Busch Frustrated After Late Race Accident
Kyle Busch was upset after Thursday evenings Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway.
Busch and Spencer Gallagher were racing each other, when Busch was sent into the wall, ending his night.
“It was self-inflicted, I guess. Got back in traffic and I don’t know. Going down the back stretch I thought I had enough room on the inside, but I know who I crashed with. That doesn’t surprise me, now I know how John Wes Townley feels. It’s just a shame. Brand new truck and really good piece – destroyed,” said Kyle Busch after the wreck, bringing out the fourth caution of the evening.
Busch was running 13th at the time of incident. Gallagher did apologize post-race for the accident.
“I know how John Wes Townley feels,” stated Kyle Busch.
The jab at Gallagher comes after the last NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Gateway Motorsports Park when he and John Wes Townley wrecked and fought.
Gallagher and Townley were both fined for the incident.
This is Kyle Busch’s first DNF since Texas in 2013.
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