Kyle Busch coming of age

Kyle Busch coming of age

There are 1572 comments on the The Jackson Sun story from May 3, 2008, titled Kyle Busch coming of age. In it, The Jackson Sun reports that:

Kyle Busch celebrated his 23rd birthday Friday in a race car, the one place NASCAR's hottest driver truly loves to be.

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Old Bars Man

United States

#2025 May 25, 2008
Lisa wrote:
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I really disagree with this, we don't know what went down between the two of them. Jr does NOT whine or pitch a fit when things don't go his way. he is not perfect, Nor do I think he is. I did like it when he put the bumper to Denny last night, because unlike Jr, Kyle and Denny are uncouth and have no respect for other drivers. You have your opinion, I have mine. I stand by the fact Jr HAS won for Hendrick this year. he will win a points race before the year is over as well.
Lisa, you do not call what Jr. said over the radio which was picked up on TV, when Jr. told his crew chief, "This thing will not turn and I don't want to drive it any more."? Lisa, Jr. has been known for the past several years as a quitter when the car is not right, this was even said by a former crew chief, the one who was Michael Walthrip's before the change between the #8 and the #15 the last year Michael was at DEI. Jr. could become a driver who is a force to win, once again, however, things at Hendrick and his own attitude will need improvement. One thing for CERTAIN, to this point JGR got the best of last year's driver's musical chairs. I honestly believe that Hendrick Motor Sports was so caught up in the chase with two cars running first and second that they did not take the time to test for this year and they are a step behind in preformance in reference to the past couple of years. Jr. might have his best chance for a win tonight as the one possible weak point I see in the JGR Toyotas could be in running that extra 100 miles.
DONA

Monterey, TN

#2027 May 26, 2008
Old Bars Man wrote:
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Lisa, you do not call what Jr. said over the radio which was picked up on TV, when Jr. told his crew chief, "This thing will not turn and I don't want to drive it any more."? Lisa, Jr. has been known for the past several years as a quitter when the car is not right, this was even said by a former crew chief, the one who was Michael Walthrip's before the change between the #8 and the #15 the last year Michael was at DEI. Jr. could become a driver who is a force to win, once again, however, things at Hendrick and his own attitude will need improvement. One thing for CERTAIN, to this point JGR got the best of last year's driver's musical chairs. I honestly believe that Hendrick Motor Sports was so caught up in the chase with two cars running first and second that they did not take the time to test for this year and they are a step behind in preformance in reference to the past couple of years. Jr. might have his best chance for a win tonight as the one possible weak point I see in the JGR Toyotas could be in running that extra 100 miles.
I agree w/ you on just about all aspects. But I will add that Jr. has trouble communicating with Tony Jr. and his crew. That is a big peeve w/in his circle. He is not great on expressing his views or opinions. He needs to work on his communications more and explaining what he needs or what the car needs. He just is not a "talker" and does not know how to be vocal in that.
DaleJrsQueen

Pensacola, FL

#2031 Jun 10, 2008
Dale Seniors Ghost wrote:
I found my helmet and my head was still in it. I also found a doctor, Dr. Frankenstein, to reattach it. I'll be back on the track in weeks.
You're sick
Carolyn

Erie, PA

#2032 Jun 10, 2008
Dale Seniors Ghost wrote:
I found my helmet and my head was still in it. I also found a doctor, Dr. Frankenstein, to reattach it. I'll be back on the track in weeks.
You are a real POS.
buttercup

Havre De Grace, MD

#2033 Jun 10, 2008
I think Kyle is aggressive, yet dangerous. I think he is a little cocky. He needs a come to Jesus meeting lol. A attitude adjustment for how he is about other people. Thats just people though. Maybe one day he'll grow up. Best of luck with that Kyle.
Pervert

Marietta, GA

#2035 Jun 10, 2008
Dale Seniors Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>Why does it matter how big his ding ding is?
Odd you have penis on the brain.
Pervert

Marietta, GA

#2036 Jun 10, 2008
Carolyn wrote:
<quoted text>You are a real POS.
That has been confirmed.

Since: Mar 08

AOL

#2037 Jun 10, 2008
Debi Does wrote:
<quoted text>Tony gets manhandled a lot.. he is involved in racing incidents a lot...that is what happens when you don't just ride and play it safe..waiting to be told by your crew chief that it is tine to go,,so, I do have to handle undeserved finishes for my driver and in fact, I am one who calls for each lap leader to get a point for each lap led so that those laps matter as much as that last lap. Those who race the entire time, deserved to be rewarded for it.

Should I do you again?

Carolyn wrote:
<quoted text>You are a real POS.
That has been confirmed.

these are very funny!!!
Dont think so

Marietta, GA

#2038 Jun 10, 2008
mjissmokesmojo wrote:
Debi Does wrote:
<quoted text>Tony gets manhandled a lot.. he is involved in racing incidents a lot...that is what happens when you don't just ride and play it safe..waiting to be told by your crew chief that it is tine to go,,so, I do have to handle undeserved finishes for my driver and in fact, I am one who calls for each lap leader to get a point for each lap led so that those laps matter as much as that last lap. Those who race the entire time, deserved to be rewarded for it.
Should I do you again?
Carolyn wrote:
<quoted text>You are a real POS.
That has been confirmed.
these are very funny!!!
You have nothing to do.

Since: Mar 08

Topix Bar & Grill

#2039 Jun 11, 2008
Dale Seniors Ghost wrote:
<quoted text>Why does it matter how big his ding ding is?
Sure it does. A woman (well or man) want to know if they are getting a ding ding or a ding dong.

“AKA Liza”

Since: Mar 08

Santa Barbara

#2041 Jun 15, 2008
I'd much rather have penis in my mouth, as "Long" as it is my Husbands, but that is beside the point. If Kyle is coming of age that age is about 12-
Bluedevil

Durham, NC

#2042 Jun 16, 2008
He could be a great driver but doesn't have the cerebral capabilities to pull it off...As bad as this sounds and I would never wish this on anyone but he will end up getting hurt or worse by his own stupid driving ...

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