAR championship despite missing the first 11 races this season, though he needs to finish strong in order to make it. Continue reading Kyle Busch eligible for NASCAR's Chase despite missing...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch still eligible for NASCAR Chase despite missing 11 races

It won’t be easy and will require overcoming a large deficit, but Busch is eligible to qualify for NASCAR’s playoffs after being granted a waiver Wednesday. Despite missing the first 11 races of the season, Kyle Busch can still qualify...Show More Summary

Is Kyle Busch waiver good idea?

Kyle Busch was the NASCAR news of the day on Tuesday with his #RowdyReturns announcement via Twitter, complete with video. He’ll make his return to his seat in the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Saturday night in the Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with his first points-paying race the following weekend, the [...]

Kyle Busch Eligible to Win NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Despite Injury Absence

NASCAR announced Wednesday that Kyle Busch is still eligible for the Chase for the Sprint Cup despite missing time due to leg and foot injuries. A statement posted on the governing body's official site noted it had waived the rule that a driver must compete in all events to make the Chase. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch gets waiver

By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR announced on Wednesday morning that Kyle Busch has been granted a waiver that would allow him to compete for one of the 16 Chase for the Sprint Cup spots in NASCAR’s 10-race postseason. The waiver excludes him from rule that calls for a driver to “start all championship events of [...]

Kyle Busch granted waiver, must be in top 30 to make Chase

Kyle Busch has been granted a waiver for the 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup. However, it only waves the requirement that a driver must attempt to qualify for every race. "On behalf of everyone at NASCAR, it’s great to have Kyle Busch back racing," NASCAR executive vice president Steve O’Donnell, said in a statement. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch to return at NASCAR All-Star race this weekend

Kyle Busch, who suffered multiple injuries in a crash during NASCAR's opening weekend, will make his 2015 Sprint Cup debut at Saturday's All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Kyle Busch is baaaaack!

By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch is back and plans to make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series return May 16 in the Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Busch posted a video via his Twitter account (KyleBusch) that showed him putting on his racing shoes, firesuit and gloves and ended with a black screen that [...]

Kyle Busch to make NASCAR return this weekend

Busch missed 11 races while recovering from a broken right leg and left foot suffered in a February crash at Daytona. Kyle Busch will return to Sprint Cup Series competition this weekend, less than three months after suffering serious leg injuries. Joe Gibbs Racing said Busch has been medically cleared and will resume driving the No. Show More Summary

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