Whether you love or hate (or love to hate) Kyle Busch, you gotta admit, he’s entertaining as hell.
He may be one of the best drivers in NASCAR history, but I’m not gonna lie, I watch him every Sunday hoping for a meltdown, a sarcastic post-race interview, or him cussing out another driver for wrecking him.
Enter Brad Keselowski.
During the second stage of today’s Cup Series Goodyear 400 at Darlington Raceway, Brad Keselowski got into the wall and lost control, and there was nothing Kyle could do to avoid it.
Making contact on his left front, Kyle is done for the day.
However, instead of driving his wrecked 18 car off the track, Kyle Busch just left it on pit road.
Of course, last fall at Darlington, Kyle was fined $50,000 for driving over the cones exiting pit road after he wrecked out in that race, so could this move have been that patented Kyle Busch sarcasm? Who knows…
Fox NASCAR broadcaster Clint Bowyer didn’t like it though:
Kyle Busch really showing how much of a bitch he really is. Leaving the car on pit road and going straight to his hauler will draw the ire of @NASCAR as he didn’t go to the medical center. What a baby. #Goodyear400
Kyle Busch is such a baby. He might be the biggest poor sports in all of sports. And that’s not to say I’m against people showing emotion (good or bad), because I love that. But he just acts like a toddler when things go wrong.
People are too critical for @KyleBusch if I were to get taken out of a race I was doing well in I would be totally pissed off as well not want nothing to do with any1. I don't blame him one bit for acting like he did. He didn't wreck, almost run anyone over. He just stepped away
1. He had the fastest car on the track 2. Wifey at home holding a baby back 3. Was fined $50,000 previously 4. He dodged several wrecks until #6 blew a tire & he had no where to go. 5. He Rowdy,,Duhhh Yep, I’d say screw it too!! 😡🤬 @KyleBuschhttps://t.co/4lE31Q884O