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The #18 of Kyle Busch will be sponsored by Interstate Batteries this weekend at Phoenix. Busch was parked last week at Texas after intentionally wrecking Ron Hornaday under caution during a Camping World Truck series race. NASCAR later fined the driver $50,000 and kept him on probation until the end of the year.
M&M’s, the primary sponsor of Busch, opted to pull their name off of his ride for the final two races. Joe Gibbs Racing was successful in getting Interstate Batteries to assume sponsoring duties for the events at Phoenix and Homestead. An official announcement regarding this is expected tomorrow morning.
A statement released by Mars says that the M&M’s name will again be on the #18’s car in 2012 “at which time Kyle Busch will be the driver with the expectation that no future incident take place.”
Z-line Designs pulled Busch from the final Nationwide race at Homestead. It is unclear what their plans for 2012 are. That car will be run by Denny Hamlin.
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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...
Mars Inc. is removing driver Kyle Busch from the No. 18 Toyota Camry M&M's car for the final two races of the season, according to the candy company.
The action is a result of an incident in last week's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway, Mars said in a release Thursday. Busch intentionally wrecked fellow driver Ron Hornaday Jr. under caution...
AVONDALE, Ariz. -- Kyle Busch has paid his penance, now its 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.
Im utmost apologetic to everyone that has gone through this situation and theres no one to blame but myself, Busch...
One of Kyle Busch's sponsors has asked for him to be removed from the season-ending Nationwide Series race, The Associated Press has learned.
Multiple people familiar with Busch's schedule told the AP that Z-Line Designs wants to use Denny Hamlin instead of Busch in next weekend's Nationwide race at Homestead. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because Busch...
Troubles continue to mount for NASCAR driver Kyle Busch since his on-track incident with Ron Hornaday in last weekend's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.M&M's, the sponsor of the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Sprint Cup Series entry driven by Busch, has pulled its sponsorship of the car for the remaining two races on the 2011 schedule -- Sunday...
The fallout from Kyle Busch's road rage at Texas continued Thursday when one of his sponsors asked for him to be removed from the season-ending Nationwide Series race, the Associated Press has learned.
A person familiar with the plans says Kyle Busch will be allowed to race in the final two Sprint Cup Series events but not with main sponsor M&M's.
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.
Joe Gibbs says he never considered firing Kyle Busch over the drivers' road rage incident in the Truck Series race at Texas.
Kyle Busch and team owner Joe Gibbs addressed the driver's Texas
incident and ensuing reactions Friday at Phoenix International
Kyle Busch’s latest imbroglio is a big slap in the face to his teammates…
Being honest doesn't pay off for Kyle Busch, who was severely sanctioned for admitting to wrecking Ron Hornaday Jr.
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 →