Kurt Busch to miss final 2 races of NASCAR’s regular season
Kurt Busch said Thursday he'll miss the last two races of NASCAR's customary season
he'll miss Sunday's race out and about course at Watkins Glen International and afterward the Aug. 27 ordinary season finale at Daytona International Speedway.
Busch crashed July 23rd during qualifying at Pocono and has not driven the No. 45 Toyota since.
"However much I need to be back in the vehicle, the time is as yet not right," Busch said on Twitter.
Ty Gibbs will keep on driving for Busch.
The 19-year-old grandson of Joe Gibbs has been cutthroat in the send off of his Cup profession as Busch's substitution.
He was sixteenth at Pocono, seventeenth at Indianapolis and tenth at Michigan before motor issues prompted a 36th-place finish last Sunday at Richmond Raceway.
Busch is one of 15 unique victors this season with two competitions to go to decide the last spot in the 16-driver season finisher field.
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