Schedule Changes In NASCAR Affects Kyle Busch Plans

Schedule Changes In NASCAR Affects Kyle Busch Plans

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Kyle ‘Rowdy’ Busch was scheduled to compete in the NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Watkins Glen International for his final start of the 2020 campaign. Now there will be no race, and he can’t compete in the replacement event either.

Busch was set to make his fifth and final start of the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series campaign at Watkins Glen International on Saturday, August 15.

The 35-y-o has already competed in the races at Phoenix Raceway, Darlington Raceway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, and Texas Motor Speedway.

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However, now that scheduled fifth start won’t happen for the No. 18 Las Vegas, born Nevada native, at least not at the planned venue — or even on the planned date.

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Sterner restrictions on full-time NASCAR Cup Series drivers with over five years of experience at Racing’s top level of competition restrict Kyle Busch from competing in more than five race events at the sport’s second-highest level of competition. This limit had been 10 races in 2017 and then seven races in 2018 and 2019 before yet another reduction ahead of the 2020 campaign.


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16 thoughts on “Schedule Changes In NASCAR Affects Kyle Busch Plans”

    1. All you Kyle Busch haters make me laugh it is alright when Dale jr or Harvick or Mark Martin an Dale Earnhardt sr to compete STOP THE WHINING!!!!!

  1. If you are a cup driver you should NOT be allowed to compete in a lower class. Once you leave that class your done these washed up drivers always try to steal someone else’s thunder they ****

    1. He only competes in the races he’s sure about winning, they’re for taking win away from the Xfinity drivers. They need to win to make it to the end for the championship and he ruins that for a lot of them

  2. did you critics complain about other racers like dale earhart or even another loser like cale yarborough when he crashed anyone in his way, kyle must be doing something right with 200 wins. hmmm…

  3. Donald Longmuir

    Good, he should not be allowed to go down a division. My dad drove in the modified dirt division for many years and was a champion in his sport but never drove against guys that weren’t as experienced as him. That is called sportmenship which cry baby Kyle has none of. They should check him out more often because I believe that SOB has been cheating for years. Glad to see Hamlin doing so well this year, he’ll be the star in that garage this year.

  4. when you yourself has accomplished in nascar that he has maybe then you can spout off until then shut the ”h” up

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