Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork.com) – NASCAR driver Kyle Busch was released from
a North Carolina hospital on Friday, six days after he suffered multiple
injuries during an accident in the Xfinity Series race at Daytona
Busch sustained a compound fracture of his right lower leg and a mid-foot
fracture of his left foot when he slammed head-on into an inside retaining
wall that did not have an continue
The Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 is at the Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday. In year’s past the race in Atlanta was held closer to the end of the NASCAR season. With it being in February teams will have to adjust based on the weather report.
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We have six drivers in the field paying under 10/1 odds with Harvick leading the market. This race is always wide open and we rarely see drivers show much consistency here. For example, only one driver (Newman) has finished in the continue
Huntersville, NC (SportsNetwork.com) – Joe Gibbs Racing announced on Tuesday
that David Ragan will drive the No. 18 Toyota in place of the injured Kyle
Busch for the next several Sprint Cup Series races, beginning with this
weekend’s 500-mile event at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Busch fractured his right leg and left foot during an accident in last
Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway. The 29-year-
old driver is out indefinitely.
Ragan, who has been competing in continue
Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork.com) – Kyle Busch has been released from Halifax
Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. and transferred to a North Carolina
hospital where he will continue treatment for injuries he suffered during a
crash last Saturday at Daytona International Speedway.
Busch, 29, sustained a compound fracture of his right lower leg and a mid-foot
fracture of his left foot when he slammed head-on into the inside retaining
wall during a big multi-car accident on the frontstretch in the Xfinity race
at Daytona. continue
(SportsNetwork.com) – Joey Logano admitted during Monday’s Daytona 500
Champion’s Breakfast that he had a restless night following his win in “The
Great American Race.”
After competing in a frantic Daytona 500, which featured intense three-wide
racing in the late stages, and then celebrating his victory with his No. 22
Team Penske team members late into Sunday night, Logano was indeed tired out.
But Logano could hardly get any shut-eye, as it had dawned on him that he was
the 2015 Daytona 500 champion.
“I didn’t sleep much, that is for sure,” Logano said. “My mind just kept