Childress-Busch Dispute, Checked by NASCAR

Childress-Busch DisputeNASCAR is looking into information that Kyle Busch (FSY) and 65-year-old car proprietor Richard Childress were concerned in an argument Saturday after the Trucks Series contest at Kansas Speedway.

Kyle Busch is presently on try-out through June 15 for a post-race, pit-road argument with Kevin Harvick at Darlington.

Busch ended sixth, a mark following Richard Childress Racing driver Joey Coulter after the two had a forceful delayed fight for place. Busch herd up beside Coulter’s truck pursuing the race. When inquired what occurred between the two, Coulter gagged that according to the spotters, Busch was just applauding him.

Busch is on try-out through June 15 pursuing a post-race, pit-road argument with RCR driver Kevin Harvick (FSY) at Darlington. Busch was alluded to for slapdash and irresponsible driving on May 24 in North Carolina, and pacing after driving 128 mph in a 45 mph zone.

Bill Janitz, an orator for Busch, informed the Associated Press in an e-mail that “there won’t be any comment tonight.” A phone communication left for Richard Childress Racing looking for remark was not right away revisited.

RCR driver Clint Bowyer (FSY) succeeds the Trucks occasion to break Busch’s three-race charming line.

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