Kyle Busch questions NASCAR decision

Kyle Busch questions NASCAR decision to choose William Byron and not him for the inaugural Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway

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William Byron is set to compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for the first time since the season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway back in 2016.

Byron will be behind the wheel of the No. 27 Rackley Roofing Chevrolet Silverado at Nashville Superspeedway on June 18.

“I am excited for the opportunity to get behind-the-wheel in the Camping World Truck Series again,” Byron said. “I haven’t been in a truck for a while, so the opportunity to do so with Rackley W.A.R. allows me to get back and accustomed again. I have never raced at Nashville Superspeedway before either. While I think that the NASCAR Cup Series entries will handle differently compared to the trucks, the Rackley Roofing 200 will give me a chance to learn a few things on my end that I may not be able to try. Plus, this gives me a chance to get more acclimated to the track overall – I can learn the braking zones, pit road entrance and exit, and the overall characteristics of Nashville Superspeedway.”

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Kyle Busch replied by questioning NASCAR’s decision why he didn’t got a mention in a sarcastic tweet.


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18 thoughts on “Kyle Busch questions NASCAR decision to choose William Byron and not him for the inaugural Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway”

  1. Kyle Bush is almost as big of a whiny little crybaby as Queen LeBron James. So sick of these self entitled twits ruining sports.

  2. It’s simple. Busch drives for Toyota. The #27 is a Chevy Silverado. So you put a Chevy driver in it. Quit whining Kyle.

  3. So, let me explain this to you because you obviously DON’T get it. Kyle was NOT saying he wanted to be in the Silverado and he was NOT taking a shot at William Byron. He was taking a shot at NASCAR, who went out of their way to say it was fun to see Byron back in a truck race, when NASCAR has NEVER said it was fun to see Kyle back in a truck race. In fact, they complain about him, make him out to be the bad guy and make rules to keep him OUT of the series, even though he is a Truck team owner that fields 3-4 trucks every race.

    1. Zachary Rogers

      Nascar doesn’t want him in every truck race because he just dominates the truck drivers because most of them don’t have much experience and makes the races pretty much pointless because you know who’s going to win before it starts now I’m OK with cup drivers in the truck and xfinity series but they shouldn’t run every week

      1. Kimberly Sneathern

        The best way for the drivers that don’t have much experience is to race against the top drivers. It helps them gain experience.. it also helps those drivers be seen and moved up in the series.

    2. Thanks for pointing this out to all the ill-informed! People are always so quick to jump to conclusions without having all of the important facts. Kyle Busch is an exceptional driver, as well as being an excellent teacher & mentor to many young drivers.

    3. Scott Morrison

      I completely agree with you. People will read anything Kyle says and twist and turn it to fit the reputation he has gotten over the years. Not a Kyle fan at all but the guy shouldnt be piled on constantly.

  4. i think once you made it to the next level you shouldnt be able to go back and drive in those series… it just shows that when they win their stealing points and wins from actual full time drivers who are trying to make a name for themselves!!

    1. They don’t take points away because you don’t get points other than your designated series. However they are taking money away. I don’t understand why the varsity guys want to run with the middle schoolers.

      1. exactly and lets say busch wins all 3 stages of a race in the trucks thats playoff points and max points that could of went to a full time driver… instead no one gets a playoff point if he wins all 3 stages… all they get is regular points and i dont think thats fair to the full time drivers

  5. Billy McElroy

    Well they may be taking money but if it was not for Kyle that would be for less trucks That he founds so a little. Give back is not so bad

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