17 October 2012
Kyle Busch: Future Champion
Kyle Busch’s talent as a NASCAR driver demands he will become a Sprint Cup champion. Teams choose drivers who display aggressive and fearless driving skills, which characterize Busch perfectly. He is driven, literally, to be the best by participating in NASCAR’s top three sanctioned races: Sprint Cup, Nationwide, and the Camping World Truck Series. Busch acquired major sponsorships with M&M’s (Mars, Inc.), Toyota, and Monster, as well as the confidence of championship NFL coach Joe Gibbs who turned his attention to being a car owner; and Busch has proven himself worthy by making the Chase five times in his career, won the 2009 Nationwide championship, and set a NASCAR record for the only driver to win three major events in one weekend. Kyle Busch demonstrates consistently that he has a gift for racing. Teams choose drivers who display aggressive and fearless driving skills, which characterize Busch perfectly. This type of aggressive and fearless driving has paid off for him race after race. He is known to be two laps down and come back to win the race. By being put in a situation from his own mistakes or by his pit crew, Busch sees a few ways to overcome a deficit: stay on the track when other cars pit to gain better track position, scream angrily at the pit crew over the radio if they caused the deficit, and pass every car in sight. And he continues to pass cars until he puts himself in a position to win the race. It’s very hard for a team to get rid of a driver who displays such driving skills in situations where the team seems clearly unable to win the race.
He is driven, literally, to be the best by participating in NASCAR’s top three sanctioned races: Sprint Cup, Nationwide, and the Camping World Truck Series. Typically, Busch running more than one race in a weekend at the same track is exponentially beneficial to each team. The more time he spends on that specific track, the more information he relays to...
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