Former NASCAR champion Kurt Busch announced his retirement from racing at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday.
We’re taking a bit of a detour from the regular winners’ circle chat to explore some NASCAR drivers who, for various reasons, have as many haters out there in the stands as they do fans. Whether due to their on-track antics, off-track personalities, or just plain bad luck, these drivers have earned their spots on our list. Let’s buckle up and dive right in!
Like gladiators of old locked in a colosseum showdown, NASCAR drivers often find themselves engaged in heated confrontations, turning the race track into their own personal battlefield. While we all appreciate the harmonious ballet of well-executed pit stops and the poetic grace of a perfectly timed pass, let’s not kid ourselves: the rivalries are what give the sport its edge.
Former NASCAR Cup Series driver and FOX Sports analyst Kenny Wallace didn’t beat around the bush about NASCAR’s Next Gen car.
Kurt Busch announced that he will miss the beginning of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs that begins at Darlington on September 4th.
Former NASCAR Cup champion Kurt Busch announced he was not cleared to race at Indianapolis this upcoming week after he wrecked hard at Pocono during qualifying.
NASCAR officials ordered Denny Hamlin, the driver of the #11 for Joe Gibbs Racing and the co-owner of the 23XI Racing team, after he mocked Kyle Larson for the Hendrick driver causing a wreck at Talladega on the final lap of the race.