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Being involved in the Chase mix with four races to go before the NASCAR playoffs begin, Kurt Busch’s current aim is to find a happy medium at Michigan International Speedway, site of Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 Sprint Cup Series event.
Busch, driver of the No. 78 Furniture Row/Serta Chevrolet SS, is positioned in 11th place in the standings, two points out of 10th.
“Right now we find ourselves in a great position,” said Busch the 2004 NASCAR champion. “We need to be consistent and continue to finish with top 10s and top fives. I am not biting my fingernails - I've been in this position before. We have to stay calm, control what we can control and race our way into the Chase.”
But for the 35-year-old Busch he will need to overcome a string of bad races at Michigan, where he has not had a finish better than 30th in his last four appearances at the 2-mile oval.
“Michigan over the years has been one of my best tracks and one of my worst tracks,” said Busch, who is a two-time ...
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Furniture Row Racing driver Kurt Busch threw a perfect strike during the ceremonial first pitch prior to Wednesday’s MLB game between the Colorado Rockies and San Diego Padres.
Busch, a rabid baseball fan, trotted to the Coors Field pitching mound wearing a No. 78 Rockies/Furniture Row jersey, then took a short windup and hurled a fastball over the center of the plate.
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Kurt Busch threw out the first pitch for Wednesdays game between the Colorado Rockies and San Diego Padres.
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