Kyle Busch on his style and possible change next season



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Kyle Busch on his style and possible change next season

Kyle Busch is one of the most famous drivers on the NASCAR scene. Busch is a man who marked an era of NASCAR and showed his talent many times. It will be interesting to follow him in Richard Childress Racing, which is his new team.

By all accounts, his style will remain the same. Busch wants to remain equally aggressive, motivated and wants to dominate the next season. “It depends. It’s a matter of who makes you mad. It’s just a product of circumstances and what all goes down.

Our sport needs some entertainment. It needs some excitement whether it’s on the track or a little bit off the track. If I’m that guy — I’ve been that guy for a little bit. This hat’s black for a reason.

We’ll keep rolling,” Kyle Busch said.

M&M SPONSORSHIP

His sponsorship with M&Ms was an important factor in the veteran's career. We will see if Kyle will be equally free now. “I feel like having the freedom of being able to act or react to certain situations the way that I could through the support of M&Ms allowed me to be as successful as I was on Sunday,” Kyle Busch said.

Busch is ready to change certain things in order to adapt to what is expected of him. “Thousand percent. So will that have to change? Most likely. How much? 10%, 15%, I don’t know. Maybe it’s 18% that you have to change.

I don’t know what that is or what that looks like so obviously that’s still to be determined,” Busch added. Kyle Busch This will be the last season for Kevin Harvick. Busch had only words of praise for him and his career.

"He’s been around for a long time. And he’s about that age, you know. 45 years old. That’s kind of the age I’ve looked at, so it’s good for him, though,”.- Kyle Busch said. “He’s had a remarkable career.

He’s won a championship, tons of races, all the big ones. Plenty to hang his hat on, I guess you’d say. I’m excited for him to finish out his last year this year and hopefully, he can go out there and win a couple but we’ll still beat him for the championship,” Busch added.