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LAS VEGAS - DECEMBER 02: NASCAR driver Kurt Busch arrives at Las Vegas Motorspeedway for the Roast of four time NASCAR Champion Jimmie Johnson during Day 1 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champions Week on December 2, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Two weeks from now, Kurt Busch will leave Team Tiger Blood behind. Instead of channeling his inner Charlie Sheen once he arrives at Charlotte Motor Speedway, he's expected to receive guidance from former University of Colorado coach Bill McCartney, founder of Promise Keepers. Yes, life is about to change. Busch will trade in his Phoenix Racing threads as he takes over driving duties in the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing ride. "I had the wrong approach in the beginning of the season," Busch said. "I was following my Zen master Charlie Sheen, but that didn't go very well." The "fun factor" Busch hoped to discover with Phoenix Racing quickly evaporated as the driver overdrove the equipment, searching for a level of competitiveness he had become accustomed to in the past. Consequently, the team's car inventory disappeared quickly and taxed the limited resources of the Spartanburg, SC, squad. Still, Busch is grateful for the opportunity team owner James Finch afforded him this year -- a...
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