Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch were the only two drivers who spent the entire 2016 season.
Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today that owner-driver Kyle Busch will compete in five NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events in 2017.
Kyle Busch scored the third-best average finish last year, with an 11.47 that tied the same mark buy Brad Keselowski.
Kyle Busch had a shot at winning the championship on a late-race restart. He lined up third on the next to last restart, but got shuffled back in the pack and ultimately finished sixth.
Kyle Busch posted a lap of 175.959 mph in the final round of qualification for the Ford EcoBoost 400, which makes him the highest-qualified among the Chase contenders.
If Kyle Busch is able to defend his 2015 Ford EcoBoost 400 victory, he will also defend his championship.
Kyle Busch finished second in the Can-Am 500 at Phoenix International Raceway and earned enough points to advance to Homestead-Miami Speedway as one of the Chase contenders.
Sprint Cup regular Kyle Busch, driving the No. 18 NOS Energy Drink Toyota, won the Ticket Galaxy 200, his 86th victory in 328 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races.
Kyle Busch posted the fastest single lap in final practice for the Can-Am 500k at Phoenix International Raceway with a speed of 136.358 mph.
Kyle Busch failed to post a fast enough time to advance into the final round of qualification for the Can-Am 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Sprint Cup regular Kyle Busch, driving the No. 18 NOS Energy Drink Toyota, led the first practice session for the XFINITY Series Ticket Galaxy 200 at Phoenix Int’l Raceway in Avondale, AZ.
Kyle Busch enters the weekend with back-to-back fourth-place finishes, but those are two of only three Phoenix International Raceway top-fives since the start of 2013.
Kyle Busch hit the turn four wall 20 minutes into Friday’s practice session for the AAA Texas 500.
Kyle Busch has scored six top-fives in his last seven Texas Motor Speedway starts.