Kyle Busch won the pole for Friday’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Darlington Raceway. The driver of the No. 54 Monster Energy Toyota Carmy beat out Chase Elliott and Matt Kenseth for the top spot. Kyle Larson crashed in the final segment.
In the final segment of knockout qualifying Busch set the fast time with a lap speed of 28.314 seconds, claiming the pole at the 1.366...
via Texas Motor Speedway
Kyle Busch went to Texas Motor Speedway on Friday to meet with more than 4,500 elementary school students. Busch and with 11 local-area schools who were crowning the champions of Texas Motor’s Speedway’s “Speeding To Read” educational program.
Students combined to read 1,020,207 books in the competition known as the “Lone Star 500″ which began...
It was the battle of the weekend. While Kurt Busch's triumph of the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway was something that got far too little attention, the on-track battle between Busch and Brad Keselowski got too much publicity. So much in fact that when I went on racing pages this weekend all over social media, that's the topic NASCAR fans focused on the most and the truth...
Tire problems turned Sunday’s Auto Club 400 upside-down for drivers. Kyle Busch took the win in a green-white-checkered-flag finish that took the fifth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event of the year six laps more than scheduled.
With four fresh tires on the restart on Lap 205, Busch passed Steward-Haas racing teammates Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart on the second-to-last lap. He brought...
Gonzo gets the race started, Kyle Busch interrupts Dale Earnhardt Jr. and more GIFs from California!
A Sprint Cup regular not winning a Nationwide race is normally not a big deal becuase let’s face it – they win enough already. Then there’s Kyle Busch and Las Vegas.
Busch has been successful at winning multiple Nationwide Series races a season in trips down to NASCAR’s second-tier division – as expected. In his career to date, he has three seasons where he’s won 10...
Kyle Busch says the even he would like to try the double someday.
Some NASCAR drivers are out saying that the new qualifying format is dangerous.
Jimmy Fallon, host of the ‘Tonight Show’, ran another edition of ‘Superlatives’ on the Monday night edition of his show. The last time he used Olympians, this time he roasted NASCAR drivers, and what he said is sure to make you laugh.
Watch the full roast below:
Kyle Busch's thrilling move in the final few hundred feet of the Truck Series season opener led to his 99th win outside NASCAR's top series.
The victory infuriated many fans. NASCAR heard them loud and clear.
NASCAR said Saturday it is looking at potentially limiting the number of second- and third-tier event Sprint Cup regulars can run during the season. Officials have...
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February 22, 2014
Champions come in every walk of life - and certainly are not limited to sports.
Dr. Lisa Tolnitch, founder of the Pretty in Pink Foundation, which works to ensure quality health care to breast cancer patients in need, found a new advocate for her "champions" - the survivors she continues to help throughout North Carolina - through the Kyle Busch Foundation.