Kyle Busch gets called out for ignoring Team Owner Joe Gibbs at Pocono 

What Kyle did in that video was disrespectful’ – Kyle Busch gets called out for ignoring Team Owner Joe Gibbs at Pocono 

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Kyle Busch Joe Gibbs Racing contact extension situation has been an ongoing matter for months, and speculation about his future with JGR is in major doubts.

Busch is currently in his 15th season with JGR. The 36-year-old contract in it’s final year and he could be a free agent come the end of the season.

According to Joe Gibbs Racing, they would have liked to have found a new sponsor for Busch, months ago. Now, Toyota Racing Development is looking at their backup option.

Chase Elliott declared winner at Pocono after Hamlin and Kyle Busch cars have been DQ’s 

“If there’s not sponsorship there, maybe we can create a bridge somewhere,” Wilson stated before Pocono.

Wilson added, “We’re in a bad place right now. We’ve got some tremendously heavy lifting in front of us.”

Kyle Busch was called out on Door Bumper Clear Podcast by Bubba Wallace Spotter Freddie Kraft and Justin Haley for ignoring his boss Joe Gibbs after he tried to congratulated Busch on his p2 finish after the race at Pocono.

“I mean come on like this is this is a guy brett how how much money is joe gibbs paid accomplished? Said Freddie Kraft. 100 million dollars probably.”

“i looked it up last night Kyle Busch has 147 wins in the last 15 years in in jgr cars wow so like when joe gibbs walks up maybe you take a break from being pouting and being mad to like acknowledge the guy’s presence at least.”

Justin Haley also called out Kyle Busch “What Kyle Busch did yesterday in that video that i saw on nascar’s was disrespectful where is your gratitude buddy where’s your where’s your grace because you don’t ever display any so maybe that’s why you’re not marketable enough to warn a 25 million dollar sponsor right now i’m sorry.”

“Most talented guy in the garage yeah he’s one of them best personality for nascar probably last person i think nascar wants to see go away is kyle bush because you don’t.”

Busch is a two-time NASCAR Cup Series champion. He has 60 career Cup wins to his name along with another 102 Xfinityvictories and 62 Truck Series wins.

“If he wants to keep it, he can keep it.” – Chase Elliott not interested in asking Denny Hamlin for the Pocono trophy 


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