Kyle Busch was obviously miserable after himself and JGR teammates Martin Truex Jr & Denny Hamlin spun around on the seventh lap of Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, causing damaging to both of the top-two drivers.
“It never should have went to green to begin with. … There’s no sense in saying what I want to say.It doesn’t do you any good.”
Kyle Busch on NBCSN mostly censored himself: "It never should have went to green to begin with. … There's no sense in saying what I want to say. It doesn't do you any good."
— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) July 18, 2021
Video clip of Kyle Busch contact with the pace car
— Chuck tAmato (@ChuckTamato) July 18, 2021
Two-time Cup Series Champion was clearly unhappy with NASCAR sanctioning body and the decision-making process, deliberately making contact with the pace car under the caution flag.
A shocking turn of events at @NHMS!
Rain starts to fall, and race leader Kyle Busch along with many others crash entering Turn 1! #NASCAR // NBCSN pic.twitter.com/yFhmesSge3
— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) July 18, 2021
NASCAR refused to let Busch run in his backup car following the crash. However, cameras caught the driver standing over his wrecked car in the aftermath, saying he wasn’t “going to f^^ng stick around until tomorrow for this s^^^.”