Kyle Busch and his partnership with Joe Gibbs Racing will end after 15 years. Richard Childress Racing will be a new adventure.. Denny Hamlin explained why Busch didn't get a seat in TRD “No one hates Kyle on the race track.
No one is like, ‘He’s a dirty driver.’ Everyone loves Kyle and what he brings to our sport on the race track. It’s just off the race track that has been challenging for Kyle,”. Kyle Busch seems to have a demeanor that doesn't sit well with many.
“I think that, honestly, this is why he’s probably making another team move. The relationship with Hendrick and then with Gibbs didn’t end because of his on-track performance. It really started to take its toll off the race track, I think, for the race teams.
It was tough,”.
Kyle Busch: It would be nice not to go through this again
Kyle Busch is not happy about JGR and its promises. “It would be nice not to go through this again. This suck…Not from all the words we were given for years of ‘You’re our guy,’ ‘You’re our franchise,’ ‘You’re going to retire here,’ all that sort of stuff.
So those were a lot of — what do you call it — false promises. That’s the scary piece,” Kyle Busch said. Busch is disappointed with the whole situation and believes that things could have been much better.
However, the joint cooperation had to end at one point. “Something is so disappointing to me and so hurtful about this whole situation with JGR is they were like family. For 15 years, Joe had my back. In the stupidest of moments, Kyle Busch was like he was there for me.
And it’s gone. Like it just flipped. And gone. And it’s like nothing I’ve ever been a part of,” Kyle Busch added.