Kurt Busch had a battery fail with about 70 laps remaining in the Kobalt 400. He was forced into the pits for repairs, lost four laps in the process, and ended his day 30th.
Kurt Busch earned his eighth consecutive top-15 at Atlanta Motor Speedway when he crossed under the checkers seventh.
Kurt Busch was the fastest driver who failed to advance to the final round of qualification. His lap of 186.968 mph put him 13th on the grid.
Kurt Busch inherited the lead when first Chase Elliott and then Kyle Larson stumbled on fuel in the final laps to win the Daytona 500. He led only that one lap.
Kurt Busch finished third in his Can-Am Duel at Daytona and will line up eighth in the Daytona 500.
Kurt Busch was the first driver to retire from the Advance Auto Parts Clash Sunday after contact from Jimmie Johnson.
Kurt Busch should be considered a solid option on restrictor-plate, superspeedways with four top-10s in his last six starts.
Kurt Busch will have at least five new crew members in 2014: Scott Barnette, JD Frey, Todd Hamm, Matthew Kennedy, and Tony Raines
Kurt Busch has been at his best during the past three years at Watkins Glen International, where he has an average finish of 6.3.
Kyle Busch has recorded a top-10 in 58 percent of his starts to account for 56 such results in 97 races. He missed part of the 2015 season to injury.
Kurt Busch has scored 53 top-10s in the past three years, which puts him eighth on the leaderboard behind his brother Kyle Busch (with 56).
With an average finish of 12.03, Kurt Busch had the sixth-best mark among all fulltime contenders in 2016.
Kurt Busch finished fifth in the Can-Am 500 to earn his fifth consecutive result of seventh or better.
Kurt Busch enters the Can-Am 500 with a four-race top-10 streak at Phoenix International Raceway.