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Topic - The 2004 Nascar
Gene Haas wanted to build a dream team, with an opportunity to see his name in Victory Lane. He wasn't going to let Tony Stewart stand in his way of making that happen.
Furniture Row Racing never stood a chance at keeping Kurt Busch once Gene Haas began courting the 2004 NASCAR champion.
Kurt Busch said Monday he has signed with Stewart-Haas Racing, which is rapidly developing into a super-team and will have four cars next season with the addition of the 2004 NASCAR champion.
Stewart-Haas Racing has called a Tuesday news conference amid reports Kurt Busch is joining the team.
Kurt Busch started from the pole at Darlington Raceway and led 69 laps before his car began to fade. When it did, it triggered some of that salty language Busch is notorious for using on his in-car radio.
Kurt Busch will test an Indy car for Andretti Autosport at Indianapolis Motor Speedway next week.
Kurt Busch is ready for yet another new ride.
Kurt Busch will return to Phoenix Racing when his one-week NASCAR suspension ends Wednesday.
The free agent picture in NASCAR got a whole lot murkier over the last week, thanks to Kurt Busch and Joey Logano.
Kurt Busch has lost his second crew chief in three seasons.
Kurt Busch's professional drag-racing career is off to a slow start _ really slow.