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Latest Kyle Busch Items
There's debate as to where a driver wants to be in the race to the Sprint Cup title.
Brad Keselowski had fuel to spare for a couple of victory burnouts.
Denny Hamlin stepped out of his car, pointed into the air and took a mighty swing of an invisible baseball bat. Like Babe Ruth did before him (or so the legend goes), Hamlin had called his shot.
Jeff Gordon came into the media center after winning the pole in New Hampshire and found that the moderator was not yet at his post.
Kyle Busch _ and not brother Kurt _ was behind the wheel of the No. 54 Toyota for Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland Speedway.
Four-time series champion Jeff Gordon felt like his hopes were dead in the water when NASCAR red-flagged his last chance to get into the playoffs because of rain at Richmond International Raceway.
With his season essentially on the line, Jeff Gordon used a vintage drive to rally his way into NASCAR's championship chase.
It's a Hendrick Motorsports front row at Richmond International Raceway.
NASCAR trotted out eight drivers Thursday who are all mathematically eligible to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.