Kyle Busch’s car failed post-race inspection in the NASCAR Xfinity race due to which his 98th win in the Xfinity Series was stripped off.
Because of Kyle losing the win, the second-placed Austin Cindric was awarded the victory. Kyle was not very happy for the decision and claimed that there is “too much b******t” that he has to go through.
“Too many levers, too many things, too much b******t that you gotta go through. It pisses me off, we come out here and race. Run hard and score a win. it gets taken away from you and it’s because of nothing we did.”
Kyle has made it clear that he would quit racing at the Xfinity series after getting his 100th victory in the series. He is currently on 97 victories after the disqualification. Kyle remarked jokingly that the reason for the disqualification is because NASCAR wants him longer in the Xfinity series.
“There is nothing I could do about it. So you gotta move on. I don’t know; I guess NASCAR wants me here longer.”
Kyle Busch reacts and explains what he thinks happened to cause his Xfinity car to be too low, disqualifying him from the race and stripping him of the win: pic.twitter.com/b7Vg7HSDi5
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) July 19, 2020