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Kyle Busch’s Punch At Ricky Stenhouse After All-Star Race Could Lead To Suspension

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The car of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. is towed away from the pit of Kyle Busch during the NASCAR All-Star auto race at North Wilkesboro Speedway in North Wilkesboro, N.C., Sunday, May 19, 2024. Stenhouse crashed after contact with Busch and stopped his damaged car at Busch’s team’s pit. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

(CTN News) – North Wilkesboro Speedway when Ricky Stenhouse Jr. pulled a perfect backhand on Kyle Busch, turning the race into a spectacle before the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte the following weekend.

Busch completely wrecked Stenhouse on the second lap of the $1 million event on Sunday night, seemingly as a form of retaliation for Stenhouse’s previous triumph over Busch.

At Busch’s pit stop, Stenhouse had his mangled Chevrolet pulled and placed. Unable to leave the track during the race, he sweated for hours in his street clothes while he waited for Kyle Busch to arrive in his transporter.

Following a short verbal interaction, Stenhouse punched the driver of the No. As a result, the driver hit the 8 Chevrolet on the right, causing a brief brawl that involved Stenhouse’s father and members of both drivers’ crews. Before the fight ended, there were more expletives shouted between the two parties; Stenhouse even promised to “wreck you at Charlotte.”

“Acquire it,” answered Kyle Busch.

“It’s implied that both drivers are not having a great season by saying, ‘I suck as bad as you’.”

Because of his inappropriate behavior, Stenhouse, the 2023 Daytona 500 winner, as well as his father and other crew members, might face disciplinary punishment. Furthermore, if NASCAR finds that Busch intentionally caused the crash, he may be disciplined.

When Stenhouse went inside Busch’s pit stall, climbed the pit stand ladder, and started talking to the crew, it was clear that he was furious. When Stenhouse pulled out of the pit road, his car needed to be towed.

“I parked it there assuming Kyle would do the same,” says Stenhouse.

Stenhouse later said in a Fox Sports interview that he plans to confront Kyle Busch following the race.

He completed the assignment later.

Dressed in a gray T-shirt and yellow shorts, Stenhouse waited for Busch on the infield before going straight up to him and hitting a single. Security intervened and grabbed Stenhouse aside, deflecting him backward onto a tire; Busch was also knocked to the ground. Stenhouse’s father, Ricky Sr., became involved in the argument and seems to have been hit by Kyle Busch at least once.

It was said that Stenhouse constantly pleaded with his father, but to little effect.

Busch says, “We’re wrecking each other on the first lap of the race, and we don’t even have water temperature in the car yet.” “I’m tired of being overlooked by everyone. However, people have an innate tendency to run into each other when trying to overtake one another.

Busch applauded, and Stenhouse told him to go back and watch the tape. I didn’t contact you at all. Not even once.

After the race, Stenhouse went after Busch again, blaming him of making fun of him ever since Stenhouse had crushed him at Daytona. “Busch is only unhappy because he can’t run as well as he used to,” Stenhouse explained.

Kyle Kyle Busch is currently thirteenth in the standings without a win this season.

The All-Star Race itself was uneventful after Kyle Larson’s plane arrived from Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Larson qualified fifth for his Indy 500 debut earlier in the day.

Joey Logano won $1 million by leading all but 100 laps after starting from pole position. Although different tire types are allowed at North Wilkesboro, this event provided more proof of NASCAR’s difficulties in figuring out the best short track design.

It was impossible for you to pass,” said second-place finisher Denny Hamlin. I would give my car a break and run at (Logano) again after I lost a little air there.” We applaud Goodyear, NASCAR, and the racetrack for their effort. We hope this has inspired us to write more quick songs.

“At least our battle was ultimately thrilling,” he said, beaming again. It deserves more discussion.

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Salman Ahmad is a seasoned writer for CTN News, bringing a wealth of experience and expertise to the platform. With a knack for concise yet impactful storytelling, he crafts articles that captivate readers and provide valuable insights. Ahmad's writing style strikes a balance between casual and professional, making complex topics accessible without compromising depth.

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