• Wed. Apr 24th, 2024

    “The only guy that said no was my former boss.” – Kyle Busch candidly takes swipe at Ex boss Joe Gibbs 

    Kyle Busch candidly takes swipe at Ex boss Joe Gibbs 

    Kyle Busch the only current driver with numerous Cup titles, was not able to agree to terms on a new deal at Joe Gibbs Racing where he has been since the 2008 season.

    The 37-year-old won two Cup titles while also building Toyota’s most successful truck team in the process.

    Bush a two-time NASCAR Cup Series champion announced Tuesday he will drive for Richard Childress Racing come next season in 2023, ending his 15-season run with JGR.

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    “I’ll be taking my talents to Welcome, North Carolina, to drive the No. 8 car starting in 2023,” Busch said at a news conference.

    Kyle Busch also took a swipe at his former boss at JGR Joe Gibbs in his RCR announcement.

    He spoke about his plans to follow his brother Kurt Busch footsteps to race in Indy 500 something Busch always wanted to try. 

    Busch says his wife Samantha is okay with it however, not his former boss. 

    “I can do it. Any Chevrolet IndyCar teams, call me up.” Busch said

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    He says Samantha is okay with it.

    “The only guy that said no was my former boss.” – he added

    Busch even said he would have driven for below his market value in order to get a deal agreed however,  there was no progress on a deal  to keep him in 2023 and Kyle Busch was forced to find a new Cup Series team.

    The Indy 500 would have been a remarkable opportunity for Busch that was halted  by Joe Gibbs.

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