BUSCH-HAMLIN FEUD ENDS — FOR NOW

CHARLOTTE_ Perhaps the highlight of last weekend’s Sprint All-Star Race was when Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin had a disagreement about a piece of real estate coming off Turn 2. With ten laps to go in the final segment, Busch got a run through the corner and looked to make a move on the outside of his teammate for the lead. Hamlin shut the door, forcing Busch to check up and he caught the wall. The incident killed their momentum and allowed Kurt Busch to make the w ...

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‘NEW KYLE’ ERA ENDS WITH HOMICIDE THREAT

The New Kyle Busch era ended rather emphatically this weekend in Charlotte, with a threat to murder his teammate: "Somebody better keep me away from Denny Hamlin after this race. I am going to kill that mother*&^%$. I had this race won." RIP, New Kyle Busch Era, 5/2/2010 - 5/22/2010. 5 things we learned at the all-star race (SI.com) ...

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ONE BUSCH WINS, THE OTHER WHINES

CHARLOTTE _ For Kurt Busch, Saturday night’s Sprint All-Star Race was a million dollar pay day. For younger brother Kyle Busch it was a more of a pain. While the elder Busch brother was celebrating his first All-Star Race victory with champagne and Miller Lite, Kyle was waiting in teammate Denny Hamlin’s hauler ready for a fight. During the final ten-lap segment of the 100-lap event, the No. 18 Toyota got a huge run on the outside going through turns one and two. Protecting his lead, ...

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SPRINT CUP A 3-WAY BATTLE BETWEEN KYLE BUSCH, JIMMIE JOHNSON AND DENNY HAMLIN

The Sprint Cup most likely will be won by Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson or Denny Hamlin, writes SI.com's Lars Anderson. Somewhere Kevin Harvick is punching a wall right now. Kyle Busch delivers another title-caliber run in Dover win (SI.com) ...

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BUSCH, GIBBS WIN THE WEEKEND

Taking the white flag for Sunday’s Autism Speaks 400 at Dover International Speedway, race leader Kyle Busch radioed his crew saying, “I’ve never seen a flag look so pretty.” Next time by Busch took the checkered flag for the second time of the 2010 season. Leading 131 of the 400 laps, Busch cruised to a 7.551 second victory over Jeff Burton, Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin and David Reutimann. This weekend, Busch nearly won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event, took ho ...

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LOL RACE PICS: STEALING KYLE’S FLAG

Good try, yellow M&M. A good chuck of NASCAR Nation has your back.Props to LOL Race Pics. Related links:Target practiceSasquatch Earnhardt Jr.Kyle goes to Walley WorldI'm Tony Stewart ... Ting!Kyle is the new BobDrink responsiblyThe Incredible CarlWhat Carl Edwards saidDanica Patrick FAILPhoto finish at ACSFore! ...

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NEW KYLE SHINES IN VICTORY LANE IN RICHMOND

RICHMOND, Va. _ Throughout the years Kyle Busch has been called many things. Impatient. Rowdy. Aggressive. You name it, he’s probably been called it. Yet, one thing Busch has rarely been called is patient. Saturday night in Richmond, patience was the name of the game for ‘Rowdy’ Busch. That, coupled with a newfound maturity allowed the No. 18 team to celebrate in victory lane. From the start of the race, Busch – who sat on the pole – set off on a torrid pace. Leadin ...

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LOL RACE PICS: KYLE IS THE NEW BOB

 Mark Martin used to have the same problem. (Insert Viagra joke here.) Check out more like this at LOL Race Pics. Related links:Drink responsiblyThe Incredible CarlWhat Carl Edwards saidDanica Patrick FAILPhoto finish at ACSFore! ...

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CREW CHIEFS READY FOR RAINY CONDITIONS

MARTINSVILLE, Va._ With a bleak forecast for Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series race at Martinsville, teams were forced to roll out the rain gear, car covers and heavy jackets. As the teams and fans wait and see what Mother Nature has in store for them, the strategy for Sunday’s race changes just a bit. If the race can get underway, teams will be racing to the 250-lap mark, not the scheduled 500. Once the race reaches the halfway point the race is official and can be ended and a winner decla ...

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ROGERS ADMITS FRUSTRATION, REFUSES TO BE RATTLED

BRISTOL, TENN._ To say Joe Gibbs Racing is not where they would like to be four races into the 2010 Sprint Cup season is a fairly safe assumption. In particular, Kyle Busch’s season has yet to live up to expectations. The No. 18 team has yet to finish in the top-10, is 15th in the standings and failed to break into the top-20 in any of the practice sessions this weekend in Bristol. A three time winner at the ‘World’s Fastest Half-Mile,’ Busch and crew chief Dave Rogers we ...

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