In the United States, October usually signifies that the autumn festival Halloween is approaching. Aside from the likes of Christmas, Easter, or the Fourth of July, Halloween is one of the most popular holidays. To herald the new holiday, the Joe Gibbs Racing team and Kyle Busch decided to celebrate the festival.
The team took to Instagram to post a video montage of them installing a brand new livery on the car. Obviously, the livery was Halloween-themed and incorporated the M&Ms logo as well.
What’s interesting is that Busch will be driving this car at the Kansas Speedway this weekend.
Now that he is out of the Playoffs, the defending champion heads into the race with nothing to lose. To make matters worse, he faces a winless 2020, the first time he has ever been in this situation.
Admittedly, he is not the only driver to have suffered this ordeal, as teammate Denny Hamlin sympathized with him.
He said, “You have to look at yourself, and every person on the team. You have to find all your faults. You have to figure out where you can be better as a driver, where can you be better as a leader, where you can be better as a team.
“There’s not one driver out there that doesn’t think that Kyle can win any given week.”
On the subject of his winless streak, Kyle Busch knows that he has just four races to reach victory lane. This time, his quest will be for personal pride and a desire to end the season with at least one win.
However, he will have stiff competition from the playoff drivers, starting with an in-form Kevin Harvick.
Obviously, ‘Rowdy’ will not give up without a fight. Hopefully, for his sake, he gets to victory lane with that brand new Halloween-themed livery. Not only will it be a great way to ring in the holiday, but it will serve as a massive morale-booster.