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Kyle Busch Gets Schooled by His 8-Year-Old as He Learns How To Race Hours Before His Redemption Change at Texas

Published 09/22/2023, 5:21 PM EDT

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For Brexton Busch, winning is just like keeping the legacy of his father and KB Motorsports alive. While kids of his age go to the supermarket with their parents and demand Reese’s Peanut butter cups, B-Rex goes to racetracks, hops in his “Rowdy Energy” neon green fire suit, and buckles himself up behind the wheels of his number 18B SERVPRO dirt car.

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Since winning his first race at Mountain Creek Speedway in 2020, Brexton’s career graph has not, for once, stooped low. In fact, some would even argue that junior Busch wins more often than Senior Busch. Most recently, after winning the first Micro Mania series race of 2023 at the Texas Motor Speedway, Brexton seemed to have given tips to Rowdy for his next Cup Series race at the 1.5-mile oval.

Busch Sr noted all the tricks that his son had up his sleeves


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As Brexton Busch climbed up the podium and held the oversized $100 check, Kyle Busch and his wife Samantha Busch couldn’t have been happier. The proud couple makes sure to do everything they can in order to ensure that Brexton has everything he needs to move up the ladder in his career.

Brexton too, does not fail to amaze the 38-year-old Richard Childress Racing driver. And after he won the race, Kyle Busch posted a story of his family and said, “My turn next, brexton gave me all his tips so I’m ready 😉”


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Kyle Busch sits 6th on the driver standings with 3019 points. Moving forward to Texas Motor Speedway, the pressure is just too much. In stock car racing, anything can happen. So, Kyle Busch needs to pull his socks up and bring out his A-game. But he is Kyle Busch. Even after not making it through the qualifying for the race at Bristol, he started from the back of the pack to finish with a commendable top 10.

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So one could say that Kyle Busch’s driving prowess, along with Brexton’s tips, might go a long way into the playoff rumble for the #8 driver.

Kyle Busch spilled out his retirement plans

The entire community might be wondering what Kyle Busch’s post-retirement plans look like. In a recent video, Kyle Busch revealed the items stacked up on his bucket list. For a driver who has amassed 63 Cup wins, along with two Cup Series championships, one Xfinity Series championship, and a record in winning both Xfinity Series and Truck Series, what could possibly be pending? Interestingly, there is just one more thing that he craves to achieve.

Busch does not have a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series championship title to his credit. Busch admitted that he will retire from the Cup Series when Brexton turns 15. He will then run a year in the Truck Series to see if he can win a championship.


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He explained, “I would be the first one to have ever won in all three series of NASCAR, you know, the championship!”

“When Brexton turns 16, him and I can split that truck where he can run the shorter tracks and I can run the bigger track races…for two years, because you have to be 18 to run the big tracks. And then when he runs it full time, then I’m out… I’m done,” he added.


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Such a picturesque plan for a NASCAR stalwart. Don’t you think?

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Soumyadeep Saha


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Soumyadeep is a NASCAR writer at EssentiallySports. He has done his Master's in English Literature and is a semi-professional bodybuilder. He has, in recent years, channelized his love and commitment for motorsports into a building career path.
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Nischal Kandpal