NASCAR will hit the 1.5 mile Texas Motor Speedway Oval for the annual All-Star race, where the champion drivers, along with a few qualified drivers, go head-to-head in the million-dollar run without a point. Multiple Winner Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick, and Co. will be the drivers to watch out for Texasand the newfound pace displayed by Toyota Cars, especially at 1.5 miles, means a return to the top for the manufacturer.
Kurt Busch will hit the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday in his No.: 45 23X1 Racing Toyota Camry hopes to be able to continue its triumphal march Kansas ride the swing. The veteran is hoping for a second win of the season and the race will also be an important opportunity for the 23X1 Racing teams to get their pit crew and pit stops back on track as points are at stake in this race.
Now, Kurt Busch has offered his take on how the Kansas winning momentum is boosting the No. 45 team’s confidence and how excited they are to continue the momentum.
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Find out what Kurt Busch said
Kurt Busch acknowledged that his hauler is like a football locker room or collage football locker room that’s all about morale, trash talk and the fan after their win in the Kansas Cup race, the first of No:45, 23X1 Racing Car, go. He went on to say that he can sense a different swagger than what he thinks the team should have after a win.
“The trucker who’s here now with all his crew members and the pit crew guys think it was kind of straight up like a football locker room or a college football locker room, only with the morals, the trash talk, the Fun and excitement like there’s another Swagger. You have to have that after a win.” said Kurt Busch.
Kurt Busch added that in order to go all out for the million dollars, they need to break down the Kansas win into what they can do on track in the All-Star race. He added that since there is no point to be won on Sunday, everyone is hopping around and preparing to go for the win, after all who doesn’t like money.
“And then you have to split it up what we can do on the track today with the cool procedures for the All-Star and then we go for the million bucks. I mean who doesn’t love money? And we don’t have to worry about points tomorrow. And everyone’s jumping around like, let’s follow this up‘ added Kurt Bush.
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