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Kyle Busch Running For Kaulig in 5 Xfinity Races

Kyle Busch is returning to the NASCAR Xfinity Series, joining Kaulig Racing in five races, he and the team announced Feb. 10.

He’ll drive the No. 10 starting at his home track, Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Busch’s last race was at Atlanta Motor Speedway in 2021; he won all five events that year.

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He has the all-time series win record, with 102 victories in 362 races.

“I’m looking forward to having some fun in the Xfinity Series again,” Busch said in a team release. “What Matt Kaulig and Chris Rice have built in just a few short years at Kaulig Racing is impressive, and with the team’s alliance with Richard Childress Racing (RCR), this made for an easy decision to be back competing in a series that I’ve had success in over the years.”

The other events Busch is scheduled to run at are Phoenix Raceway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Watkins Glen International and Darlington Raceway.

Sponsors will be announced at a later date.

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Joy joined Frontstretch in 2019 as a NASCAR DraftKings writer, expanding to news and iRacing coverage in 2020. She's currently an assistant editor and involved with photos, social media and news editing. A California native, Joy was raised watching motorsports and started watching NASCAR extensively in 2001. She earned her B.A. degree in Liberal Studies at California State University Bakersfield in 2010.

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Bill B

What happened to “I’m not running in the Xfinity Series again”?

Last edited 1 year ago by Bill B
TiminPayson

Don’t care. Glad Kyle is back.

Carl D.

My question is this… Will Kyle shed his reputation as a snot-nosed punk now that he’s driving for the well-respected Richard Childress? If he resists his natural tendency to be obnoxious, he may become… somewhat likeable. If DW can rehabilitate his image, maybe Kyle can, too. Nah…

Bill B

If he is smart he will take this opportunity to “reinvent” himself as the experienced professional he should be instead of the snot-nosed punk he was.
His brother kind of made the transition in the last few years, so it could happen.

Last edited 1 year ago by Bill B
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