Kurt Busch has seen it all in his NASCAR Cup Series career, however he’s not too experience enough to learn that’s what kept him relevant for 22 years and continuing.
Busch, 43, still has what it takes to compete in the NASCAR Cup Series. The 2004 champion has won at least one race in 18 of his last 22 campaigns and consistently raced near the lead also with a impressive track record qualifying for the playoffs nine straight years.
It’s been a while since Bubba Wallace has been able to call upon the experience and expertise of a teammate.
Busch willing to learn from 23XI teammate Bubba Wallace
“I want him to admit what he’s weak at, and I’ll admit what I’m weak at, and let’s go and work together,” Busch told The Athletic. “I mean, I’m not the oracle or anything, but I feel like I can help him. And I know I can learn things from him because that’s how I think I’ve stayed relevant for 22 years is continuing to learn and being adaptive to the situations.”
“He definitely has in his mind his vision of how he wants his team to execute,” Wallace said. “So, it’s up to us to make sure that we operate as one team, and we start that culture now here in the offseason.”
“I’m excited about all the new additions that we’ve added on with teammates and personnel and stuff,” Wallace said. “We just got to make sure we’re all hitting on the same note.”