RICHMOND, Va. — Much has been made about Kyle Busch and other Cup drivers racing in NASCAR’s lower series.
While Busch defends running those races, NASCAR is cutting back on how many such events he and other Cup drivers can run. This year, the total is 10 Xfinity races. Next year, he’ll only be allowed seven.
But for some fans who don’t like Busch or any other Cup driver running in any Xfinity or Camping World Truck race, one is too many.
So, Busch had a message for such fans Saturday on Twitter. He retweeted a video of Corey LaJoie competing in a race with children rolling a tire. LaJoie easily won, leading Busch to tweet:
The top Xfinity regular was Daniel Hemric, who finished fourth.
Keselowski’s win marked the fourth time in the last six Xfinity races that a Cup driver has won.