Monday, April 9, 2018

#NASCAR Race Winner Kyle Busch – In-N-Out

#NASCAR Race Winner Kyle Busch – In-N-Out

The NASCAR Driver People Love to Hate

#NASCAR Race Winner Kyle Busch – In-N-Out
 
When Kyle Busch broke his streak of three runner-up finishes in the opening six races of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup 2018 season – he was not the only winner. 


Busch finished ahead of Kevin Harvick and the rest of the field yesterday, winning at Texas Motor Speedway, to give Joe Gibbs Racing its first victory of the season. The win is Busch's third at the 1.5-mile track and his first since Martinsville in October 2017.

Jamie McMurray finished third, ahead of young Erik Jones. Ryan Blaney was fifth a day after winning the Xfinity Series race.

However, not all the action was played out on the track. The race winner thrilled a young fan during the Busch family drive thru the In-N-Out restaurant.



While marriage, fatherhood and maturity have dramatically calmed ‘Rowdy’ Busch down; Kyle is still one of the least popular Cup Drivers.

Many cite a bullying attitude, whining, and an overly offensive behavior.

Maybe yes and Maybe no – however, it is hard to deny his supernatural talent and passion. NASCAR Race Mom is especially pleased to watch how this driver wheels his race car. Kyle is not afraid to take any opening that is presented to him, and when it comes down to the end of the race, his pugnaciousness is focused on that win.

While it is easy to be pragmatic after a race win; Kyle Busch is obviously making a genuine effort to connect with his fans every race weekend. Hopefully, he can continue to cultivate this benevolence and emerge out the other side of his career as one of NASCAR’s strong, but beloved personalities.

The #MENCS series is back to short-track racing next Sunday at the half-mile Bristol Motor Speedway. Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch both won races there last year. Johnson won in the spring and Busch in the fall night race.

O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 results

  1. Kyle Busch
  2. Kevin Harvick
  3. Jamie McMurray
  4. Erik Jones
  5. Ryan Blaney
  6. Joey Logano
  7. Kurt Busch
  8. Darrell Wallace Jr.
  9. Clint Bowyer
  10. William Byron
  11. Chase Elliott
  12. Trevor Bayne
  13. Ty Dillon
  14. Michael McDowell
  15. Chris Buescher
  16. Matt DiBenedetto
  17. Kasey Kahne
  18. Ross Chastain
  19. Cole Whitt
  20. Gray Gaulding
  21. Landon Cassill
  22. Harrison Rhodes
  23. David Ragan
  24. AJ Allmendinger
  25. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  26. Austin Dillon
  27. Ryan Newman
  28. Alex Bowman
  29. Daniel Suarez
  30. Paul Menard
  31. Reed Sorenson
  32. Aric Almirola
  33. Brad Keselowski
  34. Denny Hamlin
  35. Jimmie Johnson
  36. Kyle Larson
  37. Martin Truex Jr.

#NASCAR Race Winner Kyle Busch – In-N-Out


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