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Kyle Busch will drive the Snickers Bites Toyota Camry during the NASCAR Sprint All-Star race. Busch has previously driven cars with the logos of Snickers but this is the first time that Mars has chosen to display Snickers Bites on the No. 18 car fielded by Joe Gibbs Racing.
The biggest problem with this car is the inability to read the word Snickers on the side panels which forces...
The NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race is tailor-made for a racer nicknamed "Rowdy."
Traditionally, Kyle Busch approaches every race as if there were no points on the line. For the 28-year-old phenom, it's all about the hardware. On Saturday night, that's exactly the kind of race he'll find.
It's not surprising that after leading 265 of 367 laps last Saturday...
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. – If there was one person who best described the attitude of everyone involved in Saturday night’s NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway, it would be former track President H.A. “Humpy” Wheeler, who once called it a race in which the owner of the car tells the driver, “Bring me back the trophy or the steering wheel.”
Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne have made a habit out of racing near each other in recent weeks. In both instances Kahne has seen his day ended with a torn up race car.
Speaking at Charlotte Motor Speedway in preparation for the Sprint All-Star race the driver of the No. 18 Toyota said even with the recent accidents he would not chance his approach to racing Kahne in the future.
KYLE BUSCH, No. 18 Snickers Bites Toyota Camry, Joe Gibbs Racing | Starting Position: 4th
How was the qualifying run? “Everything was pretty good right there, but felt like I gave up a little bit in the middle of (turns) three and four. Other than that, I felt like our Snickers Bites Camry was really good. Race speed was really good today and the car moved around the race track...
Kyle Busch won the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway for his fifth truck win at the track.
The race began with Jeb Burton on the pole but Kyle Busch moved to the front of the field by lap four. A caution for Joey Coulter cutting a right front tire jumbled up the field as some trucks had already began pit stops and were trapped a lap down. Notable drivers...
It may have taken awhile, but Kyle Busch is back on top of the Camping World Truck Series. He has been absent from victory lane since New Hampshire in 2011 and this win broke his seven race losing streak in the series. Busch started out running well in the race, but then a pit road mistake left him at the back of the field during the latter part of the event. He battled back to the...
NASCAR driver Carl Edwards will honor former driver Dick Trickle in Saturday night’s All-Star race when the No. 99 Ford Fusion hits the track. Instead of Edwards’ name it will be that of [...]
CONCORD, N.C. – Kurt Busch, No. 78 Furniture Row/Sealy Chevrolet SS, posted the second-fastest time of the 19 drivers who have earned spots in the 29th NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Busch ran a time of 111.297 seconds and average speed of 144.068 mph in the unique qualifying format that included three laps and a four-tire pit stop.
With Busch on the front...
The only thing that mattered on Saturday night was winning. Points, cars nothing else mattered and that is exactly what Jimmie Johnson did driving his No. 48 car to a win in the Sprint All-Star race.
NASCAR’s annual All-Star race is made up of five segments with a mandatory pit stop before the last. The first four segments are twenty laps with the last being a ten lap mad dash...
Welcome to the inaugural season of the Start ‘N’ Park Blog Pick ‘Em Challenge. This will take place all year long and will feature our esteemed panel of experts who will pick a winner in the series running that weekend.
For this weekend it is just the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series running the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 Friday night.
Points will be given based...
Carl Edwards won the pole for Saturday night’s Sprint All-Star Race from Charlotte with a time of 111.297 seconds. Kurt Busch, Greg Biffle, Kyle Busch, and Joey Logano round out the top five starting positions. The event will be live on SPEEDTV at 9 PM EST.
Furniture Row/Sealy Chevrolet...