Kyle Busch left Darlington a bit frustrated after he was wreck early in Sunday’s Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.
The Joe Gibbs Racing driver came into Sunday’s race first of the three-race Round of 16 in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs — fourth in the championship standings. However, following that 35th finished in the 37-car field, Busch’s place in the Playoff standing is has dip quite a bit.
NASCAR reiterates that NO.18 Kyle Busch was not called to the hauler after driving back to the garage, NASCAR state they will review the matter this week.
for those wondering, Kyle Busch was not called to the hauler for the way he drove back to the garage. Like many things it does in evaluating the race weekend, NASCAR will review it this week.
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) September 6, 2021
Frustrated Kyle Busch blames his team for early elimination – “We were running like sh*t We got wrecked.”
Busch’s day ended after 125 of 367 laps when he wreck after contact with NO.3 Austin Dillon. Busch, though was more frustrated with where he was running (12th at the time) rather than with Dillion.