Kyle Busch is an America-based professional stock car racing driver and also the owner of his racing team as well. As of 2021, he is competing in the NASCAR Cup Series while driving the number 18 Toyota Camry. He is also competing part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series while driving number 54 Toyota Supra for JGR and runs part-time for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Busch was born on 2nd May 1985 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He had his first driving lesson at the age of six when he drove the car in the neighborhood of Las Vega’s family. Busch used to work in the family garage with his father and an elder brother named Kurt. In 2002, he attained his graduation degree a year early with honors in Durango High School in Las Vegas to focus on his driving career. The same year, he made his debut with ARCA RE/MAX Series and finished the game while being 12th in the number 22 of Chevrolet for WP Motorsports.
Kyle Busch Career
Busch entered the 2003 season while being the development driver for Hendrick Motorsports. He scored his first career win while being at Nashville Superspeedway in April. Busch began his 2004 season while competing for ARCA Re/MAX Series 200-mile race. Later, he won the event by defeating Frank Kimmel for the win. With no 5 Chevrolet, he replaced Brian Vickers and turned full-time driver in 2004 where he participated in the Busch Series season. In October 2004, it was made public that Busch would be competing for full-time in the Nextel Cup Series while replacing Terry Labonte in number 5 Chevrolet. Thereafter, Busch won his first career race of Sprint Cup at California Speedway in September while winning Sony HD 500.
He became one of the youngest people to win the title in history while being at the age of twenty years, four months, and two days. In 2009, Busch became the first driver to win two national touring series in the history of NASCAR on the same day. he won the track of Truck Series San Bernardino County 200 and Nationwide Series Stater Brothers 300. In 2015, Kyle was involved in a multiple-car accident that was happened during the Xfinity Series race. That time, Busch was helped to take out of his car with the help of medical assistance. He laid on the ground before being placed on the stretcher.
Rise to Prominence
With the medical assistance, he was later transported to Halifax Medical Center for further evaluation. After a massive diagnosis, it was found that Kyle was having a compound fracture in his right leg, a small fracture in his left foot, and has sprained his left finger. Kyle Busch started the season with his win at Busch Clash. While participating in the race at Daytona 500 2021, he finished the race while being 14th. He was involved in the fiery last-lap crash that further took out multiple cars where Kyle was also hit by Austin Cindric.
Kyle Busch Biography
|Real Name||Kyle Thomas Busch|
|Birth Date||2 May 1985|
|Age (as of 2021)||36 Years|
|Birth Place||Las Vegas, Nevada, United States|
|Profession||Race Car Driver|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 1” – in Centimeters – 185 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 73 kg – in Pounds – 161 lbs|
|Chest Size||Not Known|
|Waist Size||Not Known|
|Biceps Size||Not Known|
|Shoe Size||12 (U.S.)|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
|Is he a Gay?||No|
|Children||Brexton Locke Busch|
Kyle Busch married Samantha Sarcinella on 31st December 2010. The couple got married in Chicago that was further featured on Style Network. They together have a son named Brexton Locke Busch who was born on 18th May 2015. On 30th November 2018, Busch’s wife announced that she had suffered a miscarriage due to which the couple loses their daughter.
Kyle Busch Net Worth
Kyle Busch is one of the top-rated American stock car racing drivers who has also owned a team and possesses a net worth of around $80 million. Whatever he earns comes from his racing career and the ownership of his team.
- Kyle runs numerous trucks in the truck series.
- He is one of the powerful champions who have won NASCAR 2009 Nationwide Series championship, 2015, and 2019 Cup Series Championship.
- He is the younger brother of Kurt Busch who has been the champion of NASCAR Nextel Cup Series 2004.
- Kyle ranks among the five only drivers who have won the title of both Cup Series and Xfinity Series.
- In 2005, he became 14th of the total 36 drivers who further has won the race in each of NASCAR’s three national series.