Found June 07, 2012 on Tireball.com:
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Kurt Busch prepares to drive the #51 car during practice for the Feed the Children Prelude to the Dream at Eldora Speedway on June 6, 2012 in Rossburg, Ohio. (June 5, 2012 - Source: Chris Graythen/Getty Images North America) Kyle Busch finally found a way to win the Prelude to the Dream but it’s the comment of his brother Kurt that perked up everyone’s ears. Since the late model dirt race at Eldora was not a NASCAR race;  Busch who was suspended for the race weekend at Pocono was allowed to participate. David Reutimann will drive the #51 car this weekend and Busch will meet with team owner James Finch on Tuesday to discuss his future with the team. Unfortunately for Busch he didn’t last past the heat race in the Prelude. His beaten car was dropped from the race. None of that however stopped Busch from delivering the gem of the night. Busch compared missing the nights main event to “premature ***********” and in case you are wondering yes the video is below.
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