Kurt Busch had the best 10-lap consecutive average speed in the final practice for the Sprint All-Star race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Saturday night’s NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway will mark the 12th appearance in the annual classic for Furniture Row Racing driver Kurt Busch.
Kurt Busch won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 64th Annual Bojangles' Southern 500 with a lap of 27.032 seconds, 181.918 mph.
"The memory is vivid and the outcome is unfortunately the same," said Kurt Busch, 10 years after his historic loss to former NASCAR stalwart Ricky Craven at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway, site of Saturday night’s Southern 500.
Sprint Cup regular (No. 78) Kurt Busch led the most laps of the Nationwide Series Aaron’s 312 at Talladega Superspeedway earning the 3M Lap Leader award.
Kurt Busch has four top-three finishes at Talladega and six top-threes at Daytona, including four runner-up results in the Daytona 500.
Kurt Busch led the first practice for the Sprint Cup NRA 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Coming off a pair of impressive top-five finishes, Kurt Busch is in position to snap an eight-year jinx in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race – the STP Gas Booster 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
Kurt Busch's fourth-place Bristol finish vaulted him from 29th to 16th in the driver point standings, a pick-up of 13 positions.
Kurt Busch had the best 10-lap consecutive average speed in the first practice for the Sprint Cup Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Furniture Row Racing driver Kurt Busch is banking on a "Lucky 13" start to beat the odds and fulfill a career dream of claiming his first Sprint Cup victory in his hometown of Las Vegas.
After starting at the rear of the 43-car field due to changing to a backup car after Friday’s qualifying accident, Kurt Busch was a driver on the move when the green flag dropped for Sunday’s Subway Fresh Fit 500 Sprint Cup race.
After a solid first qualifying lap at the Phoenix 1-mile oval Friday, Kurt Busch's No. 78 Furniture Row/Beautyrest Chevrolet SS scraped the wall during the second lap.
After being based 11 days in Daytona Beach, Fla. for the season opening Daytona 500, Kurt Busch returns to his racing roots for a pair of Sprint Cup races in two of the most famous desert cities.