KYLE BUSCH TEACHES TRAFFIC SCHOOL

Recently Kyle Busch was cited for reckless driving when he was clocked at 128mph in a 45mph zone. Busch's ticket is the latest in a long line of race car driver public driving fails. The younger, impetuous Busch would have just flown the bird when caught speeding, but as an older, more mature driver, Kyle chose a different tone. Busch taught a Saturday session of traffic school at Charlotte's Safety First Traffic School in order to enter back into his fans good graces and demonstrate his remor ...

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KYLE BUSCH APOLOGIZES FOR SPEEDING INCIDENT

CONCORD, N.C._ Joe Gibbs Racing’s Kyle Busch apologized for his actions and lack of judgment that led to a speeding ticket of 128 mph in a 45 mph zone on Tuesday in Iredell County, North Carolina. “I’m certainly sorry that it happened and my actions led me to speed,” he said. “It was a lack of judgment and all I can do is apologize to the public, my friends, my fans, my sponsors and everybody, look at this experience as a learning experience, and to move forward.&rd ...

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NASCAR SPRINT ALL-STAR RACE: WHERE WAS THE ACTION?

CONCORD, N.C._ By the look of Carl Edwards' race winning car, it appeared the 2011 Sprint All-Star Race had lived up to it's promises. But looks can be deceiving.The television hyped the All-Star Race up as a race where “the gloves come off” and “revenge” could be had. Charlotte Motor Speedway used terms like “showdown” and called it a race where “it will all be settled for $1 million.” Yet in the end, the only fireworks came from&nb ...

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REGAN SMITH WINS AS ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE

Regan Smith took the checkered flag for the second time in his career during Saturday night’s Southern 500 in Darlington, yet it was the first time he was able to go to Victory Lane. Looking as if he scored the win in the October 2008 Talladega race, Smith was instead penalized and his first career win was taken away. Saturday night, in one of the most prestigious races in all of NASCAR, there was no doubt the 27-year-old driver of the No. 78 Furniture Row Chevrolet belonged in the winner& ...

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GORDON WRECK AT RICHMOND EXPOSES SAFETY ISSUES

If there is a wall on a NASCAR track without a SAFER barrier on it, chances are Jeff Gordon is going to find it. Saturday night in Richmond, he did just that.Running in the top five for much of the first 300 laps, Gordon was turned as the field wrecked racing down the backstretch following a restart with 100 laps to go. When Matt Kenseth, Clint Bowyer and Paul Menard got together running three wide, the No. 17 caught Gordon’s No. 24 in the left rear and sent him sliding down towards the in ...

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