A Press conference is expected a 6:40 pm ET at Daytona International Speedway, but NASCAR has released a notice concerning Kurt Busch.
Minutes after a report broke saying that a Delaware Family Court states there was evidence that Kurt Busch "committed an act of domestic violence," NASCAR has reportedly suspended the driver indefinitely.
Kurt Busch has been crash prone in his recent Sprint Unlimited starts. He has failed to finish four of the last five races.
Kurt Busch posted the fastest lap in the first practice session for the Sprint Unlimited. In traffic, he recorded a lap of 200.749 mph and was the only driver to top the 200-mile mark.
If Kurt Busch decides to do "The Double" again in 2015, he has the blessing of teammate and Stewart-Haas Racing team co-owner Tony Stewart.
Congresswoman Jackie Speier from California has sent a letter to NASCAR chairman Brian France and executives at Stewart-Haas Racing calling for the suspension of Kurt Busch due to allegations of domestic abuse.
Kurt Busch had a solid run at Phoenix International Raceway in the Quicken Loans 500k and finished seventh after recording the fourth-best average running position of 5.125.
Kurt Busch qualified eighth for the Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500k at Phoenix International Raceway, but his on track efforts are only a secondary story. As the weekend unfolded, it was reported Busch is the center of a domestic abuse investigation in Dover, DE.
Kurt Busch spent most of the day among the top 10 at Texas Motor Speedway, recorded the seventh-best average running position (8.141), and finished eighth in the AAA Texas 500.
Kurt Busch’s name did not get called very often during the Geico 500—and as it turned out that was a good thing. He stayed out of trouble and finished seventh.
Kurt Busch (No. 41 State Water Heaters Chevrolet SS) leads the second practice for the Sprint Cup Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Kurt Busch set a new track record at Charlotte, but his top speed of 198.771 mph was posted in the second round of qualification. In the pole round, he was able to run only 194.328 mph and lines up 11th for the Bank of America 500.
After only four laps of practice for the Hollywood Casino 400, Kurt Busch spun off turn four of Kansas Speedway and landed in the frontstretch grass.
Kurt Busch spent much of the AAA 400 hovering just inside and outside of the Chase cutoff like he was playing a version of musical chairs. When the melody stopped, he was one lap off the pace in 18th and six points behind 12th. He failed to advance to the Contender round of the playoffs.