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
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
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 [...]
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
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
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
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 [...]
A rained-out qualifying session means Kevin Harvick will start first at Dover. Harvick, who won the 2015 fall Dover race, posted the fastest speed during Friday's practice. Dale Earnhardt Jr. will start second and Kyle Busch starts third. Show More Summary
It’s only a more recent development, but wow, Kyle Busch has won at a heck of a lot of tracks in NASCAR. The younger Busch brother has had an exceptional career so far, capped off by his 2015 Sprint Cup Series championship no doubt, but more recently, the driver of Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 18 … The post NASCAR 101: Who’s Won at the Most Tracks? appeared first on Frontstretch.
By AMANDA VINCENT The No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team of reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch was the only team penalized with crew chief Adam Stevens and front tire carrier Josh Leslie suspended for one race and placed on probation through Dec. 31 and Stevens fined $20,000 for a loose lug [...]
Todd Berrier will return to the top of the pit box at Dover International Speedway this weekend — this time for Kyle Busch. Berrier, a former full-time crew chief in the sport, will replace Adam Stevens for the race while Busch’s usual crew chief serves a one-race suspension, NBC Sports reports. Show More Summary
This past weekend, Kyle Busch continued to show that he is one of the elite drivers of the series by knocking out a win at a track that has vexed him ever since the series began racing at Kansas Motor Speedway. Busch now is two tracks away from holding Cup victories across the board. That’s … The post Happiness Is…Parc Ferme appeared first on Frontstretch.
Jimmie Johnson is Superman, Kyle Busch is the Shrub. Based on nicknames alone, you’d think that Johnson is leagues ahead of Busch, right? After all, Johnson has 77 wins to Busch’s 37, 212 top-5 finishes to Busch’s 139. Johnson owns 16...Show More Summary
UPDATE (6 p.m. ET): Joe Gibbs Racing will not appeal the suspension. Stevens and front tire changer Josh Leslie will serve their suspensions this weekend at Dover. "The 18 team utilized unaltered stock lug nuts during Saturday night's...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT The No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team of reigning champion Kyle Busch is the first casualty of NASCAR’s return to mandating five lug nuts on wheels. Since Saturday night’s race at Kansas Speedway near Kansas City, Kan., No. 18 crew chief Adam Stevens has been fined $20,000, suspended [...]
Drivers asked NASCAR to have a tougher stand on teams not fastening lug nuts and they got exactly that when two members of Kyle Busch’s crew were suspended on Wednesday. Tony Stewart took an emphatic stand three weeks ago that someone -- be it a spectator or driver -- would incur serious harm unless NASCAR immediately act. Show More Summary
NASCAR is making an example of the No. 18 car driven by Kyle Busch in its new crackdown on securing all five lug nuts per wheel. The No. 18 crew chief was fined $20,000, and both he and the front tire changer were suspended through May 18, forcing them to miss the next race at Dover International Speedway. Read more...
The race-winning team of Kyle Busch (Joe Gibbs Racing) was penalized on Wednesday for infractions found during the Kansas Speedway race weekend. The No. 18 team, which scored its third win of the season at Kansas last Saturday night,...Show More Summary
Crew chief Adam Stevens and tire changer Josh Leslie will each serve one-race suspensions after NASCAR determined the lug nuts weren’t secured tightly on Kyle Busch’s car at Kansas. Kyle Busch will be without his crew chief for and front tire changer for one race as NASCAR suspended both Wednesday after Busch's No. Show More Summary
Adam Stevens, the crew chief for Kyle Busch, has been suspended for the No. 18 team's violation of the new NASCAR lug nut rule after Saturday night's race at Kansas. After the sanctioning body was called out by Tony Stewart (and then...Show More Summary