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Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:29 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"We welcome you back to the monster Mile have not gotten the one to go signal. As of yet, when we do, they will have the opportunity to choose whether they want the inside lane or the outside lane for the restart in the way they do that there's an orange V painted on the race track. Just past the start. Finish line driver must commit to the bottom or the top of that, and that's how they choose which lane. They want to start it and we'll wait one more mile to find out of Kyle wants the top. I would imagine he would take the top, but we'll find out And then it's up to Denny Hamlin to select whether he wants to start inside row one or behind Kyle Larson. Let's talk about the fans for a moment as we see Kyle Busch pulling away Lot of Eminem. Shirts. Kyle Busch Gear hats everywhere around this racetrack. Kyle Busch of her just joining us is seven laps down. There's a awful lot of dejected Kyle Busch fans in attendance here this afternoon. Yeah, they really are. And we talk about it week after week. No matter where we're at around the country and what race track it is. He draws the most attention. He's the most polarizing, polarizing figure we have in our sport, and I say it all the time and I'll say it again. To me. He's the most popular driver in the sport. He just doesn't get the votes to be the most popular because even though everybody knows him and makes noise form, whether it's cheering or jeering How Bush is polarizing for sure is they believe it's a young girl sitting right below us wearing all Kyle Busch gear wasn't too long ago we saw on the monitor. One. Male individuals sitting all by himself dressed head to toe in Kyle Busch. Here's got the Kyle Busch hat on. He is wearing the same exact Kyle Busch glasses and quite honestly, when we looked at the monitor, we thought, How is Kyle Busch Sitting Somewhere in the grandstands. Of course, it was not Kyle, but that individual Sure could pass for, um, Yeah, It needs a hug right now, too. Haven't he's having a rough day watching his hero out there struggle with an engine issue. Choose ruling. In fact, Kyle Larson goes to the outside lane. Denny Hamlin will opt to go to the bottom. And then chase Elliott will go outside and Ryan Blaney to the bottom. So the drivers obviously at this point, think the outside lane is the way to start. But if you're gonna go to the bottom You gotta try to beat that competition to your right elbow off Turn number two to have any chance of really gaining a position because if you're on that, outside lane exiting turn two. That's where the moment um isn't a good launch down the backstretch. We'll find out getting.

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Darlington Cup Recap: Truex Wins

The Final Lap

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Darlington Cup Recap: Truex Wins

"I got your top ten nascar finishers. Here from darlington raceway throwback weekend. Let's run things down ten to one. Ryan newman chris or ryan blaney at number eight. And they got chase elliott kevin harvick denny. Hamlin william byron number. Four kyle busch at number. Three and kyle larson two and a half seconds. Back of the leader had nothing for the eventual winner. Fifth top five the season though to victory lane martin true junior man he dominate two hundred forty eight laps lead on the day third win of the season. He won both of the stages. And here's the interesting stat. No stage winner at darlington has gone on to win the race before. So now martin is a stat

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Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on Programming

Programming

00:33 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on Programming

"Now is enjoying a well wait for Kevin Harvick. Come on. Here you go six seconds behind Kyle Larson. Kevin Harvick is second six seconds behind the race leader. Some of the drivers that have already gone a lap down We're now 14 away from the green white checkered flag end Stage one Cold Custer Lap Down. Newman, Christopher Bell, Eric Jones, Ryan Priests. Matt DiBenedetto, Kyle Busch several laps down. Kyle Larson is whipping up on the field, and we're really still very early in this event that we absolutely are as good as Kyle Larson is right now. He has not been the fastest car.

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Martin Truex Jr. Dominates at Darlington for 3rd Win of Year

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

Martin Truex Jr. Dominates at Darlington for 3rd Win of Year

"Picking up his third win of the season Martin Truex junior took the NASCAR feel to the witch at Darlington Raceway leading two hundred forty eight of two hundred ninety three laps taking both stages and then the checkered flag tricks is the only driver to have multiple wins in twenty twenty one and second place finisher Kyle Larson was doing all he could to change that last week's winner Kyle Busch finished third with William Byron and Denny Hamlin rounding out the top five somewhat overshadowed in the race weekend was NASCAR's decision to reopen the infield fans and sponsors for the first time since the pandemic began I'm Jerry Jordan

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Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on WGR Programming

WGR Programming

01:13 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on WGR Programming

"The temperature of the fluids in the car was going up, and so they were able to run up on the back of a lap car and clean the grill off. Listen to Denny Hamlin's radio. One of the things he reported about 30 laps ago was he could not get down in the corner like the cars around them. They adjusted his line and well as you guys just noted. He's getting down in the corner. He's going through the middle of the corner. He's coming off the corner and, well, he's going down the straightaways pretty good. Denny Hamlin has a really, really good race car now as he's climbing his way through the top five About this, though. Denny Hamlin at the moment is seven seconds behind the race leader Kyle Larson. Kyle right now is enjoying a well wait for Kevin Harvick. Come on. Here you go six seconds behind Kyle Larson. Kevin Harvick is second six seconds behind the race leader. Some of the drivers that have already gone a lap down We're now 14 away from the green white checkered flag end Stage one Cold Custer Lap Down. Newman, Christopher Bell, Eric Jones, Ryan Priests. Matt DiBenedetto, Kyle Busch several laps down. Kyle Larson is whipping up on the field, and we're really still very early in this event that we absolutely are as good as Kyle Larson is right now. He has not been the fastest car on the racetrack over the last six laps. The fastest car. This six last straight laps has been the sixth place car That's his team mate. His name's.

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Busch celebrates birthday with win at Kansas Speedway

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Busch celebrates birthday with win at Kansas Speedway

"Kyle Busch led four times for twenty laps at Kansas speedway with final ten laps being the most important has he picked up his first NASCAR win of the season and it came on his birthday bush battle cow arson for most of the race but Larson had the dominant car leading one hundred and thirty two circuits around the track he would be relegated to nineteenth after late race restructure in back in the field for bush to win ended a roller coaster week of emotions as he and his wife Samantha shared the heartbreaking news that she had had a miscarriage Kevin Harvick finished a race in second his strongest run of the year with Brad Keselowski taking third I'm Jerry Jordan

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Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on Programming

Programming

00:46 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on Programming

"The beneficiary of the free pass would be one Kyle Busch. That is good news, but it's bad news all the same time. If you're just joining us, Yeah, that's a long day for Kyle Busch. They believe they have a engine ready to expire. It has not. He is still on the racetrack soldiering on. He is now two laps down. Kyle Busch is just looking also at the leader board. You've got Kevin Harvick. This is played out week after week after week. Alex Kevin Harvick driving for Stewart Haas Racing in those sports right now, he is second. He seems like he's always been in the top five. But what about his teammates? Chase Briscoe right now? 14th Eric L. Merola running 20th and pull Custer running 22nd. That just doesn't seem like the same team that we saw a.

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Richmond Truck Recap Nemechek Wins

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Richmond Truck Recap Nemechek Wins

"Nascar truck series racing from richmond. Raceway five to one is. We're gonna look at things here. Johnny solder their number five chandler smith tyler ingram kyle busch number two at john hunter. Nima check stays ahead of his team owner to nab his second win of the season. He definitely tried and turn three he. He got to my bumper me. Loose but I knew he wasn't going to me as as far as being the team. Owner and whatnot You're you're definitely going to do everything they can to try and race. And i'll do the same. We've raised against each other a lot through models when i was coming up through the truck series series simon f series and. It's nice to be able to have two wins to his one so far this year out of the three that he's run so It's it's always a step in the right in the right direction and we just want to continue that. We want to continue to get stronger every single week. And i feel like we can whether acadian c. j. t. led a race high of one hundred fourteen laps. Kyle busch motorsports by the way as one. The last four races with kyle busch john name check martin tricks junior behind the wheel point. Standings look like this five to one matt craft and is in fifth followed by austin hill sheldon creed. Ben rhodes and john hundred nima check. Is the point lead by twenty roads and nemechek each have to win so far. This season off next for the truck series is kansas speedway on may first seven thirty. Pm eastern on fs

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Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on Programming

Programming

00:21 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kyle busch" discussed on Programming

"Here's Larson will swinging wide of the banking and turn to try to get a good run down the back straightaway. Kyle sees him coming. Pulls to the inside Kyle Busch going one lap down at last 53. It's gonna be a long, long day for Kyle Busch and Kyle Busch fans, not the kind of day they were hoping for today. On the monster mile. Kevin Harvick will go by William Byron will go. By Kyle Larson lap..

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NASCAR Richmond Cup Recap

The Final Lap

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

NASCAR Richmond Cup Recap

"Nascar. Short-track action cup series from richmond raceway. Let's run things down. Ten to one austin dillon. There at number ten then he got mad to benedetto a nice finish there with top ten. Kyle busch at a pit road. Problem finishes eighth william byron eric. Merola martin tricks junior. Also pit road problems. Christopher bell number four and joy lugano his eleventh. Top five at richmond aright. Let's talk about the top. Two i up denny hamlin dominated again won. Both of the stages led a ton of laps. And it's still winless in twenty twenty one despite all top ten finishes except for one where he finished eleventh. He is the points leader by a ton anyway. So i'm sure he's not too upset. He does want a notch that window to victory lane. No one saw this coming. Alex bowman heads to victory lane. Grabs the checkered flag. Gives it to a fan for his first career. Short-track win after recovering from a pit road penalty. It's his third career cup series win. It's been twenty three richmond races. Since a hendrick motorsports car has one and it was twenty seventeen dover the last time you saw the forty eight car in victory

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Martinsville Cup Recap

The Final Lap

01:27 min | Last month

Martinsville Cup Recap

"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on nascar cup series race recap from martinsville speedway which started on saturday under the lights and ended on sunday under the lights after heavy rains. Let's take a look ten to one. Kyle busch somehow kind of top ten with a mangled number eighteen race car. Then got kevin harvick tyler. Radic number eight. Christopher bell joey. Logano kyle larson william byron number four denny. Hamlin led more than half of the race and ends up third. Ouch and in second chase elliott comes up one spot short of the win. So let's head to victory lane. Our martin tricks. Junior has become the seasons. I race winner with twenty nine. Th career win third career martinsville win third of the last four races at this track and now with three grandfather clock trophies in his house. I'm not sure how he's going to get any sleep with that. Other stories on the day ryan blaney won. Both of stages led a ton of laps in this race. Only to get busted for leaving the pillbox equipment. The air hose and the gun. You're not supposed to bring that with you late in the race while running up front about forty three laps to go and a massive talladega like wreck bush. Chris butcher banged fenders took out the likes of kurt. Busch brad keselowski kyle busch cole. Custer alex bowman daniels wars and many others on lap. Three eighty six up next to the cup. Series is yet another short-track richmond. Raceway sunday three pm eastern on fox and martin tricks junior has won two of the last three at this track. Nineteen car again

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Bristol Cup Series Qualifying Race Lineups

Kentuckiana's Morning News

01:01 min | Last month

Bristol Cup Series Qualifying Race Lineups

"With Dirks Bentley. That's what they're gonna be doing in East Tennessee, better known to you and I, as Thunder Valley Bristol Motor Speedway practice gets underway later this afternoon Is NASCAR prepares for racing on the dirt for the first time in over 50 years, at least for the Cup series. Both the Camping World truck series featuring Louisville's own Ben Rhodes and NASCAR Cup series will be featured. This weekend, starting with tomorrow's qualifying, followed by the truck series Pindi Truck Series race at eight o'clock on FS one. Then, of course, it's the grand finale. The Cup Series. Food City Dirt Race. 3 30 on Fox. For well champion driver Kyle Busch. He's not exactly a fan of racing on the dirt. These things just are so heavy in the tire is not at all indicative to producing grip. And so it's just it seems like it's a full fledged ice rink. Like literally. You're just out there on ice, trying to make your way around the tracks. Yeah, but Kyle, Unfortunately, the fans love it. So looking forward to this one gonna be a lot of fun again. Levels on Ben Rhodes gonna go at it tomorrow. Not now. They do have qualifying today. You can catch that on Fs one. Also

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NASCAR Atlanta Cup Recap, Blaney Wins

The Final Lap

01:06 min | Last month

NASCAR Atlanta Cup Recap, Blaney Wins

"Nascar cup series racing from atlanta motor speedway over the weekend. Let's run things down ten to one. Kevin harvick horrible car to start the race but battled back from laughs down to finish tenth. Then he got martin tricks. Junior william byron chris butcher with solid run their number. Seven austin dillon kyle busch denny hamlin number four alex bowman three and kyle larson won both of the stages dominated this race leading two hundred sixty eight laps but lost the lead with seven laps. To go and just couldn't seal the deal. It's his tenth career second-place on a one point five mile track. That is a bummer. For him to victory lane. Ryan blaming shocked. The world after that. Domination from kyle larson nabbing. His fifth career cup series win led twenty five laps on the day and the all important final lap and he gave away his checkered flag to a young fan wearing a blaney shirt. That will be a fan for life for sure. It was so awesome to see. It's the six different winner here in two thousand twenty one in six different races man. That's a that's a of parody. Their hundred twenty ninth win for team penske

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Byron Wins Florida Stretch of the NASCAR Homestead Cup

The Final Lap

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Byron Wins Florida Stretch of the NASCAR Homestead Cup

"The florida stretch of the nascar cup series scheduled for twenty twenty one rolled on from homestead miami speedway over the weekend sunday as a matter of fact cup series racing race. Recap style ten to one here. We go kyle busch at number ten. You've got alex. Bowen that forty eight car. Kurt busch recovered from well. We'll talk about it in a second. Ryan newman michael mcdowell continues history. Can you believe this of all top. Ten's here in twenty twenty one. Same thing for kevin harvick at number five. Then you've got kyle larson notching top five martin tricks junior and tyler rettig. He actually ties his best career cup series finished at number two two victory now. He won stage two. He led the most laps at one hundred and two. He started the race. thirty first. And william byron wins the race taking his second career

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Byron Prevails at Homestead for Second Cup Victory

Mornings on Maine Street

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Byron Prevails at Homestead for Second Cup Victory

"Year old Hendrick Motor Sports driver William Byron captured his second NASCAR Cup series win yesterday at the Homestead Miami Speedway, winning the Dixie Vodka 400 firing letter race High 102 of the races 267 Labs and beat second place finisher Tyler Reddick to the line by 2.7 seconds. Claim that checkered flag, not a lot of great people around me. Keep me pushing and we had a great offseason to prepare. My Rudy's come in and done a phenomenal job, and he knows how to how to push the right buttons with me and you know, I know exactly what he means when he says that, so I just had to go to work, and luckily we had enough car there. At the end behind Byron and Reddick were Martin Truex Jr. Kyle Larson and Kevin Harvick completed the top five. Six through 10 went to Michael McDowell, Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch, Alex Bowman and Kyle Busch. After three races firing joins Michael McDowell and Christopher Bella's drivers locked into the playoffs following their wins the prior two weeks and Daytona NASCAR Cup series heads out West this coming weekend to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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McDowell beats 100-1 odds for upset Daytona 500 victory

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

McDowell beats 100-1 odds for upset Daytona 500 victory

"After nearly six hour delay for rain that fell on lap fifteen in the sixty third running of the Daytona five hundred the race ended in a fiery finishes Michael McDowell took the checkered flag for the first time this Cup series career in the biggest race of the year make that was in fourth on the final lap and made a move with this poor performance teammate Brad Keselowski going into turn three Keselowski got turned into teammate Joey Logano and was then hit by Kyle Busch forcing him up into the catch fence ripping up the car's fuel cell and bursting into flames NASCAR through the caution is make dell chase Elliott Austin Dillon try to respect to the checkered flag Kelly and Dylan would finish second third respectively Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida

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NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 3 months ago

NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona

"Today. We have racing on the racetrack from daytona. The bush clash goes down at that race track. And it's an infield road course. Oh my gosh excited. I could not be more. Does that make sense so who is eligible to race in this thing. How about twenty. Twenty busch pole award winners. There's only a handful because of covid passed busch clash winners who competed full-time last year. Daytona five hundred champions. Who competed fulltime in two thousand twenty. Former daytona five hundred busch pole winners who competed fulltime last year. And finally. let's run down this list. Twenty twenty cup series playoff drivers race winners and stage winners based on this criteria. Twenty-one drivers will race. Oh see if your favourite is on this list. Eric merola ryan blaney. Alex bowman chris buscher kurt. Busch kyle busch william byron cole. Custer matt benedetto. Austin dillon ty dillon. Chase elliott denny. Hamlin kevin harvick. Eric jones brad. Kazlauskiene joy lugano ryan. Newman tyler rettig ricky. Stenhouse junior and martin tricks junior rounds out that list okay. Format is going to be thirty five laps with one scheduled. Pitstop coming at lap fifteen. The racetrack is going to be three point. Six one miles in length on a road course that features fourteen turns and you could check out all the action all man so excited as previously mentioned seven. Pm eastern on f s one

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Kevin Harvick wins Bristol night race

SportsCenter All Night

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Kevin Harvick wins Bristol night race

"Winning the second round of NASCAR's playoffs, holding off Kyle Busch at Bristol Motor Speedway for his serious leading night victory The season he denied the reigning Cup series champ. He's first win of the season made it a little too tight through the center of the corner, but turned into a heck of a race in and out of traffic there with Kyle. He got me. Gabi once pinned up there in traffic and Was able TTO do the same thing back and and then hold the lead there there till the end, so just really proud of everybody, that they for everything that they've done all year and just continuing to fight, And there's not many races that you can win, or like like women here in Bristol Night race, so That was. That was a lot of fun.

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NASCAR allows limited audience for first time since coronavirus, Confederate flag ban

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:36 min | 11 months ago

NASCAR allows limited audience for first time since coronavirus, Confederate flag ban

"A historic milestone for sports in America Nascar drivers on the track today, a small number of fans back in the stands for the first time since the corona virus outbreak, and now the band confederate flag not allowed anywhere in sight. ABC's Victor Oquendo is in Florida. Green. Card going full throttle. Spree quality, welcoming back a select group of fans, but not the confederate flag that company has done more in one week for racial equality than it had done in the past seventy years. Pass cars overcome covid. Nineteen fans are back at the track for the first time today. And battling social and racial injustice with a car, bearing the black lives matter Hashtag Bubba Wallace the circuits, only fulltime black driver, leading the charge for change. This is about our brothers, and our sisters that are that are are suffering through a lot and. You look at. The confederate flag and and how yes may mean heritage to most but to a group that is in a lot of pain right now. The community is in a lot of pain. That's a symbol of hate. It's an a veteran in attendance welcoming the new era. I'm happy that. THAT NASCAR has finally realized that there are so many other people that probably Wanna come to track, but they didn't feel comfortable, and hopefully now they will talk to your drivers like Jimmy, Johnson and Kyle Busch, taking their own action, cutting ties with the helmet designer over tweets about the confederate flag, but not all drivers are united one threatening to quit after the flag band, one thousand members of the military invited to the Dixie vodka four hundred everyone's screen before entry masks were required. Fans spread out NFL pro bowl running back. Alvin Kamara there to going to homes in Miami speedway. FIRST NASCAR race rooting for bubble wallace tonight, president trump saying he won't be watching football if players Neil during the anthem responding to a tweet about the US national soccer team, not being required to stand for the anthem. Saying looks like the NFL is heading in that direction also, but not with me watching. Okay victory. Kendall joins us now from home, said in Miami Dade County at the speedway there and Victor I wanna go back to NASCAR. What will car do with fans trying to defy the confederate flag ban? Tom Nascar is finalising protocol to enforce this new policy, but the bottom line is the confederate flag is banned from all races. It's banned from all events the next race next week at Talladega where up to five thousand five fans are expected,

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Harvick dominates in Atlanta for 51st Cup victory

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Harvick dominates in Atlanta for 51st Cup victory

"For Kevin Harvick won NASCAR's folds of honor QuikTrip five hundred his second victory of the season and third career win at Atlanta motor speedway Harvick beat Kyle Busch by more than three and a half second St Martin Truex junior had to settle for third place finish after winning the first two stages of the race this on a day when the warm up laps were paused to address the nation wide unrest stemming from racial injustice NASCAR president Steve Phelps said the country and the sports must do better among the protests at the race black NASCAR official took a knee along pit road in Bubba Wallace C. only Cup series driver wore a T. shirt that read I can't breathe before finishing twenty first his best career finish at Atlanta some scary moments for Bob after the race he was apparently light headed after getting out of his car and collapsed into the arms of his crew a post race interview was also cut short because he again appeared to start fainting Wallace was treated and released from the infield care

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Hamlin takes rain-shortened race at Darlington

CBS Sports Radio

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Hamlin takes rain-shortened race at Darlington

"Denny Hamlin won the Toyota five hundred a Wednesday night at Darlington the race was called the because of rain with twenty laps to go Kyle Busch was runner up Kevin Harvick finished third chase Elliott saluted bush with the middle finger at the end of the race after Ellie got bolted to the wall by bush a lap two

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NASCAR driver Ryan Newman Walks Out of Hospital Holding Daughters' Hands After  Wreck

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

05:01 min | 1 year ago

NASCAR driver Ryan Newman Walks Out of Hospital Holding Daughters' Hands After Wreck

"That's our driver Ryan Newman has probably heard walked out of the hospital this past Wednesday just two days after his horrific crash during the final lap of the Daytona five hundred is racing team tweeted a photo of the forty two year old Newman walking out with two daughters meanwhile the wreck last Monday had all the trappings of a tragedy right a speeding car flying up in the air turned upside down hit by another car in mid air on the driver side of the vehicle and bursting into flames skidding to a stop on its roof yet somehow Newman survived in his number six Ford here's an in depth look at the safety measures in place from Brent Scruton bore reporter at USA today print set this up for those who don't follow NASCAR I mean it's in the in a watch that crash which has been all over the news on mainly you wonder how anybody could survive something like that flips upside down to get it contend that driver side of the car and it's really a miracle that he survived it in a in a way it wasn't because if you look at what happened after Dellinger going hurt the legendary NASCAR driver after he died in the Daytona five hundred in two thousand one the people took a lot of steps with safety they need a lot of advancements and that one of them is we quietly in head and neck restraints in the car another is providing better and more energy ups or being the walls so that you're not crashing into a concrete wall like this happen before knowledge that the number of drivers could have died because of head injuries after collisions with a wall and have there been other engineering things that they've done they they started a research and development center in Concord North Carolina that opened in two thousand three and what they do is they they certified cars being safe enough they do research and safety testing and always looking for ways to make a very dangerous sport a lot safer and one of the other things I learned is that they they they put some energy and absorbing things and on the sides of the car and even moved the driver's seat closer to the center of the car and it you know you take all those things together and you watch it crash that happened on Monday and you can see how all those things could've saved his life speak with prince Croton for sports reporter at USA today about his piece entitled how did driver Ryan Newman survive that NASCAR crash at Daytona happened Monday night I didn't know that they had moved the driver seat a little bit more toward the middle that may have obviously helped Ryan Newman as well I mean to think that hit the wall first red hat on it well I would I would imagine a hundred ninety miles an hour if not yeah right the flies in the air then gets hits on the driver side like you know what what we would think like maybe his the side of his head we're going to buy another car going that speed is just the it's on the same couple are but now as you said this this R. and D. center I guess gets a lot of credit and that's unique it is the the the the first motor sports governing body that had anything like that yeah maybe that's really proactive you think about I mean did this kind of thing is that the so called part of the game the only thing for so long and they realize that one of the quotes I've read in a in other stories that I've read about this is you can have the heroes of your sport dying or something to that effect think about I mean it's a smart business move too it's not totally out of the goodness of their hearts and they want to continue to survive as a sport they can't have people die and every year like Taylor caught it right so they made an investment in in this kind of research and development and and it's it's not coming it's that's not to say that they've they've not been lucky I mean but I mean there may have been there haven't been any deaths in the three top national series in NASCAR since Earnhardt died but there have been plenty of injuries and collisions and sometimes you look at those you wonder how they survive though you know they are Kyle Busch and in twenty fifteen the a brokers like an extraordinary Dale Earnhardt's son Dale junior retired a few years ago because in part he had suffered a number of concussions and was concerned about his future in the towers that goes so I mean it's not killing a sport not without its risks it's obvious to say but you do wonder though even there though they have made such progress at I mean it's the risk is always gonna be that you still think it's a little bit of a crap shoot interview watch that video Ryan Newman crash he eat it what could fall to I mean the AutoCAD things definitely help but you know you're you're flying around in in in the area because of the strike like that there's a little bit of luck with landing in the right place and that

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"This is next car lot now. Back to Mike Bagley. Thanks for joining us on this weeks. NASCAR live recently. Mr Cain had a chance to sit down with Nascar Hall of Famer. Joe Gibbs. It's this week's Nascar. Live face to face interview. Please welcome the Nascar Hall of fame. inductee Joe Gibbs. This is something you've been through before on the football side. How is the NASCAR side side of this whole hall of fame experienced different? I think they are both different But at the same time it's a thrill and I'm just is thrilled to be a part of it. You realize that the two things I've been in are really team sports. This football and his racing and I was not a good athlete so I found out early on life. Get in team sports. Hide in there and when the team gets victory you you can take some some amount of credit for doing it and I've done the same thing. NASCAR got great. We've got great people race team and it is a thrill getting the chance to go at this and I realized for me most people in life never get to have wondering occupational and I've had a chance to have to so I realized how fortunate I am and I really thank the Lord for Let me do this one of the things that you often say is. This is a people apple business about getting the right people in the right spots. When you're needing a person what are you looking for? I think you know it started in football because you you know you have. I used to go into the draft and all the players are being fined up there and with the with the redskins. We had little orange sticker and I would look sometimes see it. Orange sticker would be on the draft side and an orange sticker for us. There's something in the background here. Really wasn't good and so I would always go now. What's this and they go? You can handle him he he.

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Kyle Busch leads Gibbs trio to win 2nd NASCAR championship

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Kyle Busch leads Gibbs trio to win 2nd NASCAR championship

"Not only that Kyle Busch when the season finale at homestead Miami speedway he drove away with the two thousand nineteen NASCAR Cup series championship bush led one hundred twenty laps the most of any driver in the race to pick up his fifth win of the season the championship marks the second of his career and makes him one of only two active drivers with multiple titles I don't even know quite yet to to put it all into perspective are all in the words but it certainly is is an amazing opportunity and it's for special Martin tricks junior finished runner up in the race and for the second straight year ended his season in second place overall to the series champion the other two championship contenders Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin finish the season and third and fourth respectively Jerry Jordan homestead Florida

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"So the cars back then to it seemed like Tony. Stewart even said, he's like today's day and age, like driver doesn't mean as much anymore as it used to where the driver can make up spots and take a bad car and make something good of it. You know, I think now a driver could be worth five or eight spots where back then he could be worth twelve fifteen, twenty spots. It's a bit more challenging today to make up some of that ground. Someone recently asked you if you could have a drink with anyone you named an old school driver, you said Dale Earnhardt, what would you talk about with the intimidator? What would you? What would you want to know if he were still around may or may not have raced against them? Right. So he was too. One when he passed. I started in two thousand five, so he may have still been there. He would have been fifty six when he was forty nine when he died and writer and fifty years six. Yeah, yeah. Maybe he would have been there. I don't know. That's pushing it. Maybe even for Dale. I mean, Mark was fifty three Sony ways like it would have been, you know, funny to see or hear to talk to him face to face and be like, am I any thing like you or am I just completely different in my off base like to know, am I off base here because even junior, like when we had our podcast when we sat down it was like back in the beginning when he was racing and I was racing and we were going against each other and we didn't like each other and whatever he would have said, no, like you're doing this all wrong. You're going about it the wrong way. And now he's kind of like flipped his tone where it's like, hey, this guy's just different, but he's got something for us and for our sport. So it's okay. So it would have just been kind of neat to talk about those sorts of things and just be a little bit about life in general and where he got his race team, hell he might even still had. Junior racing forum and championships won and everything else. You know while he was certainly a polarizing. Obviously he was beloved, but he was polarizing driver in some ways. So I suppose there was the beloved when he was racing or was he a beloved right post life? I mean he had booze, right? He well, he was the one who said it doesn't matter if they're doing your cheering just matters. If they're making noise drivers today, you probably would fit that Bill as much as anyone the way he did or. Right. Interesting. So that dill junior podcast, Dale said that his rival with you consumed him like from two thousand eight to two thousand twelve. He said, I always knew where Kyle Busch was at any point on the racetrack during that period. It was just consuming. What was it like for you to hear that? Did you know like how much it consumed him that you guys had this sort of feud going on? I would say for me, I was somewhat of that in two thousand eight because of that was the freshness of the switch, right? We're Dale came in and I went to j. jar. So of course anytime you're in practice or qualifying or the race or whatever. It's like, yeah, you wanna win. You want to beat everybody out there. But to me, it was kinda like, did we. The eighty eight. Okay, cool. But then it was kind of like then it was just all about like beaten down HMS after about, I don't know, eight, nine, ten months of that. It was kind of like, you know what? Get forget it. You know, maybe it was. Maybe it was after about seven months when I got the September and I started sucking. We totally botched the entire chase. So it was like, okay, maybe we should not think this way the more you know. So that's probably actually when it was that it was like, oh, okay, Jimmy. And Jimmy still wanna championship that you're, you know, too. So that was like another kick in the side, but it did for a little bit..

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"Well, ITO for those that have eighteen year some fan. I heard say, you know, I, I could be wearing a Ryan, Blake. Any shirt. But if Kyle came up to me and took a picture and signed something for me that I would buy an eighteen shirt and unlike look, I'm okay with people being fans of other drivers. That's fine. I have no qualms about that. I was a fan when I was growing up of the entire sport. I had Dale Jr. stuff. I had Jeff Gordon stuff. I had dealer senior stuff. I had Dale Jarrett stuff. I had Bobby Labonte stuff. The list goes on. We have Ricky Rudd stuff. The list goes on, right. I was a fan of the sport. So to me when I see somebody wearing my stuff, I'm going to go and I'm going to sign for them and take care of them. I because they're, they're wearing it like I see them. They're wearing it. It's cool that they're wearing it. I appreciate them wearing it. I know what they're putting up with from other fans, just heckling them and whatever else may happen. I even sometimes say to people within the NASCAR world that you know the reason why some fans come to the racetrack wearing no, no branding at all. Is because they're Kyle Busch fans, but they just won't wear them and stuff because they don't want to get heckled. So. Maybe even more popular than we than we realize that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. That's in my head. It doesn't have to be in anybody else's head, but that's in my head. Okay. So no, it's just it's just fun that way. And when you see kids that are wearing your gear, they don't know no better. They just either like the guy either like Kyle Busch or they like Eminem's period or whatever it might be, and that's fun, and that's cool. And that special and you try to give back to them and you do as much as you can when you're going in between places and you're going between practice and a media center and this practice and over there and you can't always get to everybody and what is so disheartening and disappointing is win. You miss a fan or you tell them, I can't get you right now. I gotta. I gotta get you later, whatever. And then they blast you or your sponsors or both on Twitter, five minutes later that you ignored them and didn't sign their stuff, and it's. Like you can't win. I I can't do everybody all the time. Like I, you just can't. If your God, you can't do that. You know? So look, I wish I could. I wish that I didn't have practices to go to. I wish that I had autograph sessions every single race weekend. Sometimes I'm outside my holler and there's people there and they're waiting, and I signed four or five things. And then I go in to talk with Adam or whatever. And there's still people out there an hour later and it's like, man. Well, I appreciate you sticking around and waiting and being patient in that regard. So you try to sign for them as you're on your way out to go to qualifying or on if you're on your way to go to your next competition thing. Like we're there for work like we have a job to do, especially in a garage area. It's very, very difficult to to be able to sign for all these folks. And I'm sure to many of the three quarter haters out there. Like I'm just making excuses right now, but it's reality, man. I'm just telling you how it is you can't please. Everybody, obviously. Right. You said recently on Twitter that you're in. Old school driver who just missed his time to raise them in the olden days. What makes you an old school driver? Just the the harshness, the brashness, the tell it as it is type way about going about things. I think a lot of guys back then kind of did that. I, I don't know, but I say that I mean guys to ask these days would be like Dale Inman or Dale Jarrett was around long enough with his dad, Ned and stuff like that, you know?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"There's a little bit of like just motivation from your fan base and also just like I gotta just put these people right, and just feel better about myself and whatever. I don't think I'm ever feeling better about myself. Don't ever think that I'm that I'm doing something and then being like, yeah, that made me feel good. It's just like, don't be so stupid. So you have a certain bluntness Kyle, which you already alluded to about your truck team at the Chicagoland speedway race weekend, I believe is after your win, actually, you were asked about how your team that perform lately. And as you said earlier, it hasn't been quite up to snuff where you wanna see this results, and this is what you said. You said it's like they're allergic to victory lane right now every week they seem to figure out a way to throw it away. We. Certainly have to get a lot better at being able to close out some of these races. And you talked about Noah. Gregson said he was good first. And second stage third stage. He wasn't there. We just have to get some wins. These guys have to show what they're made of. That's blunt and I like it as journalists. I appreciate honesty and candor and transparency. I think there's probably a segment on your fan base that pre sheet that as well, where does that come from? Why are you that way? Because some people might pull punches when they're answering a question like that and you, you don't telling the truth, there's nothing wrong with I said, right? It's like it happened again at Chicago. They were running not Chicago Kentucky. They were running first third and fourth in the first stage, and then Noah got stuck behind a lap car and followed them for two laps and gave up a three and a half. Second lead to Ben Rhodes and Ben Rhodes passed him on the last lap for a stage win. So we finished second, third and fourth, and then the results for the race ended up being Noah. Noah won the second stage, but he had a loose wheel, which for the third stage set him back. But then they all finished four. Sixth and seventh. We started first second and fourth, you know, all we keep doing is going backwards. Like you're not supposed to go backwards in a race. You're supposed to go forwards at Vegas earlier this year. We finished one, two, three. In the first stage of that race myself, a Gregson won the first stage. I was second and Spencer Davis was third will then you look at the results of the race and it was Kyle Busch one, Noah. Gregson, thirteenth, Spencer Davis fourteenth. Hello. Sorry, the truth hurts, but damn, let's go boys numbers. Don't lie. Yeah, yeah. Is that just who you are? I'm just gonna tell it like it is, and you should hear me in our meetings, man. This stuff has been gone over in our meetings. We didn't have a meeting after Kentucky because no head and appearance, and it's a short week with eldora and stuff like that. So we certainly need to have that meeting still from post Kentucky. So check your feelings at the doors centrally as what, what you would tell people who work for you? Pretty much like it's this is a results based business, and absolutely I'm not worried about anything but telling you how we need to improve and if it hurt your feelings because of that then too bad, right? Your fan base, Kyle. You said something interesting recently that it's rewarding to give back to my fans and the stuff they put up with. I tend to take care of them for what they endure. How much of would you say your relationship with your fans is sort of like an us against the world, tight bond where you know you wanna show your appreciation for them waiting out in the grandstands and wearing the eighteen gear among all the other NASCAR fans?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"There's a little bit of like just motivation from your fan base and also just like I gotta just put these people right, and just feel better about myself and whatever. I don't think I'm ever feeling better about myself. Don't ever think that I'm that I'm doing something and then being like, yeah, that made me feel good. It's just like, don't be so stupid. So you have a certain bluntness Kyle, which you already alluded to about your truck team at the Chicagoland speedway race weekend, I believe is after your win, actually, you were asked about how your team that perform lately. And as you said earlier, it hasn't been quite up to snuff where you wanna see this results, and this is what you said. You said it's like they're allergic to victory lane right now every week they seem to figure out a way to throw it away. We. Certainly have to get a lot better at being able to close out some of these races. And you talked about Noah. Gregson said he was good first. And second stage third stage. He wasn't there. We just have to get some wins. These guys have to show what they're made of. That's blunt and I like it as journalists. I appreciate honesty and candor and transparency. I think there's probably a segment on your fan base that pre sheet that as well, where does that come from? Why are you that way? Because some people might pull punches when they're answering a question like that and you, you don't telling the truth, there's nothing wrong with I said, right? It's like it happened again at Chicago. They were running not Chicago Kentucky. They were running first third and fourth in the first stage, and then Noah got stuck behind a lap car and followed them for two laps and gave up a three and a half. Second lead to Ben Rhodes and Ben Rhodes passed him on the last lap for a stage win. So we finished second, third and fourth, and then the results for the race ended up being Noah. Noah won the second stage, but he had a loose wheel, which for the third stage set him back. But then they all finished four. Sixth and seventh. We started first second and fourth, you know, all we keep doing is going backwards. Like you're not supposed to go backwards in a race. You're supposed to go forwards at Vegas earlier this year. We finished one, two, three. In the first stage of that race myself, a Gregson won the first stage. I was second and Spencer Davis was third will then you look at the results of the race and it was Kyle Busch one, Noah. Gregson, thirteenth, Spencer Davis fourteenth. Hello. Sorry, the truth hurts, but damn, let's go boys numbers. Don't lie. Yeah, yeah. Is that just who you are? I'm just gonna tell it like it is, and you should hear me in our meetings, man. This stuff has been gone over in our meetings. We didn't have a meeting after Kentucky because no head and appearance, and it's a short week with eldora and stuff like that. So we certainly need to have that meeting still from post Kentucky. So check your feelings at the doors centrally as what, what you would tell people who work for you? Pretty much like it's this is a results based business, and absolutely I'm not worried about anything but telling you how we need to improve and if it hurt your feelings because of that then too bad, right? Your fan base, Kyle. You said something interesting recently that it's rewarding to give back to my fans and the stuff they put up with. I tend to take care of them for what they endure. How much of would you say your relationship with your fans is sort of like an us against the world, tight bond where you know you wanna show your appreciation for them waiting out in the grandstands and wearing the eighteen gear among all the other NASCAR fans?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"There's a little bit of like just motivation from your fan base and also just like I gotta just put these people right, and just feel better about myself and whatever. I don't think I'm ever feeling better about myself. Don't ever think that I'm that I'm doing something and then being like, yeah, that made me feel good. It's just like, don't be so stupid. So you have a certain bluntness Kyle, which you already alluded to about your truck team at the Chicagoland speedway race weekend, I believe is after your win, actually, you were asked about how your team that perform lately. And as you said earlier, it hasn't been quite up to snuff where you wanna see this results, and this is what you said. You said it's like they're allergic to victory lane right now every week they seem to figure out a way to throw it away. We. Certainly have to get a lot better at being able to close out some of these races. And you talked about Noah. Gregson said he was good first. And second stage third stage. He wasn't there. We just have to get some wins. These guys have to show what they're made of. That's blunt and I like it as journalists. I appreciate honesty and candor and transparency. I think there's probably a segment on your fan base that pre sheet that as well, where does that come from? Why are you that way? Because some people might pull punches when they're answering a question like that and you, you don't telling the truth, there's nothing wrong with I said, right? It's like it happened again at Chicago. They were running not Chicago Kentucky. They were running first third and fourth in the first stage, and then Noah got stuck behind a lap car and followed them for two laps and gave up a three and a half. Second lead to Ben Rhodes and Ben Rhodes passed him on the last lap for a stage win. So we finished second, third and fourth, and then the results for the race ended up being Noah. Noah won the second stage, but he had a loose wheel, which for the third stage set him back. But then they all finished four. Sixth and seventh. We started first second and fourth, you know, all we keep doing is going backwards. Like you're not supposed to go backwards in a race. You're supposed to go forwards at Vegas earlier this year. We finished one, two, three. In the first stage of that race myself, a Gregson won the first stage. I was second and Spencer Davis was third will then you look at the results of the race and it was Kyle Busch one, Noah. Gregson, thirteenth, Spencer Davis fourteenth. Hello. Sorry, the truth hurts, but damn, let's go boys numbers. Don't lie. Yeah, yeah. Is that just who you are? I'm just gonna tell it like it is, and you should hear me in our meetings, man. This stuff has been gone over in our meetings. We didn't have a meeting after Kentucky because no head and appearance, and it's a short week with eldora and stuff like that. So we certainly need to have that meeting still from post Kentucky. So check your feelings at the doors centrally as what, what you would tell people who work for you? Pretty much like it's this is a results based business, and absolutely I'm not worried about anything but telling you how we need to improve and if it hurt your feelings because of that then too bad, right? Your fan base, Kyle. You said something interesting recently that it's rewarding to give back to my fans and the stuff they put up with. I tend to take care of them for what they endure. How much of would you say your relationship with your fans is sort of like an us against the world, tight bond where you know you wanna show your appreciation for them waiting out in the grandstands and wearing the eighteen gear among all the other NASCAR fans?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

NASCAR on NBC

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC

"There's a little bit of like just motivation from your fan base and also just like I gotta just put these people right, and just feel better about myself and whatever. I don't think I'm ever feeling better about myself. Don't ever think that I'm that I'm doing something and then being like, yeah, that made me feel good. It's just like, don't be so stupid. So you have a certain bluntness Kyle, which you already alluded to about your truck team at the Chicagoland speedway race weekend, I believe is after your win, actually, you were asked about how your team that perform lately. And as you said earlier, it hasn't been quite up to snuff where you wanna see this results, and this is what you said. You said it's like they're allergic to victory lane right now every week they seem to figure out a way to throw it away. We. Certainly have to get a lot better at being able to close out some of these races. And you talked about Noah. Gregson said he was good first. And second stage third stage. He wasn't there. We just have to get some wins. These guys have to show what they're made of. That's blunt and I like it as journalists. I appreciate honesty and candor and transparency. I think there's probably a segment on your fan base that pre sheet that as well, where does that come from? Why are you that way? Because some people might pull punches when they're answering a question like that and you, you don't telling the truth, there's nothing wrong with I said, right? It's like it happened again at Chicago. They were running not Chicago Kentucky. They were running first third and fourth in the first stage, and then Noah got stuck behind a lap car and followed them for two laps and gave up a three and a half. Second lead to Ben Rhodes and Ben Rhodes passed him on the last lap for a stage win. So we finished second, third and fourth, and then the results for the race ended up being Noah. Noah won the second stage, but he had a loose wheel, which for the third stage set him back. But then they all finished four. Sixth and seventh. We started first second and fourth, you know, all we keep doing is going backwards. Like you're not supposed to go backwards in a race. You're supposed to go forwards at Vegas earlier this year. We finished one, two, three. In the first stage of that race myself, a Gregson won the first stage. I was second and Spencer Davis was third will then you look at the results of the race and it was Kyle Busch one, Noah. Gregson, thirteenth, Spencer Davis fourteenth. Hello. Sorry, the truth hurts, but damn, let's go boys numbers. Don't lie. Yeah, yeah. Is that just who you are? I'm just gonna tell it like it is, and you should hear me in our meetings, man. This stuff has been gone over in our meetings. We didn't have a meeting after Kentucky because no head and appearance, and it's a short week with eldora and stuff like that. So we certainly need to have that meeting still from post Kentucky. So check your feelings at the doors centrally as what, what you would tell people who work for you? Pretty much like it's this is a results based business, and absolutely I'm not worried about anything but telling you how we need to improve and if it hurt your feelings because of that then too bad, right? Your fan base, Kyle. You said something interesting recently that it's rewarding to give back to my fans and the stuff they put up with. I tend to take care of them for what they endure. How much of would you say your relationship with your fans is sort of like an us against the world, tight bond where you know you wanna show your appreciation for them waiting out in the grandstands and wearing the eighteen gear among all the other NASCAR fans?.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Back mapra he does tuck to the inside we'll see if he could make the past now here in turn number seven chase elliott gives it plenty of breathing room move jimmy johnson up to the four spot behind that clint boyer has now gotten around kyle busch moved him up to the sixth spot so boy are now starting to make his way down to the s's as he will try to close in now on the jimmy johnson machine again we mentioned johnson now battling and locking horns with his teammate chase elliott and johnson has got around him so move him up a spot boy now we'll go into turn tan trail by kyle busch and brad keselowski clint boyer is certainly proven himself here to know my he along with denny hamlin and kurt busch of all picked up more than ten position since the drop of the green drive off turn eleven jimmy johnson's kind of whole parade right behind him and that's chase elliott boyer kyle busch and breakfast jimmy johnson got around chase elliott next in line is going to be boyer kyle busch and brad keselowski pat patterson easily the best action on the track it really is because laskey right now is they race up to the top turn to gets right to the bumper cow bush isn't going to be able to put it on him but he moves right there about a half a leaped back meanwhile writing for a clipboard your aggressive against excuse me chase elliott those two four cars rather brad put on a good show they're together two battles going on right now clinton lawyer trying to take away fifth from chase elliott trying to take away seventh brad keselowski on kyle busch boyer now looks to the inside of chase elliott two consecutive laps right here in turn seven chase elliott loses a spot also brad kazlauskas able to get around kyle busch has those two drivers advancing through the field jimmy johnson me bad gaggle of cars down through the essences they dropped that ten story drop off to get back out on the flat part of the race track right now jimmy johnson in the four spot let's call a car links back to clint boyer eight more back to chase elliott he's losing ground then it's brad keselowski cow bush kyle larson and jamie mcmurray right now riding in the tenth spot jimmy johnson for your some he got into a much better than did johnson his post that in just a little bit of race track from about fifteen cartilage down five hustle from turns.

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"kyle busch" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kyle busch" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Not on this list that would be kevin harvick no wins you at pocono wow i know isn't that weird that is weird i've really thought kevin harlan wanna pocono before nope so no wonder he was so mad about juliano punting him out of the out of the lead on the last lap that year indeed indeed so how about this carry we've got a special treat for kyle busch fans and fans of the show in general who are hoping to usher out the old carrie murphy and bringing the new generation of radio broadcaster to the show it's markets murphy cowboys fan i'm gonna throw it to you carry is you're gonna talk to them okay back on the program because kyle busch at victory lane this past weekend at the coca cola six hundred of course kyle busch's number one fan marcus murphy back on the program timeline that charlotte has wanted every track now till the next charlotte race you got all the stats in there in one shot so you know that this is he's he's wanted every track so far but basically that all goes away in the fall when they go back charlotte again because it's a road course right you are but he has won at road courses he does pretty well it's the noma and watkins glen so what do you think is chances are going to be at the wroval at charlotte if d percent chance probably all right marcus murphy kabul was number one fan putting it at a fifty percent which is probably good because at a road course you just don't know anything could happen and at this particular one they've never even raised there so who knows what's gonna happen right it could be complete chaos yet all right marcus murphy with few words on this program for some reason not as talkative as usual i'm not sure what's going on here but your boy kabua's goes to victory lane i mean that's huge he is the only driver on the list of any driver in history to to win at every track on the current schedule that's that's huge and harvick early wrecks on the track yeah you did a little cheering didn't you do when that happened yeah all right so how about this weekend kabushiki has wanted pocono kevin harvick as.

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