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Kyle Busch's Team Gets Fine And Loses Crew Chief For One Race Over Lugnuts

NASCAR is making an example of the No. 18 car driven by Kyle Busch in its new crackdown on securing all five lug nuts per wheel. The No. 18 crew chief was fined $20,000, and both he and the front tire changer were suspended through May 18, forcing them to miss the next race at Dover International Speedway.

Kyle Busch Hit Fan With Car After Crashing Out Of NASCAR Race

NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Kyle Busch did not have a good day at today’s Food City 500. He had not one, but three crashes on track at Bristol Motor Speedway, two of which were because of a right front tire going down. After the last one, he came into the pits for repairs and accidentally tapped a fan with his car. Oops.

Use Our Generic Kyle Busch Post-Race Statement For Future NASCAR Wins

Kyle Busch wins so often in NASCAR that it’s almost a non-story that he won tonight’s late-running, rain-delayed Duck Commander 500. Like many professional drivers, there’s a clear pattern in Busch’s post-race commentary. So, we’ve done him a solid and come up with this handy template for future use.

Crash-Marred NASCAR Race At Martinsville Somehow Ends Without A Crash

It seemed as if more wrecks than actual racing occurred in Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway, culminating in two red flags during the final 15 laps. But the red-flag wait time must have brought everyone to their senses, and the field survived “overtime” without a scratch.

NASCAR To Drivers: Stay Off The Hot Track, And Post-Race Media Time Is A Must

Two of NASCAR’s biggest stars—Danica Patrick and Kyle Busch—received penalties today from NASCAR’s weekend at Auto Club Speedway. Patrick’s penalty is a clear message that NASCAR wants no one to ever walk towards the track itself, and Busch’s may involve something else he said. (Big “may.”)

Kyle Hits Kyle When Neither Kyle Can Decide If They Really Want To Enter Pit Lane

NASCAR’s Bank of America 500 brings us a most confusing Tale of Two Kyles. One Kyle wants to pit. One Kyle might not want to pit. Both end up in a hit. It’s Kyle-on-Kyle action, but not the kind you’d expect from terrible NASCAR fanfiction. No, this was from today’s race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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Kenseth Wins NASCAR Race After Everyone In Front Of Him Runs Out Of Gas

To say that today’s Sprint Cup Windows 10 400 at Pocono Raceway was chaotic would be the understatement of the year. After racking up seven cautions in the first 72 laps alone, the race ran long and nuttier than usual. Watch how it ended: with cars everywhere dropping like flies from running out of fuel.