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Kurt Bush wanted to beat the s#!t out of Sporting News reporter Bob Pockrass following his fourth-place finish in the Nationwide Series race at Dover.
During a post-race interview, Pockrass pressed Busch about a dispute he had with driver Justin Allgaier.
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During Saturday’s Nationwide race at Dover, Kurt Busch may have found himself a new nemesis in young driver Justin Allgaier. According to Busch, Allgaier thought Busch hit him to start the race and was trying to get back at him for it throughout the rest of the afternoon. The two exchanged words after the race before Busch went off on a Sporting News reporter for asking him about...
Some athletes don't like reporters, but it's very rare for them to want to actually cause harm or injury. That's not the case for NASCAR driver Kurt Busch. Busch let his emotions get the best of him after he finished fourth in Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway. Sporting News reporter Bob Pockrass asked Busch whether he changed his style...
Well that didn’t take long, Kurt Busch managed to get himself suspended from next weeks race at Pocono. It seems that getting fired from two race teams and being put on probation this season was enough to wake up Kurt Busch.
I feel bad for Phoenix Racing. As the season began they had sponsorship, faith in a man who has screwed up every other opportunity, and possibly their...
Kurt Busch is one of the most talented drivers in NASCAR. He's a former Series champion and winner of over 20 Sprint Cup races. However, he is also one of the biggest jerks in sports. His list of feuds with other drivers is a mile long, as are his incidents of vulgar, abrasive abuse of reporters, crew members, and people in general. After his most high-profile instance...
The news that Kurt Busch was suspended by NASCAR for his actions following the Nationwide series race at Dover International Speedway may not come as that big of a surprise given the attention it grabbed nationwide. It was a foolish moment at a time when discretion would have been the better part of valor.
The saddest part of the story is that he had the opportunity to race at...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR has suspended driver Kurt Busch until June 13 of this year and extended his NASCAR probation until Dec. 31 for his actions following the NASCAR Nationwide Series race June 2 at Dover International Speedway.
Kurt Busch violated Section 12-1 (Actions detrimental to stock car racing; violation of probation; verbal abuse to a media member) of the 2012...
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NASCAR has suspended Phoenix Racing Sprint Cup driver Kurt Busch for this weekend's race at Pocono. Busch verbally abused a member of the media following Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Dover.
In addition to the suspension, NASCAR has extended Busch's probation through the end of the year. The probation was originally set to end July...
This track-side question seemed legit, but Mr. Busch would have none of it. Is this the face NASCAR wants to put on racing?
NASCAR has suspended driver Kurt Busch until June 13 and extended
his NASCAR probation until Dec. 31 for his actions following the
NASCAR Nationwide Series race June 2 at Dover International
By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @Tobalical
The moment we all figured was on the verge of happening came through on Monday. After recent issues on the track - and off the track – Kurt Busch has pushed the envelope just far enough to warrant a suspension from NASCAR.
NASCAR released a statement today:
NASCAR has suspended driver Kurt Busch until June 13 of this year and...
Kurt Busch and girlfriend Patrica Driscoll
Kurt Busch made headlines again this weekend for the wrong reasons. Today NASCAR has punished the driver for verbal abuse to a media member following his words to reporter Bob Pockrass following a fourth place run in Saturday’s Nationwide race.
This comes after Busch had been placed on probation and fined $50,000 after during a burnout...