Kyle Busch Indy 500 dream may force him to leave Joe Gibbs Racing

“I got told no!” – Kyle Busch Indy 500 dream may force him to leave Joe Gibbs Racing

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Kyle Busch raised doubts over his future at Joe Gibbs Racing beyond 2022 in April atTalladega Superspeedway.

Busch who is currently the only active multiple champion driver at NASCAR Cup Series level revealed that he had no idea where he’ll be driving come next season.

The 36-y-o penned a multiyear contract extension deal with JGR back in 2019 on undisclosed terms, Busch has been with the JGB since 2008.

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It’s certainly on my radar um the year that i had it you know sold and committed and sponsorship was there and everything like that i got told no um and then i haven’t necessarily tried to sell sponsorship since but you know just um there was a easy verbal yes commitment uh and things have changed obviously. – KyBusch

Heading into Indy 500 weekend Kyle Busch said he had a deal done to race in the Indy 500 in 2017 however, Joe Gibbs wouldn’t approve it.

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Busch, now in his 15th season with Joe Gibbs, and before the 2022 season began, Busch and the team were hit with the major blow that longtime primary partner M&M’s would not be returning to the #18 Toyota in 2023, leaving a massive hole to fill from a sponsorship standpoint.

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