Kyle Busch is set to participate in five races in the 2021 Xfinity season, along with his Cup Series duties with Joe Gibbs Racing.
The 2019 Cup Series champion has 97 career Xfinity wins. He has maintained that he will retire from Xfinity racing after he achieves 100 victories.
He will have the chance to achieve so as he will be running five races in the Xfinity series. First one will be the race at Atalanta Motor Speedway on March 20.
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Then, he will take part in the Circuit of the Americas on May 22, followed by the race at Texas Motor Speedway on June 12. His last two races will be the June 19 race at Nashville Superspeedway and Road America on July 3.
Burn it into your memory! @KyleBusch is going @XfinityRacing at five tracks this season. Which race are you most excited to watch the Candy Man drive a #Supra? pic.twitter.com/Y4od12S8XK
— Joe Gibbs Racing (@JoeGibbsRacing) February 2, 2021
Last season, Busch won four Xfinity race wins in seven starts. Additionally, he was disqualified after winning the race at Texas as his car failed post-inspection.
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Full time Monster energy drivers should not be in the lower series. When you graduate college, you don’t go back to High school