- Associated Press - Saturday, November 13, 2010

AVONDALE, ARIZ. (AP) - Kyle Busch admits he still has a lot to learn, and his outburst last weekend clearly shows that a little more maturity would serve him well.

But Busch bristles at the notion that his antics are the reason he hasn’t won a Sprint Cup Series championship.

He enters Sunday’s race at Phoenix International Raceway ranked seventh in the Cup standings. He’s been out of title contention for several weeks, and his 32nd-place finish at Texas didn’t help.

Busch was penalized for speeding, then parked two laps for unsportsmanlike conduct for an obscene gesture to a NASCAR official.

Busch says he regrets such behavior, although it hasn’t hurt him on the track.

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