During lap 108 of the Kansas race, Kyle Busch was duking it out with Wallace over the 10th position. He says some pretty interesting things in the radio communication. “Go the f— on! Ahhhhh!!!” Upon finally clearing Wallace, Kyle Busch was heard stating, “Oh my f—ing god dude, this kid…” The whole rant was caught on video.
Busch ended up having two flat tires and hitting a wall. He finished 28th place in the race. Following the racing event, Busch spoke to Austin Dillion about his performance. “It wasn’t the 3’s fault. Just take our lumps. We’re running like sh—. It’s what you get when you run like sh—. Shouldn’t be there. I don’t know what our problem is.”
Busch goes on to explain that every time he and his crew go to sim and use sim. They then think they have a good sim session, they go to the race track and they suck. “I’m done with that. We’ll have to use some other tools on figuring out how to be good. The M&M’s Camry was not very good and we’re running terrible. We got wrecked.”
But despite his performance at the Kansas Speedway, Kyle Busch assures that he’s not out. “That’s the positive of it. I haven’t seen it yet, but reports are third to seventh is really tight. Just gotta go race.”
Kyle Busch is plus one and in fourth place. When asked if Martinsville is an opportunity for him, Busch added, “Yes and no. We have not been as strong as we want to be there lately.”
The Martinsville race is on Saturday (October 30th).
Bubba Wallace Reveals the Advice that Kyle Busch Gave Him Years Ago
Following his win at the Talladega Superspeedway, Bubba Wallace reportedly shares the advice that he received from Kyle Busch ten years ago. “I remember [in] 2011, a driver told me that on the grid at New Hampshire [Motor Speedway]. It was Kyle Busch. He said, ‘Control your own destiny.’ And I didn’t know what the hell that meant at the time. I was just pumped to be talking to Kyle.”
While also reflecting on his racing performance, Wallace goes on to say, “There’s a lot of teamwork out there you can go by. And a lot of team orders. But at the end of the day, you’re controlling your own destiny. You’re trying to do the best you can for your team, your sponsors. To put yourself in moments like this.”
Wallace finished in 25th place at the Kansas Speedway.