The Response Of NASCAR To Sunday's Major Crash

Due to his 34th-place finish the previous week, Kyle Busch was disqualified from the NASCAR Cup Playoffs. 

Sadly, he is ending his racing day early at the EchoPark Automotive 500 after experiencing more terrible luck.

Busch crashed into a wall during the opening stage of the event at Texas Motor Speedway. He was disqualified from the race for a second consecutive week 

and placed dead last in the first Round of 12 race, finishing in 36th place.
Busch, fortunately, was unharmed. He eventually blamed his accident on a tire problem that he originally mistook for a flat.

Fans of NASCAR were devastated for Busch but grateful that he remained unharmed. Although others have joked that since Busch joined Richard Childress Racing earlier this month

The 2022 NASCAR Cup Series got off to a fantastic start for Kyle Busch. In his first 15 races, he finished the No. 18 vehicle with 11 top-10 results, including a victory at the Food City Dirt Race.


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