Not “throwing some fenders” at Nashville, says Kurt Busch, is a mistake

Kurt Busch

Kurt Busch felt he might have had more in 2nd spot at Nashville (Tenn.) Superspeedway, where he performed the best of the entire race.

Kurt Busch

The three Toyotas driven by Denny Hamlin, Martin Truex Jr., and Kyle Busch for Joe Gibbs Racing led the most of the twice-postponed NASCAR Cup race in Nashville on Sunday. They successfully led 250 of the 300 circuits.

The No. 45 23XI Racing Toyota driven by Kurt Busch didn’t demonstrate quite the same pace, and his ascent to the front was much more deliberate. However, a late-race caution created a pit approach chance, which Kurt’s fully seized.

Kurt followed current leader Chase Elliott and eight other drivers in staying on the track as others, including Hamlin, Truex, and Kyle Busch, chose to pit for new tyres.

The final restart

Kurt Busch and Elliott were scheduled to compete for the victory when the race restarted with 4 laps remaining. Elliott held on for his second series victory of the 2022 campaign after receiving a strong push from Ryan Blaney to assist clear Busch on the resumption.

“We were going to stay out no matter what and I needed to start throwing fenders to move people around,” Busch said. “I didn’t get after it and I made too many mistakes and didn’t stick with our strength. I’m not going to say what our strength was, but we did a lot of things good.

“We didn’t have one exceptional item. We’re second with our Toyota Camry. I want to do it over, but you don’t get those at this elite level and Chase got the job done.”

Bubba Wallace, the driver of Kurt Busch at 23XI Racing, also seemed to have a car that might triumph, but he was hindered by problems, such as a loose wheel during pit stop, which dropped him back in the pack.

Busch, on the other hand, was the one who discovered himself with a shot late in the race with a chance to cash in on his second victory of the year.

“I want to thank all my guys at 23XI; we have a great group of guys and girls,” Busch said. “The way that we’re running, a second is cool, but we’re here for wins with the playoff situation.

“This Camry and all the TRD Camrys were awesome. I just hate it when we don’t get into Victory Lane and I was right there.”

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