Kyle Busch Throws Serious Shade At Goodyear Tires After Daytona 500 Crash


It’s safe to assume Kyle Busch isn’t a fan of Goodyear.

Busch was involved in a crash during Lap 105 of Sunday’s Daytona 500 after a tire on his No. 18 gave out, prompting both his exit from the race, as well as the beginning of his trash talking. This time, though, Busch’s ire wasn’t directed at other drivers, but rather the manufacturer of his vehicle’s tires.

The crash included Busch, who won the race’s first stage, as well as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Matt Kenseth and Erik Jones.

Interestingly enough, Goodyear’s contract with NASCAR as an exclusive car provider expires at the end of 2017. Judging by Busch’s comments after Sunday’s wreck, it’s not hard to guess how he feels about a potential contract renewal.

Thumbnail photo via Mike DiNovo/USA TODAY Sports Images

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