Busch’s Youth Movement Comments Biggest Story At NASCAR’s Media Week

The biggest storyline coming out of NASCAR Media Week is the comments Kyle Busch made about the new NASCAR Youth Movement. On the opening day of the session, Busch called out the sport for giving so much attention to the new wave of drivers coming into NASCAR’s premiere series. He was perturbed by how much marketing they’re getting when drivers like himself are still in their prime and receiving none of it. “All you’re doing is advertising all these younger guys for fans to figure out and pick up on…

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Will Past Cup Champion With 2018 Title, Or Will We See a New Champion This Season

The biggest storyline for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season has to be the one about the new youth movement. Kyle Busch isn’t a fan of it, but lets face the facts, NASCAR is in a transition period. Gone are big stars like Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Danica Patrick, Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards. They’re not walking in that door anymore. Instead of veterans replacing them in the top rides, younger drivers are. Look at the ages of drivers in these rides in Cup now. 

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5 Storylines For Joe Gibbs Racing For 2018 Cup Season

The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season couldn’t have gone much better for the entire Joe Gibbs Racing camp. They got three of their four drivers into the playoffs and nearly had two of them into the Championship 4. On the flip side, the fourth driver, a rookie, had a stellar debut season on NASCAR’s highest level. Now, JGR heads to 2018 with some big momentum, but a bit of a different direction. Here’s what I mean.

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Kyle Busch Not a Fan Of NASCAR Pushing Youth Movement, Calling It “Stupid”

Tuesday was the real kickoff to the 2018 NASCAR season as several drivers took part in the annual Media Day Tour in Charlotte. While an overwhelming amount of content usually comes out of this, a big story that will be talked about for most of the year though came from a usual suspect. 2015 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch didn’t mince his words when asked about NASCAR’s emphasis of this new wave of younger drivers coming into the series. “All you’re doing is advertising all these younger…

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Todd Gilliland To Drive No. 4 Toyota With KBM For 19 Truck Races In 2018, Details For Entry Confirmed

Kyle Busch Motorsports announced today that Todd Gilliland will drive the No. 4 Tundra in 19 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events in 2018 and vie for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors. The 17-year-old will make his 2018 debut at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway March 24 and then race at Dover (Del.) International Speedway May before running the remainder of the schedule starting at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway May 18 after he becomes eligible to compete on larger tracks when he turns 18 on May 15. David Gilliland, Todd’s…

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Strategy Nearly Works As Kyle Busch Comes Up Just Short, Finishes 2nd In Ford EcoBoost 400

Homestead, Fla – Kyle Busch nearly outlasted the field in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400, but the Las Vegas native came up just short of his second career Cup championship. Busch, was strong from the get go, finishing third in the first stage. In the second stage, he’d finish fourth. He was positioning himself for a great run in the end. It nearly happened too. 

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Hamlin Shows He’s The Favorite To Beat, He and Truex Leads Final Cup Practice Sessions Of 2017 Season

Homestead, Fla – The final two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice sessions of the 2017 season occurred on Saturday from the Homestead-Miami Speedway. In those sessions, one thing became clear, Denny Hamlin has the car to beat in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 (3 p.m. ET/NBC/MRN). Hamlin, topped the speed charts in the first of two 55-minute practices on Saturday morning with a speed of 171.130 mph in his No. 11 Toyota. On Friday, Hamlin was fifth quickest in the lone practice session of the day and backed that speed up…

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