NASCAR's Kyle Busch busted for going 128 mph in this car [Exclusive]

May 24, 2011 Full story: Jalopnik 23

NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, who is currently third in the Sprint Cup standings, was charged with reckless driving this afternoon for driving 128 mph in a 45 mph zone in what's being described as a "yellow Lexus sports car." Ahem, Lexus LFA .

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Terry

Milwaukee, WI

#21 Jun 4, 2011
I love Tony Stewart wrote:
Just goes to show what a tool this "guy" really is. Who the hell does this with you're family in the car not to mention threatening the safety of innocent people? I really hope Nascar investigates this to it's full extent. What a loser. Not to mention he looks like a friggin' weasel.
His Weasel boy nickname has been bounced around at more than one race track I can tell you that.
Combat vet

AOL

#22 Jun 5, 2011
OK folks back to the 128 mph in a 45 mph zone. Busch gets a ticket and will have to appear in court. Because Busch is a resident of the area and is a high profile celebirty, the presiding judge will impose a fine and give him probation. For the rest of us common folk, don't repeat what Kyle Busch got away with. You will be locked up on the spot and the cost of your attorney will be more than what most of us can afford. That's just the way it is with our justice system. The rich and powerful have the advantage. Young men in my tank company (at the ripe young age of 18) had more common sense and personal responsibility than Kyle Busch. Stating that Busch is just a youg kid at 26 is the poorest of excuses. He's the kind of guy who would have endangered my men and possibly got some of my guys killed in combat. He's totally irresponsible. No more m & m's for me.
Hilton Head

Satellite Beach, FL

#23 Jun 5, 2011
Combat vet wrote:
OK folks back to the 128 mph in a 45 mph zone. Busch gets a ticket and will have to appear in court. Because Busch is a resident of the area and is a high profile celebirty, the presiding judge will impose a fine and give him probation. For the rest of us common folk, don't repeat what Kyle Busch got away with. You will be locked up on the spot and the cost of your attorney will be more than what most of us can afford. That's just the way it is with our justice system. The rich and powerful have the advantage. Young men in my tank company (at the ripe young age of 18) had more common sense and personal responsibility than Kyle Busch. Stating that Busch is just a youg kid at 26 is the poorest of excuses. He's the kind of guy who would have endangered my men and possibly got some of my guys killed in combat. He's totally irresponsible. No more m & m's for me.
Thank you for keeping my family safe, some of these drivers wouldn't make it through basic let alone make it to the field.

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