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Statement from Stewart-Haas Racing Regarding Kurt Busch

The following is a statement from Stewart-Haas Racing executive vice president Joe Custer regarding the decision by the Delaware Attorney General’s office to not file charges against Kurt Busch.“We appreciate the thoroughness of the Dover Police Department’s investigation into the allegations made against Kurt Busch and respect the time the Attorney General put into his decision...

NASCAR: Kurt Busch to Remain Suspended Despite New Court Ruling

The case against Kurt Busch became a lot clearer on Thursday morning as the Delaware Department of Justice issued a statement today that they will not pursue any further charges against the NASCAR Sprint...
Via Race Review Online
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

NSCS: Kurt Busch Will Not Be Charged, Remains Suspended from NASCAR

On Thursday, March 5th, the Delaware Attorney General’s office announced that they will not charge Kurt Busch with regards to the accusations made by Patricia Driscoll. Driscoll alleged that Busch committed domestic abuse against her, putting his hands on her neck and slamming her head against the wall. The department issued the folliwing statement: “The Delaware Department...
Via On Pit Road
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Team Chevy Statement on Kurt Busch

“Our relationship with Kurt Busch remains unchanged. He remains suspended, and we will continue to monitor all aspects of this situation.”Jim Campbell, Chevrolet vice president of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports

NSCS: Kurt Busch Won’t Face Charges

The Delaware Attorney General’s office has decided not to charge NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver and 2004 champion, Kurt Busch. The department issued the following statement as to why they made the decision: “The Delaware Department of Justice has carefully reviewed the complaint made of an alleged act of domestic violence involving Kurt Busch in Dover on September 26, 2014, which...
Via Rubbings Racing
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Kurt Busch will not be charged for domestic violence due to lack of evidence

Getty Images Suspended NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kurt Busch will not be charged for domestic violence in Delaware due to a lack of evidence. On Thursday the Delware Department of Justice announced there was insufficient evidence to charge Busch with a crime. He had been accused of attacking former girlfriend Patricia Driscoll on Sept. 26 of last year. He allegedly had slammed...
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NSCS: Kurt Busch Agrees to Reinstatement Terms Set by NASCAR

NASCAR spokesman Dave Hidgon informed the media on Monday that Kurt Busch has told the sanctioning body last week that he agrees to the terms and conditions laid out by NASCAR to get reinstated from his suspension. The details were not revealed by NASCAR as to those terms and conditions, as Hidgon told multiple media outlets that is between the driver and the expert facilitator of...
Via On Pit Road
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Kurt Busch takes step toward racing again

Suspended NASCAR driver Kurt Busch has taken the first steps to be reinstated. Busch has agreed to NASCAR's terms after being suspended indefinitely following accusation of domestic assault by his former girlfriend. NASCAR did not reveal those terms. "The outside experts, one of the things they had advised us from the beginning was no matter what actions we take ... that it was...

Statement from Rusty Hardin – Attorney for Kurt Busch

Statement from Rusty Hardin, Kurt Busch attorney: We are extremely disappointed that NASCAR has suspended Kurt Busch and we plan an immediate appeal. We assure everyone, including NASCAR, that this action against Mr. Busch will turn out to be a travesty of justice, apparent to all, as this story continues to unfold. We are confident that if the Commissioner agrees to hear newly available...
Via On Pit Road
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Busch suspended after court decides he likely strangled ex

Kurt Busch has been suspended indefinitely by NASCAR after a Delaware family court commissioner ruled that the driver likely strangled ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll. Commissioner David Jones wrote in a ruling that it was more likely than not that Busch manually strangled Driscoll and slammed her head into a motorhome during a September incident that has...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

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