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The departure of Regan Smith from the seat of the No. 78 Chevrolet will open up a ride for Kurt Busch in 2013. Busch, the 2004 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion, has been driving the No. 1 car for Phoenix Racing.
Busch’s deal with Phoenix Racing is just for this year and team owner James Finch said a few weeks ago that the team may have to close its doors due to upcoming changes...
Furniture Row Racing has hired Kurt Busch to drive for the Colorado-based team in 2013.
Busch will replace Regan Smith in the No. 78 Chevrolet.
Busch was the 2004 NASCAR champion, but he split with Penske Racing at the end of last season because of his many off-track incidents. He spent this season driving for Phoenix Racing in the Sprint Cup series and his brother's Kyle Busch...
At New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon this past weekend, Regan Smith didn’t hide the fact that he wouldn’t be with his current NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team, the No. 78 Chevrolet of Furniture Row Racing, in 2013. He went on to say that he was in talks with other race teams, including some in the Nationwide Series.
On Monday, an announcement from Furniture Row Racing made...
DENVER, Colo. – Furniture Row Racing announced today that Kurt Busch has been hired to drive the team’s No. 78 Chevrolet during the 2013 Sprint Cup season.
Busch, a former NASCAR Cup champion, will replace Regan Smith, who joined Furniture Row Racing at the beginning of the 2009 season.
“Though we have made strides as a resourceful single-car Sprint Cup team, we are not...
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – If anyone is going to master Dover (Del.) International Speedway this weekend in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, it’s going to be the duo of Kyle Busch and his No. 54 Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) team crew chief Mike Beam. Between them, they’ve accomplished 11 wins and led 1,580 laps across NASCAR’s top three divisions on the one-mile oval, appropriately...
The Kyle Busch Motorsports No. 54 NASCAR Nationwide Series team returned to Kentucky Speedway in Sparta Saturday with hopes of improving one spot on the second-place finish they accomplished in their first “Bluegrass State” event. A strong run by Monster Energy athlete Kurt Busch led the team to believe a victory was possible, until mechanical failure sidelined their goal. While...
There’s been some speculation that RCR could expand its Sprint Cup operation to four cars (for the third time in the last several years) and sign Kurt Busch as a fourth full-time Cup driver. Owner Richard Childress has said that he and Busch have talked about the possibility and that he is open to putting [...]