NASCAR » Kyle Busch draws fire for massive wreck


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Thomas - Unregistered

June 29, 2009 6:10 PM

Blame everything on Kyle Busch. So his lane had a bad restart, typical accordion effect. What was he supposed to do? He sees a passing opportunity, should he just let it go, and then potentially get passed? Its racing. You race.

RoundAndRound - Unregistered

June 29, 2009 10:01 PM

That's what can happen with double file restarts! Nascar needs to have a rethink on that for the shorter tracks.
Jnr wasn't paying attention at the restart and got left and compounded his error by spinning up his tyres getting too hard on the gas, Truex got out of it too much, Kyle goes to go around the outside and gets a bump of Montoya which puts him into Truex.
Logano taking the youngest winner title should please the Busch-haters.
Blame Busch - every series needs its baddie :p

Rain - Unregistered

July 01, 2009 1:21 PM

I agree that Crybaby Kyle should be put to task and start taking blame for the stupid antics he creates on the race track. He is very immature in his thinking and reminds me of a "not me, he did it child"

tazman - Unregistered

July 01, 2009 10:05 PM

its all the stupid JR fans to put balme of Kyle. JR spins out and causes rest of field to stack up and boom there it is. If you would watch race you would know what happened. Blame JR OH NO not the NASCAR's golden child who can't drive and lives on daddies fame. Watch the race folks and put blame ,if any, where it belongs.

Odessa - Unregistered

July 02, 2009 1:40 PM

Am a Kyle Busch fan, in my opinion he is the best driver Nascar has, I love his bad boy image. #18 --#1
As far as this big wreck, that is racing and is the kind of stuff that makes it exciting

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