Posted August 27, 2012 on AP on Fox
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer Kyle Busch seems awfully unhappy these days. That's unfortunate for Busch, and it's bad for NASCAR. It's been a stressful summer for Busch, who finds himself clinging to one of the wild card spots for the 12-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. Not qualifying for NASCAR's title-deciding series isn't the end of the world - Busch missed the cut in 2009 and lived to tell about it - but it's a colossal failure for a driver of his caliber. So, yeah, his fun meter was flat over the weekend at Bristol. He disliked changes to the track, didn't want to discuss an incident at Watkins Glen with Brad Keselowski he has yet to address and wasn't willing to go in depth about his shaky Chase chances. ''We've got three weeks. Chill out,'' he said when asked about the importance of getting a win at Bristol. Busch didn't win, though, and now he's down to two weeks to cl...
1 Comment:
  • the problem with kyle is nascar he can't even scratch his A$$ nascar will fine him put him on probation or suspend him, or richard C will whip his butt that was kyle biggest mistake in his career in nascar he needed to fight back with Richard C win lose or draw but you have to fight back. Could use a swamp pipe
    or something. But its still not to late kyle geter done


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