Posted October 04, 2012 on
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Kyle Busch apologized Thursday for a profanity-laced rant toward manufacturer Toyota over fuel mileage.
Busch was upset during Sunday's race at Dover because a late stop for gas cost him the victory. Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin also had to stop for gas, but winner Brad Keselowski in a Dodge and Jimmie Johnson in a Chevrolet got better mileage and didn't have to stop.
Busch said in a statement Thursday his comments about Toyota and Toyota Racing Development were ''misguided'' and he spoke out of frustration.
Busch has suffered several engine failures this season, and missed a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship field by just three points.
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Kyle Busch had the best car at Dover and yet was forced to make a late pit stop in order to finish the race. Despite leading the most laps, Kyle Busch finished seventh.
When Busch finished the race he let loose with a flurry of unkind words directed at Toyota Racing Development.
“Thank you, TRD,” he said sarcastically. “[expletive] us out of another one. Piece of [expletive...
A day after Toyota let it be known that they were unhappy with the radio communications of Kyle Busch following the Sprint Cup race at Dover the driver has released an apology. Busch was upset at the end of last weekends race after he needed to make one more pit stop then race winner Brad Keselowski. Busch led the most laps in the race but finished seventh.
When Busch finished...
Kyle Busch apologized Thursday to manufacturer Toyota for his profanity-laced rant about the fuel mileage at Dover.
Busch had to make a late stop in Sunday's race that he believed cost him the win. Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin also had to stop for gas, but winner Brad Keselowski in a Dodge and Jimmie Johnson in a Chevrolet got better mileage and didn't have to...
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. – An underrated factor in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races is the physical demands it imposes on its drivers. While some have tried to claim Sprint Cup drivers are not athletes, the reality is the physical strain each week is immense and a big factor in the success of each driver and team.
But for Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 18 M&M’s Toyota for Joe Gibbs...
Germán Quiroga will begin driving the No. 51 Toyota Tundra of Kyle Busch Motorsports this weekend at Talladega. Quiroga, a three time NASCAR Mexico Seroes champion, will finish out three of the remaining Camping World Truck Series races on the schedule.
Quiroga will have primary sponsorship from NET10 Wireless.Quiroga will also race at Texas, Phoenix as Homestead.