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The addition of Kurt Busch to the racing stable of Stewart-Haas is official. Busch joins car owner Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick and Danica Patrick all under one roof. They won't be lacking for personality, that's for sure. One of the questions has to be: How on earth will they all get along?Tony Stewart has had his run in's with the media. Kurt Busch's cost him a ride not too long ago. Danica and Happy aren't exactly wallflowers that will let the other two walk all over them. A review of not so ancient history shows that Harvick and Busch were once bitter rivals. How will it all work? "You know, I got a bunch of phone calls, of course, in the last couple weeks." Busch said yesterday. "The last one before I came in here today was Kevin Harvick. 10 years ago we weren't in a place in our careers to do this. We've had different roads we've been on, but at the same time they've paralleled one another because we were rookies together.&qu...
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Gene Haas, the founder and co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing, did something unusual during Tuesday's press conference to announce Kurt Busch as the team's fourth driver for 2014: He spoke with a level of candor rarely heard at NASCAR events these days.
And he made it abundantly clear that he was calling the shots for the team, at least at the moment.
Haas admitted that his...
Gene Haas wanted to build a dream team, with an opportunity to see his name in Victory Lane. He wasn't going to let Tony Stewart stand in his way of making that happen.
Haas admitted Tuesday he went rogue in courting Kurt Busch for a non-existent fourth team at Stewart-Haas Racing while Stewart was incapacitated with a broken leg earlier this month. When he finally brought his...
Kurt Busch has signed a multi-year deal to drive for Stewart-Haas Racing.
Busch, 35, told FOX Sports on Monday, "It's inked."
Busch, the 2004 Sprint Cup champion, has 24 career Cup wins and currently drives for Furniture Row Racing. He is 12th in the Sprint Cup points standings.
"This is the situation that every driver wants to be in," Busch said. "...
Multiple reports have confirmed that Stewart-Haas Racing has reached a multi-year deal to have Kurt Busch join the organization next season. Rumors started to spread over the last few weeks that Busch was offered a spot on the team. Now, the details have been sketched out and Busch is heading[...]
Kurt Busch has signed with Stewart-Haas Racing for 2014 and beyond. “I’m going to Stewart Haas,” Busch told ESPN.com Monday morning. “I’ve signed my deal.” SHR will formally announce the signing Monday
It was made official on Tuesday that Kurt Busch would be joining Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2014 Sprint Cup Series and beyond. Busch was introduced by team co-owner Gene Haas and team competition director Greg Zipadelli. During the press conference there was a lot of interesting revelations and observations. Right[...]
Indianapolis, IN- The rumors that Kurt Busch would head to Stewart/Haas Racing are now officially true.
Busch and SHR agreed to a multi-year deal beginning in 2014 for Busch to join the now four car team.
The 2004 Sprint Cup Series champion will join co-owner Tony Stewart, Danica Patrick and Kevin Harvick in 2014 and beyond. The move though is somewhat a slap in the face to current...
Stewart Haas Racing made it official today in hiring Kurt Busch to drive for them next year.
Earnhardt Gnassi Racing though on Friday is going to name who will be the 2014 driver of the #42 car.
Martin Truex Jr. is going to be racing with a cast at Atlanta as he got injuried at the Bristol race.
On Tuesday, Stewart-Haas Racing will officially announce Kurt Busch
will be its fourth driver in 2014. And itâs
possible the 35-year-old Las Vegas native has never been happier.
"This is the situation that every driver wants to be
in,â Busch told FOX Sports on Monday.
âTo have an owner like Gene Haas calling and
asking you to come and race how you know how to...
Well, it's been a whirlwind few days here for Kurt Busch and his future. He got the call from Gene Haas and Tuesday the announcement was made that Kurt will be leaving the Furniture Row team and joining Stewart-Haas Racing at the end of the year.
If you listened to the press conference, it's interesting because it had a different spin than most people realize. Gene Haas...
Now that the announcement was made earlier this week that Kurt Busch will be joining Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014, the question on a lot of fans' minds is whether Ryan Newman will now take Kurt's seat.
It offers an interesting dynamic here.
We know that Richard Childress was courting Ryan as a possible fourth team for his organization. You already know that Furniture Row...