Updated Oct 31, 2021 at 9:26pm. Getty Kyle Busch (left) and Brad Keselowski (right) both missed the championship four. The driver of the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry is not happy with a
Kyle Busch, the pole-sitter for the Xfinity Series’ Irsh Hills 250 at Michigan, was in a Lap 1 accident after he made contact with Brad Keselowski as the …
Kyle Busch explained why he gets along with Kyle Larson on the race track but not Brad Keselowski. Larson and Busch made contact twice during a thrilling final lap at Chicago on Sunday. The two
Enter Brad Keselowski. During the second stage of today’s Cup Series Goodyear 400 at Darlington Raceway, Brad Keselowski got into the wall and lost control, and there was nothing Kyle could do to avoid it. Making contact on his left front, Kyle is done for the day. Brad Keselowski slams the wall and Kyle Busch has nowhere to go.
Kyle Busch Goes Off After Contact From Brad Keselowski. vantunews 1st November, 2021 #Heavy Kyle Busch has just made some strong comments about Brad Keselowski. He called out the driver for late contact and made a comment about beating him up. Read on the original site . Latest News Today. Statistically, Democrats and Republicans hate …
After an issue with Brad Keselowski off turn 2, he makes contact with Kyle Busch ending both their days at Darlington Raceway. 5 MINUTES … Read more on foxsports.com
It didn’t take long for Brad Keselowski to show just what he thought about Kyle Busch. During his first full-time Cup Series season in 2010, he revealed as much during driver intros at Bristol Motor Speedway after he announced himself, then proceeded to say, “Kyle Busch is an ass.”. While most fans remember last year’s second race at Martinsville for the …
Kyle Busch goes for a spin after contact with fellow front-row starter, Brad Keselowski, headed into Turn 1 at the start of the race at Michigan.
As was the case with Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski endured a disappointing Daytona 500 debut. He finished 36 th in 2010 after cutting a tire a few laps into the race and wrecking. Two years later, Keselowski gained fame by tripling his Twitter following in a matter of hours by tweeting from the Daytona 500. Thirty-four races later, he posted more
Alex Bowman spun Denny Hamlin with seven laps to go and held off Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski to win the race. Bowman didn’t have to do a whole lot of defending as Busch and Keselowski were beating and banging behind him, with the No. 2 hitting the left rear of the No. 18 and knocking him into the wall coming out of turn 4.
Then, Brad Keselowski decided to become a little cheeky and take a sly dig at Kyle Busch. When Busch had the microphone, he declared that he was ready to win it again at the Bristol Motor Speedway. However, when Keselowski had the mic, he said, “Brad Keselowski, driver of the Penske Racing Dodge, Kyle Busch is an a**!”.
Brad Keselowski criticizes Kyle Busch’s behavior. Kyle Busch’s terse comments and microphone drop after a second-place finish in the Coca-Cola 600 has sparked an ongoing debate about what the limits of passion are. Busch said Friday he’s not always gracious, but said the actions are a reflection of how much he cares.
We already covered the scene of the of the Hamlin/Bowman beef (full story here), but perhaps even more explosive was the post race message Kyle Busch had for Brad Keselowski. Brad slammed into the back of Kyle’s #18 car after the final turn, and since there was no chance of him (or Kyle) making it into the Championship round at that point, Rowdy …
Kyle Busch has been punished by NASCAR after using an insensitive word to describe rival Brad Keselowski. The crash at Martinsville on Nov. 1, 2021. Busch was not issued a fine and will be allowed
FIRST MEETING. Kyle and I first crossed paths in August 2001 at Indianapolis Raceway Park, but I’d heard about him well before that. Back in 2000, Roush Racing had won the truck championship, and their team — which was very successful — was based out of Michigan. In 2001, they were looking for new drivers.
Brad Keselowski traded paint with pole-sitter Kyle Busch, suffered a pit road penalty but still battled back to finish 15th at Watkins Glen on Sunday.
Busch was furious with Brad Keselowski after making contact with the driver at the NASCAR Cup playoff race at Martinsville ... sounding off to reporters following his 2nd-place finish. "He drills my ass coming out of (turn) 4 for no reason," Busch said after the race.
Larson and Busch made contact twice during a thrilling final lap at Chicago on Sunday. The two drivers weren’t mad at each other after the race — though Busch might have been had Larson won — and Larson admitted that Busch had fair game to hit him in the final two corners after the contact Larson initiated in turns 1 and 2.
More trouble for NASCAR -- Kyle Busch is apologizing for using the r-word in a post-race interview on Sunday ... saying he should have never used the derogatory term.
Last September, Kyle Busch was involved in a crash at Darlington Raceway. While frustrated, he drove his damaged car back to the garage area. Along his way, he cut the entry to the garage area and ran over cones at an unsafe speed while doing so.