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Topic - J.D. Gibbs
When Joe Gibbs publicly addressed the illegal part found in Matt Kenseth's engine, the team owner was respectful of NASCAR's inspection process but adamant about the importance of not sullying Joe Gibbs Racing's reputation over an infraction he insisted was not intentional.
Joe Gibbs Racing announced Thursday that Kyle Busch has signed a long-term extension to continue driving the No. 18 Toyota Camry.
Matt Kenseth opened this season with a second victory in the Daytona 500, and it didn't take him long to establish himself as a legitimate championship contender.
The free agent picture in NASCAR got a whole lot murkier over the last week, thanks to Kurt Busch and Joey Logano.
"It's obviously a concern, and it's one of the hardest things any team does, is build motors consistently," J.D. Gibbs, president of Joe Gibbs Racing, said Monday. "But I feel good about our guys because in years past, we've had similar issues come up, and have been OK. It's just going to take some homework."
"If it were just one issue, OK, it's one fix," J.D. Gibbs said. "But when you have several different issues, it's more difficult. We've already corrected some, but there's different concerns and different projects. Some are easy and some are more involved."