Kyle Busch's thrilling move in the final few hundred feet of the Truck Series season opener led to his 99th win outside NASCAR's top series.
The victory infuriated many fans. NASCAR heard them loud and clear.
NASCAR said Saturday it is looking at potentially limiting the number of second- and third-tier event Sprint Cup regulars can run during the season. Officials have already talked about a potential rules adjustments, and Busch's win Friday night surely will lead to more discussions.
Maybe even a change.
''We're definitely aware of the fan messaging we get,'' said Steve O'Donnell, NASCAR's senior vice president of racing operations. ''There's a balance, especially talking to the tracks, of having a Cup driver or two in the Trucks or Nationwide. ... We have had discussions with the race teams about ownership and should Cup drivers get points and we've looked at should they be limited in the number of races.
''It's something we are really studying.''
Busch has 63 wins in the ...