Where Does Kyle Busch Rank Among NASC...

Where Does Kyle Busch Rank Among NASCAR's All-Time Greats?

There are 58 comments on the BleacherReport story from Jul 29, 2013, titled Where Does Kyle Busch Rank Among NASCAR's All-Time Greats?. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

At just 28 Kyle Busch is already the all-time leader in wins in the Nationwide Series.

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Since: May 12

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#22 Sep 10, 2013
Rabman wrote:
Who would you compare Kyle with? There is no one that I know to compare Kyle with. I am seventy five years old,and been a fan of NASCAR since 1955, up until a couple a year ago. I stopped being a fan of NASCAR when they fine Kyle and barred him from running a race. I have very little respect for Helton or Robin pemberton.

In my opinion Kyle Busch for his age is the greatest Driver that ever drove for NASCAR. May be Tim Flock or Jeff Gordon were the closes. But they would be far behind.

For what Kyle has accomplish is his very short period of time. He should be inducted in the Hall of Fame. NOW!!!!!!!!!!
He needs championships...I think that he'll get them with a little control...
Cale 11

Lewisville, TX

#23 Sep 10, 2013
Imagine if Kyle had a head on his shoulders to match his driving skill. I think we'd be watching one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR
WHOYAKIDDING

Raleigh, NC

#24 Sep 11, 2013
Rabman wrote:
Who would you compare Kyle with? There is no one that I know to compare Kyle with. I am seventy five years old,and been a fan of NASCAR since 1955, up until a couple a year ago. I stopped being a fan of NASCAR when they fine Kyle and barred him from running a race. I have very little respect for Helton or Robin pemberton.
In my opinion Kyle Busch for his age is the greatest Driver that ever drove for NASCAR. May be Tim Flock or Jeff Gordon were the closes. But they would be far behind.
For what Kyle has accomplish is his very short period of time. He should be inducted in the Hall of Fame. NOW!!!!!!!!!!
Call me back when he wins a Sprint Cup championship. Being a hotdog in the lesser divisions means nothing if you can't hit a homerun in the big league. Fact is by the time Gordon was as old as Shrub is, he had already won a couple of SPRINT CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS. Being the home run king in Triple A means nothing till you have accomplished the same things in the ML.
18rowdy54bush51

Caledon, Canada

#25 Sep 17, 2013
Anyone who TRULY knows nascar, motorsports and driver talent knows that not all cup drivers are the best of the best....some either just have money or grand daddy gives them a ride...aka the dillions etc. Some of the best drivers i've seen run in the local nascar whelen series here where i live....kyle can win in a forklift if he wanted to, best overall driver hands down. Saying he "hotdogs" in lower levels makes no sense, because some of those drivers just haven't gotten their shot yet and are far better than some of those jokes that run cup cars.
Kyle will win this years championship.
Green Flag

Folsom, LA

#26 Sep 17, 2013
Cale 11 wrote:
Imagine if Kyle had a head on his shoulders to match his driving skill. I think we'd be watching one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR
We are watching one of the greatest drivers. If he didn't have a head on his shoulders he wouldn't be the driver he is. He is very intelligent and is always working on ways to win. In his after race interviews he gives a play by play account of the whole race. He sees things from his obstructed view in his race car that we don't even see watching close-ups on tv. It takes a good head on your shoulders to do that.
Slayman

Madison, AL

#27 Sep 22, 2013
You do not have to be a fan of Kyle to see his talent. But you got to see he one more great driver.
Hilton Head

Southwest Brevard Cnty, FL

#28 Sep 22, 2013
Slayman wrote:
You do not have to be a fan of Kyle to see his talent. But you got to see he one more great driver.
Huh?
WHOYAKIDDING

Raleigh, NC

#29 Sep 23, 2013
Rabman wrote:
Who would you compare Kyle with? There is no one that I know to compare Kyle with. I am seventy five years old,and been a fan of NASCAR since 1955, up until a couple a year ago. I stopped being a fan of NASCAR when they fine Kyle and barred him from running a race. I have very little respect for Helton or Robin pemberton.
In my opinion Kyle Busch for his age is the greatest Driver that ever drove for NASCAR. May be Tim Flock or Jeff Gordon were the closes. But they would be far behind.
For what Kyle has accomplish is his very short period of time. He should be inducted in the Hall of Fame. NOW!!!!!!!!!!
I think your age is beginning to diminish your mental abilities. Kyle is a so-so cup driver but much better suited to the truck or nationwide series. His maturity and marriage has taken it's toll on his reckless abandon driving style. The Kyle of five years ago would caught and passed Kenseth yesterday or crashed trying.

Since: May 12

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#30 Sep 23, 2013
WHOYAKIDDING wrote:
<quoted text>I think your age is beginning to diminish your mental abilities. Kyle is a so-so cup driver but much better suited to the truck or nationwide series. His maturity and marriage has taken it's toll on his reckless abandon driving style. The Kyle of five years ago would caught and passed Kenseth yesterday or crashed trying.
Not crashing wins championships/points
WHOYAKIDDING

Raleigh, NC

#31 Sep 23, 2013
Jusy_Sayn wrote:
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Not crashing wins championships/points
Second place is just the first loser, especially if you're running second to the same driver each week. Chances are both of them will have a bad race or two before it is over. The difference that makes is going to depend on how many points Kenseth picks up on him every week till it happens.
Johnny Hot Rod

Brooklyn, NY

#32 Mar 5, 2014
Are we seriously going to compare Baby Busch, the Chase Choke Artist, to the likes of Gordon and Johnson, who have 10 championships between them and a handful of Daytonas? Let's get serious.... Busch is a total punk jackass with Dumbo Ears, who makes his brother look like a decent citizen. I think this will be another Hendrick year, either Junior or J.J.
Cale 11

Lewisville, TX

#33 Mar 5, 2014
Johnny Hot Rod wrote:
Busch is a total punk jackass with Dumbo Ears, who makes his brother look like a decent citizen.
Classic! Are you saying little Busch's wife didn't marry him for his good looks and integrity?
Janice Abbott Miller

Fayetteville, GA

#34 Dec 13, 2014
KYLE BUSCH RULES MY RACING WORLD.
Hilton Head

Deland, FL

#35 Dec 14, 2014
IDT wrote:
When Kyle speaks I turn the TV off,and if he's leading the race I watch something else.
That is exactly what I do with Junior.
Janice Abbott Miller

Fayetteville, GA

#36 Dec 14, 2014
Hilton Head wrote:
<quoted text>That is exactly what I do with Junior.
I do that when Junior, Brad and a few others start up too.
jdj7659

Georgetown, IN

#37 Jan 30, 2015
I wiil say good thing there are walls at the tracks if there wasn't he would be running over fans every race just about seems like he hits and rubs the wall! That isn't a great driver to me plus the all time greats to me can keep there cool even in the toughest situation I've seen most of the greatest drivers on local tracks and raced against them too! Kyle has ALOT of growing up to do!!!!!!
Rdale88

Altoona, PA

#38 Feb 5, 2015
Kyle Busch has a very long way to go to reach the likes of Dale Earnhardt, King Richard, Davy Allison, Cale Yarborough, DW, just to name a few. It's an insult to even compare this chump to those men!
Hilton Head

Deland, FL

#39 Feb 5, 2015
No matter what anybody thinks of him, the boy can drive and knows more about the cars than most of the other drivers. He's only pushing thirty and has plenty of time left on the track. Enjoy!
jdj7659

Scottsburg, IN

#40 Feb 9, 2015
Hilton Head wrote:
No matter what anybody thinks of him, the boy can drive and knows more about the cars than most of the other drivers. He's only pushing thirty and has plenty of time left on the track. Enjoy!
Yeah but he acts like he just graduated kindergarten! Lot more big greats out there that can handle the pressure without claming up or throwing a fit when it doesn't go his way! And as for that race he sat out that was the right call if I would have done what he did to Ron Hornaday in that truck race it would have been attempted vehicular homicide what a joke that was tells you where his heads at i wouldn't race against him if he were to race at one of my tracks!
Bubba

Boonville, NY

#41 Feb 14, 2015
jdj7659 wrote:
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Yeah but he acts like he just graduated kindergarten! Lot more big greats out there that can handle the pressure without claming up or throwing a fit when it doesn't go his way! And as for that race he sat out that was the right call if I would have done what he did to Ron Hornaday in that truck race it would have been attempted vehicular homicide what a joke that was tells you where his heads at i wouldn't race against him if he were to race at one of my tracks!
you must overlook Stewart crashing people in the sprint cup and not sitting out a race, and even if Jr never wins a cup title , he will be in the hall .. and if he wasn't Srs son he would be parking cars at the casino ..... you may not like Kyle , but he is a real talent ...

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