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Did anyone catch the end? Kyle Busch received some rear damage, so he went to the inside wall to tap it and bend the sheet metal away from his rear tire. He crossed the commitment line for pit road and was assessed a penalty. That made him mad, so when he got out of his truck at the end of the race, he took off his helmet and collar, threw them onto the back of his truck, and RAN off the track.

There is video on NASCAR's HSOforum. Pretty funny.

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Did anyone catch the end? Kyle Busch received some rear damage, so he went to the inside wall to tap it and bend the sheet metal away from his rear tire. He crossed the commitment line for pit road and was assessed a penalty. That made him mad, so when he got out of his truck at the end of the race, he took off his helmet and collar, threw them onto the back of his truck, and RAN off the track.

There is video on NASCAR's HSOforum. Pretty funny.

OMG NO WAY, he ran off!

NASCAR should fine him $2000000000.36.

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when tony stewart did stuff like that it was "tony being tony" when kyle busch does it, its "immaturity".

He probably ran back because monday race screwed up his week's schedual and he has stuff to do to get ready for the next races. He doesnt have the time to whoop it up all night in whiskey river when hes running in all 3 series and he's concerned about being a successful racer.

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I think it was smart of him to try to bend the metal in so it would stop the tire rub. The thing I don't get is they said they saw the cords on his tire so would'nt he have to come in anyway?

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