Found March 29, 2012 on Fox Sports:
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Short-track racing is back this weekend as NASCAR heads to Martinsville Speedway. And when drivers start racing around in tight confines, that can mean only one thing: Tempers are going to flare. Who will be the first to blow up? I think you have to start at the head of the class and look at Kyle Busch, who hasn't had the season he's accustomed to. Competitors have to know that it's going to be easy to get Busch frustrated because he has not gone to Victory Lane in either Sprint Cup or Nationwide competition so far this year. It's early in the year, but we've gotten so accustomed to seeing him win that it's rare when he gets off to a start like he has this year. I mean, look at California: He led 80 of 129 laps in the rain-shortened Cup race Sunday, and he led 13 laps Saturday but was running up front for a long stretch of the day in the Nationwide Series event. But he left without a win. That has to frustrate you as a driver, particularly someone as comp...
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