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The Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) team returned to Texas Motor Speedway (TMS) in Fort Worth hopeful for a better finish than in the spring race, a 30th-place result due to an overheated engine. This time, the driver would be team owner Kyle Busch, who from 2008 to 2010 at TMS swept five consecutive NASCAR Nationwide Series races and was looking for his sixth career victory at the Lone-Star state track, this time as driver of his own No. 54 team.
The weekend started off well when the Monster Energy Camry posted the fastest lap time during the final series practice session, giving the Toyota team the final qualifying spot for Saturday. The 29.50-second lap at 183.051mph resulted in a pole-position qualifying run, placing Busch and team first on the grid for the 200-lap night race. The pole award was Busch’s third in 14 races at Texas Motor Speedway, and second pole for the owner-driver and KBM team in 2012. Busch now has 25 total career pole-awards recorded in 242 Nationwide Series rac...
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Kyle Busch would love to offer Ross Kenseth a Camping World Truck Series ride in 2013.
While Busch is quite impressed with Kenseth and has raced against the 19-year-old in various series, the biggest stumbling block for inking a deal could be sponsorship.
"I'd like to do something with Ross," Busch said. "It's just a problem trying to get funding. There&...
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. – There’s just no place like home for Las Vegas native Kyle Busch. But, there is a close second.
While Busch, driver of the No. 18 M&M’s Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR), relishes each chance to visit his desert hometown, there’s yet another desert destination that ranks as next-best for Busch.
Where might that be? Of course, it’s Phoenix International...
Drivers Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch talked to the media after finishing second and third in Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 from the Texas Motor Speedway. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
FORT WORTH, Texas – Kurt Busch scored his first top-10 as a Furniture Row Racing driver, finishing eighth in Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Busch, who was competing in only his fourth race with the Denver, Colo.-based team, made a late charge to notch his 172nd career top-10.
The finish was also Busch’s best on an oval this season...
Next season Matt Kenseth will join Joe Gibbs Racing. While Kenseth has denied that the move to Gibbs had anything to do with his son Ross’ racing career, the move has nonetheless opened up a different set of opportunities for the 19-year-old. One of those opportunities may be with Kyle Busch Motorsports as Busch said he “like to do something with Ross.”
Of course the biggest...
Kyle Busch, 4th place finisher, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., 3rd place finisher, and Ryan Blaney, 2nd place finisher, all talked to the media after Saturday night’s O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge from the Texas Motor Speedway. Video courtesy of NASCAR Media Group.
Kyle Busch and the Dollar General Racing team overcame battery charging issues early in the WinStar World Casino 350 at Texas Motor Speedway to post a hard-fought fourth-place finish. Despite making two stops on pit road under caution to address the charging issue, the team was able remain on the lead lap. After restarting from the 23rd position on lap 70, Busch maneuvered his way...
Kyle Busch led the way with a lap of 29.502 seconds in the final practice for the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge from Texas. Rounding out the top five was Austin Dillon, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Danica Patrick, and Sam Hornish, Jr.
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