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“So Pumped”: Kyle Busch Shows off His Mad Driving Skills After the Charlotte Incident

“So Pumped”: Kyle Busch Shows off His Mad Driving Skills After the Charlotte Incident

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Kyle Busch hits back at the critics. The 2 times cup series champion had a horrid race at the Alsco Uniform 500. Kyle Busch wasn’t quite happy with the outcome of Cup Series race at Charlotte. He got into an accident with Aric Almirola and dropped to the rear of the pack.

Kyle Busch is the All-Time Wins Leader in Xfinity Series with 97 wins. He has 56 wins in the Cup Series. Kyle is showing confidence for the races as he was able to drive off his car even after a flat left rear tire.

He says: “So pumped about my mad driving skills making it back to the pits on a flat LR. “I’m the best there is, plain and simple.”

Kyle Busch is all pumped

After the race, Kyle Busch was furious and posted his thoughts on Twitter. Kyle posts on Twitter, “When surrounded by squirrels you’re bound to get hit by a nut”. The tweet got a blended reaction from fans on Twitter. A few people even got down on him about his Coca-Cola 600 occurrence with Chase Elliott. Furthermore, numerous individuals bolstered Kyle’s stand and terminated comments at Almirola and Stenhouse.

Kyle was running at number ten preceding the episode and dropped down to the last spot in view of certain issues with his left rear tire. At lap 63, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. made a strong four-wide move. Stenhouse’s move constrained numerous drivers to clear a path. In any case, Aric Almirola couldn’t control his vehicle and went within Busch. He was unable to hold tight and slipped into Busch’s No. 18 vehicle. Although, this resulted in a flat tire for Kyle Busch. From that point onward, Busch lost two laps and dropped down to the base of the grid.

The Candy Man will be back on the track on Sunday at the Bristol Motor Speedway for the Food City 500 race.

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