Kurt Busch in 12th place on the eternal list
Kurt Busch will drive his 750 race in the NASCAR Cup Series next weekend. Busch will drive this race on the track where he grew up. It’s a trail in his hometown of Las Vegas. Busch can therefore be considered a veteran of this sport. He is certainly a legend who has achieved many great achievements. By the way, Busch won the previously held race on the mentioned track. We will see if there will be similar luck in the upcoming race. Kurt is currently at 12th place on the list of drivers with the most performances. Sterling Marlin overtook him in the race in Bristol last weekend. One should not spend too many words on his driving talent. During his career so far, he has had a lot of success and has recorded very notable results.
He managed to win on all types of tracks. He is currently 43 years old, and his career has lasted for more than two decades. During that period, he managed to achieve at least one victory in races in as many as 18 seasons. In just four seasons, Busch failed to win a race. In the last eight seasons, it has not happened that he did not win a race. He achieved his first victory almost two decades ago. He managed to triumph on the mentioned track in Bristol. Certainly, his favorite victory is the one he achieved at home last year. He recorded the most appearances among currently active drivers. On Sunday, he will make his 102nd appearance for Chip Ganassi Racing.
Kurt Busch on 750th race
“It is hard to imagine, Twenty plus years in the NASCAR Cup Series. To have been able to compete at this level with some of the best teams in the sport and against the level of competition is such a privilege. It is like aging, the years seem to go faster, it seems like 700 starts was just a few weeks ago! I appreciate the friendships and partnerships over the years. I feel like I have some race wins still out in front of me and I am looking forward to whatever the next milestone will be that I have a privilege to accomplish.”