All of these retirement announcements have made Kyle Busch apparently second-guess the longevity of his career…
Kyle Busch is one of the most well-known NASCAR drivers in today’s league. He’s had a great amount of success, and we thought he didn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
Although that might be true for the Cup series, Kyle Busch has announced his retirement plans for the Xfinity series. Recently, he told a reporter that he would retire from the Xfinity series once he got 100 Xfinity wins.
Saturday’s Overton’s 200 win counted as the 89th Xfinity win for Busch. Which makes him the winningest driver in the series.
After the race is when Busch shared that he would retire form Xfinity once he got 100 wins.
“I thought today was 90, but I just got 88 last week [at Kentucky], so I don’t know why I forget that, but hopefully next week [Indianapolis] is 90 and we can continue this on. When I get to 100 Xfinity wins, I’m done. Retirement is fast approaching; looking forward to that.”
Retirement is fast approaching? Could he be implying that for his Cup Series racing as well?
Think about it… This season has gone anything but successfully for Busch and his team. He’s already a championship winner.. that’s the highest achievement in the sport. Does he have the drive to try and break records?