Kurt Busch is a champion, a winner and a future NASCAR Hall of Famer. Still, he says there is one mark he didn’t reach in his career.
In the 121 Cup Series points-awarding races held at the paved Bristol Motor Speedway, 43 drivers have won a race at the famed Tennessee short track.
Kurt Busch said Saturday at Daytona International Speedway he is officially retired from racing, citing doctors’ orders.
Martin Truex Jr. and Kurt Busch are now tied on the NASCAR Cup Series all-time wins list at 25th overall. Truex’s Monday victory at New Hampshire Motor Speedway was his … Continue Reading Kurt Busch, Martin Truex Jr. tied on wins list
HAMPTON, Ga. — John Hunter Nemechek’s win in the Alsco Uniforms 250 was the Joe Gibbs Racing driver’s third of 2023 in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and the fifth of … Continue Reading John Hunter Nemechek tied for 66th on Xfinity Series wins list
Denny Hamlin is now the all-time leader in NASCAR Cup Series wins at Kansas Speedway. Hamlin’s victory in the AdventHealth 400 at Kansas Speedway gave the Joe Gibbs Racing driver … Continue Reading Denny Hamlin now leads all drivers in Kansas wins
LAS VEGAS — Kurt Busch will be stepping away from full-time racing in 2023. Busch made the announcement Saturday morning (Oct. 16). Busch was sidelined in July after concussion-like symptoms … Continue Reading Kurt Busch stepping away from full-time competition in 2023
Sunday’s Yellawood 500 at Talladega featured an early wreck involving the field’s substitute drivers who each ended the race with different fates.
For the first time since 1972, a car has swept the NASCAR Cup Series races at a track with two different drivers in the same year – as 23XI Racing’s No. 45 swept Kansas in a similar fashion as Wood Brothers’ No. 21 car swept Daytona in 1972. #NASCAR
23XI Racing will race the No. 45 Toyota for the team across the final 10 NASCAR Cup Series Playoff races, swapping numbers with Ty Gibbs, the team announced Wednesday, August … Continue Reading Bubba Wallace to race No. 45 during NASCAR Playoffs
Kurt Busch dropped out of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs, Aric Almirola and Craftsman are returning in 2023 and Zane Smith will be expanding his efforts with Front Row. #NASCAR
Ty Gibbs will continue his interim role driving the No. 45 Toyota in place of Kurt Busch. Kurt Busch announced Thursday, August 18, he would not be behind the wheel … Continue Reading Ty Gibbs to continue driving No. 45
Ty Gibbs will continue his role as the interim driver of the No. 45 Toyota for 23XI Racing. Kurt Busch announced Wednesday, Aug. 10, he has not been cleared to … Continue Reading Ty Gibbs in for Kurt Busch at Richmond
For the second week in a row, Ty Gibbs will drive 23XI Racing’s No. 45 Toyota and fill in for Kurt Busch.
Despite never driving the Gen 7 car before Sunday’s M&Ms Fan Appreciation 400 at Pocono Raceway, Ty Gibbs posted a respectable 16th-place finish in his NASCAR Cup Series debut.
NASCAR announced Kurt Busch was not cleared to run the M&Ms Fan Appreciation 400 at Pocono Raceway following a pre-race medical evaluation Sunday morning.