Kyle Busch saw a promising day come to a disappointed end on lap 167 of Sunday Goodyear 400 at Darlington Raceway.
The lapped car of Brad Keselowski that was ahead of Busch No. 18 seemed to cut a tire, which sent the No. 6 Ford Mustang hard into the outside wall collecting Kyle Busch, who was running among the leaders.
Frustrated Kyle Busch drove his damage car, but still drivable car towards the garage. However, rather than driving the car all the way in, the two time Cup Series champion left his car at pit road and walked off the track.
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Busch decision to leave the No.18 ride meant that NASCAR were force to close pit road, affecting others drivers from pitting, until his car could be moved.
That move go well with NASCAR on Fox analyst Clint Bowyer who called out Kyle Busch .
“I don’t like that at all, he could’ve done a better job to get that out of the way now it’s the way of the No.24”
"I don't like that at all."- @ClintBowyer
A frustrated Kyle Busch walks away from his damaged car on pit road at Darlington. pic.twitter.com/HkBA6GdiyN
— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) May 8, 2022
Busch and Keselowski were both knocked out of the race after the incident. Busch is listed as having finished 33rd in the race.