Kyle Busch: Gone Sailing

Some races, we see a great racer take a less than perfect car and will it to victory. Some races, a driver gets a great car and whips the field into submission. Kyle Busch can thank the guys at the shop at Joe Gibbs Racing for his dominating victory at the 2018 running of the Coca-Cola 600. "Adam Stevens and everybody on this Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota was just on it, and that M&M's Camry was fast and wanted to stay up front, and it was pretty easy to do that with something driving so go ...

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Kevin Harvick Makes History, Makes Statement

Mission accomplished. After all hoo ha about his win at Las Vegas, Kevin Harvick determined he would race with a purpose at Phoenix. While he didn't have a dominant car, Happy did what he does best: get close and take over at the end. In doing so, Kevin Harvick scored his 40th career victory in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. That ties the 42-year old from the Bakersfield area with Mark Martin. For those of you keep track, among the hundreds who've donned firesuits in the NASCAR Cup ...

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2018 Team Preview: The Kids Are Alright At Joe Gibbs Racing

[caption id="attachment_686814" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/SRIPerformance[/caption] There seems to be a recurring theme as we gear up for the 2018 campaign for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Youth is being served. Such is also the case at Joe Gibbs Racing. In the 20 car, Erik Jones takes over for Matt Kenseth. In spite of his status as a former champion, it's really hard to argue the move. Sponsors love young drivers in pursuit of that millen ...

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Kyle Busch May Be “That One Guy”

That one guy. It was Jimmie Johnson in 2007. After a somewhat non-descript season, it was Tony Stewart in 2011. Brad Keselowski was that one guy in 2012. That one guy in NASCAR circles is that one guy who finds a higher gear come what we now call playoff time. This season, it sure looks like Kyle Busch may be that one guy. Save for circumstances beyond his control at Chicagoland Speedway, Busch has been beastly, adding his name to a list that includes Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Larson of s ...

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Politically Incorrect NASCAR Driver? Kyle Busch Is Your Man

Looking for a politically incorrect NASCAR driver? A number of fans have lamented they no longer exist. Do you read all the laments by fans that racers have become corporate friendly automatons? Yes, NASCAR has developed- perhaps to its detriment- a more polished look over the years. Rugged Richard Petty has given way to genteel Jimmie Johnson. Yes, NASCAR and its participants have recognized the need to represent their benefactors (read that "sponsors") well. That means effusive thanksgi ...

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