Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing: Long roads, sometimes rude

Of the 16 drivers who competed on Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway to get points in

 the second half of the Nascar Cup Series playoff, one tends to attract the most attention.

Kyle Busch. And for various reasons.

Marathon 500-eating Saturday night will be the first Cup race of Busch since the announcement of Tuesday 

morning that he will leave Joe Gibbs at the end of the season to drive in 2023 for Richard Childress Racing.

Busch entered Saturday's race in a little problem. He ranks 13th in the 16-Driver standings, two points below the cut line.

 He needs a win on Saturday or step on the positive side of the Cut line to continue to pursue the third cup championship in round 12.

The failure to qualify for the second round of the playoff will mark the first time Busch has been eliminated in the opening round, 

and it will be the main black sign on what will be his last season with JGR and a rather embarrassing result for his driver caliber.

However, the collapse of playoffs will not be the darkest for Busch during the term of office for 15 years. 

The partnership between one of the most unstable sports drivers and the former Super Bowl soccer 

coach has become one of the highest amazing victory and the two shame-lowest championships.

That their long journey together has ended is the low itself. Busch thought to close his career in the warm arms of Toyota and Gibbs; 

Instead, he moved to the Chevrolet team who had an appointment but was not considered at the top level of sports.

Instead of lowering retiring somewhere in the 40s and might open doors for the main series 

competition for his son, Brexton, Busch faces a little rebuilding at the RCR, 

which has two Austin Dillon racers and Tyler Reddick-in the Year Playoff 

The year of the trophy year is the year this year the playoffs of the triangi are the year of the year this year 

but only scored four wins since 2019 and there have been no trophy championship since 1994.


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