Kyle Busch Out Of NASCAR FireKeepers Casino 400 After Big Wreck

Busch's day at Michigan ended early

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August 7

Michigan International Speedway saw a huge multi-car wreck that involved Kyle Busch on Sunday.

The accident happened during Lap 24 on Turn 2. Busch, Austin Cindric, Aric Almirola, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. were ruled out for the remainder of the FireKeepers Casino 400. JJ Yeley, Harrison Burton, Michael McDowell, Todd Gilliland also were involved in the wreck but continued to compete.

You can watch the wreck below:

“I was just trying to bide my time and knew we weren’t going to necessarily need to be in a hurry there to get points for the end of that stage,” Busch said, per NASCAR Twitter video. “It was going to be a 40-lap run, and there was going to be plenty of time to get up there with our car. It was looking really good for the day, but obviously, not a good result. Just got squeezed with the No. 10 spinning and myself in the fence. Don’t get it man, just can’t buy a break right now.”

When asked about his level of frustration, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver added, “One out of 10 — infinity.”

Busch’s luck on the track has not fared well after being disqualified at Pocono on July 24. In an off-the-track situation, Busch and his family also dealt with a traumatic experience after escaping a shooting incident at the Mall of America on Thursday.

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