Kyle Busch to join Richard Childress Racing in 2023

Confirmed: Kyle Busch to join Richard Childress Racing in 2023

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Kyle Busch is set to end a 15-year run with Joe Gibbs Racing as he’s expected to join Richard Childress Racing next season according to The Athletic.

When Busch join RCR next season, it is unclear whether that would be to start a third car or to buy out Tyler Reddick, the driver of the team’s No. 8 who recently announced that he would leave the team after the 2023 season. 

The 37-year-old is in the final year of his current contract with JGR and has yet to sign an extension with the Toyota organization.

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Busch, 36, is believed to be in serious contract discussions with Richard Childress Racing as the two-time NASCAR champion seeks a ride for 2023.

The two-time Cup champion admitted that he had been in talks with other Cup Series teams as the negotiations have extended into the summer months.

This is currently a developing story. Additional info and details  will be added when released.

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4 thoughts on “Confirmed: Kyle Busch to join Richard Childress Racing in 2023”

  1. Why start up a third team when Reddick will be leaving after next year? Put Reddick ina put together team or an affiliated team.Reddick set up this scenario let him live with his decision.

  2. I think Kyle Busch is a great driver who has a desire to win and for the fan’s that hates him then your driver needs to have the same desire that Kyle has because Kyle makes it fun for fan’s that watch Nascar. Now if Joe gibb racing really wants to keep Kyle in the number 18 car then Joe gibb himself should step in and get it done…

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