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!
38-year-old NASCAR star Kyle Busch hopes to stick around for a while to cement his legacy and someday race with his eight-year-old son
Oh NASCAR, we love to see a fair and clean race, but fans also love to watch drivers fight and cars crash too. Today, we’re covering some of the best five bump-and-runs to ever come out of NASCAR, so grab some popcorn, put on your comfy pants, and prepare to scroll away!
If you’re getting something out of Kyle Busch, you’re getting his uncensored opinion, especially when it comes to other drivers on the track.
Ahead of the NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway last weekend, Kyle Busch bluntly described the late race cautions that NASCAR has now become known for as a “complete s**tshot.”
NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick recently explained why he believes there is a lack of “respect” in the garage area that leads to multiple NASCAR Overtime restarts as recently seen at Circuit of the Americas (COTA).
Denny Hamlin reacted to comments from fellow NASCAR Cup Series competitor Alex Bowman, who described the finish of the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) race in Austin, Texas as “embarrassing.”
Ryan Preece shared his frustrations after his day was ended during NASCAR Overtime at Circuit of the Americas on Sunday.
Former NASCAR Cup Series Champion Kyle Busch shared his thoughts to NASCAR penalizing Denny Hamlin after he intentionally attempted to wreck Ross Chastain during the closing laps of the race at Phoenix Raceway.