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Penske Racing confirms that Steve Addington is no longer with the organization as of today. This ends his stint as crew chief to Kurt Busch the last two years. Before that he had the pleasure of working with another ornery … Continue reading →

Kurt Busch isn't a fan of Dr. Jerry Punch

((ht: usatoday))Okay. Then there is this.It appears, at least on video that either Kurt Busch doesn't care for ESPN NASCAR pit reporter Dr. Jerry Punch...or he is agitated that he's having to wait for the director to call for their live interview during Sunday's broadcast of the Homestead race.The original story from USA Today RIGHT HEREIn this video you can hear Busch...

Kurt Busch's crew chief quits

Kurt Busch has lost his second crew chief in three seasons. Penske Racing confirmed Tuesday crew chief Steve Addington has left the organization. He joined Penske before the 2010 season after spending two seasons working with Busch's younger brother, Kyle. Addington guided the 2004 NASCAR champion to four victories and spots in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship the...

Penske sorry for Kurt Busch outburst

Penske Racing has issued a formal apology to a NASCAR pit reporter after a web video surfaced showing Kurt Busch having an outburst. "Penske Racing extends its apologies to Dr. Jerry Punch, our media partners and our sponsors and fans for Kurt Busch's inappropriate actions in Homestead on Sunday," the statement said. "These actions do not represent Penske Racing...

Kurt Busch's antics cloud offseason

Kurt Busch learned a valuable lesson. No matter where he goes, Busch must always assume that the cameras are on. On Sunday, Busch had a heated, expletive-laced exchange in the garage at Homestead-Miami Speedway with veteran ESPN reporter Jerry Punch. And the longer Busch was held up, the more irate he became. Punch attempted to make small talk to engage the driver while waiting...

Kurt Busch didn’t want to give ESPN an interview Sunday

Kurt Busch's public level of frustration after he broke a transmission on lap three of Sunday's Ford 400 might have reached a new high. And no, we're not kidding. Busch was captured on video by a fan in the garage waiting with ESPN pit reporter Dr. Jerry Punch for an interview with ESPN after he exited his car. Busch repeatedly directed expletives at Punch and the ESPN...

Steve Addington to Stewart Hass Racing #14?

Darian Grubb was told following the race at Charlotte that he was not going to be back as the crew chief of the #14 driven by Tony Stewart. The team continued an impressive run in the final ten races, known as the Chase, and captured the NASCAR Sprint Cup title. Still Grubb was already out the door. Next in the door may be Steve Addington. Many insiders such as David Newton of ESPN...

Steve Addington quits as Kurt Busch's crew chief

Kurt Busch has lost his second crew chief in three seasons.

Steve Addington quits as Kurt Busch's crew chief

Penske Racing says Kurt Busch's crew chief has left the organization.

Steve Addington quits as Kurt Busch's crew chief (AP)

Penske Racing says Kurt Busch's crew chief has left the organization.

Addington leaves Penske, Busch

After a couple of seasons atop the pit box for Penske Racing’s No. 22 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team with driver Kurt Busch, Steve Addington has parted ways with the organization. After a two year stint working as crew chief for Busch’s brother, Kyle Busch, and the No. 18 Sprint Cup team at Joe Gibbs Racing, Addington joined Penske Racing prior to the start of the 2010 season...

Addington no longer crew chief for Kurt Busch

The Sprint Cup Series version of musical chairs for crew chiefs is in full swing as Penske Racing president Tim Cindric confirmed that Steve Addington will not return as the crew chief for Kurt Busch.

Crew Chief Leaves Top NASCAR Team

The 2011 NASCAR season may be over, but Silly Season has just begun.  Silly Season is what we like to call the off-season when teams start making changes to their organizations.  Let's take a look at the current crew chief changes, and the rumors that are circulating in the Sprint Cup Series world. Sunday, after Tony Stewart and his No. 14 Stewart Haas team won the Championship...

NASCAR opens and closes 2012 season with a bang

NASCAR opened its season with a fresh-faced Daytona 500 winner and ended it with one of the most thrilling championship race in series history. In between, there was conflict, controversy and, most important, compelling competition - none more so than Sunday's season finale. Tony Stewart grabbed his third NASCAR championship with a determined drive at Homestead, where he passed...
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