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During the Nationwide race at Phoenix it was noted that Ron Hornaday had signed a letter of intent to drive for a truck series team next year. But could the four time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion be driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports next season? Following their incident at Texas, where Busch wrecked Hornaday under caution after the two made contact, the two driver have been in communication. In an interview Kevin Harvick, owner of Hornaday’s current truck, said that Busch and Hornaday had conversations though out the week. “Yeah, as far as I know, (team manager) Rick Wren called Ron and offered him the #18 truck for next year. At first it started just with him calling Ron trying to get Ron to call NASCAR so he wouldn’t lose his job. That was how all that progressed.”(Team Chevy) Could Hornaday be in a Kyle Busch owned truck? Its very possible when you consider the landscape of the truck series. If you look at the winners this year in the truck series you may notic...

Busch apologetic, remorseful after incident

The Kyle Busch apology tour hit Phoenix Friday. Appearing alongside team owner Joe Gibbs, Busch took the blame again for his actions in last week's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway which led to him being parked for a Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series race - and led to his sponsor M&M's dumping him for the final two Sprint Cup races this year...

Kyle Busch aims to manage things better

Kyle Busch has paid his penance, now it's time to move on. On Friday, one week after Busch intentionally wrecked Camping World Truck Series title contender Ron Hornaday Jr. at Texas Motor Speedway, Busch expressed regret for his actions on the track. "I'm utmost apologetic to everyone that has gone through this situation and there's no one to blame but myself,...

VIDEO: Kyle Busch Apologizes

Kyle Busch will be driving the #18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry from Joe Gibbs Racing this weekend at Phoenix. (FVP had it wrong.) Here's some of his statements, along with statements from Joe Gibbs.

Blown engine sends Kyle Busch from third to garage

Kyle Busch drove without the backing of his primary sponsor after an incident last week, then had to start at the back of the pack after changing engines in practice. Just when his weekend was starting to look a little better, he blew another engine. One of the most trying weeks of Busch's career took another downturn when a blown engine sent him from third to the garage after...

CUP: 'I Wasn't Smart' - Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch aims to manage things better...

Harvick: Kyle Busch offered Hornaday a ride in the No. 18 truck

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Kyle Busch punished for being upfront (Yahoo! Sports)

Being honest doesn't pay off for Kyle Busch, who was severely sanctioned for admitting to wrecking Ron Hornaday Jr.

All right, everybody, time to move on from Kyle Busch

It's one of the truisms of NASCAR that every major story has about a six-and-a-half-day lifespan: the time between the checkered flag of one race and the green flag of the next. With little to do between races but wait and debate, every story gets chewed into a fine paste over the course of the working week. And then, like the changing of the seasons, each new race brings a...

Rowdy video: Racing Kyle Busch

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NASCAR Notebook: Hamlin welcomes Busch back

Even though they've quarreled as teammates at Joe Gibbs Racing, Denny Hamlin wants Kyle Busch on his race team and at the track.

Race 35 Preview – 2011 Kobalt Tools 500 from Phoenix

The race: Next up is the Kobalt Tools 500 from Phoenix The story: Last time out Jeff Gordon led 138 laps to get the win and quiet skeptics that thought he was washed up. Kyle Busch didn’t wreck anyone and … Continue reading →
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