Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 11/18/14

LAS VEGAS - DECEMBER 02: NASCAR driver Kurt Busch arrives at Las Vegas Motorspeedway for the Roast of four time NASCAR Champion Jimmie Johnson during Day 1 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champions Week on December 2, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images for NASCAR)
Could The Outlaw be going corporate? Kurt Busch has fought his way into the top ten in the NASCAR Sprint Cup point standings in the No. 78 Furniture Row Chevrolet. It has been a remarkable story but there is reason to believe that Busch’s first season with Furniture Row could also be his last. Busch signed with Furniture Row midway through the 2012 season on a one year deal to drive the No. 78 car. Since that time Busch has taken a team who has spent much of its Sprint Cup existence in the mid-20s to one which regularly contends for top ten finishes. That may have been enough to earn Busch another top ride in the sport. According to ESPN the team of Stewart Haas Racing has submitted an offer for Busch to drive a fourth Sprint Cup car during the 2014 season. There Busch would be teamed with Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick and Danica Patrick. SHR has never denied interest in Busch, even as the organization has said it would not bring Ryan Newman back for the 2014 season. Busch’s car under...
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  • Kurt should stay with Furniture Row he does not do well as a teammate he likes being a top dog and he makes that team a legitimate chase contender. He has tons of knowledge on how to set-up a car and him and Todd are on the same page. He should move to Denver and start new since his break with Eva.

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