Kurt Busch would like to try racing 1,100 miles some Memorial Day weekend.
He's even asking for help.
Ten minutes after arriving in Indianapolis, the 2004 Cup champion wasted no time in speaking his mind Wednesday. He told reporters during a seat-fitting that he would be interested in competing in the Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600 on the same day -- if race organizers can work out the logistics.
''It's unique and I know he (Tony Stewart) wants to get back in the 500,'' Busch said. ''I know there's a business side to it and if we could get the (start) times sorted out, I think you'd get more interest from drivers, teams and sponsors because that's what the fans want to see.''
Stewart, Robby Gordon and John Andretti are the only drivers who have ever made the attempt. None of the three wound up winning either race. Busch could be the next one to try, and he's scheduled to test Ryan Hunter-Reay's car Thursday on Indy's 2.5-mile oval even though he's not scheduled to drive in t...