Kyle Busch draws fire for massive wreck

Kyle Busch draws fire for massive wreck

There are 4 comments on the www.crash.net story from Jun 30, 2009, titled Kyle Busch draws fire for massive wreck. In it, www.crash.net reports that:

Kyle Busch took the brunt of the criticism for a massive pileup in turn one that knocked out a handful of contenders in Sunday's Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

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kb3hmq

White Lake, MI

#1 Jul 1, 2009
I have stopped watchinig Nascar! Earnhart Sr. was my man when it came to racing. Jr. will never replace him, but he did show potential. He won the championship in the Busch series and he was always a contender and won races while senior was alive. When senior died so did any chance for Jr. to be competive. How long do you think Hendrix will keep Jr. in the line up?

“Jr. Fan For Life”

Since: Feb 09

D-burg

#2 Jul 2, 2009
kb3hmq wrote:
I have stopped watchinig Nascar! Earnhart Sr. was my man when it came to racing. Jr. will never replace him, but he did show potential. He won the championship in the Busch series and he was always a contender and won races while senior was alive. When senior died so did any chance for Jr. to be competive. How long do you think Hendrix will keep Jr. in the line up?
I dont think anyone will ever replace Sr. and nobody is expecting to Jr. too. Jr. still has potential to win races. His potential didn't die when Sr. did. If you have stopped watching NASCAR, then why do you choose to comment on it?

“IN GOD WE TRUST”

Since: Jun 07

Raleigh

#3 Jul 2, 2009
I'm hearing more and more rumors of Jr. being spun off to J R Motorsports as the driver for a new cup team. This seems a very likely scenario to me in order to bring Brad and any other new drivers that Hendrick has interest in up to the cup level. If J R Motorsports is expanded to the cup level a major name like Jr. will be needed to interest sponsors. With Jr. shown as the owner, the actual stable of "Hendrick based cars" could climb to twelve including the Stewart-Haas operation. Regardless of how Jr. is running, the overall Hendrick operation is kicking butt right now.
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Katy, TX

#4 Jul 2, 2009
Not sure why Kyle would be blamed for the pile-up, when it was Junior who wasn't on his game and caused the back-up on the restart. But, of course, we can't blame Junior, everybody knows what a fantastic driver he is with all those trophies on his shelf.

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