Kyle Busch video notes similarities to Michael Jordan and Tom Brady stating, “I’m back.”
Kyle Busch stated multiple times that when he got to 100 NASCAR Xfinity Series wins he would retire. He did, but it was more of a break.
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Busch hasn’t raced in the series since 2021. He was signed to run five races that year and he won all five. That brought his win total to 102 and he exited the series, until now.
Watch the Kyle Busch announcement video below.
Earlier this week, Busch released his NASCAR Truck Series schedule. He’s already the winningest driver in Truck Series history with 62 wins.
Now, it he’ll be returning the NASCAR Xfinity Series as well in 2023. He’s already the record holder in Xfinity Series wins as well.
Moments ago, Busch released the video below. Televisions in the video walk us through sports history. They highlight announcements from Tom Brady and Michael Jordan as they each make a return to their stomping grounds following brief breaks from football and basketball.
Kyle Busch mirrors those adding, “Did you miss me? I’m back!”
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Team announcement: Kaulig Racing
In the off-season, Busch signed with Richard Childress Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series. Busch has stated that he’ll run the Xfinity Series races with Kaulig Racing driving the No. 10.
“I’m looking forward to having some fun in the Xfinity Series again,” said Busch added in the team release. “What Matt Kaulig and Chris Rice have built in just a few short years at Kaulig Racing is impressive, and with the team’s alliance with Richard Childress Racing (RCR), this made for an easy decision to be back competing in a series that I’ve had success in over the years.”
Sponsorship of the No. 10 entry will be announced later.
“Kyle Busch is a true competitor and will forever be known as one of the best – and winningest – NASCAR drivers of all time,” said Chris Rice, president of Kaulig Racing. “We’re excited to have a former Cup and Xfinity Series champion bring his experience and knowledge to our team. There is no doubt in our minds that Kyle will help our Xfinity Program grow and contend for wins this year.”
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Circuit of the Americas
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