Well, well, well. Kyle Busch did what he does best. And that is, he behaved completely like himself, did what he wanted to, regardless of the fact how it affect others.

For those of you who missed the Darlington Cup Series race for perhaps, a boring race that took place in an expensive parking lot, the two-time NASCAR champion parked his #18 Toyota in the middle of the pit road and walked off.


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This was something that Freddie Kraft, the NASCAR spotter for Bubba Wallace touched upon in a recent episode of the Door Bumper Clear podcast. Kraft not only showed his frustration with Busch, but he also theorized that what he did, was possibly a pay-back to NASCAR for a similar incident from last season.

“Kyle Busch has the ability to be a complete a*****e at times. And sometimes his attitude is very calculated,” Kraft said. “If you remember last year, he got fined $50,000 for driving through the cones and almost hitting a person as he pulled into a garage. So in his mind, this is what his response to NASCAR.”

“As mad as he was at this point, he’s still thinking back to last year where, ‘You know what? They fined me for hitting the cones. They fined me for driving through the garage. You know what? I’m gonna park this thing right here and I’m gonna get out. You can come and get it.’”

NASCAR shouldn’t let Kyle Busch get away for his actions according to Freddie Kraft

Freddie Kraft went on to describe just how Kyle Busch leaving his car on the pit road affected the race for other teams. And for that, NASCAR shouldn’t let him get away with it.

If NASCAR does not hammer him for this, because…we waited three or four laps to open pit road because Kyle Busch’s car was sitting in the middle of the pit road,” he emphasized. “It was ridiculous how much time he disrupted the race.”


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RICHMOND, VIRGINIA – APRIL 02: Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 Mars Crunchy Cookie Toyota, waits on the grid during qualifying for the NASCAR Cup Series Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway on April 02, 2022 in Richmond, Virginia. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

So do you think NASCAR will penalize Kyle Busch?


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Let us know in the comments below.

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