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Spokane at Martinsville Speedway this weekend? That's correct as the No. 78 Furniture Row Chevrolet wheeled by Kurt Busch unloads with knowledge gained from two days of testing at Spokane County Raceway.
Kurt Busch has a temper problem, the sort that makes him threaten to punch people during interviews. As much as celebrity divas are celebrated in the media Bush’s shenanigans seem out of place in the world of NASCAR. He’s a man of fiery distinction. This month he appeared for the second consecutive year as the only representative from the motorsports world on Forbes’ list of “America’s Most Disliked Athletes.”
With a strong push from defending series champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kurt Busch took the checkered flag in a wild race that ended with Austin Dillon wrecking in the tri-oval as Busch crossed the finish line.
Kurt Busch delivered the first-ever NASCAR Nationwide Series victory to the team owned by his brother, Kyle Busch. The win was Busch's fourth in the series and his first on a short track. Hamlin came up two feet short after a phenomenal drive from the rear of the field after a pit road mistake.
The team will evaluate its options for the driver of the No. 22 Sprint Cup Series car in the future while Kurt Busch will seek new opportunities with another race team.
NASCAR champion, Kurt Busch, qualified his NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Pro Stock machine into the field for this weekend's Gatornationals. The 2004 Sprint Cup Series champion nabbed the 12th quickest pass on the famed Gainsville, Florida track.
Kurt Busch will be competing against the world’s best Pro Stock drivers, including current points leader and recent Winternationals winner Jason Line, defending world champ Greg Anderson, and veteran racer Allen Johnson, who has been Busch’s mentor through testing and will provide engines for the new team.
The first competitive NASCAR race held on the new pavement was a thrilling speed-show at Daytona International Speedway.
Kurt Busch will not be idle this weekend while his fellow NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitors enjoy some time off. The driver of the Miller Lite Dodge and winner of the most recent stop on the series is heading to Florida to race in the NHRA Full Throttle Gatornationals-his first career start on the drag racing series.