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Kurt Busch, driver of the #78 Furniture Row Racing/Farm American Chevrolet, met with members of the media at Charlotte Motor Speedway and discussed his expectations this weekend, the plan for the next six weeks and other topics.
HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU LOOKED AT YOURSELF IN THE MIRROR? “(Laughs) It feels great to settle in with these guys and get six races under our belt this year. It’s great, 2013 for us, starts today.”
WHAT DO YOU PLAN TO FOCUS ON FOR THESE SIX RACES? “The basic core concept is just to get familiar with everything, communication, the process on how the team operates through some of their sequences of changes with the car. All the information that I have from my days at Penske, my days at Roush and then working with some of the Hendrick guys this year. All that information I need to be able to digest and give to them the right way. It’s all just what I have in my head. You are not really able to take your trade secrets as far as paper. But what I have in my mi...
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It wasn't the debut Kurt Busch had hoped for in the No. 78 Furniture Row Chevrolet.
Busch qualified 21st and ran as high as 12th in the early stages of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Bank of America 500 Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but was forced to settle for 21st after a series of setbacks.
The first came when trash from the track built up on the front of his car.
Kurt Busch’s run with Phoenix Racing ended on lap 98 while leading at Talladega. A spin into the wall after running out of gas brought the #51 Phoenix Racing Chevy to the garage for the remainder of the race.
Busch said he had climbed from his car and checked the damage and believed he could drive it back to the garage when he pulled away from the safety workers.
After being checked...
Former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kurt Busch will make his Furniture Row Racing debut in Saturday night’s Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The agreement with the Denver-based Furniture Row Racing calls for Busch to drive the team’s No. 78 Chevrolet in the final six Sprint Cup races of 2012 and during the 2013 campaign. “This weekend begins a new chapter...
DENVER, Colo. – Former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kurt Busch will make his Furniture Row Racing debut in Saturday night’s Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The agreement with the Denver-based Furniture Row Racing calls for Busch to drive the team’s No. 78 Chevrolet in the final six Sprint Cup races of 2012 and during the 2013 campaign.
Team owner James Finch was all smiles on Thursday at Charlotte Motor Speedway -- and it had nothing to do with the red Solo cup in his hand.
Finch celebrated a new driver in the seat -- and in Kurt Busch's absence, a new chapter -- at Phoenix Racing by wrapping a smiley face on the hood of the unsponsored No. 51 Chevrolet.
"If you wreck 25 cars this year, you haven'...
If you thought Kurt Busch was going to a single-car team, think again — sort of.
Busch recently signed on with Furniture Row Racing, a single-car operation based in Denver, Colo., but Furniture Row has a strong alliance with Richard Childress Racing as a customer for engines, chassis and technical support.
Busch will run the next six races with Furniture Row, having replaced...
Kurt Busch finished 21st in his Furniture Row Racing debut...