Toyota ‘disappointed’ as Kyle Busch hints at Goodbye to Joe Gibbs Racing

Toyota reacts to the cryptic comments from Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch has yet to renew his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series. The two-time champion last renewed with the team in 2019.

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Ahead of the race at Talladega Superspeedway, Busch hinted at a Goodbye to Joe Gibbs Racing. The cryptic message hasn’t gone over well with Toyota Racing Development…

Kyle Busch hints at ‘Goodbye’ with Joe Gibbs Racing contract

Toyota Racing Development Comments

“Our vision, Joe’s and our vision, Toyota’s vision, is for Kyle to retire out of Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota,” Wilson told NBC Sports.

“He is clearly a little frustrated and that’s understandable to a point. Little disappointed that he voiced it, to be fair.”

Wilson added, “But he knows, he knows, because Joe talks to him a lot of the time, how hard we are collectively working to make sure that we have a place for him for as long as he wants to stay.”

Busch recently claimed his first win of the season on the Bristol Dirt track. It was his 60th career win, 9th best all-time.

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