Kurt Busch didn't consult brother on ...

Kurt Busch didn't consult brother on hiring of Steve Addington

There are 10 comments on the www.scenedaily.com story from Jan 17, 2010, titled Kurt Busch didn't consult brother on hiring of Steve Addington. In it, www.scenedaily.com reports that:

Penske Racing's Kurt Busch will have Steve Addington, who was previously crew chief for younger brother Kyle, as his crew chief in 2010.

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Since: May 09

Phoenix, Arizona

#1 Jan 17, 2010
Kurt knows more then he's telling. I would like to know the excuse Kyle gave for cutting Addington. I'm a KB supporter but I don't understand that call.
MISSU3

Fort Worth, TX

#2 Jan 17, 2010
I'm sure Gibbs had the final say, but what if Addington was the one that asked for a change? I thought he was great with Kyle. He seemed to know when Kyle needed to vent and was able to reel him back in to get the job done.
Rick

Houston, TX

#3 Jan 17, 2010
Steve Addington quit LMAO@Kyle Busch.
cdcd

Cumberland, WI

#4 Jan 17, 2010
kyle busch has a bad attuide and until he grows up and change that attude no one will be a ble to work with him. he pouts to much.
Big Tipper

Bulan, KY

#5 Jan 17, 2010
The Busch brothers are both A**holes. Let Jimmy Spencer give them some both some lessons.
John

Muskogee, OK

#6 Jan 18, 2010
Big Tipper wrote:
The Busch brothers are both A**holes. Let Jimmy Spencer give them some both some lessons.
Shut up. Kyle Busch is the best driver on the track. <<Bow>>>
Big Tipper

London, KY

#7 Jan 19, 2010
John wrote:
<quoted text>Shut up. Kyle Busch is the best driver on the track. <<Bow>>>
Yep, when he takes that silly little bow he is looking to see if he has wet his little panties.
jane

Brisbane, Australia

#8 Apr 24, 2011
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#9 Apr 24, 2011
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