For the Indianapolis 500, an IndyCar team owner is interested in Kyle Busch.

The NASCAR Cup Series champion said he would be interested in competing in the Indianapolis 500 when it was revealed that Kyle Busch will be driving the #8 for Richard Childress Racing. 

Busch sent out a call saying, "By all means, any IndyCar teams that are Chevrolet, hit me up,"

noting that it is in his RCR contract that he may race at Indy with a Chevy IndyCar team as a result of switching to Chevrolet.

IndyCar's leading team is Arrow McLaren. Pato O'Ward and Felix Rosenqvist, the team's full-time drivers, finished second and fourth, respectively, in this year's Indianapolis 500, 

while Juan Pablo Montoya, who was competing on a limited schedule, finished 11th. According to Schmidt's analysis, 

Busch competing in both the Coca-Cola 600 and the Indy 500 on the same day will be advantageous for both his team and both series.

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