Kyle Busch is planning a retirement from Xfinity Series racing

Kyle Busch causes outrage every time he wins in the NASCAR Xfinity Series – It might be over very soon

That outrage might soon be nullified.

Kyle Busch has pre-planned his exit from NASCAR Xfinity Series competition.

When I get to 100 Xfinity Series wins… I’m done.

-Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch told Claire B Lang on Sirius XM NASCAR Radio, “Retirement is fast approaching. When I got to 100 Xfinity Series wins, I’m done with Xfinity.”

Kyle Busch NASCAR Xfinity retirement
LOUDON, NH – JULY 15: Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 NOS Energy Drink Toyota, celebrates after winning the NASCAR XFINITY Series Overton’s 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 15, 2017 in Loudon, New Hampshire. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

Currently, Kyle Busch has 89 NASCAR Xfinity Series wins.

He added his latest tally to the board this weekend. He dominated at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, striking the 89th tally in the win column.

Related: New Hampshire results – NASCAR Xfinity Series

Kyle confirmed, “So my retirement in Xfinity is fast approaching.”

“I’d like to say that I would finish my uh…” He stopped his thought and continued, “Well I guess I’m not full-time anyways. That doesn’t matter.”

He wouldn’t run at all after 100 Xfinity wins? “I’ll do it on occasion for Joe [Gibbs] if he ask’s me, cause he wants to access where his teams at. But other than that, I’m done.”

When you got to 100? “Yeah. It could be next year. 4 more this year. Then, I’ll have whatever the rule is next year.”

Kyle Busch has run 334 NASCAR Xfinity races over the last 15 years. Aside from his 89 wins, he has 244 top 10 runs. 62 times he’s also claimed the pole.

Kyle Busch plans Xfinity Retirement


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