NASCAR’s vice president of competition Scott Miller said that they will crack down on the Kyle Busch incident in the Truck Series if needed.
While Busch may have had his best Cup finish of the 2021 season in the Cup Series, finishing third at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, he had a bad outing in the Truck Series on the same track. He had a flat tire and spun on his way to the pit road.
Later it was suggested that the 2019 champion may have intentionally done that. Speaking about the incident, Miller said that they will review Kyle’s action if it’s necessary.
“That was a tough call, that obviously came up again this weekend. It’s hard for us to know what going on inside the car, but we have our competition meeting.”
“Having a flat tyre and trying to get back to pit road is not an excuse to spin out. If we have to crack down a little bit harder on those things, so they don’t become a trend, we will do that.”
— SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Ch. 90) (@SiriusXMNASCAR) March 9, 2021
As for Busch, the only good thing is that his teammate John Hunter Nemechek won the race.