Kyle Bush might have felt that he inched closer to retirement from racing at NASCAR Xfinity Series but after a disqualification in the last race, he is still three victories away from retirement.
Although Kyle Busch finished 1st at the Texas Motor Speedway, which could have been his 98th victory in the Xfinity Series, he was disqualified after failing post-inspection. The 35-year-old Las Vegas, Nevada native has stated previously stated that he would stop racing at Xfinity Series after he reaches a total of 100 wins.
“Yeah, I’ve said it over and over again. I would be there by now and I would have been out of it by now but apparently NASCAR and the fans love me there so much they keep make limitations on keeping me there. I’ve also said that I’ll get to 100 and then I don’t need to be there. That’s just kind of a number I would like to get to.”
NASCAR allows only five starts in the Xfinity Series for full-time Cup Series drivers with at least five seasons of Cup Series experience. He can only make one start now due to the restriction. We will surely be seeing Kyle in the next season’s Xfinity series.