Found June 07, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
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Kurt Busch is on a roll. At the rate he’s going, we hope he never stops. An already bad week got worse for Busch on Wednesday when he was unable to participate in the actual race of the annual Prelude to the Dream pay-per-view event. During a warmup heat for the dirt track race that raises money for charity, Busch was caught up in two incidents and his car was damaged so much that he could not take part in the main event. After the heat, Busch expressed his disappointment in an extremely eloquent way. “All four quarters of this car got messed up and it was over before it started,” Busch explained. “This is pay-per-view, right? I don’t want to cuss, but I want to say that was more like premature *********** right there.” As you may have heard, Busch is suspended for this weekend’s race at Pocono because he blew up on a reporter after a Nationwide race last weekend. I’m sure the reporter at the Prelude to the Dream race was happy he got away with only having to listen to a lousy joke...
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